The Center for Teaching and Learning serves the Academic Division at Cedarville University by promoting innovation and excellence in teaching and learning and by providing a variety of consulting, technical, professional development, and production services.
Interested in working with us? Contact us through the CTL Project Request form in myCU to start the conversation, even if you don’t see the type of project you’re interested in listed here.
The CTL provides a variety of consulting services, including working with faculty on course development, program reviews, course objectives, as well as course reviews or revisions. If you have a problem area in one of your courses, we have a solution.
The CTL can help you evaluate your course and find appropriate technical solutions for problems you may be encountering. Additionally, we provide editing services. If you have large sections of written content in your course, the CTL can help you ensure that it's presented in a way that students can easily understand.
The CTL produces a variety of course elements, including video, audio, and text-based content. If you want to create a course-related video series; audio segments; or large content pieces including text and visual elements, contact the CTL through myCU.
The CTL produces materials, seminars, and workshops to help faculty grow in their craft. Previous sessions can be found on FOCUS or the Teaching at CU course. Future sessions will be announced through Campus Today.
FOCUS is a weekly blog highlighting all things teaching and learning. Whether you want to know about best practices for a particular learning strategy or Canvas tool, FOCUS has the answers. View the FOCUS blog and subscribe for updates.
Have a question about how to use a particular Canvas tool? Have you run into a problem somewhere in Canvas and need help? Canvas support will answer those questions and resolve those problems. Contact them via live chat (available through the "help" menu in Canvas) or phone (x7905, option 1).
Teaching at CU
Teaching at CU is your one-stop-shop for everything related to teaching and learning. Whether you're looking for information about recording videos, best practice for building out courses in Canvas, or tips for adding online elements to your face-to-face classes, this resource course has the answers.
"Transform Your Teaching" Podcast
In the Transform Your Teaching podcast hosted by the CTL, you’ll be encouraged in your teaching as we discuss innovative teaching practices. Episodes will be released weekly, and the podcast can be found on all major podcasting platforms.