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    The University Teaching & Learning Center (UTLC) is a faculty-driven effort to expand course design and teaching support to all GW faculty members.

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    Are you preparing to design a new course? Does a course you've taught in the past need a refresh? The Course Design Institute will take you through the steps of integrated course design in a supported, congenial environment. At the end of an intensive week of study and work you will emerge with a fully (re)designed syllabus, lots of resources, and a network of dedicated teachers from across GW.

    CDI will run from May 21-25 and is facilitated by GW faculty from across the disciplines as well as UTLC staff. We will begin accepting applications in late January, 2018.


    Spring Workshops

    Bring your lunch and join us in Gelman 219 from 12-1pm for the following interactive sessions:

    • Openings and Closings to Power Your Class (January 29)
    • Assignment Redesign: Tips to Boost Learning (January 30)
    • Active Learning Technique: Small Group Discussion (January 31; repeated at 4-5pm)
    • Beyond Active Learning (February 1)

    In addition, we are hosting a Writing in the Disciplines Round Table in collaboration with the WID Program on February 9 at 1-3 pm in Gelman 301-302. Light refreshments will be provided.

    UTLC Services

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    UTLC Consultations

    The UTLC provides support for research based teaching methods, course design and development, instructional tools, and more. For a UTLC consultation, please complete the consultation form and we will get back to you within three business days.

    Please direct requests for specific technology help (such as using Blackboard or software like iSpring) to the Instructional Technology Lab.

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