Category Archives: Center for Teaching and Learning

Authentic Audiences for Student Learning

About the author: Meg Mobley, Ph.D., is a Senior Instructor in Crop and Soil Science. She develops and teaches blended and Ecampus soil science courses from introductory to graduate level and is active in inclusive curriculum development and faculty instructional … Continue reading

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Call for Nominations: 2022-23 Blended Learning Faculty Fellow

Higher ed is moving with increased vigor toward blended learning in the wake of the COVID-19 disruption. With this in mind, the Center for Teaching and Learning, Academic Technologies, Ecampus, and the Office of Academic Affairs are partnering in the … Continue reading

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Enhance Your Teaching and Build Confidence

Looking for an enjoyable way to reinvigorate your on-campus teaching practice this autumn? Join the Fall ’22 Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Communities sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and Academic Technologies. A cohort of faculty from across … Continue reading

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An Invitation to Class: Introducing the Syllabus Snapshot

Imagine signing up to take a really exciting trip. It could be rooming the savannah of Africa, strolling the foothills of the Himalayas, or diving on the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. You are anticipating all you will see and … Continue reading

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Impact the future of online education with OSU Ecampus Research Fellows program

Each year, the Oregon State University Ecampus Research Unit funds projects, up to $25,000 each, to support the research, development and scholarship efforts of faculty and/or departments in the area of online education through the OSU Ecampus Research Fellows program.   This program … Continue reading

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Respite, Renewal, and Looking Ahead!

On behalf of the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), thank you for your passion and commitment to excellent teaching. During the 2021-2022 academic year, many obstacles arose, yet, you went above and beyond to continue serving the needs of our … Continue reading

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Congratulations, Class of 2022!

The Center for Teaching and Learning congratulates the 7,318 graduates in the Oregon State University Class of 2022, and expresses deep appreciation to faculty, GTAs, learning assistants, advisors and all student support services for your dedication and tireless work to … Continue reading

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Last Chance for Summer Faculty Development Opportunities

With finals underway and graduation only days away, summer is upon us! CTL is offering two great new professional development opportunities that you can still add to your summer plans: No Strings Attached Book Club – Interested in the science … Continue reading

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An Update on the Blended Learning Innovations in Pedagogy Initiative

In late January, a Request for Proposals went out to all instructional faculty to join the Blended Learning Innovations in Pedagogy (BLIP) Initiative. After reading through many strong proposals, we (Center for Teaching & Learning and Academic Technologies) selected five … Continue reading

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Reflecting on the Resilient Teaching Symposium: Working with Faculty

About the author: Brenna Gomez, MFA, is the Director of Career Integration in the Career Development Center. She works with OSU faculty and other stakeholders on helping students connect the dots between the coursework they take at OSU and their … Continue reading

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