No matter if you teach online or on campus, CITL provides a variety of services that support your teaching practice and delivery at Memorial University.
Both online and face-to-face courses can benefit from using an online learning environment, and we can help. Using the Brightspace (D2L) learning management system, we can help you activate your course site and organize your course content so that you can better connect with and engage your students in their learning.
Need to develop a face-to-face course for online delivery? Our instructional designers can work with you to design and develop your course to complement your teaching strategy, including:
- Choosing suitable educational tools
- Providing support to best present course materials online
- Supporting you in course delivery once it reaches the maintenance stage
At CITL, we offer a variety of consultative services to support your teaching, including:
Instructional Design- Create dynamic online content for your face-to-face course to better connect with and engage your students in their learning.
Media Services - Develop rich educational resources to enhance the teaching and learning experience, including videos, mobile applications, interactive graphic and more. Video streaming, video conferencing and webcasting services are also available.
Teaching Consultation - Discuss questions related to your teaching practice, including challenges or issues you're experiencing, and explore strategies to address them. Consultations can be individual or in groups, and may range from a single discussion to a series of ongoing meetings.
Teaching Dossiers - Develop a teaching dossier for purposes of job application, promotion, tenure or teaching award application.
We offer professional development events and programs for educators at Memorial, providing you with opportunities to enhance your teaching practice. Events and programs are offered through a variety of delivery strategies, and include:
- Professional Development Experiences for Educators
- Teaching Skills Enhancement Program (TSEP)
- Program in Graduate Supervision
Our Teaching and Learning Exchange (ED-1001) is a collaborative classroom space where educators and instructional staff can enhance their teaching practice and discover best practices for integrating educational technologies into their courses. Book a consultation, attend a presentation or clinic, or simply drop in to see us.
Our Classroom Support team provides multimedia and audiovisual support for classrooms, meeting rooms and learning spaces on the St. John's Campus.
In addition to supporting existing multimedia facilities, we supply and deliver portable equipment to classrooms without multimedia facilities. We also have a sign-out service for wireless microphones and other equipment.
Our copyright officers can provide you with the support you need to use copyright protected works in your teaching. In addition to copyright clearance, we can help you with individual copyright inquiries and provide you with information and guidance on copyright policies, procedures and laws.
We provide support to faculty members and instructors, and to nominators completing applications for a variety of teaching awards.