Course Design Workshops, offered as part of the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology’s Summer Institute, help you build or rebuild a course. Experience one of these multiple-day workshops with a cohort of colleagues who can help generate ideas and take your teaching in new directions.

Stipends of $500 or more are available to eligible faculty. Seating is limited, and registration is required.

(Re)Creating Your GenEd Course
Designed especially for faculty teaching General Education courses in 2015–2016, this series of four workshops will provide an opportunity to meet colleagues teaching in the program, review the revamped General Education program, create key course materials, and share work with others.

Reinvent Your Course for Diversity
In this series of workshops, participants will reflect on their course content and explore ways in which that content is meeting the needs of the diverse student population at Illinois State University. Faculty will develop their courses to foster an inclusive learning environment and to help themselves and their students develop more nuanced cultural understanding.

Design Your Course
This workshop is designed for faculty in their first, second, or third year of teaching at Illinois State University. By the conclusion of the summer, each participant will have designed a course that she or he will be teaching for the first time during the fall 2015 or spring 2016 semester.

Going Global With Your Course
Learn about common and effective approaches for creating global courses. You’ll become familiar with books, organizations, websites, and technological tools that can help you design or redesign your course.

(Re)Design Your Course for Civic Engagement
Show students how they can bring change to the world as engaged citizens. By incorporating civic engagement in a course you teach, you will broaden the interdisciplinary collection of available civic engagement minor electives. Applications must be received by Friday, April 24.

If you need a special accommodation to fully participate in a Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology event, please call the main desk at (309) 438-2542.