TEACH Course Clinics
Course Clinics are open spaces where all Stanford community members are welcome to bring any questions or discussion topics. Clinics are staffed from across the university, usually with an emphasis on pedagogy and instructional technology expertise. Course clinics are sometimes standalone, but most often occur as a part of a Symposium. Feel free to join and leave at any point.
Upcoming Course Clinics (Sept. 19 and Sept. 23)
All Stanford community members are welcome. Drop into the sessions freely.
Monday, September 19 (in-person)
Held in person from 2:15–4:15 PT in Wallenberg 317. Register to RSVP.
Friday, September 3 (online)
Held online from 10:00–12:00 PT via Zoom. Register for the Zoom link.
Register to attend
Once registered, you will receive a calendar invite with Zoom links for each registered session along with an overall summary of your registered sessions.
Course Clinic experts
The upcoming Autumn 2022 Course Clinic sessions will include experts from Digital Education, the Center for Teaching and Learning, Office of Accessible Education, Stanford Introductory Studies, Canvas Support, Evaluation and Research, Office of Community Standards, and the HumBio Dept. Their expertise includes video production, pedagogic strategies, academic technology, accessible education, student policies, evaluation, course design, Canvas, and more. All topics and questions are welcome.
Questions? Problems? Requests? Email us at TeachingCommons@stanford.edu.