Teaching Resources

Logistical Resources

  • DoIT(Division of Information Technology)
    Phone: 608-264-4357 (HELP)
    Email: help@doit.wisc.edu
    Computer Science, 1210 W. Dayton St.
    Memorial Union, 800 Langdon St.
    Health Sciences Learning Center, 750 Highland Ave.DoIT implements most of the computing resources on campus. It also provides services (some for a fee) to students with computing issues and operates a store.

Student Learning Resources

  • Writing Center
    Phone: 608-263-1992
    Email: wcenter@writing.wisc.edu
    Main Location: 6171 Helen C. White Hall
    The Writing Center strives to help undergraduate and graduate students improve their writing through one-on-one assistance and workshops.

Student Life Resources

  • Vets for Vets
    Phone: 608-263-3456
    Email: Vets@rso.wisc.edu
    Location: Student Activity Center, 333 E. Campus Mall, #3136
    Vets for Vets is the UW-Madison chapter of the Student Veterans of America, a nationwide coalition of university student veteran organizations.

Teaching Improvement Resources

  • Delta Program
    The Delta Program is part of the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning, a nationwide network of universities dedicated to the improvement of teaching in STEM disciplines. It conducts courses, programs, and events to advance effective teaching practices in the natural and social sciences, engineering, and mathematics.
  • Engage
    The Engage program seeks to improve teaching by fostering the effective use of technology in the classroom.
  • Teaching and Learning Excellence
    This webpage, sponsored by the UW-Madison Teaching Academy, Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning, and DoIT Academic Technology, is a clearinghouse for information about teaching and learning solutions, resources, policies, events, and initiatives.
  • UW Teaching Academy
    The UW Teaching Academy is an organization composed of University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty and instructional staff dedicated to strengthening undergraduate, graduate, and outreach teaching and learning at UW-Madison. The organization maintains a page with links to various teaching resources: https://tle.wisc.edu/solutions
    WISCIENCE, the Wisconsin Institute for Science Education and Community Engagement, collaborates with educators at all levels to create solutions that help broaden participation in science and make science education and mentoring more effective for more people. WISCIENCE offers several programs and courses to support teaching and learning in science, including a Scientific Teaching Fellows program, Scientific Teaching for TAs course, and Research Mentor Training seminar.