Stay informed with CTLE’s latest spring updates, just ICYMI (in case you missed it). Your CTLE team is dedicated to providing you with a wide range of teaching and learning topics, events, and support each semester. Stay up to date with all of our offerings from this past semester by continuing below!
This spring we engaged faculty in webinars and panels discussing teaching and learning and artificial intelligence. Watch the events we’ve hosted, or save them for later:
• Handy Video and Collaboration Tools for the Classroom
• Using GoogleDocs in the Classroom: Fun, Flexibility, and Anonymous Blobfish
• ChatGPT Faculty Panel
• It’s Not Just a Video, It’s Edpuzzle
• Supporting Students with D2L Data
• Learn from Learners: Student Panel
• Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education
Courses for Teaching & Learning (CTLs)
We now offer CTLs throughout the year as open-enrollment self-paced courses. Find a CTL that piques your interest and register here. A few CTLs we offer are:
• CTL 118 – Developing Engaging and Inclusive Discussions
• CTL 121 – Teaching with Microsoft 365
• CTL 234 – Introduction to Simulated Experiences at SLU
Book-Marked! Book of the Month
Beginning last month, we are recommending a book from our CTLE Library each month to support faculty in teaching and learning. Our most recent recommendations are:
• April 2023: The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch
• May 2023: Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones by James Clear
• June 2023: Stay tuned!
Check out “What’s New” on our CTLE website. We are constantly adding new, helpful resources related to teaching and learning, technology, programs and services, academic affairs, scholarships, and more.
Stay in the loop with CTLE by keeping an eye out for our awesome events, CTL offerings, and website updates! Don’t forget to regularly check your email and visit the CTLE website to stay up to date. Have a fantastic summer!
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