OSU's Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) provides pedagogical support in eight core areas related to higher education instruction with an emphasis on course design, assessment, blended learning, instructional methods, and inclusive teaching.   The CTL staff are also standing by to help you in all aspects of Remote Teaching. 

Contact us for ways to increase engagement, address student learning concerns, and fine tune assessment.  To schedule a 1-on-1 teaching consultation contact [email protected]. Also access our full suite of remote teaching material at OSU's Keep Teaching page.

Winter 2021 Handy references

- Conducting small classes with discussion using Zoom
- General best practices for Teaching Remotely for different types of classes
- Communicating with Students: Material to add to your syllabus regarding class policies
- Infographic: Teaching Large Classes Remotely
- Infographic: Pedagogical Booster Shots
- Infographic: Zoom Camera Pros & Cons
- Lessons Learned from Spring 2020: Student and faculty survey results (Video from June 5 session). 

New & Notable:

Two new programs in the Center for Teaching and Learning:

Peer Teaching Resources & Support Program, coordinated by Teaching Resource Coordinator Cheridy Aduviri.

Blended Learning Innovations in Pedagogy (BLIP) Initiative. (coming soon)

Faculty Playbook

Delivering High-Quality Instruction Online in Response to COVID-19

Are You IN(clusive)? Read, Reflect, Reform. 

CTL’s Book Club

Cyndi Kernahan Video



Presentation Slides



CTL's 15th year Anniversary. Read our history!

Upcoming Events

20-Minute Mentors

These video-based programs are designed to answer a specific question related to teaching and learning. They deliver actionable insights in highly focused 20-minute presentations designed to fit busy schedules (access instructions).

Access the CTL Library

Check out our free library for OSU faculty/staff located in the LINC 4th floor faculty lounge (Room 468). View the flyer for more information and view the list of books.