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Fall 2015 Mid-Term Feedback

Register here for this year's fall Mid-Term Feedback sessions! Spots fill quickly, so don't wait! » read

Course Design Institute

The next Course Design Institute will be held in January 2016. Check back in the fall to apply! » read

Check out the CELT Lending Library!

CELT offers a comprehensive collection of teaching and learning books. Tufts faculty are welcome and encouraged to borrow books from our library . Please visit us at 108 Bromfield Rd. or email CELT@tufts.edu for more information.

Upcoming Fall 2015 Events

We have already scheduled a few events for the 2015-2016 school year! Mark your calendar and check back soon to sign up on-line.

Large Lecture Consortium: First meeting October 2nd, 2015



Mid-term Feedback: October 13th-October 23rd, 2015 – Click here to register!

Associate Director for Learning Assessment


 Click here to meet CELT’s newest member.

New Faculty Learning Communities Fall 2015!

Coming Fall 2015: Two New Learning Communities

We invite faculty interested in joining a learning community on how to make our teaching more inclusive to contact Annie Soisson for more information. One of the learning communities this fall will focus on inclusive assessment practices and the other will focus on the topic of inclusive excellence.

Applying Science of Learning in Education

Check out Applying Science of Learning in Education, a free e-book published through the American Psychological Associations’ Division 2. Written for nonexperts in teaching and learning, this book focuses on the scholarship of the science of learning and its application in higher educational settings. Although targeted on learning in college and university settings, teachers of all academic levels may find the recommendations of service.

Journal on Excellence in College Teaching

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

Check out Alicia Russell’s article on “Online Teaching as a Catalyst for Re-Examining Pedagogical Assumptions” in the August issue!