Teaching Resources

The CETL team works to provide support and resources for MGA faculty on every campus and online. Below are some suggested resources we have gathered to help with this goal. 

Are you interested in learning about a topic not listed here? Email the CETL team and let us know! 


Faculty Toolbox

The CETL maintains a collection of resources inside D2L/Brightspace called the Faculty Toolbox for easy access anywhere. Teaching materials linked here, plus more support materials on teaching and learning topics and using technology in the classroom, are available there. All faculty are enrolled automatically in the toolbox. You can visit the Faculty Toolbox for more information or contact the CETL.   


Workshops & Events

The CETL hosts workshops and webinars on various teaching and learning topics throughout the semester. If you would like to view upcoming events, you can visit the Faculty Toolbox. Most events are recorded and available for viewing in there as well.

Recent workshop topics include:

  • Accessibility in Online Materials
  • Boosting Student Motivation
  • Midcourse Feedback

View all of our recorded webinars and related materials in the Faculty Toolbox.

The CETL also hosts two annual events that allow faculty to learn from colleagues and collaborate on ways to enrich teaching practices.

  • Faculty Development Day 
  • New Faculty Orientation 


Quality Matters

The CETL supports MGA's Strategic Plan, Priority 1 by providing support and opportunities related to Quality Matters (QM)  The CETL team can assist faculty interested in learning more about QM, or faculty can self-enroll in the new MomentumU@USG course on applying the 7th edition of the Quality Matter's Higher Education Rubric to evaluate online and blended courses for design quality.



MomentumU@USG is an online portal with resources, workshops, virtual events, and collaborative research supporting evidence-based teaching practices. All USG faculty and staff may self-enroll.

Highlights include:

  • Short Courses on several topics, including
    • Transparency in Learning and Teaching
    • Introduction to SoTL Research
    • Growth-Mindset Course Design
  • Toolkits for 
    •  Active Learning in Online Courses
    • Creating Infographics
    • Finding and Using Open Educational Resources
  • USG Teaching & Learning Conference Archive


Teaching & Learning Conferences



 MGA offers a variety of tools that can assist you with your teaching. 

  • Microsoft Teams 
    • Collaboration tool with a range of apps
  • Qualtrics 
    • Online survey platform (Click on MGA SSO)
  • YuJa
    • Cloud-based video recording, editing, and hosting platform that includes quizzing and captioning

Visit the Office of Technology Resources's Software Toolbox for additional information other software programs.