Welcome to the Center for Teaching and Learning! We provide diverse opportunities for faculty to identify and achieve their desired level of teaching excellence and to share experiences and expertise with their colleagues. We are open year round. Please come by as we are here to help you!
Summer Teaching Institute 2017
As a faculty you wish to learn new ways of engaging students and collecting evidence of student learning. You want to know what new technologies might improve your teaching and student learning; or you want to analyze how and why learning happens (or why it isn’t happening!). If as a faculty you want to re-design your course to increase student success then the 2017 Summer Teaching Institute might be just for you!Read More
Faculty Learning CommunitiesCall for applicants for Spring 17 - Fall 17 Faculty Learning Communities are now open! Come together as faculty to discuss topics such as Curriculum Design, Peer Programs, Data Analytics and Equity, 21st Century Teachers and Service Learning, Applications are due February 6th, 2017.
Pedagogy Enhancement AwardsHave a research project you want to fund? See if the Pedagogy Enhancement Awards can help! PEA applications are now available for the 2017-2018 academic year. Applications are due Nov 7th, 2016
Affordable Learning Solutions
The OER Faculty Grant Program supports faculty members who are committed joining a community of practice to reduce the cost of instructional materials to students with the goal of improving access, learning, and student success. Reduction of cost maybe achieved through a variety of options including the adoption of low or no cost open textbooks, streaming videos, and or other tools or materials used to support learning or access knowledge.
Open Educational Resources Faculty Grant Program NOW OPEN!Read More
The Center for Teaching and Learning provides useful resources and information for all faculty! Click the button below to view the resources we provide.View Resources Page
Visiting Scholars Program
Last year’s funds helped support visits to CSUS by twenty one scholars, both national and international, participating in a wide array of events during both the fall and spring semesters.Read More on the Visiting Scholars Program
Since the beginning of the year, the Visiting Scholars Subcommittee of the Faculty Senate, with the administrative assistance of the Center for Teaching and Learning, review applications for funding. Members of the committee have consistently been impressed with the outstanding credentials of the great majority of visiting scholar applicants. CSUS sponsoring faculty deserve thanks for submitting applications and orchestrating visits, thereby enriching the intellectual and creative vibrancy of our campus.