At the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology, our Teaching Excellence workshops are a tradition that help spark discussion and knowledge about best teaching practices.
Learn to assess online courses. Take and share notes with OneNote. Increase cultural competencies and awareness among your students.
Use ReggieNet to communicate with your students. Create interactive and engaging web lessons with Softchalk. Take your projects anywhere with OneDrive and Office 365.
The deadline to submit a proposal for a poster, individual presentation, or panel discussion for the 2016 Teaching and Learning Symposium is Wednesday, September 30, at 11:59 p.m.
Get a refresher on ReggieNet. Discover how to incorporate Clickers with your teaching. Learn the basics of the presentation software, Prezi.
Here is a list of Lab School faculty research, presentations, and hosted visits.
Get an overview of ReggieNet. Learn how to use Clickers in conjunction with PowerPoint. Assess how to build a survey using Select Survey.
Get energized for the new semester at the Fall Kickoff from 11 a.m.–2 p.m. Friday, August 21. This fall, the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology would like to help you be a reflective practitioner.
Here are the recent faculty appointments and promotions involving School of Kinesiology and Recreation faculty.
College of Business Professor Alan Cring not only teaches students how to run a business, but he also runs a business of his own outside of his teaching profession. Cring has a love for the art of photography and showcases his work through the name Emergent Light Studio.