UNM Outcomes Assessment website provides guidance and tools for improving student learning in courses, programs of study or co-curricular activity.
The IDEA system features several attributes that make it an ideal tool for both evaluating teaching effectiveness and providing guidance to instructors
for improving student success. Visit the IDEA website to learn about the new process.
UNM’s TITLE V program, Improving Campus Climate for Hispanic Students, is a new program to increase persistence and graduation rates of Hispanic students by collaborating with faculty and staff in creating student engagement.
The Teaching Assistant Resource Center (TARC) was developed during the 1982-83 calendar year to provide resources and training to graduate students at UNM for their instructional appointments and responsibilities.
New Media and Extended Learning's (NMEL) mission is to engage in the development and delivery of web-based courses, provide faculty training and support, and develop web applications. NMEL is a division of UNM's Extended University. We are responsible for the administration of online courses at the University of New Mexico and the system-wide implementation and management of UNM's learning management system- WebCT, for Main Campus, Health Sciences Center, Law School, and UNM branch campuses.
About Writing Across Communities
UNM students come from many backgrounds with discourse practices that express differences of language, ethnicity, culture, class, and generation. The presence of diverse discourse communities represents a source of strength in our classrooms as we educate students for global lives in the new century, lives in which the ability communicate fluently across boundaries is essential.
In three semester-long conversations with stakeholders within the English department, across the university system, and among New Mexico communities, we intend to build our knowledge about the language and discourse backgrounds students bring to UNM. Each series will culminate in a daylong conference featuring a keynote speaker from another university, during which we reflect on what we've learned and make decisions about how best to provide writing instruction that will increase student success in negotiating academic and professional literacy.
Multiple Academic Pathways for Students (MAPS) is a communication tool that connects you to numerous resources available at the University of New Mexico and surrounding Albuquerque community.Need help in math? Need to contact an advisor? Or just want to see what is happening around campus?
MAPS will show you the path!
Guidelines and resources for UNM faculty and staff for dealing with potentially dangerous people and resources for student intervention and safety.
University faculty and staff are sometimes faced with student behavior that is troublesome to them in their role of maintaining an effective learning environment. Various student services exist to support faculty and staff with these situations. The campus resources listed in this publication are available for consultation or student referral.
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