CTL's Celebration of Quality Teaching!

CTL celebrated its 2nd Spring Celebration on May 30, 2024. For those who were unable to attend you may view the recorded event. Celebration Video

Guest speaker, Nathan Kirk, Ph.D., from the Department of Integrative Biology and winner of the 2023 OSU Faclty Teaching Excellence Award, presented "One job not two: Breaking down the distinction between teaching and scholarship. Nathan Kirk's Presentation


New! Artificial intelligence podcast

Tune in to season one of the podcast AI on Campus hosted by Oregon State University's Center for Teaching and Learning. Each episode features interviews with OSU faculty and staff who highlight ways that generative AI is transforming their teaching, learning, research, and daily work. Join CTL for insightful discussions on the many ethical considerations and practical use cases surrounding AI on Campus.


New! Call for Blended Learning Fellowship Nominations

CTL is accepting nominations and self-nominations for a 2024-25 Blended Learning Faculty Fellow. The Fellow will  have opportunities to be involved in faculty development around blended learning and will support CTL's strategic goals of enhancing student success while developing a culture of teaching innovation. Apply by June 10. 


New! Deadline extended for faculty learning communities:

The Center for Teaching and Learning and Academic Technologies are offering two Fall '24 faculty learning communities for teaching faculty. Consider participation in either the Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Community or the Teaching and AI Faculty Learning Community. Join us on this journey to strengthen teaching excellence. Apply by June 12. Funding provided.


Impact the future of online education through research

Each year, the OSU Ecampus Research Unit funds projects, up to $25,000 each, to support the research, development, and scholarship efforts of faculty in online education. Many OSU colleagues have had transformative experiences in the Ecampus Research Fellows Program. Recent Fellows studies highlight the ways in which these projects have advanced research in online/hybrid education. Ecampus Research Unit staff is available to help you develop the scope of your research project proposal. Contact Naomi Aguiar, associate director of research, with questions. Submission deadline: November 1, 2024.


Guidance for Instructional Faculty on 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 AI Tools: Implications for Teaching and Learning.