We provide leadership in instructional efforts, work with faculty and others to ensure excellence in teaching practices in all learning environments, and support the development, implementation, and maintenance of policies and standards for teaching and learning.

The majority of Spring term courses will be taught remotely or online because the coronavirus is not yet under control in our region or in many of the regions where our students live. A small number of classes for which online or remote delivery is not effective will be offered face-to-face or using a hybrid model. In addition to the comprehensive support for all forms of teaching and learning that you will encounter throughout the CATL website, consult our Instructional Resiliency Guide to find key resources for remote instruction.

Instructional Resiliency Guide           Spring Professional Development

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The Commons is where you’ll find faculty-curated resources for teaching and learning, and information about all Center activities. Faculty may submit resources and information for dissemination to the University community.



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The Center provides instructional and curriculum resources for active and engaged learning as well as thorough guides for developing and using digital tools for teaching. Browse by topic to find great ideas to support you and your students.


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The Center sponsors programs to implement best practices and innovate new practices in teaching and learning. Whether you want to attend a peer-to-peer workshop to refine a single assessment, join a learning community to reflect on your practice, or embark on a comprehensive course redesign, you’ll find a program for you. 


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Whether you’re teaching in a classroom or online, are new to teaching or have been here for years, looking for a quick Moodle tip or planning to redesign an entire course, the Center staff is here to help. In addition to ongoing programs and resources, the Center offers consultative services to faculty and staff seeking to advance their instruction — reach out any time!