CTLT Workshops & Learning Communities
Throughout the academic year and summer, the CTLT offers scheduled workshops and workshops by request designed to support faculty in creating rich learn-by-doing environments for their students. Workshop topics encompass Academic Technology, PolyLearn and Instructional Practices. Please check our workshop schedules frequently. If you would like a workshop or information on a topic not listed, please contact the CTLT.
The CTLT also facilitates Faculty Learning Communities (FLC) throughout the year. FLCs enable a diverse cohort of faculty from across the university to dive deeply into an issue, challenge or set of topics related to their professional careers. By supplying faculty with time, space and resources, FLCs encourage instructors to reflect on their practices, to learn new ideas and strategies from each other, and to share their insights with the broader university community.
All CTLT workshops and Faculty Learning Communities are facilitated by faculty and staff, whose practices and beliefs about teaching and learning are deeply informed by experience and evidence-based research in education, the learning sciences, and socio-cultural and diversity studies.
Effective assessment of your program’s learning outcomes enhances student learning, strengthens program coherence and promotes improved curricula and instruction. Learn more at this Spring Workshop Series, presented by Academic Programs and Planning and the CTLT.
Workshops & Learning Communities 2013-14
The CTLT is pleased to offer a host of workshops and learning communites for the 2013-14 academic year. We look forward to working with you.
Over fifteen workshops on course design, instructional practices, assessment and feedback, and foundations for professional growth.
Details about three new Professional and Faculty Leanring Communities:
To schedule an appointment for PolyLearn assistance, please use the online Consultation Request Form. Drop-by assistance is also available, though preference is given to those who schedule a consultation.
Workshops cover basic and advanced functions. Drop-by assistance is also available.