Specific thematic series open to all faculty, where CITLS staff, faculty, and/or external speakers lead discussions on topics relevant to classroom teaching (e.g. Inclusive Teaching & Excellence, Mentoring Research Students, Teaching Strategies, Activities and Assessments series).
Each semester, a series of programs on how faculty use various forms of instructional technology is developed by Learning and Research Technologies and is jointly sponsored by the Center. The series, called Teach and Tech, is listed in the Center calendar. Additional partnerships on programming occur between the Center and Skillman Library, the College Writing Program, the Dyer Center, the Landis Center, and others. Occasional programs are also held throughout the term on specific topics as requested by the faculty and departments. The Center also offers Faculty Writing Retreats in partnership with the Director of Sponsored Research. See the Center calendar for more information.
Includes a multi-day program in August to orient all faculty new to Lafayette, in addition to regular conversations throughout the year. More information can be found here.
The Center manages learning communities on practice that meet regularly to share resources, network and more. Current communities of practice are listed on the CITLS website. Faculty and administrative staff are welcome to inquire about joining these communities.
Initiatives and events held in collaboration with other colleges and universities in the LVAIC consortium. See: https://www.lvaic.org
Opportunities for faculty to obtain formative feedback on their teaching (e.g. Lafayette Teaching Squares Program).
The Center has a small library in 101 Hogg Hall where faculty are welcome to check out books focused on pedagogy. Please use the following link to access the current inventory: https://www.zotero.org/groups/2061739/citls/items/collectionKey/N5RBRI4Q