Much of our ongoing programming is drawn from 45 core workshops supplemented by sessions developed by CTE staff to meet an emerging need or at the request of a department. Some workshops are designed for specific audiences. Click the link below that pertains to you.
|Intended Audience||More details about the intended audience|
|All instructors||Open to faculty members, new faculty members, adjunct faculty, sessional instructors, graduate students who are teaching, lab instructors, and staff members who support instructors.|
|New faculty||Specifically designed for new faculty members|
|Graduate students||Specifically developed for graduate students|
|Fundamentals program||Restricted to graduate students enrolled in the Fundamentals of University Teaching program|
|Certificate in University Teaching||Restricted to graduate students enrolled in the Certificate in University Teaching (CUT) program|
|Microteaching||Restricted to graduate students engaged in Microteaching sessions|
Many of our workshops for all instructors take place in either October as part of Focus on Teaching Week or in March as part of Educational Technologies Week. In April, our annual Teaching and Learning Conference occurs.