Educational Technology and Assessment

Contact Us

Office Of Educational Technology & Assessment
USF College of Public Health
13201 Bruce B. Downs Blvd. MDC 56
Tampa, FL 33612

Faculty Development

The ETA staff is available to provide workshops on a variety of topics ranging from instructional pedagogy to Canvas tools to innovative uses of new technologies. Workshops are offered in an informal setting allowing faculty and instructional designers to discuss the appropriate uses of pedagogies and/or technologies in their courses.

Email us at: to request training on a topic of interest.

Quality Matters (QM) is a faculty-centered, peer-review process designed to certify the quality of design of online or blended courses. The quality of design is measured using the QM rubric, developed from research, best practices and instructional design pedagogy. The QM rubric was created to help course developers, teachers, faculty, entire organizations and, most importantly, students. The standards in the rubric are intended to guide you through the development, evaluation and continuous improvement of your online and blended courses.

The COPH Undergraduate Teaching Circle is offered monthly during the fall and spring semesters to promote teaching-related knowledge and skills. Each month, a different topic or skill is addressed to encourage professional development of all undergraduate instructors and instructional support, including tenured faculty, instructors, doctoral student instructors and TAs. Collaborations thus far have included CITL, SAS, Innovative Education and ETA.

An interactive digital publication providing information on the latest trends and strategies in education. This resource will highlight exciting resources about pedagogical approaches for face-to-face and online teaching, faculty success stories related to technology and teaching strategies and updates to the tools you utilize in your courses.