I am a big fan of Maryellen Weimer’s work. Check out her 2010 book, Inspired College Teaching: A Career-Long Resource for Professional Growth (Jossey-Bass). There’s something for everyone who believes that excellent teaching enhances student learning.
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Question: Besides contributing the “CITL Answers” column to Faculty Focus, what does the CITL do?
Answer: The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) promotes excellent teaching for enhanced student learning. The word “innovation” in the center’s title simply means that as you work toward excellent teaching, new-to-you approaches are explored and used. More broadly, the CITL involves tailored support for any teaching and learning concern. Individual consultations and small group sessions are available to all faculty. Because the CITL promotes ways to enhance student learning, it encompasses three units that offer support for learning: the Lacerte Family Writing and Academic Resource Center, the Disability Services Office, and the Office of Service Learning and Community Action. The CITL also assists the College by investigating and recommending best practices in teaching for student learning in higher education. Frequently this is done through collaborations with other units on campus that promote excellent teaching for enhanced student learning.