On this page, you can find downloadable syllabus templates in the tabs below. Please note that the 2019 – 2020 course syllabus template and the 2019 – 2020 campus syllabus template are presently designed to be accessible, but accessibility may change as you add content. To learn more about making/keeping documents accessible, please visit the Office of Information Technology’s “Accessibility of Learning Materials” page or request training or a consult by contacting the OIT Help Desk.
The Syllabus Checklist outlines necessary information that should be included in completed syllabi. Checklist sections include: basic information, course description, course materials, course requirements, course policies, information on accommodation and accessibility, and a course schedule.
The campus syllabus provides students with important information that is common to all courses at UT Knoxville, such as academic integrity and addressing disability needs. The campus syllabus can be added as a separate page within your course syllabus or imported as a page into your Canvas course site from the Canvas Commons—search for UT Knoxville Campus Syllabus 2019 – 2020. The campus syllabus can be downloaded as a one-page or two-page document, depending on your preference:
Additionally, the Office of Emergency Management has created a faculty emergency guide to augment the campus syllabus, giving faculty easy access to information on protective actions for different types of emergencies.
The Online Course Syllabus template includes components that support best practices in online course design and delivery. The template is meant to serve as an example and contains navigation links and specific language that can be used when developing a syllabus for your online or hybrid course.
Creating a Memorable Teaching Philosophy Statement: This document will provide you with a process for developing and writing a memorable teaching philosophy statement. This statement serves as a concrete illustration of the thinking, intention, and teacher identity of the instructor. It represents what students and colleagues can expect to encounter when the actual individual shows up to campus and the classroom.