CTL helps instructors with all aspects of their teaching development through a variety of programming including consultations, workshops, courses, and online resources.
Throughout the year, CTL staff provide workshops and courses on a variety of teaching-related topics.
The staff at the Centre for Teaching and Learning would be happy to meet with you to discuss aspects related to teaching and learning at the University of Alberta.
The CTL supports instructors at the university to effectively use educational technologies and spaces.
Teaching with Writing
The Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) Program works with instructors to help their students think critically and write clearly.
Concepts in Course Design
Practice activities that you can apply toward creating or recreating a course that is well-balanced and student-focused.
Pedagogical Research (SoTL)
CTL provides resources, workshops, grants, and consultations to support and conduct SoTL research and to connect scholars across the institution.
CTL is available to consult with individual instructors who wish to write/review their course learning outcomes.
Anonymously solicit students’ perceptions of what they are experiencing in courses and allows instructors to respond to those experiences.
Should a department of faculty wish to review their curriculum for alignment and coherence, student learning outcomes across a program, sequencing and continuity, inquiry-based learning and the like, CTL’s curriculum experts are able to provide counsel to guide the process.