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CELT has Kindles!

CELT has Kindles for loan! Each kindle is loaded with ten books geared towards Learning and Teaching. Come in to CELT today and take one home with you!

Faculty Institute for Learning Assessment

Apply here ! Join us on August 22rd-24th as we work together to create an assessment plan for your course that will provide you and your students with targeted feedback and information on student progress toward your learning goals.

New Books Available at CELT Library

The CELT office has gotten a number of new books just in time for summer vacation. Check out our new arrivals  and stop by 108 Bromfield Rd. to pick up the books that interest you.

Summer Mid-term Feedback

Mid-Term Feedback is being offered for courses held during the summer session. Please contact Roberta Sullivan at CELT@Tufts.edu to set up an appointment with us.

Upcoming Spring 2016 Events

Course Design Institute: This four day workshop is designed to provide you with the tools, time, and collegial support to help you work through the course (re)design process. The Institute is intended for faculty teaching a traditional or mini course for graduate or undergraduate students. By the end of the Institute, you will have (re)created the basic structure of your course. Applications are no longer being accepted. Please check back with us in the Fall to see when our next CDI will be held.

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Resources for Learning and Teaching

Check out Annie Soisson’s article “Seven Bricks to Lay the Foundation for Productive Difficult Dialogues.” Download the entire free “Diversity and Inclusion in the College Classroom” report here.

Check out High Impact Educational Practices: What They Are, Who Has Access to Them, and Why They Matter, a free e-book published by the American Association of Colleges and Universities.

Tufts Campus Only: Click here for access to the Journal on Excellence in College Teaching

Faculty – Sign up for Free Newsletters about Higher Ed Teaching Strategies