This Week for Faculty: The CTL is here to assist as you develop a new course

by | Mar 12, 2024

Are you developing a new course for Fall 2024? The CTL’s Course Design Support services and resources are available to assist you as you embark on designing syllabi and curricula.

Schedule a consultation
The CTL is available to assist you at whatever stage of your course design process. Consultants can provide feedback on draft syllabi, course assessments, and more. Contact us at to schedule a consultation.

Explore related on-demand resources
CTL resources and guides are available anytime and from anywhere. Use them as a starting point and reach out with questions and for further assistance.

Designing an Inclusive Syllabus
Explore general strategies for inclusive syllabus design, dive deeper into specific syllabus elements, and reflect on your syllabus with a focus on inclusivity.

Designing Assignments for Learning
Reimagine what assessment of student learning can look like. Explore the elements of assignment design and consider authentic assessments that align with course or curricular objectives.

Course Design Essentials
This playlist includes four narrated videos to guide you through the backward design process as you articulate learning objectives, determine assessments of student learning, and plan for teaching and learning activities.

Looking to innovate in your course or curricula design?

Looking to try something new in a course or reimagine your curricula? Consider applying for a Provost’s Teaching and Learning Grant to support your teaching innovations and impact your students’ learning. Schedule a consultation with the CTL to discuss your innovative teaching idea and/or proposal. Email

Provost’s Teaching and Learning Grants RFP Town Hall 
March 18, 12:00-1:15pm, online – Register

Wondering about the kinds of projects that are eligible for Office of the Provost’s Teaching and Learning Grants? Have a question about the different types of grants this year and which might be the best fit for your idea? Attend our Town Hall to learn more about the Request for Proposals (RFPs) and the application process.

Join the Conversation: Thinking About the Value of AI in Higher Education with Google’s Jeff Rubenstein

Provost's Conversations on Online Learning

Join the upcoming Provost’s Conversation on Online Learning (PCoOL) event on March 14, “The Value of AI in Higher Education: A Conversation with Jeff Rubenstein.” Jeff Rubenstein, Education Cloud Product Manager at Google, will discuss the ways in which AI can transform and bring value to education.

Date & Time: Thursday, March 14, 4:00-5:00pm

Location: Butler Library, Room 203

Reach out to us!

Office Hours 
Join us for office hours via Zoom (or phone) Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm to have your teaching with instructional technology questions answered, or schedule an in-person appointment any time by contacting

Schedule an in-person or virtual consultation to discuss any teaching and learning need by emailing or email the CTL Learning Designer assigned to your school or department