Transformative Teaching & Learning and
Building a World Class Learning Environment
CTLT consists of two teams: Transformative Teaching & Learning (TTL) and Academic Computing Technology (ACT). The teams collaborate to create opportunities for faculty development and to promote faculty and student research.
Supporting faculty in advising, pedagogy, and instructional technology with resources & help files.
Building a world class learning environment by designing, maintaining, and supporting technology.
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George Hoffman: Canvas and ExamSoft
Robin Brugger: Turnitin, Zoom and Panopto
Karrin Lukacs: Course Design and Pedagogy
Ginny Armagh: General Questions, Document Design
Anne Marchant: Online Teaching, Pedagogy
ACT: Classroom Technology and Event Media
For Urgent Classroom Technology Needs, Call 540-665-4551.
SCIL adds immersive learning to its training toolkit along with the Emergency Preparedness Instruction Center (EPIC), the Role-Player Workforce (RPW), and the Augmented Reality Chamber (ARC). SCIL infuses AR and VR simulation models into teaching and learning experiences.
SCIL is in the lower level of the Rotunda in the Health and Life Sciences Building.
The CTLT mission is to promote the highest quality education for students by fostering a culture of creativity, collaborative mentoring, continuous improvement and lifelong learning and to provide the knowledge, tools, and support that faculty and learners need to reach their fullest potential. Center staff are committed to principles of diversity, accessibility, and academic integrity.
322 Smith Library
Health Professions Building
Scholar Plaza Loudoun
Innova Center for Personalized Health