News & Features
The CTL and Columbia University Libraries have released the Digital Literacy Competency Calculator (DLCC) on GitHub. The DLCC is a web-based tool for representing the connection between digital literacy competencies and the teaching and learning practices that produce them.
The CTL has launched a new self-paced, online training course in Courseworks (Canvas). The course is free and open to all members of the Columbia community.
The CTL is accepting applications for the 2017-18 CIRTL Fellowship. This fellowship provides a select STEM doctoral student with the opportunity to serve in a leadership role on campus and participate in networking opportunities with STEM leaders across CIRTL’s 43 member institutions.
The Office of the Provost has announced the winners of the fourth round of the Hybrid Learning Course Redesign and Delivery Request for Proposals (RFP). Eighteen Columbia faculty have been awarded grants to support the redesign, delivery, and evaluation of their courses during the 2017-2018 academic year.
On April 28, a group of select Columbia University doctoral students were able to do something unusual: travel as a group to a peer institution to discuss teaching development and practices. The Ivy Plus Summit at Princeton University was the first inter-institutional gathering for graduate students.
The CTL partners with faculty, graduate students, and colleagues across the institution to support excellence and innovation in teaching and learning.
Watch a video and read excerpts from an interview with Professor Silvia Martins. As a recipient of the Provost’s Hybrid Learning Course Redesign and Delivery award, Martins redesigned her introductory course to help her team of instructors incorporate active learning in post-lecture seminars.