Faculty

Faculty

Villanova University faculty innovate to offer appealing, relevant and challenging courses and opportunities for students, and facilitate the most effective student learning.

Resources are available to University faculty as they explore new technologies and teaching methods, support learning styles and create new and innovative learning environments.

 

Academic Resources for Students

Villanova University offers a variety of academic resources
for students. This guidebook serves as a point of reference
for faculty to help students find the relevant programs
and services that are available to them—academic support
and tutoring, peer mentoring, assistance for students with
disabilities, professional development, and much more.

Instructional Technology

Instructional Technology

The Center for Instructional Technologies (CIT) provides many resources and services to promote the use of technology in the teaching and learning environment. Included in these services are multimedia development, online teaching and learning resources, video and audio streaming studios, video teleconferencing studios and workshops and seminars that introduce faculty to the various technologies that Villanova provide. read more

University Learning Goals

University Learning Goals

A detailed outline of what Villanova graduates should be able to do upon leaving Villanova. read more

Villanova Institute for Teaching and Learning (VITAL)

Villanova Institute for Teaching and Learning (VITAL)

The center provides and coordinates services and resources for faculty members from all disciplines who are interested in helping their students become more effective learners. read more

 

 

Pilot Program for Cross-College Course Development and Teaching

Pilot Program for Cross-College Course Development and Teaching

This program was developed to support course development and teaching (individual and team) and is open to all faculty at Villanova and will:

  1. Support the development of new cross-college/school courses or sequences of courses
  2. Establish a funding model to sustain teaching (individual and team) courses that are offered from the Office of the Provost

Deadlines: The first round of proposals are due October 20, 2017 by 5pm and completed proposals (pdf) can be emailed to avptl@villanova.edu.
Questions: Dr. Randy Weinstein at avptl@villanova.edu.  

 

* Cross-College Course Development and Teaching Pilot Program May 2017.pdf
Cross-College Course Development and Teaching Pilot Program May 2017.pdf

Faculty Writing Assistance

Though often subsumed under their roles as researchers, teachers, and scholars, writing plays an integral part in faculty development. Villanova University supports faculty in their writing eandeavors by offering on-on-one consulting for projects such as journal articles, grant proposals, book-length manuscripts, revise and resubmit edits, book proposals, and course assignments. Villanova aspires to make the process of writing more efficient, collaborative, productive, and rewarding.  For additional information, please contact Dr. Emily Carson at emily.carson@villanova.edu, 610-519-4273.

                                          

Other Faculty Resources

The Office of the Provost regularly issues policy documents, publications and reports usually in a handbook format. Specific policies can be found in these publications. read more

 

 

Associate Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning

Tolentine Hall, Room 103
avptl@villanova.edu

Office Hours:
1/25: 12-2 pm
2/16: 11-1:30 pm
3/20: 10-12 pm
4/25: 2-4 pm

“One mark of a great educator is the ability to lead students out to new places where even the educator has never been.”  -Thomas Groome

Office of the Provost

Tolentine Hall, Room 103
800 Lancaster Avenue
Villanova, PA 19085
Phone: 610.519.4525
Fax: 610.519.6200

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