BYU Online Resources

At BYU, we are fortunate to be able to offer you several groups on campus that can assist you for different website needs. Below we have included some major BYU groups that can help you if you have questions. Please let us know if you're aware of other people or groups on campus that offer similar services.

Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL)

Group Website: http://ctl.byu.edu/
Services offered: The Center of Teaching and Learning at BYU is a great place to start when you are designing your syllabus and incorporating BYU Domains. They have several pages about designing courses, making decisions about material, and creating a syllabus. Additionally, they offer individualized visits with consultants (either staff or students) who can offer you advice on how best to use BYU Domains in your coursework.

BYU Library

Group Website: http://lib.byu.edu/services/
Services offered: The BYU Library has several library instruction options, including the ability to reserve a computer classroom where you can go over the BYU Domains project with your students and get them started on building their own websites.

Research and Writing Center

Group Website: http://writingcenter.byu.edu/
Services offered: The Research Writing Center is a unique resource that offers students the ability to make one-on-one appointments with tutors to review writing material in personalized sessions. The Research Writing Center will help any writer at any step in the writing process. For students who struggle coming up with content ideas for their websites, this is a helpful way to get feedback.

Writing Fellows

Group Website: http://writingfellows.byu.edu/
Services offered: The Writing Fellows program is a special program where trained student tutors work with a specific section of your class and help students on two different writing assignments. They teach writing skills and can do in-class presentations on how to be better writers.