The Office of Instruction and Assessment can assist departments in furthering their instructional and research mission in a number of ways. We can help departments modify existing or create new certificate and degree programs by identifiying program goals and objectives, mapping those goals across curricula, and designing assessment strategies that support student success.
The OIA offers a variety of services and programs to provide instructional support and development opportunities to TAs.
For help with D2L, go to http://help.d2l.arizona.edu/content/instructor-home.
Workshops that address common teaching topics are offered throughout the year. For a current schedule, go to http://oia.arizona.edu/news.
The Office of Instruction and Assessment (OIA) is a campus resource for faculty, all other instructional personnel (including TAs), and researchers at the University of Arizona. The OIA offers support to the University’s teaching community in course development (face-to-face, hybrid and on-line courses), curriculum design, program and classroom assessment and evaluation, instructional strategies and learning technologies. This support is provided through one-on-one consultations, workshops, observations, web-resources, demonstrations, focus groups, and production services.