We help our students move Upward and Onward ... the Husky Way!
The Division Academic Affairs and Office of the Provost supports Bloomsburg University in its academic mission. Together with the deans and department chairs, the Office of the Provost guides the academic culture of the institution. Our goal is to support the faculty in their pursuit of excellence in teaching, scholarship and creative activity, and service to the university and their professions. Through that, faculty support students in reaching their academic potential. BU offers our students a wealth of opportunities in collaboration with our dedicated faculty.
The Harvey A. Andruss Library (named for a former Bloomsburg University president) provides access to more than 450,000 volumes of books, bound periodicals, and government documents; 2 million microforms; 50,000 journals, magazines, and newspapers in both print and electronic format; and over 150 online databases. The building also has exhibit spaces and a University Archives and Special Collections Reading Room. Wireless computer access is available in all areas of the building.
Over the last few years, faculty at Bloomsburg University have become increasingly concerned about the cost of course materials and have made various changes to their courses to help ease the burden on students. Faculty have used:
- Inclusive Access: e-versions of commercially available textbooks that are available through BOLT and direct billed to students at the lowest possible cost
- Open Educational Resources: course material that is freely available to download, share, and edit, available through sites such as OpenStax,org and the Open Textbook Library. Or contact BU's University Store to review course material options.
- Library sources: articles, ebooks, and videos available through Andruss Library
- Other freely available material online: YouTube videos, government websites and resources, etc.
Bloomsburg University's TALE Center facilitates dialogue among faculty on the art and science of university teaching; it provides support of teaching through center resources and programs. Programs and services are designed to encourage discussion and exchange of ideas, disseminate information, develop projects and conduct inquiries that enhance knowledge and practice of university instruction, stimulate and enable the development of effective strategies and technologies, provide new faculty with information and support, respond to faculty needs and promote a commitment to teaching excellence.
TALE has numerous teaching resources available to all faculty as an organization in BOLT; we offer readings, videos, URL links, etc. on a variety of teaching topics. As a faculty member, you have been enrolled in the TALE organization; just search for TALE on your home page, pin it, and start exploring.
HuskySuccess is here to help connect students to instructors, advisors, support staff, and campus resources to get them the help they need. See below to be directed to the information page to login or find videos and tutorials on how to get started.
BU's Curriculum Committee serves as the faculty recommending body to the provost and vice president for academic affairs on all matters affecting the development, modification, change, adoption, and implementation of the curriculum.
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