News & Features
Columbia instructors can now request teaching observations from the CTL to get a fresh perspective on their teaching goals and receive feedback from a trained consultant.
This spring, the CTL is offering a range of programs for Columbia faculty, from workshops to multi-day institutes, that emphasize community-building, hands-on activities, and the exchange of ideas across disciplines.
Professor Bette Weneck and her students break history out of the archives in a digital exhibition project launched in the course she teaches, History of Education in New York City. Learn more about this project in our latest Faculty Spotlight.
Dr. Ivana Hughes, Director of Frontiers of Science, shares her experience participating in the CTL’s Reflective Teaching Seminar this past fall. “I was pleasantly surprised…to realize that there was so much that I could and did take away from this wonderful program.”
The Office of the Provost has launched two new Request for Proposals (RFPs) for funding opportunities for Columbia faculty who are looking to integrate new educational technologies into their classroom and online teaching.