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The Center for the Enhancement of Learning, Teaching, and University Assessment

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Recommended Books to Borrow from CELTUA Library

Education for a Digital World (2013), Luppicini.

Teaching Tip

Low stakes assignments help instructors know what students are learning in both online and face-to-face courses. Using Classroom Assessment Techniques: A Proactive Approach for Online Learning.

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The Nahiteeheeyoni Service Learning Award was presented to C. Lee Harrington at the 2013 Lilly International Conference on College Teaching

What is the Center for the Enhancement of Learning, Teaching, and University Assessment (CELTUA)?

CELTUA is a community where:

  • We support long-term and short-term communities for faculty growth and inquiry (e.g., FLCs, FLINGs, workshops/seminars);

  • We support innovative teaching through projects, grants and awards (e.g., Top 25 project, grants, Knox award);

  • We bring to Miami the best of the scholarship of teaching and learning (e.g., Lilly Conference on College Teaching, Journal on Excellence in College Teaching);

  • We support departments and programs in their work to assess their effectiveness as educators in their discipline;

  • We work with other programs to enhance and celebrate teaching and learning at Miami.

Our mission is to embody and promote engagement with scholarly and reflective teaching practices to support the intellectual development of faculty and students as members of a diverse community.

What are people saying?

"Transition and adjustment are the two words that best describe my experiences as a new assistant professor at Miami University. Participating in the New-Faculty Teaching Enhancement Program (NFTEP) assisted with my role as a faculty member at a new institution which emphasizes the importance of teaching. I realize that my transition from a doctoral student to a new assistant professor is not "unique;" however, it is comforting to be part of a Miami University new faculty cohort. Meeting other new faculty members, who were also having a difficult time adjusting, was assuaging. CELT is, and will be, a valuable resource for my professional development as a university professor. As a result, I am reassured knowing that whatever problems arise within the classroom, there are many people who will assist me with resolving any teaching issue."
--NFTEP participant

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