CTAL’s mission is to empower the campus community of educators to engage in
high-quality teaching, learning, and assessment for all of UD’s students.
We are available all year for consultations and walk-in conversations in our office (212 Gore Hall).
Please check our calendar for upcoming events/workshops.
- Syllabus Clinic: Drop-in to the Faculty Commons (116 Pearson Hall) anytime between 8:30-5:00 on Jan 25 or 26th to our Syllabus Clinic to get feedback on your syllabus or guidance with creating one.
- Listen to our newest podcast highlighting the discussion that took place at October 6’s First Friday Roundtable: How Do I Help Undergraduate Students Be Successful at UD?”. Guest podcaster, Naomi Nash, shares what the Blue Hen Success Collaborative can offer to promote success for our students.Teach Assess Learn Podcast Episode 8 from Center for Teaching and Assessment of Learning (CTAL) hosted by UD Capture
- We have collected some of our favorite teaching and learning resources. These resources were provided on small USB drives to faculty during New Faculty Orientation and are available to everyone here.
Highly organized and technologically savvy graduate students are invited to apply for a part-time (10-hours/week) position to work with Leadership team of UD’s Chapter of the Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL).