The Resources for Faculty site gathers information and references that Marquette University Law School faculty may consult to enhance their teaching and scholarship. Outside visitors to this site may find that some resources are password protected.
Featured: Teaching Resources for Law Faculty This Teaching Resources for Law Faculty site provides information for both full-time and adjunct faculty at Marquette Law School to use to enhance their teaching.
The information on this site is curated and is not comprehensive. For more extensive information on law teaching, faculty are directed to the additional resources page.
Class & Exam Schedules
Course Administration - Course administration tools include class lists, photo seating charts, student email addresses, and course pages.
Videos & Instructions for Course Technology
- Record your Class
- D2L - Getting Started Videos
- Home Pages (4:35)
- Add/Edit a Module (4:15)
- Dropboxes (3:30)
- Instructor Guides and Tutorials - Marquette Center for Teaching and Learning
- Student Guides and Tutorials - Marquette IT Services
- Microsoft Teams - Quick Training Videos
Law Faculty Checklist - The amount of information needed to manage your course can be challenging. The Media & Technology Group at Marquette Law School has compiled this list of resources for faculty to help answer questions or to direct you to the correct staff when questions arise. Sections of the guide include Marquette Credentials, Course Administration, Course Pages, and Classrooms in Eckstein Hall.
Teaching Resources for Law Faculty - This guide provides information for both full-time and adjunct faculty at Marquette Law School to use to enhance their teaching. Resources contained in the guide are curated by the Teaching and Assessment Committee. Chapters of the guide include Learning Outcomes, Course & Syllabus Design, Pedagogy & Learning, Assessment Resources, Instructional Technology, and Additional Resources.