Educational Technology Consulting and Training

Services for faculty and other course creators that optimize their effectiveness in using teaching and learning technologies.

  • Information Technology tools and systems supported by Disability Services that facilitate accommodations, discourse and engagement to promote a universally accessible learning environment for all.

  • Offered by CTL, the Active Learning Academy (ALA) is a group open to all faculty who are interested in using active learning techniques, learning from peers, and promoting the adoption of active learning across campus.

  • CTL facilitated Adjunct Faculty Learning Community is a form of professional development that brings together a small group of cross-disciplinary faculty members.

  • Service offered by CTL that provides training and instruction with the applications that are integrated with Canvas.

  • Center for Teaching and Learning offers the opportunity for faculty to be observed by members who have been publicly recognized for excellence in teaching.

  • The Office of Distance Education supports course development, funding, course evaluation, marketing, management of enrollment, and all administrative matters related to distance education courses. The Center for Teaching and Learning partners with faculty in all aspects of instructional design and development for distance education courses, including the Quality Matters review process.

  • The Office of Academic Affairs, the Center for Teaching and Learning, and the Graduate School collaborate with Ph.D. programs to offer a Provost??s Doctoral Teaching Program. The purpose of the Provost??s Doctoral Teaching Program is to introduce doctoral students to effective teaching practices and to help prepare them to pursue careers in academia.

  • GoSignMeUp is an Online Workshop Registration Management tool that allows faculty and staff to quickly register for desired CTL training offerings.

  • The Center for Teaching and Learning provides instructional consultation and advising to individual faculty, faculty groups, or departments to address emerging teaching and learning needs around the university.

  • Advising services for course structure and delivery provided by departments to faculty in their departments.

  • The Center for Teaching and Learning provides instructional support for individual faculty, faculty groups, or departments seeking to create professionally developed videos for online, blended, and face-to-face courses.

  • The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) provides Large Course Redesign services to help faculty members and departments to improve large enrollment courses.

  • Video development support for individual faculty, staff, faculty groups, or departments seeking to create professionally developed videos for non-instructional activities.

  • Quality Matters (QM) is a faculty-centered, peer review process that is designed to certify the quality of online and blended courses.

  • The scholarship of teaching and learning involves the disciplinary, cross-disciplinary, and inter-disciplinary study of teaching practice and student learning.

  • Media Kits provided by AISLE and certain departments specifically for self-created media related to classroom and teaching activities.

  • The Teachers Observing Peers (TOP) program provides UNC Charlotte faculty members with an opportunity to observe peers representing a variety of disciplines implementing interactive methods in a live classroom setting.