Digital Scholarship

The Digital Scholarship Workgroup at the UNT Libraries would like to invite you to participate in a survey on digital scholarship resources, tools, and services.  Please consider sharing your thoughts with us to help us improve our services to the entire UNT community. This survey takes approximately 12 minutes to complete. Survey Link:

UNT International Events

UNT International has posted a number of information sessions and workshops coming up this spring to get faculty involved with all things international. Come explore the opportunities! Fulbright Fridays Fulbright Information Session | February 15, 2019 | 11 am to 12 pm | Marquis Hall, 107 Fulbright Information Session | March 22, 2019 | 2-3 pm | Marquis Hall, 107 Fulbright Information Session | April 12, 2019 | 11 am to 12 pm | Marquis Hall, 107 Getting Engaged Internationally Workshop... Read more

CLEAR: January Teaching Excellence Spotlight

Our January 2019 Teaching Excellence Spotlight awardee is Dr. Rose Baker, Assistant Professor in the Department of Learning Technologies. A lifelong educator, Dr. Baker has been teaching since she was a child when she taught her sibling and other neighborhood children how to count and has not stopped since.

CLEAR: Ready for Canvas?

Starting this Spring semester, all UNT courses using a learning management system will be offered in Canvas.  Online resources for Canvas can be found here, and CLEAR is hosting open labs for Canvas training or questions every Friday in January, from 1-4 in Chilton 255.  No appointment is necessary – feel free to drop by! 

December Teaching Excellence Spotlight

Our December Teaching Excellence Spotlight awardee is Teresa Moss, Teaching Fellow and Graduate Student in the Department of Philosophy & Religion. Ms. Moss has extensive experience teaching in a variety of capacities as faculty, as well as via industry experience in the non-profit sector. A student wrote in: “To put it in bluntly, she's a good person. Her teaching style is dialogue based, and she genuinely cares about us and whether we're struggling to learn our material. She a very... Read more

SPOT Survey Reminder

Student Perceptions of Teaching (SPOT) is the student evaluation system for UNT, and allows students the ability to confidentially provide constructive feedback to their instructor and department to improve the quality of student experiences in the course.  SPOT Survey CLOSES on December 6.  The faculty portal can be located at  The portal allows faculty to add their own questions to their course evaluations, pull past term reports, and preview surveys created... Read more

Resources for Teaching

Want to get free resources to enhance your teaching? Want to hear featured faculty give advice on how to improve your classroom? These and other resources available at CLEAR’s Teaching Commons: Check the website for materials including the Teaching Excellence Handbook, Course Design, Assessment, Teaching with Technology, Academic Integrity, Engaged Learning, and episodes of the Teaching Commons Podcast.

Goodbye Blackboard. Hello Canvas!

Say goodbye to Blackboard Learn!  UNT will no longer offer courses in Blackboard Learn after the Fall 2018 semester.  All Spring courses using an LMS must be migrated to Canvas prior to the Spring 2019 semester start.  If you have not already migrated your courses or submitted migration requests, please do so here.  If you need Canvas training, you can sign up for a face-to-face or online self-paced training here.  

December Give-Away

Congratulations to Janice Hauge of the Department of Economics, winner of last month's giveaway! With the semester coming to an end and winter upon us, Faculty Success is giving away a UNT hat and scarf set for the December Newsletter Giveaway! Click to enter for a chance to win!

November Give-Away

Looking for something to keep you warm and dry for the winter? Look no further! Faculty Success is giving away a UNT Champion Victory Jacket for the November Newsletter Giveaway! Click here to enter for a chance to win.