Do you have students who have trouble expressing themselves through writing? Do students ever struggle to keep up with course readings? Are group projects not working as well as you’d like? These common pedagogical problems plague many a college course. Here at the CII a number of professors have sought solutions to deficits in student motivation or skill. Luckily we enjoy devising solutions to these common pedagogical problems. However using our pedagogical problem-solving services generally requires a phone call, an email, or a face-to-face meeting. If what you need is pedagogical problem-solving on-demand, Carnegie Mellon’s Eberly Center has developed a self-service portal for faculty so that you can identify potential solutions to these common problems either in lieu of or prior to meeting with an instructional designer in their center. We hope you find it useful.