See the calendar on the left or the links below for information about upcoming events. Days that are highlighted in blue on the calendar have upcoming events. You can click on each day to find out more about the event and to register.
Lunch & Learn Series
If you have a topic you think would make for a good Lunch & Learn discussion or if you are interested in presenting something yourself, email us and let us know.
Technology Tools Workshops
CTL manages and runs several hands-on workshops throughout the year. We produce these workshops at the request of a department or group, or if we feel there is a topic that we are getting a lot of requests for. Please let us know if there is training or a workshop you would like to see or participate in.
Canvas Application Workshops
IT Instructional Services offers Canvas Training and Support. In cooperation with IT Instructional Services, CTL sponsors Canvas application workshops each semester that focus on how you can apply Canvas to particular instructional needs. These workshops are held in a classroom, but you can join in remotely (via WebEx) or watch the recorded session if you are unable to participate in person.
Faculty Learning Communities
CTL sponsors a faculty learning community each Fall and Spring. These learning communities allow faculty to get together to learn from each other and share best practices. Learning communities usually meet 3-4 times each semester for lunch and discussion/sharing.
Annual Teaching and Learning Conference
Each year during the spring semester the Center for Teaching & Learning and the Teaching and Learning Committee join together to offer the Annual Teaching and Learning Conference at Dixie State University. The purpose of this conference is to provide an opportunity for DSU faculty and staff to share and learn new teaching and learning best practices, innovations, and lessons learned to promote the scholarship of teaching and learning on campus.
Mark your calendars! The 4th Annual Teaching & Learning Conference will be held on Friday, April 6th, 2018, in conjunction with the Undergraduate Research Conference.