The Teaching and Learning Resources Group (TLR) organizes faculty conferences and events on teaching and learning, and provides hands-on workshops as well as individual faculty consultations on pedagogy and instructional technology.
The TLR Group offers a number of teaching resources, such as the Technology in the Classroom workshops, which discuss useful tech tools for teaching; the Open American program, an initiative to encourage the use of Open Educational Resources; the Ten Take-Aways, a collection of teaching strategies; and individualized pedagogical consultations.
Learn more about TLR's Teaching Resources.
The Online Learning Group's goal is to help faculty become fully
equipped to meet the needs of students, whether in traditional
face-to-face courses, hybrid, or fully online.
Learn more about Online Learning.
The TLR Group organizes a variety of events and programs for faculty throughout the year, including the Teaching, Research and Technology Workshops, the Ann Ferren Conference, Noontime Conversations and New Faculty Orientations. The TLR Group also coordinates the Greenberg Seminars and the AU Entrée Workshops.
Learn more about TLR's Events and Programs.
As a professor, do you teach in an environmentally friendly way? If you model this to your class or ask your students to reflect upon their own actions and choices, you may qualify to be certified "Green Teacher", joining more than 500 AU faculty who have been certified.
Learn more about TLR's Green Teaching program.
We welcome you to campus and the community. This site is designed to introduce you to various offices, services and opportunities to enhance your experience as an AU faculty member.
Learn more about Information for New Faculty.
CTRL is committed to providing services to all faculty and staff regardless of disability and we will coordinate ways to bring services to an accessible location. Request an accessible meeting (x3926).