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Share your subject matter expertise with the Stanford community

The University IT (UIT) Technology Training team offers opportunities for Stanford staff to develop and teach courses to the university community.


If you want to teach but are not sure how it would work, we are here to support and help you articulate your vision. You won’t have to go through any step in the course preparation process alone. With our high standards of excellence and rigor of engagement in instructional design, we strive to build a better and stronger community of learning at Stanford.

  • If you are a subject matter expert and want to share your knowledge in a specific subject area, you can work with the UIT Instructional Design team to develop and deliver a course or workshop.
  • If you have an idea for a training topic that you think would benefit you or your colleagues, let us know! Whatever you are interested in, we are interested too!

Your contribution can help our learners and the Stanford community to better discover and adapt to current and emerging technologies.

Designed for

Stanford affiliated staff, including SLAC and Stanford Healthcare.

Everyone cycles through the phases of dealing with knowledge: learning, doing and teaching. If you are Stanford affiliated staff, then you have been learning and doing for many years. You have gathered massive amount of knowledge. What’s next?

The UIT Technology Training team can help if you:

  • Enjoy sharing ideas and best practices with your community
  • Know things in a technology field that is not taught anywhere else
  • Believe teaching can fulfill a hidden, but sublime side of you

Get started

To simply propose an idea for a course offering, submit a Help request.

To propose a course that you want to teach, follow the steps below:

  1. Familiarize yourself with the courses we teach.
  2. Submit a Help request so that we get to know you and your topic. A member of the UIT Tech Training Staff will contact you to schedule a meeting to discuss your idea.
  3. Write down your ideas with more details (think of an itemized list of things you want to achieve) and prepare a draft proposal of the course you want to teach.
  4. Meet with our staff to:
    • share your past teaching experiences.
    • work with us to refine the course proposal.
  5. When the course proposal is finalized and accepted, we will schedule your course.
Last modified January 25, 2024