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Register for the Fall 2023 TEACH Symposium

Register now for the Fall 2023 TEACH Symposium happening on Tuesday, September 19, 11 AM—4 PM and Friday, September 29, 9 AM—1:00 PM. Join your peers for practical, actionable, just-in-time teaching and learning ideas that can be incorporated into autumn courses.

Details and registration
Jake Warga, managing editor of the Stanford Storytelling Project, teaching a workshop on audio documentaries.

Teaching Guides

Each teaching guide is a curated collection of content from across the Teaching Commons focusing on a key concept or strategy. Links to more in-depth information are included on each page. We hope that these guides serve as pathways to help you explore the Teaching Commons.

Teaching Guides

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Artificial Intelligence Teaching Guide

A series of instructional web pages for instructors and teaching teams about using AI tools for teaching and learning.

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Disruption Preparedness Guide

A guide to making your course and teaching practice resilient to potential disruptions and emergencies.

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Inclusive Teaching Guide

A guide focusing on inclusion, equity, diversity, accessibility, well-being, and community.

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Remote Teaching Guide

A guide to strategies for fully online and remote teaching.