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The Middlebury C.V. Starr Schools Abroad offer overseas academic programs for undergraduates from many institutions, as well as graduate-level programs for students from the Middlebury Language Schools and the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey.
Support for Digital Pedagogy and Tools
There are a number of electronic resources available to Middlebury C.V. Starr Schools Abroad faculty and staff. Schools Abroad faculty and staff with general questions about digital pedagogy and technology should send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Activating your Middlebury Account
Most Middlebury digital resources require that you log in with Middlebury credentials (username and password). If you don’t have or don’t know your Middlebury credentials, you can retrieve or reset that information by visiting the Account Activation page. You will need your 8-digit Identification Number (ID) and your 6-digit BannerWeb Personal Identification Number (PIN). If you don’t have your ID number or PIN, please call the Technology Helpdesk at 802-443-2200.
To access your Middlebury e-mail account, direct your internet browser to http://go.middlebury.edu/mail.
Get Familiar with your School’s Handbook
Middlebury Schools Abroad share a general handbook, and also have handbooks unique to their own languages and learners. It’s good to get familiar with the handbook for your program before beginning to teach.
We have compiled all handbooks on a single, useful site. You can access the handbook for your School using the links below.
- School in Argentina and Uruguay
- School in Brazil
- School in Cameroon
- School in Chile
- School in China
- School in France
- School in Germany
- School in India
- School in Israel
- School in Italy
- School in Japan
- School in Jordan
- School in Morocco
- School in Russia
- School in Spain
- CMRS Oxford Humanities Program
Tools You Can Use
MiddCreate is Middlebury’s open web design project. Using MiddCreate, you or your students can design spaces for writing, self-expression, professional, academic, or creative portfolios, and more.
Zoom is Middlebury’s official videoconference tool. You can use Zoom to digitally connect with individual students, whole classes, guest teachers, writers, and others. It’s simple to use, and accessible using your computer camera, a webcam, or your phone’s camera.
The Course Hub is a quick way to link your course materials (blogs, electronic reserves, articles, wikis, and sites) in one location so that they are easily found by your class.
Canvas is Middlebury’s learning management system. Using Canvas, you can conduct online, asynchronous discussions with your students; provide feedback and post grades for assignments; upload documents, videos, audio files, and more.