Teaching Resources

Academic Integrity

The College of Engineering seeks to promote an environment of academic integrity and supports University efforts to support student and faculty integrity in the classroom. More information »

American English Oral Communicative Proficiency Test (AEOCPT) for International Teaching Assistants

The AEOCPT is designed for the purpose of determining the extent to which a potential International Teaching Assistant (ITA) demonstrates a sufficient level of English language proficiency required to carryout the duties of a teaching assistant in his/her home department. More information »

Assessment and Instructional Support

The office of Assessment and Instructional Support is responsible for supporting curricular assessment and developing instructional support programs for faculty and teaching assistants in the College of Engineering. More information »

Curricular Procedures and Forms

All graduate and undergraduate curricular proposals must be submitted using the Course Submission and Consultation System, available through the ANGEL Course Management System. More information »

The Learning Factory

Providing engineering students with practical, hands-on experience through capstone projects, The Learning Factory helps bring the real world into the classroom. More information »

The Leonhard Center

Leonhard Center initiatives focus on the enhancement of courses and curricula as well as assessment of the effectiveness of innovations. The Center strives to enable the key changes required to maintain a world-class engineering education at Penn State. More information »


Penn State offers a variety of tools to recognize and avoid plagiarism … and avoid its consequences. More information »

Writing and Speaking Guidelines for Engineering

Michael Alley offers guidelines to help engineers and scientists communicate their work. These resources for writing and speaking are designed for faculty use — not only for their own benefit but also as a teaching resource to help students. More information »