Center for Teaching, Learning & Engagement (CTLE)
The Center for Teaching, Learning and Engagement supports the teaching and learning needs of students and employees by providing:
- Professional development opportunities;
- Research-based best practices in innovative instructional strategies, pedagogy and andragogy;
- Technology training;
- Access to technology for teaching and learning;
- Opportunities for networking, reflection, community building and collaboration.
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Help & Support
We welcome your questions on Canvas, instructional design, instructional technology, instructional media, online/hybrid teaching, and face-to-face teaching. Contact us to arrange for consulting services, customized training and workshops at the college, department and individual levels.
Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Mon. - Thurs. 7 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
The CTLE is located in the High Tech Center 2 building. Our space features a high tech classroom designed with active learning in mind, spaces for faculty to relax, work and collaborate, and an open lab for hands-on assistance.
Settle in at our reception area for a quick meeting or quiet small group discussion.
With innovative technology and collaborative tools, the Robinson Room is available for faculty to use for a single session or series of class sessions. Take a virtual tour, check availability, or make a reservation.
Our Collaboration Space can be reserved for meetings, small events and webinars. The space includes a relaxing lounge, whiteboards, learning library, computer and wall monitor. Make a reservation.
Instructional Media Studio
The Instructional Media Studio offers video and audio recording capabilities to create instructional materials for your courses and provide audio feedback to your students on assignments. Work on your own, or get training included with your session. Make a reservation.
Drop in during our hours of operation and sign into an Open Lab workstation for help with Canvas, SIS, or any other start- or end-of-semester tasks. Or just hang out with us while you work independently.