Teaching Assistants (TAs) are on the front line of teaching, and contribute greatly to undergraduate education at Carleton. This page will help support your work as a teaching assistant and keep you informed of the resources, support measures and initiatives available to aid in your personal and professional development.
TA Central Hub
The new TA Central Hub in Brightspace is a space for TAs to watch pre-recorded training videos, access resource materials and share resources related to teaching. If you have a new TA and who would like to enroll in the hub, please contact Sam Shortt. Individuals who were previously enrolled in the cuLearn TA Central Hub have been automatically enrolled in the Brightspace version.
You can also follow us on Twitter at @CarletonUTAs to stay up-to-date on the latest events and news.
Stay up-to-date on the latest matters practical and pedagogical that impact your work as a TA.
Get all the details on the TLS Outstanding TA Award.
Learn more about the mandatory and voluntary training opportunities available to Carleton’s TAs.
Check out additional resources to help develop your skills.
Browse through the frequently asked questions we get about teaching assistant duties, training and support.
|FOR QUERIES REGARDING||DEPARTMENT/ACTION||EMAIL/PHONE|
|TLS programming (certificates, training options, etc.)||Teaching and Learning Services||TASupport@carleton.ca, 613-520-2344|
|Attendance issues for pedagogical training||Read our FAQ (“My completed training hasn’t appeared in Carleton Central…”), and then contact the appropriate party||Will depend on your situation (read the FAQ)|
|Locating more pedagogical training options||Read our FAQ (“What are my options for pedagogical training?”)|
|Payment for and/or tracking of compliance training hours||Human Resourcesfirstname.lastname@example.org, 613-520-2600 x3634|
|Payment for and/or tracking of pedagogical training hours||Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairsemail@example.com, 613-520-2600 x2525|
|The TA Management System||Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairsfirstname.lastname@example.org, 613-520-2600 x2525|
–“I would like to become a TA”
–“I would like to change TA assignments”
–“I have concerns about my TA assignment”
|Your department’s graduate administrator, graduate supervisor and/or chair||Contact info for department staff will be on departmental websites
email@example.com, 613-520-2600 x2525
firstname.lastname@example.org, 613-520-2600 x7482