The Queen’s Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) offers a wide array of programs and services that are designed to meet the teaching and learning needs of students, post-doctoral fellows, staff, and faculty members.
Individuals wishing to develop their teaching can choose from an array of certificate courses, university credit courses, and individual workshops on a variety of academic topics. Members of the Queen’s community are also invited to attend individual workshops through the Teaching Development Workshop Series, which are offered in both the Fall and Winter terms. We also host the annual Teaching Development Day (TD Day) where students and post-doctoral fellows can choose from a wide array of professional development sessions that are designed to improve their teaching practices.
The Centre for Teaching and Learning offers a variety of services to meet the academic needs of the Queen’s community. Services are free of charge and can be accessed throughout the year. We offer individual consultations, about all aspects of teaching at the university level, as well as support with course design or assessment, tailored to the needs and desires of faculty members. The Centre also provides support to faculty members wishing to develop their teaching dossiers.
The CTL, in conjunction with ITServices, also provides faculty members with the ability to capture their lectures electronically. Lecture capturing enhances the quality of teaching and learning because it provides students with the ability to review aspects of class lectures online, at their own convenience.
Members of the Queen’s community are encouraged to contact the CTL to learn more about the services offered.