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Programs and Events

Programs and Events

The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment (CTLA) provides opportunities for instructors to engage in a variety of meaningful professional learning experiences. Our signature and partner programs and events support the development and refinement of evidence-based and innovative instructional strategies that promote OHIO's vision for teaching and learning excellence.

These programs and events recognize the interests of instructors across a career — including the development of an appreciation for scholarly teaching to project leadership through implementation, instructional mentoring and scholarship and discipline-based educational research. CTLA offerings are open to faculty, instructors and graduate student instructors (GSIs).

Career Support Timeline

Workshops, sessions and series are designed to respond to particular instructor needs and Ohio University teaching and learning priorities and highlight expertise at OHIO.

  • Early Career and Graduate Student Instructors

    • Establish foundation of evidence-based instruction and assessment
    • Appreciate scholarly teaching and research
  • Mid-Career

    • Deepen practice of implementation and assessment
    • Share developed skillsets
    • Publish scholarship
  • Advanced Career

    • Mentor Colleagues
    • Lead Programs
    • Conduct longitudinal, University-wide research

Upcoming Programs and Events

See all CTLA and Partner Events

Tuesday, April 23 Gamifying STEM Classrooms 2:00 PM — 3:30 PM McGuffey Hall
Wednesday, April 24 SoTL Wednesday Writing Group 11:00 AM — 1:00 PM McGuffey Hall

CTLA External Development Partners' Ongoing and Annual Programs

Through CTLA's external partnerships, faculty and staff can access additional programs and events for free.

  • Ohio College Teaching Consortium

    The Ohio College Teaching Consortium (OCTC) promotes student success and equips instructors at Ohio's colleges and universities with evidence-based teaching strategies. OCTC recognizes the commitment of instructors who pursue instructional excellence.

  • Strategic Ohio Council for Higher Education

    The Strategic Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE) connects students, educators, government, businesses, employers and other organizations to share information, provide access professional development opportunities and close workforce gaps through increasing internships and research projects.

  • National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity

    The National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity (NCFDD) is an independent professional development, training and mentoring community of faculty, postdocs and graduate students from over 450 colleges and universities.