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Ohio University's Office of Instructional Innovation serves as a catalyst to spark bold experimentation and sustainable discovery of innovative instructional models that fulfill the University's promise of a transformational educational experience.

Our team brings expertise, skill, and passion to collaboration with a growing network of innovative instructors and engaged students. Ready to work with us? Visit our contact page to get started.


Initiatives

As a part of the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, we are involved in multiple high-profile initiatives that spur innovation at OHIO.


Stories

We are committed to sharing stories of innovation, experimentation, and exemplary practice. Each feature shares resources.


Services

Our service portfolio offers a wide variety of assistance for faculty and staff at OHIO. We'd be happy to help you.


About

Learn more about the Office of Instructional Innovation and meet the staff.

Upcoming Events

2017 Spotlight on Learning Conference
This all-day event will take place on April 25, and will showcase best practices from across the OHIO community in concurrent sessions centered around the theme “What are students learning?” All Ohio University faculty, administrators, and teaching assistants are invited to attend and participate.
Design Studio for Online and Blended Courses
This week-long workshop will take place May 1–5 from 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Instructional technologists will lead hands-on structured sessions featuring individual assistance, group discussion, and sharing of opportunities. Those interested in attending should submit an application. If selected to attend, you will be contacted by Friday, April 21. For more info, contact OII at oii@ohio.edu.
Alt-Textbook II Initiative
As a follow-up to last year’s launch of the Alt-Textbook Initiative, faculty are invited to participate in a spring 2017 series of workshops. The hands-on workshops are designed to help instructors seeking alternatives to textbooks. Faculty who commit to attending all six workshops could be eligible for a $250 stipend.

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