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The Teaching Resource
Center (TRC) is a pan-University center for collegial community and
committed conversation about teaching at all levels and in all academic
disciplines. The TRC offers a number of services and resource materials
designed to enhance the teaching abilities and professional development of faculty and teaching assistants
at the University of Virginia. The TRC also administers several special
programs, recognizes the skills and accomplishments of faculty, and aides
in the development of courses.
Support the TRC today in building community, enhancing learning, fostering innovation.
Looking for help assessing student learning?
If you are interested in applying the principles of evidence-based assessment to the relationship between college teaching and pedagogy and student learning outcomes, visit the Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (CASTL-HE).
Throughout the 2013-14 academic year, the TRC will host a series of events which explores the idea of Face-to-Face Education in the Digital Age.
April 25, 2013 — UVaToday: Challenging Teachers Win Students' and Colleagues' Respect
The TRC offers a number of workshops and events throughout the year which are open and free to the University community. For the complete list of recent and upcoming events, click here.
2013 August Teaching Workshop
Faculty Sessions: August 19-21
Graduate Teaching Assistant Sessions: Thursday, August 22
Location: Nau & Gibson Hall
Positon Announcement: The Teaching Resource Center invites applications for an Assistant Director.
Want to learn more about instructional technologies available at UVa? Join ASCIT's Tech Forward Fridays for 30-minute workshops designed to help faculty integrate technology intro teaching and research.