Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

 "Put learning as the focus as opposed to the teaching as a focus." Ian Wolf on the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast #222

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Monday, October 22 - CETL Seminar Series, Encouraging High-Impact Practices at the Center for Community Engagement and Academic Outreach (CEAO), 3:00-4:00 pm, RPL 300S

Julie Mikles-Schluterman, Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the Center for Community Engagement and Academic Outreach; Hanna Karnes, Graduate Assistant; Madria Bagby, Graduate Assistant

They will share information about the development of ATU's new Center for Community Engagement and Academic Outreach. Faculty will learn how CEAO can assist them in the development of high-impact practices in the classroom. All courses out of CEAO must meet three criteria: 1) They must be interdisciplinary. 2) They must be project-based or problem-solving courses. 3) They must have a component of community engagement. The presentation will include a discussion about three grant opportunities being offered out of the center.


Wednesday, October 24 - An Overview of the Office of Information Systems and the Resources Available to Faculty, Staff, and Students, 3:30-4:30 pm, RPL 300S

The topics that will be covered include Blackboard, Office 365, getting help, submitting a ticket, service catalog, etc. OIS will also use this session to gather information from the faculty about the types of training they would like to see. Come check out all the things that OIS can do for you and give them some feedback about what you need.



The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) envisions a collaborative, learner-centered campus working together to ensure the success of the university community.


Recognizing the diversity of the university community, The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) develops an inclusive environment that promotes excellence in teaching and learning by encouraging open dialogue and active sharing of teaching practices and learning strategies through sustained university development activities.