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Welcome to Your CTL

The Center for Teaching and Learning offers instructional design services, internal workshops on various topics (such as use of PILOT, course design, educational tools, scale up classrooms, distance learning and classroom management), classroom observations and consultation, pre and post-award grant consultation and support, universal design for learning and accessibility guidance, midterm evaluations, book clubs, personal consultation and troubleshooting, consultation on evaluative measures within a course, active learning cohorts, writing boot camp facilitation and space, and external programs such as webinars and Quality Matters training. Space and educational technologies are also available for design and experimentation purposes.  Learning management system (PILOT), distance learning and other educational technology hardware/systems support and consultation are also offered through the CTL.


Thursday, January 30, 2020, 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
023 Dunbar Library
Monday, February 3, 2020, 10:00 am to 11:30 am
023 Dunbar Library
Thursday, February 6, 2020, 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm
023 Dunbar Library

Featured News

Featured Services

instructional design iconInstructional Design

Whether you’re developing a new course or redesigning an existing one, CTL instructional designers are here to support all your course development needs.

pilot help iconPilot Support

The CTL provides Pilot training and support for all Wright State teaching faculty, staff, and graduate assistants.


Getting Started with Pilot

Welcome to Fall Semester 2019!  To help you get started with Pilot, we have a handy checklist of some Pilot tips/reminders to ensure a succssful start to your semester.

Haunted by Technology 2019

The Center for Teaching & Learning welcomes faculty & staff to a spooky, fall-themed open house on Thursday, October 31st from 12pm to 2pm in 023 Dunbar Library. Come as you are or wear your costume! Learn about the new annotation tool in Pilot, enjoy our candy buffet, and brainstorm work

Dr. Ann Stalter Honored with 2019 ACHNE Award

Dr. Ann Stalter, Associate Professor of Nursing, received the 2019 Outstanding Community/Public Health Nursing Education Award. Dr. Stalter, who also serves on the CTL Faculty Advisory Board, was given the award by the Association of Community Health Nursing Educators (ACHNE).

Dr. Lisa Kenyon elected to NSTA Board of Directors

Dr. Lisa Kenyon, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, was elected board director of the National Science Teachers Association’s (NSTA) college science teaching division. Dr. Kenyon, who also serves on the CTL Faculty Advisory Board, will begin her three-year term on June 1st, 2019.