Denise Davidson, History:
“The atmosphere in our meetings was always very supportive and collegial. It felt good to be part of a community of colleagues who were sincerely interested in doing all we could to ensure student success.”
Tracy Ediger, Biology:
“I thought that participating in your Faculty Teaching and Learning Community (TaLC) was very beneficial to me as a faculty member teaching online because I could hear from colleagues in other disciplines about their experiences and strategies.”
Ritu Lohtia, Marketing:
“CETLOE has demonstrated tremendous breadth of expertise and a flexible approach to customize the course development to suit the needs of each [Online B.B.A.] faculty member. Faculty have thoroughly enjoyed the disciplined and supportive process and are amazed by the transformed look and feel of their online courses, which are now more engaging for their students.”
Provide professional development opportunities for instructors in all the university's colleges and schools throughout their teaching careers and across all modalities from face-to-face to fully online.
Work collaboratively with instructors on course design and implementation of appropriate instructional technologies to enhance student learning and engagement.
Partner with schools, colleges and departments to help develop and support instructors in delivering exceptional and engaging curricula from associates to doctoral programs.
Ashley J. Holmes is Interim Director of Teaching Effectiveness at CETLOE and Associate Professor of English. She recently published Learning on Location: Place-Based Approaches for Diverse Learners in Higher Education (Routledge, 2023).
Amy Coleman was appointed Chief Learning Innovations Officer for the Center for Excellence in Teaching Learning and Online Education in October 2023. Prior to appointment, Ms. Coleman served as Associate Director of Technology Enhanced Teaching and Learning.