The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) offers a broad catalogue of services to support the pedagogical efforts and development of our faculty at Wright State University: instructional design, active learning innovation, online learning, digital technologies, and our robust, university learning management system (Pilot) are some of the targeted service areas. Our overarching mission within the Center is to provide relevant, current faculty development services. We believe in providing the solid foundation necessary to ensure a quality-teaching environment on our physical and virtual campus.
- Instructional Design
Meet with one of the CTL Instructional Designers for ideas, advice and assistance with developing online, face-to-face, and blended courses.
- Pilot Support
The CTL offers support for faculty using the Pilot Learning Management System. Pilot training workshops, open labs and one-on-one consultations are available.
- Teaching Strategies
Collaborate with Instructional Designers to develop innovative and engaging teaching strategies for the classroom.
- Teaching Feedback
CTL offers faculty many ways to obtain thoughtful, confidential feedback on the specific elements of their student interactions that most concern them.
- Distance Education
We offer support for faculty creating distance education courses through the use of the Distance Education creative team.
- Multimedia Services
Consult with a digital technology expert on design and creation of multimedia presentations, course materials for the classroom, CD-ROMs and other electronic delivery modes. We also convert existing computer files from one format to another.
- Faculty Development
Faculty interested in learning more about innovative teaching technologies, techniques, and opportunities should be sure to peruse our always-evolving list of upcoming workshops. In addition, CTL can offer individual and small-group workshops on any teaching-related topics. If you have a great idea for a workshop, be sure to contact us!