Networks of learning and practice are important to the Centre’s mandate. We regularly offer workshops, brown bag sessions, and learning communities that provide a safe forum for dialogue and exchange.
Our learning communities bring together groups of individuals who wish to engage in cross-disciplinary studies related to teaching and learning. Learning communities include members of varying ranks, disciplines, and experience. Although each group has a coordinator, all members of the community share responsibility for moving the exploration of the topic forward. Our learning communities offer a rich opportunity for individuals on campus to progress autonomously in their teaching practice while benefiting from support and interchange with others.
For more information on upcoming workshops and learning communities, visit the CTL Registration page.