Please use the appropriate form below to request CETL assistance. We will process your request in a timely manner once it is received. Make sure to submit a completed request to avoid any delays.
Canvas Support Request
If you encounter any problems or have a question about something in Canvas, please fill out this form.
Canvas Cross List
A cross-listed course will combine course rosters into a single course shell. This form should be used if you need to combine official University cross-listed courses into a single course shell. Please note, due to FERPA regulations, courses that are not officially cross-listed and do not meet in the same class period and room location CANNOT be combined into a metacourse. Doing so is a violation of student privacy.
Canvas Special Shell
A Special Shell can be requested by University staff and faculty. Requested shells can be used for Advisement, University Programs, building course shells for future courses, or other non-academic University projects.
Canvas Template Course
If you have successfully completed the three core workshops of the TECH Certificate program, you can request a copy of CETL's Canvas Course Template. You can use the template, which includes several activity and assignment templates, to help create your hybrid or online courses.
CETL Equipment Request
CETL has equipment that can be made available for faculty use. A completed sign equipment form will need to be downloaded and returned to CETL before any equipment can be released. Please take note to read the liability agreement at the bottom of the form.
i>Clicker Checkout Request
In order to checkout i>clickers you need to have taken CETL's Peer Instruction with Clickers Workshop. If you have not attended this workshop please register for a workshop using our calendar. Please also visit our REEF/iClicker site. Student remotes are not guaranteed as we have a limited amount available.
Faculty Development Transcript Request
The Faculty Development Transcript lists programming attended by faculty members. Transcripts may be helpful for RTP or an instructor's file.