Whether you want to learn more about a core area of pedagogy, discuss a pedagogical challenge, or share a classroom victory, we are here for you. Explore our content using the drop down menus above. To schedule a 1-on-1 teaching consultation contact [email protected]. All meetings are confidential, and formative. While we are ready to help with general course design, and revision of assignments, assessments, and syllabi, we are also ready to engage with you on issues that develop during the term and need immediate attention.

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Meet Your New Classroom Technology

Schedule a class tech check to learn more about the upgraded technology in your classrooms.

Fall 2021 Preparation Guides

New & Notable:


The Writing Intensive Curriculum Program - "How to design accessible and engaging course material." Sept 20 | 12 – 12:50 PM | Milam 215 (zoom available).

In this workshop, Design faculty members Christine Gallagher, Deann Garcia, and Andrea Marks will teach easy-to-apply design principles. (You’ll also learn what not to do!) This will be an interactive workshop during which you will learn a range of practical tips and have a chance to apply them to your own course materials. Please bring a copy of a syllabus (printed or on a laptop) to mark up or even change during the workshop. For those attending in person, please note that we will be observing COVID safety measures (distancing and masks).


The Writing Intensive Curriculum Program - Unit heads are invited to nominate faculty for the 2021 WIC Fall Faculty Seminar (see for information, including dates and times). Nominations are due to Sarah Tinker Perrault ([email protected]) by September 21.

The Career Champions program is a professional development opportunity for faculty and instructors to learn tangible ways to add career connection in the classroom, while advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion and examining the barriers to access for first generation students, students of color, and low-income students. Over the course of six weeks, a cohort of 14-15 faculty/instructors will participate in one synchronous session per week and one-two asynchronous hours of work on their own.

The Community for the Advancement of Antiracist Instruction (CAAI) is a faculty learning community led by and for instructors and TAs and co-sponsored by the Center for Teaching and Learning and Faculty Affairs.  In spring of 2021, 15 instructors and TAs and 5 volunteer facilitators came together from colleges across campus for a four-week pilot of this new faculty learning community.  Participants' experience in the community culminated in an antiracist teaching action plan grounded in critical and inclusive pedagogies. CAAI invites you to view participants' experience culminating in their action plan videos

Summer and Fall 2021 Workshops.

MAGNA 20-Minute Mentor Commons - Explore this library of faculty development information. Short videos, 20 minutes or less, on a variety of topics for when you are pressed for time or want new ideas quickly.

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.

Quick References

 A full guide to Designing and Teaching an Effective Remote /Blended Course
 Infographic: Pedagogical Booster Shots
 Infographic: Assessing Group Projects 
 Infographic: Implementing Successful Collaborative Group Work
 Infographic: Motivating Students to Complete Pre-Class Reading
 Infographic: Interactive Lecturing - A Framework for Active Learning

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