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Launched in the fall of 2017, the Center for Teaching and Learning Blog expands our efforts to reach the Georgia Tech community and beyond. The blog features various categories of content including:

  • Campus Voices: articles written by others outside CTL
  • Commentary: features on news and trends in high education
  • Events: brief articles on upcoming CTL and other events related to teaching and learning
  • News: local and national happenings in teaching and learning
  • Reviews: articles may include book reviews and educational technology reviews
  • Teaching Tips: short articles providing practical measures for enhancing teaching and learning
  • Technology: articles focusing on educational technology

During the 2016-17 fiscal year, the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) engaged over 4,500 members of the Georgia Tech community through programming, events and services. Some highlights of the Center for Teaching and Learning during that time period included:

  • 738 consultations by specialists in faculty development, preparing future faculty and learning technology
  • 85 faculty participating in Faculty Learning Communities
  • 465 attendees at Teaching Assistant Orientations
  • 964 students enrolled in CTL courses focusing on TA training, career development, and teaching
  • 509 workshop participants in areas of faculty teaching and learning (256), preparing future faculty (348), and learning technology (72)
  • 609 service tickets resolved by learning technology specialists
  • redesign of Tech to Teaching Program
  • initial planning and launch of the Provost Teaching & Learning Fellows Program
  • onboarding with the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (CIRTL)