Sources for Teaching Support

Student Accessibility Services

Student Accessibility Services works with students, faculty, staff, and the campus administration to ensure that the programs, services, and activities of Dartmouth College are accessible to, and usable by, students with disabilities.

Student Accessibility Services provides direct services to undergraduate students. It arranges, coordinates, or facilitates appropriate academic adjustments, program modifications, and auxiliary services to support students’ curricular and co-curricular pursuits. It also serves as a resource to Dartmouth instructors, departments, faculty members, and other staff members as they strive to make their classes, programs, services, and activities accessible to students with disabilities. 

Information, Technology & Consulting

The Information, Technology & Consulting division provides teaching support through Learning Design, Educational Technologies, and Classroom Technology Services.

The Educational Technologies and Learning Design Team supports faculty in the Arts & Sciences with a wide range of services, from course design consultations to technology support for individual faculty, classes, and departments. They implement digital learning initiatives, including DartmouthX and the Gateway Initiative, and provide training and support for tools like Canvas, Wordpress, and classroom response systems.

Classroom Technology Services develops, manages, and maintains technology systems that support undergraduate courses, academic conferences, administrative functions, and campus events. They provide specialized in-room support, consultation, and training services to assist the Dartmouth community with the technical and logistical aspects of technology use in classrooms, meeting rooms and collaborative settings across campus.

Dartmouth Library

The Dartmouth College Library provides support through subject area specialization, course materials and reserves, reservable teaching spaces, workshops & classes for students, student & research, scholarly publication, copyright, media, book arts, and more.

Institute for Writing & Rhetoric

The Dartmouth Institute for Writing and Rhetoric (IWR) fosters students’ abilities as writers, speakers, and critical thinkers and provides support for faculty who teach writing. The Institute promotes a culture of writing and rhetoric across campus through courses, peer engagement among students, and sustained conversation among faculty. The Writing and Rhetoric Program copmprises faculty from all departments.

Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar maintains students' permanent academic record and provides services for students and faculty in the areas of academic policy, enrollment and course information.

This is an office of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and acts as its proxy by coordinating activities including but not limited to course registration; enrollment pattern (D-Plan) planning; scheduling classes into classrooms; maintaining records of courses offered and grades awarded; certification of students for graduation; and maintenance, protection and release of academic records.

Dean of the Faculty

The Dean of the Faculty is the chief academic officer of the Arts & Sciences. The Dean oversees the division’s educational policies, programs of instruction, and all matters relating to the effectiveness, development, and well-being of its faculty.