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Request for Proposals

The Office of the Provost has launched two new RFPs for Columbia faculty who are looking to integrate new educational technologies into their classroom and online teaching.

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Spring 2017 Programs

The CTL is offering a range of programs for Columbia faculty and instructors, from workshops to multi-day institutes.

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Using Course Management and Collaboration Tools

Learn how to use course management and collaboration tools including CourseWorks (Sakai), CourseWorks (Canvas), and more.

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Upcoming Events


RewirED: Show the Blend

On March 29, 2017 at 12:00 pm

Provost RFPs: Walk-in hours

On March 31, 2017 at 2:00 pm

News & Features

Federica Franze on Gaining Fresh Perspective from a Teaching Observation

Professor Franze, Lecturer in the Department of Italian, participated in a teaching observation as a participant in the Fall 2016 Reflective Teaching Seminar program. We asked her to reflect on the experience and to consider how the feedback she received might inform her future teaching.

Part One of the Women Have Always Worked MOOC Set to Launch on March 8

On March 8, 2017, Columbia University and the Center for Women’s History at the New-York Historical Society will launch Women Have Always Worked: The U.S. Experience 1700 – 1920 – the first part of the Women Have Always Worked MOOC (massive open online course) on the edX platform. Both parts of the course are free and open to all.

Columbia Releases Columbia University and Slavery Website

On January 30, University President Lee C. Bollinger hosted an event in Low Memorial Library for the release of Columbia University and Slavery, a website created by Columbia faculty, students, and CTL staff to present information about Columbia’s historic connections with the institution of slavery to the public.

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In the Spotlight

Watch a video and read excerpts from an interview with Professor Bette Weneck, Associate Director and Lecturer of the Center on History and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University, to learn how she and her students are breaking history out of the archives with a digital exhibition project.