- 1 Contingency Planning: Teaching Online
- 1.1 Get Help
- 1.2 This Week for Graduate Students: CTLGrads Summer Book Club: Teaching in Online Spaces
- 1.3 This Week for Faculty: Blended Learning Strategies for Fall 2020
- 1.4 This Week for Faculty: Online Active Learning Strategies for Fall 2020
- 1.5 Faculty Spotlight: Alfredo Spagna and Eunjoo Byeon on Re-Imagining Psychology Lectures as Spaces for Active Learning and Collaboration
- 1.6 This Week for Graduate Students: Representing Your Teaching Summer Intensives: Register Today!
- 1.7 This Week for Faculty: Online Summer Institutes: Apply Today!
- 1.8 Thank-a-Prof Thank-a-TA
CTL has created resources to help instructors adapt to teaching online, including using CourseWorks (Canvas), Zoom, and Panopto. For assistance, see the Get Help section for phone and virtual walk-in hours.
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News & Features
Join our Summer Book Club for graduate students and postdocs.
Plan ahead for Fall 2020 with CTL online offerings on blended learning.
Plan ahead for Fall 2020 with CTL online offerings on active learning.
Faculty Spotlight: Alfredo Spagna and Eunjoo Byeon on Re-Imagining Psychology Lectures as Spaces for Active Learning and Collaboration
As a recipient of the Provost’s Innovative Course Design award, Alfredo Spagna, Lecturer in the Discipline of Psychology and Director of Undergraduate Studies in Neuroscience and Behavior, worked with the CTL to design the new course Fundamentals of Human Neuropsychology with a blended approach.
Wondering how to present your teaching on the academic job market? The CTL is hosting a four-day series of intensive, day-long online workshops entitled Representing Your Teaching Summer Intensives (RYTSI) from July 6-9, 2020.
Plan ahead for Fall 2021 with CTL Summer Institutes and Intensives.
The CTL partners with faculty, graduate students, and colleagues across the institution to support excellence and innovation in teaching and learning.
CTL staff support instructors at Columbia as they transform their classrooms and create engaging learning experiences. In these stories and conversations, instructors reflect back on their experiences.
Thank a professor or teaching assistant for their dedication in teaching and learning.