The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology (CTLT) works to develop and sustain transformative teaching and learning environments at UWF with a commitment to quality support, collaborative partnerships, and innovative use of technology.
The CTLT is a centralized physical and virtual space that supports a culture of teaching, helps faculty identify and address problems, provides workshops and training, and collaborates with other campus units to help faculty meet their professional development goals and needs.
The syllabus is essential for sharing your teaching philosophy and how your course works. For Fall 2022, we have created several resources to help you easily update an existing syllabus or write a new one centered around helpful and up-to-date information for your students. Visit our Syllabus toolkit for syllabus templates and evidence-based recommendations for effective student-centered syllabi.
We have officially merged the archive of online resources from CUTLA and GOLD into our new Faculty Resource Guide hosted in Confluence.
This space gives on-demand access to information and resources that support ongoing professional development and transformative teaching and learning at UWF!
Our Instructional Designers support innovative teaching strategies and transformative learning environments that can benefit all UWF students in all learning modalities.
We support the continued success of distance learning at UWF through online tuition waivers, distance learning state authorization, and technology adoption.
To help advance UWF’s mission, the CTLT informs and advocates for the use of evidence-based teaching practices that can be used in various teaching modalities. The CTLT is a catalyst for change, implementing strategies to improve its effectiveness and efficiencies, encouraging pilot projects to address issues that may scale to a larger divisional context, and anticipating and actively participating when there is a need for the institution to pivot to ensure continued student and faculty success.