We at the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) are excited to introduce you to our "We Care About Quality Teaching Campaign."

This campaign showcases how the CTL supports the OSU Quality Teaching (QT) Framework and Student Learning Experiences (SLE) instrument endorsed by the faculty senate (2021). Bookmark this page for many opportunities we offer to support and celebrate quality teaching. 

Quality Teaching (QT) Campaign for 2022/2023.
Fall 2022 CTL Programming.

Want to learn more about core areas of pedagogy or discuss a pedagogical challenge? We are here for you. To schedule a 1-on-1 teaching consultation contact [email protected]

Explore our resources using the drop down menus above or take the CUETIP (College and University Educator Teaching Inventory and Practices), a quick pedagogical area self-test. 

NEED HELP NOW? Visit our Teaching Hub for pedagogical help, academic technologies help (Canvas, Zoom), and more.



Join the Center for Teaching and Learning's Winter '23 Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Community. This cross-disciplinary group will use live discussions and online resources to explore pedagogical strategies to adapt to the changing teaching and learning landscape, and to build resilience into our teaching practices. See the call for participation and submit an expression of interest by Dec. 2.

Course design institute - we're back

Join CTL and a multi-disciplinary group of faculty to (re)desgin a course. Meet for 2 intensive days to learn about course design - including learning objectives, assessments, and instructional practices using your preferred framework and modality. Plan to leave the institute with a course plan, soft syllabus, and a welcome message for your learners! Dec. 13 and Dec. 14 | 9 AM to 4 PM | LINC 307 | Space is limited. Registration. Additional information is available.  

SPECIAL EVENT - Evaluating Effective Teaching: Meet the QT Framework, SLE, & More

Missed the Nov. 2 Quality Teaching Framework presentation? Watch the entire video with Devon Quick who presented the historical evolution of the QT Framework and SLEs. She defined their purpose and described their potential use. View this video for additional information on using these OSU adoptions to evaluate effective teaching. Resources and presentation slides available.


New(er) faculty and GTAs are welcome to join our open and casual community conversations about teaching. Bring a lunch, your questions, and your teaching-related success to share! No registration required, come as you please. Snacks and beverages provided. TUESDAYS, 12:00-12:50 PM, LINC LOUNGE (468).

October 11, October 25, November 8, November 22, and December 6. 


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