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Resources for Teaching and Course Development

The resources listed here for teaching and course development have been provided by various ASA members. We welcome and encourage submissions to this page, which will be reviewed and posted by the list administrators. If you wish to add your material to this site simply select the appropriate category, fill out the submission form and send it along.


We hope you find this information useful and we welcome suggestions for additional categories or other types of potential resources that can be posted and shared.

i. Course Syllabi

Sample syllabi submitted by community members showcasing a range of course levels and types at the undergraduate and graduate level.

ii. Assessment Materials

Materials related to course-level assessment can be found here. There may be some overlap with program-level assessment. This is fine.