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Consultation
 
For everyone's health and safety, during the Fall 2020 Semester, CATL is providing their full range of services, but doing so remotely. We are still available to help you with regular interactive webinars and with personalized, individual consultations. Email CATL@uwgb.edu with any questions and to set up individual consultations.
 

Latest News

End-of-Semester CATL “Office Hours” (Drop-Ins and Webinars)
We’ve blocked off time on our calendars on weekdays from Nov. 30 through Dec. 30 to hold drop-in sessions around topics or whatever else you might need to discuss, so please stop in via Collaborate Ultra or request a consultation if you aren’t able to make these times. Check out CATL’s full calendar with all [...]
Follow-up Resources for Academic Integrity Panel & Workshop
Many thanks to our panelists Bill Dirienzo, Nichole LaGrow, and Mark Olkowski for leading a conversation around academic integrity for our campus. Below are some clips from the panel that helped steer our discussion—feel free to comment below or join us in the Solidarity Café. Videos segments from the panel Resources to Follow Up on [...]
J-Term with CATL
CATL is eager to spend January with you! There are options below for people who wish to reconnect with colleagues and some for those who wish to deepen their relationship with distance education.
Virtual Instructional Development Institute: Making Meaningful Connections
CATL and the Instructional Development Council invites applicants to either lead or present synchronous sessions or submit asynchronous resources for our Virtual Instructional Development Institute on January 19 & 21, 2021. More information on how to apply may be found here. We also look forward to your attendance. It will be more fun if you are there!

 

Instructional Development Institute

IDI 2021  |   Making Meaningful Connections 

Jan. 19 & 21  |   Virtual

The Instructional Development Institute is held at UW-Green Bay each January hosted by the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning and the Instructional Development Council. This conference features a series of workshops and presentations exploring teaching & learning practices, pedagogical issues, specific challenges in instruction, high-impact practices, and more.

Our Mission

We partner with faculty to promote a culture of continuous improvement in teaching by investigating and engaging with evidence-based best practices, professional development opportunities, the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL), and the cultivation of reflective learning communities. Our ultimate goal is to engender lifelong learning in instructors to enhance the student experience.

CATL Toolbox

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Where to Begin?

Sometimes just knowing where to start is the hard part. CATL has assembled a number of quick-start guides, top-10 lists, and other resources to get you started in improving instruction.

Foundations of Teaching with Canvas

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A Self-Paced Course

Are you interested in learning more about how Canvas can support your in-person, hybrid, blended, or online course? Sign up for the Foundations of Teaching with Canvas asynchronous, on-your-own training course. The course aims to lay the groundwork of using Canvas as a platform for teaching.