The mission of UCATT is to build capacity for excellence in teaching. To that end, we offer a learning-centered toolkit packed with everything our instructors need: professional development courses, mentor programs, multimedia solutions, digital technology, and support services.
We support teaching and learning in all modalities; in-person, online and hybrid.
We partner with all instructors in planning, building, and facilitating meaningful learning experiences for your online, in-person, or hybrid course. We can help you choose and use technology; create community; design assignments; and develop assessment and grading strategies.
Visit the UCATT website to learn more about these services and resources.
Pay One Price
Pay One Price is a digital-preferred, flat-rate textbook program launching Fall 2023 for all MAINCampus undergraduate students, designed to boost student success. Pay One Price provides a predictable cost of $250 per semester for all required textbooks and courseware for MAINCampus undergraduates, regardless of their major. On the first day of classes, students can easily access and start using their required materials by logging into their D2L account.
The extended deadline to submit the required textbooks and courseware adoption for the Fall 2023 Pay One Price program has passed. However, we will do our best to accommodate late adoption submissions when possible. Please submit your textbook adoption at https://shop.arizona.edu/faculty.
Textbook Adoption Tool
Adoptions for courses that do not fall into the Pay One Price program should also be submitted as soon as possible at https://shop.arizona.edu/faculty.
Standard adoption deadlines are:
Fall courses - March 17
Winter & Spring courses - October 10
Summer courses - February 14
University Libraries offer access to millions of resources that are free for students and instructors to use in UA courses.
We partner with the UA BookStores to provide unlimited-license ebooks as part of Pay One Price and the textbook affordability initiative. If you'd like help finding free-to-use materials for your course, please contact Open Education Librarian Cheryl (Cuillier) Casey or Course Content Initiatives Manager Cheryl Schrader-Gerken.
You can find additional information on Free-to-use course materials.
UA Libraries also offer support and a variety of services for instructors, including information literacy tutorials and instructional support. Visit For instructors to learn more.
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) collaborates across campus to support the design of accessible environments. In addition to working individually with students to identify barriers to access and implement reasonable accommodations when necessary, DRC provides:
The University Center for Assessment, Teaching & Technology has provided information regarding Artificial Intelligence in Teaching and Learning.
The University of Arizona has provided information regarding resources for Artificial Intelligence, as well as information and guidelines surrounding this method.