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The Teaching and Learning Commons (TLC) provides teaching support and resources for faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows. TLC staff collaborate with campus partners to assist instructors in enhancing their teaching tools, whether on campus or online, to deepen student learning and promote student success.

TLC Spotlight Events and Services

Women LINK Conference: "Leading, Innovating, Networking and Knowing"

Women LINK Conference Registration Open

November 2nd, 2023  |  9 am to 3 pm

Join us Thursday, November 2nd at the Morgantown Marriott at Waterfront Place for the Women LINK Conference: Leading, Innovating, Networking, and Knowing. Registration is now open and the schedule is available on the LINK webpage. Be sure to register before October 20, 2023 to receive the discounted price of $70. The price will increase to $100 after this date. In addition, a group rate is available for conference participants at the Morgantown Marriott if you register before Friday, October 13, 2023.

Register Now Women LINK Conference Webpage
TLC Partner Event

Grade Center Overview Trainings from ITS

These trainings will introduce the eCampus Grade Center, in which instructors can manage grades for all assignments and tests in a course as well as submit midterm and final grades.

ITS is offering a choice of dates for these sessions. See the calendar to register.

TLC Event & Workshop Calendar
New Faculty Orientation with WVU logo

Attention, New Faculty!

Videos of sessions at this year’s New Faculty Orientation (NFO) can now be found on our NFO webpage in the “ Session Videos & Resources Section."

NFO Videos and Resources
WVU (logo) eCampus

New Built-In eCampus Tool: Ally

Instructors using eCampus now have access to a powerful built-in tool called Ally that can improve the student experience, particularly for those with accessibility needs or learning challenges. Ally uses an instructor’s original documents to create alternative files, such as text for screen readers, alternative text for images, MP3 audio files of text, electronic braille, and more. Learn more in this Ally FAQ or watch this overview video.

Ally FAQ   Overview Video
Sessions by Demand

Sessions by Demand

Did you know that the Teaching and Learning Commons can offer customized sessions on a variety of topics? They can range from a short 15–20 minute overview and inspiration session to a longer 60–90 minute session. For more details and to see a sample of the topics we currently offer, please visit our Sessions by Demand webpage.

Sessions by Demand Webpage
Student Lingo. More Skills. More Success.

StudentLingo: On Demand Resource for Student Success

WVU provides free access to StudentLingo, a series of online student-success workshops designed to support student learning, personal growth, and health and wellness. All the workshops include resources and activities and have certificates of completion.

You can log in using your WVU SSO login information at the link found on the Student Workshops page.

Please share this free resource with your students.

Visit the Student Workshops Page
Collage of graphics for individual video sessions

Go2Knowledge: Online Professional Development

Go2Knowledge is a free instructional resource that WVU has made available for instructors and staff on all its campuses. It is an online training platform that offers a wide variety of training options (e.g., live webinars, pre-recorded sessions, certificates of completions) in 6 different topics—technology and online learning, student success, teaching & learning, student populations, institutional effectiveness, and campus safety & security. Simply point, click, and participate.

WVU users can log in using their standard WVU SSO credentials to access the wide spectrum of topics offered. Read the eNews article for more details.

Go2Knowledge Webpage


Our guess is that your inbox has been quite busy lately with pings related to ChatGPT. Any time a new technology gains prominence it impacts teaching and learning. ChatGPT (and generative artificial intelligence in general) is certainly no different, and we all have questions related to what now?

Our AI in Teaching and Learning webpage provides information and resources on ChatGPT and similar tools to help answer some of those questions.

AI in Teaching and Learning Webpage
WVU Teaching and Learning Commons SPOTLIGHT


The Teaching and Learning Commons strives to curate resources for our instructors to help promote health and wellness for our campus community. Being more informed of the various support services available can make us all better responders should we encounter someone at risk. For example, the WVU CARE Team provides assistance and interventions as referrals are made to help students and the WVU community.

What do we do when a student is in crisis? Help Sheet

Make a CARE Referral
Full list of Resources

Lantz Receives Open Learning Educator Award

Susan Jennings LantzWe are excited to share that Susan Jennings Lantz, Director of WVU Campus Read and Teaching Associate Professor of Business Communication at WVU’s John Chambers College of Business and Economics, recently accepted the  Open Learning Educator Award for the State of West Virginia at the Open Learning Statewide Convening in Charleston, WV. Don’t miss Dr. Lantz’s Campus Read session on May 10th at Celebrate 2023!

eCampus: Viewing Feedback from your Instructors

Finding Instructor Feedback on eCampus

Instructor feedback is a valuable tool in student learning. Most instructors take the time to craft meaningful responses to student work. But if students cannot access that feedback, or find it easily, the value of this tool is greatly diminished. To spare students any potential frustration of having to search for your input on their assignments in eCampus, consider being proactive and sharing the View Feedback From Instructors training page and/or this video with your students, ideally, at the very beginning of the semester. For students who prefer to read instructions, you can share the transcript.

Finding Instructor Feedback in eCampus Resource Page and Video
Teaching and Learning Commons: Video Catalog

Did you know?

We have a video catalog, which contains recordings on a wide variety of topics. Whether you want to know more about Tips for Teaching Online Labs, Testing in eCampus, Keeping Your Students Awake, or Re-Thinking Course Level Assessments, you will find a treasure trove of topics and information in our video catalog. Check it out!

Video Catalog

Event and Workshop Calendar


Upcoming Events

Visit our Event and Workshop page or the full calendar to view all events.

Please note that recordings of previously held webinars are on our Video Catalog page.