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FIU Online provides comprehensive support for its faculty members, including access to university resources to help you enhance your online teaching. We are committed to supporting our talented online faculty through individualized support, workshops and training.
On this page you'll find information about library faculty services, how to make library research an active part of your online course, support for your students with disabilities, academic misconduct and procedures, technology assistance and our dedicated center for teachers of undergraduates.

Library Faculty Services

The FIU library provides guidance for online faculty to assist with teaching online. Some of the resources include access to e-books on student engagement, journals, blogs, assessment tools, copyright information, citation resources, and plagiarism prevention, plus the latest books on online teaching and learning.

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Distance Learning Librarian

FIU's distance learning librarians are available to answer questions and assist faculty on how best to incorporate library research into online courses. Library services include creating library tutorials, conduct research chat sessions and help with the design of research assignments for students.

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Disability Resource Center

The Disability Resource Center (DRC) at FIU guides and supports students with disabilities throughout their college experience. As faculty members, you are on the forefront of responding to students with disabilities. The DRC partners with faculty to facilitate a smooth experience in the virtual world.

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Academic Misconduct Policies and Procedures

FIU Online supports the university’s initiative in promoting a culture of Academic Integrity at FIU. Read more about the university’s academic misconduct policies and procedures.

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University Technology Services

University Technology Services (UTS) provides services to FIU faculty for face-to-face and hybrid courses. If you need assistance with your fully online course, please contact your instructional designer assigned to you through FIU Online. If you need assistance with a web-assisted course, please contact UTS.

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Center for Advancement of Teaching

The Center for the Advancement of Teaching (CAT) is FIU’s teaching and learning center for faculty who teach undergraduates. With a robust selection of workshops and discussion groups, CAT offer opportunities for novice and advanced educators alike to expand, share and sharpen their teaching toolsets and skills.

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Counseling and Psychological Services Online

As a professor teaching an online course, there may be times when you become concerned about a student’s well-being. Learn how Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) can help.

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