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  1. Graduate Teaching
    Appointment as a GTA is seen as an integral part of students' graduate educational experience and essential to their professional development and preparation for employment in academia, industry, or government after graduation.
  2. Graduate Teaching (GTA) Information - Intro
    GTA Information Most programs offer assistantships in which students serve as a research or teaching associate or assistant. Graduate teaching assistants (GTAs) may be appointed as classroom teachers (instructors of record), co teachers or classroom assistants, graders, lab assistants, or
  3. GTA Training Requirements
    GTA Training is mandatory before any graduate student will be permitted to teach, grade, assist or have full responsibility for all pedagogical aspects of the assigned course(s).
  4. Preparing Tomorrow's Faculty
    Free noncredit program offered by the Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning. Participants who fulfill the course requirements are granted a Certificate that would exempt them from the need to take the GTA Training in future semesters.
  5. Thesis and Dissertation
    Electronic thesis and dissertation (ETD) gateway containing information about UCF's ETD processes, requirements, services and deadlines, as well as other helpful ETD resources and materials.
  6. Thesis and Dissertation Webcourse
    Your source for formatting resources, policies, procedures, and more.
  7. University Resources
    A comprehensive guide to university resources to help you get answers to all your questions.


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