Faculty Instructional Resources and Support
The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology is a multifaceted support organization for faculty.
Along with ongoing workshops and a growing list of resources, CTLT publishes a monthly e-newsletter, supplying timely information from the offices of the University Registrar, Institutional Computing, Academic Affairs, and other university offices.
CTLT coordinates the New Faculty Orientation each year, which features welcome addresses from from Shenandoah University President Tracy Fitzsimmons and Vice President of Academic Affairs Adrienne Bloss, as well as college deans, faculty guest speakers, breakout workshops, and informational sessions for incoming faculty.
The CTLT is comprised of the Transformative Teaching and Learning Team led by Dr. Anne Marchant, and the Academic Computing Technology Team led by Dr. Richard Pierce.
What We Offer
Faculty training and support in instructional technology, pedagogy, and professional development.
Promoting the highest quality education through creativity, collaboration, and lifelong learning.
Initiating advancements in instructional technology, academic advising, and research.
Tools, Resources and Help Files
CTLT adds to its Repository of Instructional Resources frequently. Currently there are more than 30 specific resources and help files available. Additionally, CTLT regularly offers professional development workshops and training on various topics.
Find the resources you need for Advising, Pedagogy, Learning Management, Research, Web Conferencing, and more In the CTLT Resources Repository.
Upcoming Workshops and Training
Find upcoming CTLT workshops and training sessions on the Faculty Training Calendar.
Projects and Initiatives
The Center helps to facilitate a variety of advising technology initiatives including and faculty and student projects and research.
Advising and Learning Management
- Ellucian Student Planning Module to WebAdvisor
- EAB Student Success Collaborative Advising Tool
- Canvas LMS Pilot and Implementation
- Panopto Video Recording and Storage
- ZOOM WebConferencing Software
Projects, Research and Publication
- Wine Cheese and Scholarship: A Celebration of Faculty Research and Creativity
- SUpr Summit: Student Project and Research Symposium
Transformative Teaching and Learning Team
Academic Computing Technology Team
Northern Virginia Campus
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Sabrina Hines, Academic Technology Coordinator
In Winchester, the office is centrally located on the Main Campus in room 322 of Smith Library.
The office at the NVC Campus is located in room 147.
Can’t make it to a workshop or to our office?
We are happy to provide support through Video Teleconferencing (VTC).
Hours: M-F, 9-12 and 1-5