Supporting Faculty Series

Other Resources

Learning Pedagogy

Learning Pedagogy: Best Practices – Spring 2022 Geared toward new and long-time faculty alike, the Learning Pedagogy – Best Practices

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1898 Reading Group: 1619 Book Discussion

The CTL invites interested faculty to take part in the next ‘1898 Reading Group’ event to discuss The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story, by Nicole Hannah-Jones. Facilitated by Reggie Shuford (civil rights lawyer and activist) and Greg Lindquist (Visiting Assistant Professor at HAD).

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Designing Equity

We’re pleased to share the recording of the “Designing Equity” symposium, hosted by newly accepted 2022 Faculty Fellow, Jerrod Delaine.

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Links to Outside Resources

Teaching & Learning Library

The Teaching & Learning Library is a collaboration between the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Library to provide access to books and other resources that promote and support pedagogical development on campus. These resources are available both in the collection as well as at the CTL office and cover a  range of topics and interests.

CTL Libguide

Use the CTL Libguide to access:

  • The Teaching and Learning book collection
  • Journals for Scholarship of Teaching and Learning research
  • Selected articles and web-guides on teaching strategies and theory
  • Library resources, databases and research help


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