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Join a Fall ’21 Faculty Learning Community

The Fall ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community, sponsored by CTL and Academic Technology, is gearing up to help you advance your teaching skills. This small, supportive cohort will focus on applying effective practices for skillful use of ed tech and … Continue reading

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Summer Professional Development Opportunity

The remote teaching and learning experience during the past year has stimulated innovative ideas about ways to improve on-campus teaching. The path forward for teaching and learning in higher ed will continue to be both exciting and challenging. You’re invited … Continue reading

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Join Spring Learning Community: Due Date Extended

There’s still plenty of time to get your proposal in to join the Spring ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community. The due date has been extended to March 8. Professional development funding is provided! The Spring learning community will explore and … Continue reading

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Be a Part of the Spring ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community

Guess what? Spring is only 5 weeks away! That means it’s time to submit your proposal to join the Spring ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community. This learning community is co-sponsored by Academic Technology and the Center for Teaching and Learning. … Continue reading

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Going Far Together: The Benefits of Participating in a Faculty Learning Community

“If you want to go fast, go alone; if you want to go far, go together.” Faculty learning communities (FLCs) provide a fail-safe place for university educators with a common interest in innovative teaching and learning practices to go far … Continue reading

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