CSALT is the Faculty

 

Faculty discuss ways to improve their syllabus.

 

Faculty at Syllabus Redesign Conference

 

Faculty at the Syllbus Redesign Conference

 

Faculty discuss ways to improve make their syllabus more acessible to students at the Syllabus Redesign Conference on January 13, 2011.

Assoc. Provost Ellen Junn presents award to Dr. Roy M. Bohlin

CSALT Kick-off - Oct. 8, 2009

Associate Provost, Dr. Ellen Junn acknowledges the work of Dr. Roy M. Bohlin

 

What is the Center for the Scholarly Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CSALT)?

The Center for the Scholarly Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CSALT) works closely with Technology Innovations for Learning and Teaching (TILT):

To transform learners through an inspired faculty using both traditional and innovative evidence-based pedagogy and technology.

Introduction to the Center

To accomplish those goals, CSALT works with TILT,  and Information and Outreach Services (IOS) have organized the following:

  • Organize faculty development workshops
  • Syllabus and Course Enhancement in Action Workshop (formerly SER August 2010-Dr. Welty speakingSyllabus Enhancement and Redesign)
  • TWISTERS Conference and Workshop
  • Critical Thinking Workshops
  • Faculty Learning Communities

History of the Center

The Center for the Scholarly Advancement of Learning and Teaching (CSALT) began on Thursday, October 8th by outlining twelve new programs and initiatives, and acknowledging its roots in the 1989 Faculty Professional Development Center and in 1994, the Center for Enhancement of Teaching and Learning under the direction of Dr. Lynda Harding and the Dr. Roy Bohlin.

Have an idea for a program or workshop?

Contact Ida M. Jones, Director

Center for the Scholarly Advancement of Learning and Teaching

Henry Madden Library 1110

Phone: (559) 278-2819