HOW DO YOU LEARN BEST?
We strive to improve student learning by fostering faculty digital fluency and
contemporary practice through our communities, workshops, and tutorials. Find out
below about how each of these approaches can help you.
Join one of our existing communities. Or contact us to propose a new learning community.
Work with our team of learning technologies specialists and instructional designers to develop your courses.
Faculty Working Groups
Join other faculty and staff members in a semester-long learning community that focuses on a specific topic or literature.
Our Professional Development Network (PDN) group hosts numerous workshops on technology and teaching throughout the year. We also offer opportunities to create a customized curriculums that meets your personal needs.
TLOS supports self-paced learning through Canvas courses and through the library of video tutorials at LinkedIn Learning. We also maintain a variety of technology tutorials and troubleshooting guides in the 4Help Knowledge Base and on our TLOS: On Demand site.
COMPUTER REFRESH PROGRAM
TLOS partners with the university’s colleges to provide full-time teaching faculty with new computers every four years. Each year, colleges are allocated a certain number of computers based on university census data and anticipated growth or attrition. Each college selects eligible faculty to participate in the program.
LOOKING FOR CUSTOMIZED LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES?
Let us know if there are other topics or learning formats that interest you. We would be
happy to consider suggestions for improving the experience of faculty and staff in our