As you spend time with your MCAD data and consider next steps, keep in mind that campus organizations are available to support you.
Access Your Data
If you are trying to access your MCAD data from an off-campus location, you will need to do so through the University’s virtual private network (VPN).
If you have successfully logged into MCAD but your course information is not loading or you are receiving error messages, please send an email help request to email@example.com.
Take the Next Step
Carolina faculty Kelly Hogan (Associate Dean of Instructional Innovation, College of Arts and Sciences; Teaching Professor of Biology) and Viji Sathy (Special Projects Assistant to the Senior Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education; Teaching Associate Professor, Department of Psychology and Neurosciences) can offer advice on inclusive teaching practices.
If you’re interested in talking to someone about your initial thoughts/questions regarding your course data or would like to explore new instructional methods, contact CFE Teaching and Learning staff members Emily Boehm or Bob Henshaw.
If you are interested in pursuing a research project related to your teaching techniques and student outcomes, get started by visiting the CFE page on the Scholarship on Teaching and Learning. Or, schedule a consultation with research staff at the CFE.
The Odum Institute can also provide statistical and assessment support.
The Office of Instructional Innovation is a source for articles, campus resources, and faculty advocacy.
Undergraduate Retention has literature and other resources on promoting student success
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