The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning hosts meetings for groups actively involved or interested in initiatives and ongoing projects.
Online and Blended Teaching Group
During the first part of the meetings, attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions, discuss concerns, and share resources related to their online and blended courses. Then, each session, we will be discussing effective strategies, practices, and approaches for online, blended, or tech-enhanced courses. Meetings are open to UWM faculty, academic staff, and teaching assistants who are interested in or have taught online, blended, or tech-enhanced classes.
Please look for the next group meeting on the CETL Workshop Calendar.
Northwest Quadrant Active Learning Classroom User’s Group
The ALC Committee and Center for Excellent in Teaching and Learning (CETL) hosts an NWQ ALC instructor User’s Group on several Fridays 12:30‐1:30 in NWQ ALC 1921 during the first half of the spring pilot semester 2015. The purpose of these informal gatherings is to exchange successful strategies, raise issues and share questions with other instructors and direct instructors to resources and each other. There will not be a formal program or workshop unless otherwise announced.
Please look for the next group meeting on the NWQ ALC Initiative page.