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Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence Serves Faculty - Near and Far

Posted by Candace Roberts on Aug 19, 2019
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Open House for the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence – Aug. 19, 8:30-11:30 a.m.

This fall, the Saint Leo University Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence is rolling out a new space and a new website for faculty.  Both places are designed to serve faculty.  Whether you work off campus or on, full-time or adjunct, check out our website at https://faculty.saintleo.edu  where faculty can go to access myriad resources for teaching or scholarship, and to register for a variety of professional development offerings. The newly renovated physical space for faculty is in Saint Edward Hall, Suite 102.  This space is designed for faculty to have collaborative work space, a place to engage in a book study,  hold a faculty learning community, or participate in workshops, Lunch & Learns, or demonstrations.   For those who are on campus for beginning-of-the-year activities and meetings, we hope you’ll stop by during our open house on August 19, 8:30- 11:30 am.  Enjoy a cup of coffee and a bagel with friends.  Peruse our faculty publication book shelf and check out the resources available to support your work as an academic.

A Place for Faculty
The important thing for faculty members to know is that the Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence is a different kind of “place.”  It’s a virtual place; it’s a physical space.  It’s a resource center for teaching and scholarship.  It’s a place for all faculty - full-time and part-time, World-Wide and campus.  It’s a place for instructors to find support for teaching in all modalities (on-ground, online, Blended, VTT, or ICC).  It’s a place for faculty to collaborate, to share questions and conundrums, best practices or tech tips.  It’s a place for inquiry, where faculty can engage in faculty learning communities to dig deeper into areas of common interest.  It’s a resource hub where faculty can connect to each other or to the resources they need.  In short, it’s a place for YOU.