Ovid is at once among the most familiar and accessible among Classical Greek and Roman authors and one of the most challenging to teach, not least because of readers’ growing discomfort with the portrayal of sexuality and violence in his poetry.  This page will provide a forum for colleagues engaged in teaching Ovid to share syllabi, suggestions, and advice for ways to present his work to audiences at all levels.  We emphasize that this is a place to exchange ideas.  Our organization does not edit the syllabi received, nor should their appearance here be taken as an endorsement.  We hope that you will discover resources and approaches that will aid and enrich your work in the classroom, and we invite all of you to contribute material that you have found effective in your own teaching. Please send any such material to dlibatique@fairfield.edu for inclusion. Note too that teaching resources in all languages are welcomed.