Journal on Centers for Teaching and Learning

The Journal on Centers for Teaching and Learning represents a site through which Centers for Teaching and Learning (CTL) staff can engage in conversations, explore their relevance to their own institutional situations, and imagine new possibilities to take back to these institutions — not to mention new ways of looking at the conversations already at work there. While multiple publications deal with pedagogical issues in specific fields and with issues addressed by CTLs more broadly, JCTL is designed to focus on the operations, achievements, and potentials of CTLs themselves. JCTL provides a space not only through which CTL workers can report on the ways such centers might, and have already, intervened in the nooks, crannies, and center stages of their institutions to improve the educational experiences of students, but also provides space for contributors and their readers to examine the many nooks, crannies, and stages of CTL work itself. In short, JCTL provides space and time for those involved with teaching and learning centers to think deeply about their role and possible roles and to share and debate ideas on how best to develop and maintain pedagogical innovations at their respective campuses.


Vol 8 (2016): The Stranger Vs. Your CTL

Table of Contents

Articles

John Paul Tassoni
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Laura C. Edwards, Stephen J. Snyder, Andrea L. Sanders
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Tracey Birdwell, Tiffany A. Roman, Leslie Hammersmith, Douglas Jerolimov
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Robert S. Bledsoe, Deborah South Richardson
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Ishmael I. Munene, Simon Ngigi Kangethe, Justus G. Mbae
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Todd Zakrajsek
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