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Instructor Resources

We offer a variety of supports and resources for teaching and learning in areas such as academic integrity; curriculum modifications; embedding equity, diversity and inclusion; university policies, and more. Additional resources are also available through the York University Teaching Commons.

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Quick Reference Guide for Instruction

Refer to the guide for important information such as dates, university policies, academic honesty and integrity, and more.

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Curriculum Toolkit

The Curriculum Toolkit provides information resources for faculty proposing graduate and undergraduate curriculum in the Faculty of Science.

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EDI Resources

This page provides resources that aim to enhance your understanding and application of Science Education Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) concepts.

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Teaching Network

This page lists colleagues in the Faculty of Science at York, and the topics they are interested in chatting about. It also provides links to resources offered through the Teaching Commons, other York University offices, and other academic sources.

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Teaching Commons Resources

The Teaching Commons is a positive and safe space where faculty, graduate students, and staff from across all of York’s campuses can engage in professional development activities related to any aspect of teaching and learning.

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Teaching & Learning Awards (Internal & External)

Teaching Awards are one important way to recognize excellence in teaching at York. There are a variety of internal awards at York, and external awards which we encourage you to apply for.

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Academic Integrity for Instructors

Browse our resources to help support instructors around questions of academic integrity.

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Invigilation Training for Exams

Policy, guidelines and procedures for the
conduct of examinations.