Do you ever wish you could engage with other faculty on topics related to teaching and learning but you don’t have time to attend another meeting or go to a conference? Do you want to improve your teaching but you’re not quite sure how to begin? If you answered yes to either of these […]
WHO: CETL & OLS
WHAT: Teachnology – The typo that became a training! Come and learn about:
- New Features in MyCourses
- Using Faculty Tools for Class Management
- Making Content Accessible
- Accessibility Checker
- Microsoft: Outlook, Sway, Form
- Microsoft Tools […]
No matter your teaching style, we have fun, impactful professional development for you! Kick off your year with CETL’s Fall Adjunct Day August 10th!
CETL’S Mission is to help all of our faculty bring excellent instruction and learning to our students. We want to make […]
The 2019 CETL Distinguished Faculty Awards survey is now open and accepting nominations.
This is a wonderful opportunity to nominate a deserving colleague to be recognized for their contributions. Any college employee can nominate a faculty member for this honor. This year we will be including an award for one adjunct faculty member as well.
|| Academic Integrity
If you encounter cheating, plagiarism, or other academic integrity issues in your classes, please fill out the Academic Integrity Faculty Reporting Form available in MyCourses.
The CETL Board of Directors is now taking applications for four open CETL Faculty Associates positions.
Starting in Fall 2019, four CETL Associate roles will incorporate support for professional development of all faculty within assigned Career and Academic Communities. This unique role will facilitate specialized professional development opportunities to reinforce excellence in teaching and learning […]
Please join us online from your own DESK to hear Dr. Ramona Kirsch, Director, Center for International Programs (CIP), talk about CIP including:
- Internationalizing curriculum
- International students
- International opportunities for faculty
Join us to understand how YOU (the faculty) […]