CETL Partners

Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence

The division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence (ASIE), housed under Academic Affairs, is dedicated to the academic growth and personal development of all UW Oshkosh students. We work directly with structurally excluded groups comprising first-generation, limited-income, students of color, women, and LGBTQIA+ students. Advocacy for all students is the aim of ASIE. We strive to empower and inform students, faculty, and staff to create an equitable, diverse, and inclusive environment through outreach initiatives, educational programming, leadership opportunities, and diversity, equity, and inclusion events. Faculty and instructional staff can use our services for student advocacy, referrals for one-on-one academic support and mentoring, assistance with internships, grants, and scholarships, Students, Staff, and Faculty for Equality (S.A.F.E.) training, and access to our three resource centers (LGBTQ+ Center, Multicultural Center, Women’s Center). ASIE staff is available for classroom presentations on cultural and educational topics pertaining to indigeneity, multiculturalism in academia, LGBTQIA+, multicultural/multiracial retention, women’s rights, and first-generation support. We also provide faculty/instructional staff summer employment opportunities through our summer bridge program and pre-college outreach programs. ASIE is a one-stop shop for academic support for diversity, equity, and inclusion for all three campuses.

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UWO Librarians can assist instructors both in and outside the classroom! Librarians can provide information literacy instruction and research help to your students (in person or online, synchronously or asynchronously), embed library resources and streaming video in your Canvas courses, and suggest new course readings and/or Open Educational Resources (OER) to update your syllabus or replace a textbook. Librarians can also help you with your own research by conducting literature searches and retrieving articles, evaluating and recommending journals for publication, and formatting articles and references to match journal requirements.

Erin McArthur, Online Learning and Faculty Services Librarian – mcarthue@uwosh.edu, 920-424-1361, Polk 111
Joe Pirillo, Information Literacy/Online Learning Librarian – pirilloj@uwosh.edu, 920-424-7332, Polk 114

Information Technology

Information Technology is an integral part of any organization and that is especially true at UW Oshkosh.  Our partners within information technology help us with everything from Canvas to classroom support.  They are constantly working to maintain the technological infrastructure on campus while also looking toward the future and helping to integrate new applications, hardware and software to facilitate greater teaching and learning opportunities for our campus community.

email: helpdesk@uwosh.edu

phone: 920-424-3020

Accessibility Services

The Accessibility office and Project Success are two departments that CETL often partners with to ensure that we are adequately meeting the needs of students.  Through frequent workshops or individualized support channels, these two departments work tirelessly to create environments that are accepting of all learners.

Campus Instructional Designers

John Bellotti

John Bellotti

Instructional Designer, College of Business

John Bellotti has spent nearly 20 years designing and developing learning experiences in the corporate environment.  In 2021, he joined the College of Business at UW Oshkosh and has undertaken several projects including developing a college-wide Canvas template, created the Titan Tools resource course and constructed a set of standard goals for courses in the College of Business.

Rebecca Graetz

Rebecca Graetz

Instructional Design Consultant, Office of Contining Education