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Excellence in Undergraduate Education

In its mission statement, the University assigns first priority to excellence in undergraduate education. The purpose of the EUE program is to support this mission by funding projects that will contribute to excellence and innovation in undergraduate education. Faculty, staff and students are eligible to submit proposals to the EUE program.


Technology Training

ITS provides computer-related training to administrative staff and faculty to enable them to meet the growing demands of technology. We hope this service will be helpful for new employees as well as current employees.


Instructional Design Consultations

IDLT members are happy to meet with faculty at any stage during the course development process, including before, during, or after course implementation. At a consultation, participants discuss instructional design strategies, desired learning outcomes, communication plans, available tools, and other components of the course design, delivery, and assessment processes.


Teaching Excellence Award 

To recognize the central importance of teaching to the mission of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE), the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, with the assistance of the Faculty Senate, each year will offer a monetary reward to each unit's official nominee as a Teaching Recognition award. In addition, one Teaching Excellence Award and up to five Teaching Distinction Awards will be awarded. One of the Teaching Distinction Awards will be made to faculty in the status of clinical faculty, instructors, lecturers, or part-time faculty as defined by University policy. The other awards will be made to full time tenured and tenure-track faculty. Nominations for the awards may be submitted by students and faculty, and are reviewed by the Teaching Excellence Awards Committee of eight faculty and three students. Those selected by the Committee as best qualified to receive awards are recommended to the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.


Previous Winners:

Required Items to Include in Dossiers for Teaching Excellence & Teaching Distinction Award Nominees

Library Instruction Sessions

The Library Instruction and Information Literacy Program's mission is to provide opportunities for introducing users to the facilities, organization, resources, and services of Lovejoy Library.  We collaborate with classroom faculty to accomplish the primary mission of the University: to ensure students develop information literacy skills, attitudes, and knowledge to become efficient and effective users and producers of information.


Course Reserves

Faculty can place materials (books, articles, textbooks, lecture notes, cds, dvds, etc.) in the online course reserves by using the link below.  


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