Tag: faculty development

  • ChatGPT = Giant Pedagogical Transformer? Join the Conversation about AI Tools

    Wow! The late 2022 buzz about ChatGPT and other generative AI tools has quickly become a crescendo that is ubiquitous in conversations about teaching and learning in higher ed this spring. Questions abound: How do AI tools work? In what aspects is their output biased? Should their use be discouraged or celebrated in the college […]

  • CTL Welcomes New Blended Learning Faculty Fellow

    The Center for Teaching and Learning is pleased to announce that Meg Mobley, Senior Instructor of Crop and Soil Sciences (CSS), has been named the 2022-23 Blended Faculty Fellow. Dr. Mobley has a Ph.D. in Ecology from Duke University and completed a postdoctoral research and teaching appointment at the University of Wyoming prior to coming […]

  • 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 second year of the Blended Learning Innovations in Pedagogy initiative to address demand for increased […]

  • 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 students. We hope you are able to find respite and renewal this summer and look […]

  • 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 of memory, alternative approaches to grading, or techniques to energize the college classroom? Get a […]

  • CTL Lumen Learning GRANT Opportunity

    JOIN US FOR AN OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVE THE SUCCESS OF FACULTY!  We are excited to announce a grant funded professional development opportunity with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Lumen Learning. In collaboration with the Center for Teaching and Learning, Lumen hopes to engage faculty (tenure track and fixed term) and graduate students with […]

  • CTL Mutual Mentors

    About the Author: Dr. Brooke Howland provides curriculum design and pedagogical support for OSU teachers. Prior to working at OSU, Dr. Howland taught in the School of Education for University of Southern California, University of California, Irvine, and University of California, Los Angeles.  Wanting professional renewal that impacts your teaching and improves your students’ learning? […]

  • Apply Now for the 2022 CTL Blended Course Redesign Program

    The Blended Learning Innovation in Pedagogy (BLIP) initiative, a partnership between the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), Academic Technologies, Ecampus, and the Office of Academic Affairs, is currently recruiting lead instructors interested in redesigning large enrollment courses on campus. Lead instructors will work alongside the BLIP Faculty Fellow, Dr. Raechel Soicher, in exploring and […]

  • Call for Applications – CAAI Faculty Learning Community – Spring ‘22

    Community for the Advancement of Antiracist Instruction (CAAI): A learning community led by and for instructors and TAs The Community for the Advancement of Antiracist Instruction (CAAI) is a learning community in which instructors and TAs engage in antiracist work related to their teaching. This grassroot project was designed and will be facilitated by a […]

  • Center for Teaching and Learning Winter Programming

    Winter 2022 Programming Highlights Greetings OSU faculty and staff!! All of us at the Center for Teaching and Learning welcome you to Winter term 2022!!!  The pandemic rages on but after a strong Fall term and successful return to in person classes, there is a lot to look forward to this year.  We continue to […]