Campus closure updates:

  • All face-to-face CTE programs are cancelled, postponed, or moving online until the end of the Winter term (at minimum). Consultations will continue. 
  • CTE has developed resources to help instructors continue teaching their courses online during the campus closure:
  • Of necessity, we have also made changes to our workshops and events
  • For the University's COVID-19 update: visit the university's Coronavirus Information website.

Support for....

CTE staff are eager to support instructors by providing assistance on: designing and renewing program curriculum; fostering integrated learning experiences via ePortfolios, experiential learning, and high impact practices; conducting research on teaching and applying for funding to support that research; nominating an instructor for an internal or external teaching awardteaching with technology, both within LEARN and beyond it; and enhancing students' communication skills through writing across the curriculum strategies. 

CTE support at a glance: 2016-2017

CTE's LITE Grants funded 16research projects supporting learning innovation and teaching enhancement
CTE staff delivered 191workshops to faculty, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and staff members
CTE staff facilitated126curriculum events and consultations for 675 instructors and administrators in 48 departments