A campus-wide educational campaign on Academic Honesty
Academic Technologies for Learning (ATL) is an institutionally, nationally and internationally recognized leader in the production, implementation and evaluation of technology enhanced teaching and learning.
The Arts Resource Centre (ARC) helps teaching staff explore technology options and integrate them in their teaching.
Course books, general books, medical books, computers, and music available on campus in the Students' Union Building
The Celebration of Teaching and Learning is an annual event where the University of Alberta honours our outstanding teachers and students.
Learning Services at the University of Alberta is comprised of interdependent academic service units, each existing to support the University's mission by enabling learning, instruction, and research.
The resources of the University of Alberta Libraries comprise one of the major research collections in Canada. You can access all U of A libraries from this main site.
Have you need for expert analysis? Require an educated opinion on a particular subject? Want some background for a story? The Media Guide to Experts includes nearly 600 faculty covering nearly 1500 different subject areas. You're sure to find someone to help you.
The Provost & Vice-President (Academic) is the senior Vice-President and collaborates with the President in making policy on administrative and academic matters that affect the university as a whole.
The TELUS Centre is an ideal setting for live meetings, presentations, web-based seminars, and interactive videoconferences for groups of two to 300 people.
The University of Alberta Press publishes scholarly works and fine books for general audiences. Our program is particularly strong in the areas of biography, history, language, literature, natural history, and books of regional interest.
University Teaching Services supports excellence in teaching and learning by helping instructors and others enhance their teaching skills, by encouraging them to explore new approaches to teaching and learning, by striving to improve the academic environment for teaching and learning, and by supporting program and course development.
WebCT (Web Course Tools) is an integrated set of tools for developing and delivering interactive courses or course components over the Web. Access to the U of A WebCT, for students and instructors, is available from this address.