Instructional Continuity – COVID-19

Wondering where to begin as you transform and move your face-to-face courses to online? These resources might be of help:

  1. Click here for link to a list of remote-learning resources for science educators for simulations/virtual labs, case studies, data sets, other media - videos/podcasts/images/photos
  2. From Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences: Tips for Remote Exams and Alternative Assessments
  3. From Indiana University Bloomington: Handling Exams When Your Course Unexpectedly Moves Online
  4. UNH IT Academic Technology: Instructional Continuity - COVID-19
  5. Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) offers a free online teaching toolkit that offers a list of resources for immediate use in making a quick transition to the online environment
  6. Click here for a link to an article from the Chronicle of Higher Education (March 9, 2020): Going Online in a Hurry: What to Do and Where to Start
  7. Carnegie Mellon University Open Learning Initiative courseware offering for mid-semester transition in spring 2020 "Fee  Waivers Available for Institutions Affected by COVID-19." Click for details.
  8. CEITL is open and available to help with your transition questions. If you would like to meet, click to schedule an Individual Consultation request and we will get back to you.



The Center for Excellence and Innovation in Teaching and Learning welcomes you. We are pleased to offer a rich collection of resources, information, and expertise to support the university's mission of enhancing student learning through the continual improvement of teaching. Please read our mission statementexplore our org chart, access the downloadable CEITL Information Brochure to learn more about us. 

CEITL Services

  • Every semester we offer faculty the opportunity to receive feedback from students about their teaching during the course of the semester.  If you teach at UNH, learn more about our Mid-Course Assessment program (MAP) and how to schedule a MAP
  • The Center collaborates with the UNH Graduate School in offering our doctoral students a unique Cognate in College Teaching. The Cognate program features courses in various aspects of college teaching and learning as well as a college teaching praxis which culminates in a teaching portfolio.  For an overview of course requirements and descriptions for the Cognate in College Teaching, please click HERE
  • For those not in a graduate program, the Center offers a Certificate in College Teaching. The Certificate program features courses in various aspects of college teaching and learning.  For an overview of course requirements and descriptions for the Certificate in College Teaching, please click HERE

For more information:

You can visit us at G31 Conant Hall on campus. To schedule a visit to the Center, call (603) 862-0233 or email us at

News & Announcements

Universal Design for Learning Webinar Series  

Please join us for a  webinar series by CAST on Universal Design for Learning (UDL), a research-based set of principles to guide the design of learning environments that are accessible and effective for all.

 The UDL Lab is made possible by UNH-4U, a project of the UNH-Institute on Disability in collaboration with other departments on campus, and with generous financial support from NH Vocational Rehabilitation, The New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities and the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation.

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New grant proposal? CEITL is pleased to provide support in working with you to create an assessment plan for the educational components of your grant proposal. Please click here to schedule a consultation meeting to discuss your proposed project.

CEITL launched the CEITL Participation Certificate in Fall 2017. Please follow the link for more information and to enroll.

Find out about how to work with CEITL on a Course Project to Promote Student Learning