CTL Moves Into New Home

The Center for Teaching and Learning has moved to a newly renovated space, room 106 of the Learning Resources Center.  This renovated space includes consultation areas, a dedicated workshop and meeting space, and office space for the Teaching & Learning Scholar. Though it was a little bittersweet moving out of our old home down the hall (which housed the CITE for many years before the CTL was created), we are excited about how the new space will allow us to serve faculty better and offer a one-stop-shop for instructional support needs.
 

On October 7, we hosted a Grand Opening and Open House to celebrate our move and to introduce the new facility to campus.  Provost Paul Lang was on hand to share some opening remarks and lead us in a ceremonial ribbing cutting, which was followed by tours and some snacks from our friends at Fieras.  We were happy that many faculty, deans, and department heads were able to stop by. If you couldn't make it, we hope to see you soon.

 

 

IDT/CTL Website

IDT/CTL Website

IDT/CTL Website

Instructional Design and Technology (IDT) and the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) have undergone several changes in the last year. The CTL was launched to enhance the services previously offered through the CITE. Complementing the physical improvements, we are redesigning our web presence (which currently includes both http://idt.nmu.edu and http://www.nmu.edu/ctl) into a single, integrated site. As we plan our new website, we would like your input on how the site can be most useful to you. Please use this link to provide your input

Register for Workshops and Programs

The CTL offers a wide range of teaching and learning professional development opportunities.

View and register for upcoming offerings.

Classroom Technology

The Instructional Design and Technology Office in LRC 112 supports your classroom technology needs.  Please refer to the IDT website for scheduling AV equipment, media and assistance with installed technologies.

Faculty Focus Video Series

Faculty utilize many different techniques to engage students in the classroom.  In this video series we will interview instructors employing creative or innovative teaching methods in the classroom. In addition to the interview, we will have a glimpse into the classroom to see the interaction between students as well as the instructor. Take a look at our first video in the series as we follow Adonna Rometo in "Digestion in Action: Active Learning in a Physiology Lecture." 

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