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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.

WVU Teaching and Learning Commons Workshop

Jessamyn Neuhaus in home office.

Pandemic Pedagogy: What Works Now and What We Can Keep Using Post-Covid

FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 2021   |   11:00 AM - 12:30 PM

A full year into the pandemic era, college educators who never expected to be teaching online are learning what works and what doesn’t in the virtual classroom. We’re also starting to reflect on what we’ll be taking with us when we return to traditional face-to-face teaching.

This interactive online workshop, offered by Jessamyn Neuhaus, Ph.D. a professor of U.S. history and popular culture at SUNY Plattsburgh and Interim Director of the Plattsburgh Center for Teaching Excellence, will energize your current day to day teaching, and give you practical, impactful teaching tools for the future. Through the lens of the five pedagogical practices—awareness, preparation, reflection, support and practice—we’ll explore some proven, sustainable techniques for strengthening your teaching and social presence in your classes; making your classes more resilient; creating a positive learning environment and class community; making course content accessible and inclusive; and effectively assessing authentic student learning. Visit the webpage for a detailed description and registration information.

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Celebrate: Call for Presentations

Deadline: noon on March 22nd

The 8th annual online Celebrate event will be May 12th, and the TLC is looking for dynamic and interactive sessions (40 minutes in length including Q&A) that challenge our thinking and promote innovation in teaching and learning. Sessions should:

  • Enhance teaching;
  • Showcase the latest instructional approaches and technologies;
  • Promote networking for research collaboration (especially as it relates to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning);
  • Share examples of academic excellence (e.g. assessment);
  • Encourage fun and energizing wellness activities.

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WVU libraries Presents

Let's innovate!

WVU Libraries has announced that in partnership with the Online Learning Consortium (OLC), all WVU faculty and staff have been provided a complimentary registration for this year’s OLC Innovate Virtual Conference (March 15-19). This conference features an ongoing discussion revolving around the potential of new technologies, methodologies, and practices, as well as the process of implementing them. Please be sure to use your WVU email to register here.

Register For OLC Conference

Event and Workshop Calendar


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