BU’s CTL and DL&I Adobe Catalyst Spring 2021 Program is a virtual collaborative learning space for experienced Adobe users (catalysts) to mentor faculty colleagues who wish to use Adobe Creative Cloud in their classes. Learn more about the 2021 mentors.
Looking for fresh ideas to reinvigorate your teaching? Check out this list of must-read books provided by Boston University’s Center for Teaching & Learning.
The Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL) aims to support Boston University faculty in providing continuity in high quality learning experiences for BU students during times of campus closures or other disruptions in your teaching. In support of this mission, the CTL prepared this guide to help faculty think about the continuity of education for your students.
The Center for Teaching & Learning offers guidance specifically for STEM faculty. This resource provides strategies to plan for labs, tips to reproduce classroom board work in online environment, tools to address accessibility issues, and more. Access the CTL guide.
Learn about BU’s Adobe Catalyst Program—a virtual learning space for experienced Adobe users to mentor faculty colleagues who wish to use Adobe Creative Cloud in their classes—and meet the mentors leading the charge.
Blended learning is the strategic combination of face-to-face and online learning experiences. Learn more about the popular teaching method and get the tools needed for implementation.
The three-part series, hosted by The Center for Teaching & Learning, invites nationally recognized scholars to Boston University to discuss contemporary research. Check out the Spring 2020 lineup.
Looking to revise or develop a new syllabus? Check out the CTL Guide to Syllabus Design and get answers to commonly asked questions including: What is a “learner-centered” syllabus? How do I craft inclusive course policies? How should I use the syllabus with students?
What does the scholarly research say about best practices in syllabus design? Get the answers.