CTL-BU Hub Opportunities to Learn and Share

This Spring, the BU Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) and the BU Hub will be teaming up once again with new offerings! Please browse the information below to find out more.

Hub Course Development Information Session: For faculty who are thinking of revising or developing a course to include Hub outcomes for Spring 2022. If you would like to learn more about the Hub course development and submission process or to hear suggestions on how to integrate Hub outcomes into your course, there are two information sessions coming up. Click the links below to register:

New funding opportunity: CTL and the Hub Office are excited to announce a new stipend program for Writing-Intensive courses to be offered in Fall 2021 or Spring 2022. Applications are now open!


Spring 2021 Resources

As you think about your courses and plan for the Spring 2021 semester, check out our guides and resources on teaching in a variety of modalities. Make sure to check back for updates on additional resources. Don’t hesitate to reach out to CTL for to discuss any of these teaching practices.

 

Graduate Student Teaching Support

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The CTL provides ongoing support and professional development opportunities to graduate student instructors through workshops, coffee hours, and the Graduate Teaching Consultant program

Co-hosted by Digital Learning & Innovation (DL&I) and The Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL), the Lightning Talks (LT) are a reflection and learning forum where BU faculty and invited guests identify areas of challenge and opportunity and share strategies for engaging educational experiences in the remote-learning environment. See links below to the Lightning Talk Virtual Library, where you will find complete versions of each topical event as well as individual video presentations, and Spring 2021 LT registration and information page.