ARCHIVED: What is the IUB Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning?
The CITL is a partnership of the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and University Information Technology Services. By bringing together a wide range of instructional consultants, the CITL offers a comprehensive approach to supporting teaching at IUB, providing both "one-stop shopping" and a more collaborative and dynamic way of addressing complex teaching issues.
- Assists faculty and graduate students in and out of the classroom with the development, implementation, and evaluation of teaching, technology, and course innovations
- Offers specialized workshops and grants related to course design and the implementation of active learning strategies
- Provides assistance in exploring and integrating technologies into university teaching and learning
- Serves both as a working environment and a contact area for faculty, instructors, and campus instructional technology providers in the design, development, implementation, and assessment of teaching and learning materials for both classroom and distributed education
- Provides consultation to faculty members and graduate students on the use of writing in classes
- Conducts research into the efficacy of writing instruction
- Operates Writing Tutorial Services (WTS), which offers guidance to students at all stages of the writing process
- Assists in connecting community engagement with course-based learning, coordinating service-learning and community-based research for the Bloomington campus in cooperation with school-based and co-curricular initiatives
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Last modified on 2014-10-15.
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