Center for Innovative Learning and Teaching (CILT)

Quickstart Guide to Remote Teaching Options

As the university considers its policies for dealing with unscheduled closures, we reaffirm the importance of maintaining instructional continuity for the benefit of our students’ learning experience. We are committed to offering modes of remote instruction to maintain continuity of instruction.

Upcoming Events

All students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend a presentation by Dr. Tom Furness, the "Grandfather of Virtual Reality" on Wednesday, January 27th.

Dr. Furness, a Professor of Engineering at the University of Washington, designed the first virtual reality system.
He will be presenting on "The Future of Virtual Reality in Medicine and Education".

To register you can simply click on the link below.
Click here to register

If you would like to know more about the work of Dr. Furness, here is a link to his home page
at the University of Washington
About Dr Furness

We hope to see you for this important event.

This event is sponsored by the Center for Innovative Learning and Teaching (TUC Western Division), and
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (TCUS New York)


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Blog Posts from the Center

Enhancing Online Course Discussions through Conference Roles and Blogs.

August 30, 2020

What makes a good instructional video? (Shared by Dr. Michael Barbour

August 28, 2020

Strategies and Tips for Successful Online Teaching.

August 28, 2020

In this six-part series, SAGE author and education expert Dr. Linda Dale Bloomberg shares strategies and tips for successful online teaching. She covers multimodal strategies for synchronous and asynchronous delivery […]

Creating a Culture of Caring: Practical Approaches for College and University Faculty to Support Student Wellbeing and Mental Health

August 28, 2020

Engaging Students Through Asynchronous Video-Based Discussions in Online Courses – EduCause Review

August 28, 2020

As growing numbers of students take online and hybrid courses, higher education institutions are looking for ways to cultivate and sustain engagement with students remotely. One method is the use […]

Active Learning by Dr. Jim O’Connor

August 23, 2020