Faculty Resources

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18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
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Faculty Resources

Resources for Teaching and Learning

  •  Center for Community-Based Learning Faculty Resources: To support Project EQUIP’s unique community-based learning environment on the Buffalo campus, the Center for Community-Based Learning provides services and resources to faculty, students, and community-based organizations. The CCBL supports faculty with course and assignment design, project planning, connecting with appropriate community partners, coordinating logistics, and assessing student learning outcomes. Contact beb73@medaille.edu to begin the process.
  • Class of 2018 Summer Reading Program: Click here for the online reading guide to Aldous Huxley’s book, Brave New World
  • EQUIP: Learn more about how our Buffalo Campus faculty and students link classroom learning with real-world problem-solving throughout their undergraduate experience.
  • Faculty Sandbox is located in Huber 203 (Buffalo Campus) & serves as a dedicated space for educational technology training. 
  • IT Resources for faculty, including: FAQs, A Guide for New Faculty, IT training opportunities & manuals, and AV/IT setup and equipment request forms.
  • Internships are a vital component to our students' learning at Medaille. This site provides information for internships offered to undergraduate students at the Buffalo Campus, including: orientation materials, Internship Guidelines and Resource Manual for students, release forms, prompts for student learning reflection, and much more.
  • Learning Communities
  • Library Resources: Medaille Libraries offer an extensive resource for faculty and instructors, including: research tips, educational resources, rubrics and standards, and other services. 
  • Connect students to curricular and co-curricular support through our Student Success Center.
  • Title III Strengthening Institutions: Learn more about Medaille's grant-funded activities designed to strengthen and centralize vital student and learning support services, including faculty development opportunities.  

 

Resources for Student Learning Assessment

Resources for Professional Development & Evaluation

Institutional Policies & Forms

Curriculum Manuals

If you have any additional faculty resources you'd like to share, please contact Kari Costelloe.
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