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Expand the items below for more information on how to access graduate student resources around ASU. The Step-by-Step How To Guides provide instructions on completing important administrative tasks such as submitting a plan of study or making a travel request.
How to: iPOS navigate, submit, and change your iPOS
How to: Advisor and Committee establish and update your faculty advisors
How to: Masters In Passing apply for a Masters in Passing (Geography doctoral students)
How to: Thesis and Dissertation schedule, hold, and report your defense
How to: Format prepare your thesis or dissertation document as specified by the Graduate College
How to: MUEP Applied Project guidelines for developing and completing an applied project
How to: Travel create a travel profile, request a trip in Concur, and submit an expense report
Preparing Future Faculty (Graduate College)
PFx is a two credit, one-semester course, of seminars, discussions and activities designed to expose doctoral and MFA students and post-doctoral fellows more fully to an insider's view of a practicing scholar-professional. The main goal of the program is to enable participants to transition successfully to employment in an academic, alternative-academic, or nonacademic community. Students become equipped with a realistic knowledge of academic, industry, non-profit and entrepreneurial cultures and career expectations.
Instruction Junction (The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences)
One-stop shop for teaching resources in The College, including Canvas, course development, tools, and training events.
TeachTech Lab (School of Life Sciences)
Integrating evidence-based teaching practices with innovative technologies to support instructors in creating high-quality online, blended, flipped and face-to-face courses for the School of Life Sciences
College TeachT@lk Webinar (School of Life Sciences)
TeachT@lk Webinars are open to anyone, so join them for an engaging discussion! For more workshops, visit the TeachTech Canvas site.
TeachOnline (ASU Online)
TeachOnline is managed and curated by the ASU Online Instructional Design and New Media (IDNM) team. The mission of this site is to share instructional resources and online course design best practices with Higher Education professionals and online instructors.
Instruction Services (ASU Library)
Liaison librarians can come to your classes to teach your students how to use the ASU Library resources and improve research skills. They will tailor their instruction to your research assignments and even help you create and revise assignments to more effectively teach students how to find and use information
ASU Career EDGE
Online training tool for use university-wide, enabling learning and training opportunities. ASU Career EDGE has many features in which individuals can initiate and track training to complete annual requirements as well as ongoing non-academic training. The initial benefits of ASU Career EDGE will include numerous university-wide professional development opportunities and capability to administer and track required compliance-related training, as well as key features like a transcript and catalog of offerings. ASU employees (faculty, staff, and student) are eligible.
ASU Mentor Network
Allows students to find peers and faculty with related academic or career interests, network with alumni and match with prospective mentors based on their individualized mentoring needs.
Continuing and Professional Education
Arizona State University’s Continuing and Professional Education program provides online learning opportunities for individuals in the workforce or entering the workforce. Courses range from a variety of topics to add to or enhance your current skills. A certificate program is a series of courses that combine for advanced knowledge on a given subject.