Archived Events

February 08, 2017
We can all agree that engaging are students as active participants in their own learning is a good thing, but figuring out how to do that can be daunting (especially in large courses). This won’t be... read more
February 02, 2017
Come take a deeper dive into the science behind much of our guidance and get some hands-on time thinking through how to apply it in your own courses. We will explore the evidence for active learning... read more
January 27, 2017
As demand for accountability grows, institutions are being asked to present data to document their accomplishments, particularly in the area of student success. Hear Jeff Gold of California State... read more
January 23, 2017
The Graduate School and the TLTC will host a campus-wide orientation for graduate student who are serving in teaching roles. The orientation is open for both new and returning teaching assistants and... read more
January 18, 2017
Portfolio Retreat
The TLTC and Graduate School are offering a three-day Teaching Portfolio Retreat free of charge to graduate students. If you have served as a teaching assistant or instructor... read more
January 13, 2017
Spend the day with colleagues and the TLTC staff to learn about some of the most compelling research on teaching practices and course design to enhance student learning outcomes, increase student... read more
January 11, 2017
Technology Workshop
Whether you’ve been using ELMS for years or just started and want to dive into more features, there are always more ways to get your ELMS on. Come joins us for a hands-on workshop covering topics... read more
January 09, 2017
Technology Workshop
This workshop is designed for instructors who are new to ELMS or just want to learn more about some of the fundamentals of using the system. No prerequisite knowledge is required. Topics include:... read more
November 30, 2016
The best way to design a course is to do it backwards, as odd as that sounds.  Join us for a hands-on workshop to help you create meaningful, measurable learning outcomes that define your course... read more
November 21, 2016
Most faculty (and academic units) want their students to develop critical thinking skills, yet it is not always explicitly clear how that is supposed to happen.  Luckily, we have designed... read more