- 1 Teaching Online
- 1.1 Get Help
- 1.2 This Week for Faculty: Special Edition: Science and Engineering Teaching Resources
- 1.3 This Week for Graduate Students: Call for Applications: 2020-21 Teaching Assessment Fellows
- 1.4 This Week for Faculty: Planning for Fall 2020: Course Design and Course Materials
- 1.5 This Week for Graduate Students: July Offerings: Representing Your Teaching, “Minds Online” Book Club
- 1.6 This Week for Faculty: How Do You Make Online Classes Accessible?
- 1.7 This Week for Faculty: Reflecting on Spring 2020 and Preparing for Fall
- 1.8 Thank-a-Prof Thank-a-TA
Planning for Fall 2020? CTL has created online resources and workshops to help instructors adapt to teaching online and best prepare for the upcoming semester. Resources and workshops provide guidance on adapting courses to an online or blended format, teaching with technology such as CourseWorks (Canvas), Zoom, and Panopto, and pedagogical strategies for engaging students online.
For assistance, see the Get Help section for phone and virtual walk-in hours.
Get remote one-on-one support from CTL staff.
News & Features
Resources and support for science and engineering faculty.
Applications due by next Monday, 7/20
The CTL offers several ways for faculty to approach online, face-to-face and hybrid course design.
This Week for Graduate Students: July Offerings: Representing Your Teaching, “Minds Online” Book Club
CTL summer offerings for graduate students and postdocs.
As you plan your Fall 2020 courses, keep accessibility and inclusion in mind so that all your students can participate and succeed in the classroom—whether it may be online or in-person. Learn more about Inclusive Teaching Resources from the CTL.
Reflections on teaching in a pandemic from the Provost’s Senior Faculty Teaching Scholars.
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.