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An instructor’s guide to reducing college students’ stress and anxiety

Chapman University has published their new review of practicable and evidence-based tools for reducing student stress in the classroom, improving overall performance and quality of academic life. The five strategies discussed in the review...

Zoom Live Transcription!

The Learning/Access Center and the Center for Teaching and Learning would like to share that live transcription is now available on Zoom! Live Transcription provides robot transcription services, which enables speech to text transcription in Zoom...

Spring 2021 Field Trip Guidelines

Class field trips are permitted in the Spring 2021 semester—either outdoors or indoors—if they follow these guidelines: Since we are all aiming to avoid large groups, instructors should meet students at the site (rather...

Guidelines for Faculty Working with Minors Online

The CTL is sharing a Guide for faculty who are working with minors online. The guidelines specifically go over recording, camera use, and safety when working with minors. Please review and share this resource.

Supporting Faculty NFO Series – February Session (Research/Library)

The Center for Teaching and Learning in collaboration with the Office of the Provost will host a series of virtual meetings to introduce how various offices and support services can help new and continuing...

Native American and Indigenous Peoples Resource Guide

November is Native American Heritage Month In honor of Native American Heritage Month and as a follow up to the Indigenous Knowledge and Land Workshop series, the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)...

New Resources Available in the Interactive Online Teaching Techniques Community

We have expanded our Online Teaching Teaching Techniques and added a new module to the course. We built this space to show you tools and techniques that will enhance your online teaching on Canvas....

New Resources on Online Discussion Boards & Professor’s Presence

Please review the research-based guiding principles and strategies from Victoria Nesnik on Discussion Boards & Professor’s Presence. The quick reference card can help you create and maintain A) your “presence in class” and, B)...

LA/C and Title IX Resources

Thank you to Elisabeth Sullivan, Director of the Learning Access Center and Judith-Faith Williams Cadet, Title IX Coordinator for sharing resources and engaging in valuable conversation with participants today. Here are the resources they...

School of Art CTL Fellow Kara Hearn’s Presentation

On November 10, 2020 we hosted one of 2019/20 CTL Faculty Fellows from the School of Art, Kara Hearn, to share her project, tittled: Expanding the Frame, Inclusive Pedagogy and Community Building. Below you...

New Resource for Inclusive and Equitable Teaching

The Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) has released more resource for inclusive and equitable teaching. To learn more about the equity-promoting teaching practices you click on the following link:  ACUE’s Inclusive and...

Preparing an Inclusive Online Course Resources

On October 9th the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) held an event called “Preparing and Inclusive Online Course“. Panelists shared their thoughts and practices for approaching your online teaching with an inclusive...