Take Your Teaching to the Next Level

Join the Spring '24 Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Community to build resilience into your teaching practice. You'll learn from experts at CTL and Academic Technologies while collaborating with OSU faculty who share your passion for teaching. Don't miss this opportunity to become a more resilient and effective educator. See the call for participation. Apply by March 1. Funding provided.


Ready, Set, AI!

Join the Center and Learning (CTL) and Academic Technologies (AT) for a Spring '24 faculty learning community addressing Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its impact on higher education. We will explore how we respond to the immediate impact of AI in education,  develop proactive strategies, and hear from students and experts. See the call for participation. Apply by March 1. Funding provided.


Register NOW! Mutual Mentors Institute

MMI is a 5-week hybrid institute offering opportunities to learn and apply proven interpersonal skills, targeted data collection processes, and structured reflective dialogue to conduct peer classroom observations.

Dates: April 1 - May 3.


Register NOW! Assessment Matters Bootcamp

This two-hour workshop provides opportunities to learn constructive and impactful ways to use assessment to build stronger, more flexible courses. Leave prepared to utilize assessment strategies to deeply analyze the effectiveness of your course by developing quality learning outcomes, aligning assessments, and using data to drive improvement.

Friday, May 10 | 9 -11 AM | LINC 345 | ZOOM registration


Register NOW! Course Design Bootcamp

This two-hour workshop provides opportunities to learn crucial decision-making approaches to (re)design a course, such as working backwards. Leave prepared to start the (re)design of a course after thinking about its alignment of learning outcomes, assessments, and learning activities!

Friday, May 17 | 1 - 2:50 PM | Austin 126 | Zoom Registration


Register NOW! Mutual Mentors Bootcamp

This two-hour workshop provides opportunities to learn and practice proven interpersonal skills, questioning techniques, and structured conversational tools to use while mentoring others.

Friday, May 24 | 1 - 2:50 PM | LINC 345 | Zoom Registration


Guidance for Faculty on ChatGPT and Other AI Tools

Wondering about the pros and cons of generative AI tools in teaching and learning? What can you tell your students? For guidance and resources, see ChatGPT and Other AI Tools.