Welcome to the Lucinda Taylor Lea Learning, Teaching, and Innovative Technologies Center!
Located in the James E. Walker Library, Room 348
At the LT&ITC, faculty come together to develop, improve and integrate creative and effective teaching practices to enhance student learning.
We can assist you with the following:
- Faculty Development Planning and Consultation
Private, confidential consulting for faculty interested in working on a formal development plan for teaching, research, and service activities; also, consulting on how to best balance your teaching, research, and service activities.
- Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Do you have a teaching project where you can collect effectiveness or student evaluation data? Why not turn this into a manuscript and submit to a teaching or research journal in your field. We can help you with this process!
- Individual Teaching Practices Consulting
We are available to meet with you to discuss ideas for updating your face-to-face, hybrid, or online courses. For example, we can provide information and resources related to sound pedagogical methods, hybrid and online interaction techniques and video/audio software tools to enhance your on-line or web-enhanced lectures.
- Course Redesign Primer
Review learning outcomes for your course and examine your teaching methods, projects, and activities with the goal of improving student engagement and content mastery.
- Syllabus Makeover
How to use your syllabus as a course and classroom management tool. Determine what information should be included to boost your students' understanding of course learning outcomes.
- Instructional Design Support & Consultation
Meet with us to discuss ideas for changing your face-to-face, hybrid, or online courses.
- Workshops, Webinars, Faculty Fair
These offerings span a variety of teaching and learning topics.
- Teaching Library
Exclusively supporting the MTSU teaching community.