Center for Research on Teaching and Learning Excellence

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Recent Highlight - ChatGPT

Since November 30th, 2022, when ChatGPT (Chat Generative Pre-trained Transformer) first became publicly available, we have been inundated by numerous articles and media coverage on its values and concerns. On Thursday, February 23rd, 2023, CRTLE hosted its second session on ChatGPT, in collaboration with Dr. George Siemens, Dr. Pete Smith, and Dr. Peggy Semingson. This session was focused on some background in AI technology, along with how AI works and how people learn in digital environments. Future sessions will focus on teaching practices that embrace ChatGPT and ideas on alternative assessments.

Upcoming Events

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3/28 11AM - 12:30PM Writing Grant Proposals with an Education Focus


Are you interested in applying for a CRTLE Education Research Seed Grand or in writing a grant proposal with an education focus? Bring the RFP of the grant of your interest, your proposal objectives, and a rough proposal outline to this working session. Lunch will be provided for in-person attendees.

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3/29 10AM - 11:30AM Creating an Accessible Learning Environment for All Students


How should faculty create an equitable and accommodating learning environment for all students? Join our discussion where we share the perspective of students with disabilities on creating a learning environment that promotes a sense of belonging and supports their academic success.



4/4 1PM - 3PM Peer Observation with Certificate


Join us for a training workshop on informal consultations and peer observations. A certificate of completion will be provided to attendees as a Certified Peer Observer. Refreshments will be provided for in-person attendees.



4/7 12PM - 1PM Faculty Lounge: Highs and Lows of HyFlex Teaching

Join us for our April Faculty Lounge: Highs and Lows of HyFlex Teaching. Lunch will be provided for in-person attendees.