Offices across the university offer resources to support our faculty.
Grading & Course Evaluations
- Anonymized grading: Follow these instructions to hide students’ names in Canvas SpeedGrader. You can also set anonymized grading at the course level.
- Submitting grades: Check deadlines and get instructions on submitting grades through MyAccess.
- Course evaluations: Access the BLUE course evaluation system and FAQ, managed by the Office of Assessment and Decision Support (OADS). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions about course evaluation or BLUE.
- MyAccess: Access MyAccess, trainings, how-to guides and documentation via the Office of the University Registrar (OUR). Visit the Student Registration page to register for a training that fits your schedule.
- Canvas: Access Canvas how-to videos and guides. For technical support, visit Canvas Help.
- BLUE (course evaluation): Access the BLUE course evaluation system and FAQ, managed by the Office of Assessment and Decision Support (OADS). Contact email@example.com with questions about course evaluation or BLUE.
- OUR Faculty Communications: Upcoming trainings, policies and other announcements for faculty.
- Trainings at Dahlgren Memorial Library (DML): Browse upcoming trainings and workshops.
- GUFaculty360 trainings: Learn how to update your GUFaculty360 profile.
Accessibility, Inclusion & Pedagogy
- BGE syllabus template: Open this template and go to File > Download to save a copy, or File > Make a copy to save it to your Google Drive.
- Inclusive Pedagogy toolkit: Review the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship’s (CNDLS) best practices to make your classes more effective for all students. Faculty are invited to register to attend CNDLS’ Teaching, Learning & Innovation Summer Institute (TLISI) on May 22-25 to explore strategies for excellence in teaching and learning.
- Equity Forward Faculty: Find inclusive pedagogy workshops and resources curated by the School of Medicine (GUSOM).
- Accessibility at Georgetown: A hub for accessibility policies, services and culture at the university.
- Accessibility support: Review academic accommodations and ADA-related resources and policies via the Academic Resource Center (ARC).
- GUMC teaching resources: Tools and opportunities via the GUMC Office of Faculty & Academic Affairs (OFAA).
- GUMC inclusive pedagogy: A guide to inclusive teaching in the biomedical classroom.
Health, Safety & Instructional Continuity
- Health and wellness resources: Find physical and mental health supports for yourself or students.
- Inclement weather: Sign up for notifications and review university procedures via the Office of Emergency Management (OEM).
- COVID-19: Find policies and resources related to the coronavirus.
- Find the university’s current mask policy.
- Vaccinations are required for students, faculty, staff and visitors. See vaccination policies, how to upload your vaccine documentation, and exceptions to the vaccination requirement.
- Review public health guidance for events and visitors.
- Instructional continuity: Review recommendations and tools for remote teaching, courtesy of the Georgetown University Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS).
Faculty Development & Other Resources
- GUMC faculty development: Find opportunities to engage with the Georgetown faculty community.
- Georgetown University faculty resources: For health and wellness, instructional technology and more.
- Institutional Diversity, Equity & Affirmative Action (IDEAA): Find workplace diversity resources.
- National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD): Browse workshops, webinars and tools available to you as a Georgetown University faculty member.
- Faculty Awards: Faculty may be nominated for a range of recognitions.
- Office of Faculty & Staff Benefits: Employee emergency fund, health benefits, retirement plans and more.
- Faculty Senate: Find your representatives and view proposals before the Senate.
- International travel: Review the guidelines for university-supported or -related travel.
- Faculty parking: Apply for parking.
Looking for something else? You may wish to contact your program‘s director of graduate studies.