- Teaching with Writing: Offers a variety of resources to support faculty teaching with writing, including consultations, workshops, and example materials
- Quick Suggestions for Helping Nonnative Writers: Quick tips for how to support students in the writing process from Eric Nelson, Minnesota English Language Program
- Responding to Nonnative Speakers of English: Tips and recommendations on a range of topics related to writing for nonnative speakers from Sheryl Holt, Department of Writing Studies
- Voices of Minnesota’s Multilingual Writers: Multilingual writers at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities share their insights about learning to write American academic English
Training and Support
- International Teaching Assistant Program: The International Teaching Assistant (ITA) Program offers training and support to nonnative English speakers who teach courses and undertake other instructional responsibilities at the University of Minnesota.
- Surviving Group Projects Tutorial: teamwork.umn.edu delivers research-based teamwork strategies and tools that faculty can use to support students in group work.
- A Faculty Guide to Team Projects: A range of resources provided for instructors to support team projects in their classes.
Research at the U of M
The Global Programs and Strategy Alliance (GPS Alliance) is the driving force for the University of Minnesota in globalizing teaching, learning, research, and engagement.
- Find out how U of M faculty and staff responded to the MELP survey on Supporting Non-Native English Speakers at the University of Minnesota
- Learn about the most recent international student enrollment statistics
- Find tools and strategies for internationalizing the curriculum
- Read the latest recent U of M research, which highlights key studies on undergraduate international students
- Supporting International Students: Resources and workshops for faculty and staff
- ESL Resources for Students: Print and share this convenient hand-out
- Bimonthly Emails: Intended to help keep the principles of universal instructional design at the forefront of teaching. For more information, contact Margaret Kelly at CEHD: firstname.lastname@example.org.