Until further notice, the University of Arizona, in accordance with the guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, encourages all employees to work remotely. Our office is closed to the public, but you can reach the Department of History, Monday–Friday 8am-5pm, at 520-621-1586 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please use the "people" tab to find contact information for individual faculty and staff. Continue to check your UArizona email and course D2L sites for developing information.
Forms and Resources
Find all the forms and resources you need regarding learning, teaching, and travels.
Brown Bag Colloquium Series Materials
Wednesday, April 15, 2020: Dr. Aresta Tsosie-Paddock Paper
Panopto Training and Resources
If you are looking to gain a better understanding of Panopto, please view the latest in person Panopto training hosted by the Department of History featuring Joshua Butcher from the Office of Instruction and Assessment. Please reference the Panopto help page and Zoom help page for further assistance.
For additional resources, please visit the Office of Instruction and Assessment website.
Collaborative Learning Spaces
As the demand for CLSs grows, we are working diligently to ensure that the rooms are assigned to the courses that are best-suited for them.If you are interested in teaching in a CLS, you may apply to become a CLS Preferred Instructor which will help during schedule optimization. Please check the list before applying since many experienced CLS instructors have been pre-approved and added to the list based on evidence of their commitment to teaching excellence.
Room and Course Scheduling performs schedule optimization for requests submitted during Open Scheduling. Therefore, please work with your program/curriculum coordinator to submit the request for your courses. Preferences for specific rooms are no longer required. However, it is imperative that the Collaborative Learning Space Room Characteristic (35) is entered in the request.
To learn more, please visit the Collaborative Learning Spaces webpage.
Faculty Learning Communities
Faculty Learning Communities are an opportunity for small groups of faculty to meet to discuss and develop evidence-based teaching practices. Recently, a FLC member commented, “I really found meeting with learning-focused faculty to be a sanity saver for me and I thank you profusely for supporting this program.”
Registration is currently underway for Fall 2019.
Learning Assistant Quick Start Program
Prior to each semester, we offer the Learning Assistants Quick Start Program. The hybrid Quick Start Program is designed to give Learning Assistants (Graduate Teaching Assistants and undergraduate preceptors) an opportunity to learn from local and national experts about evidence-based teaching and learning strategies and to collaborate with their UA peers to prepare for their important responsibilities. We will offer a separate track for Learning Assistants who have completed the Quick Start Program previously. Contact Sarah Grace email@example.com for more information.
- Classroom Technology Services
- Custodial Work Request
- Online Faculty-Student Conference Form for violation of the Code of Academic Integrity
- Mandatory Syllabus Provisions
- Mandatory Syllabus Boilerplate
For detailed information, visit the Travel Reimbursements page.