The Teaching & Learning Forum was created by a group of faculty in 1992. The Forum offers retreats, book groups, workshops, collaborative projects, and other initiatives in support of faculty development. Activities are directed by the Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (TLA) Committee , a standing committee of the Faculty Senate, and the appointed coordinator who also serves as chair of the TLA Committee. Forum offices are located in Room 57 of the South lower level of the Stewart Library. The office is staffed year round. Please visit our library of books and materials on teaching and learning, including updated versions of MLA, APA and AMA manuals for publication and editing.
On the horizon:
New Faculty Retreat 2014!
We will be having our annual New Faculty Retreat August 14-16 at Zermatt Resort and Spa in Midway, UT. If you are a new faculty member, or a second year faculty member who was not able to attend last year, please fill out the registration form here.
Summer Learning Series: Current Trends in Teaching
Join other faculty for lunch and discussions of current trends in teaching. Sessions will be presented by other faculty members and TLF staff. Participants will also receive free take away items related to the topics of each session.
Take a look at all other upcoming events here.
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