Faculty Learning Communities
The Faculty Development Center is pleased to offer support for faculty and professional learning communities in order to connect the faculty development experience to the scholarship of teaching and learning through the high impact practice of learning communities.
What are Faculty Learning Communities?
Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs) are interdisciplinary groups centered around a common area of interest in which faculty share their ideas and expertise. Some of these learning communities work together in pursuit of developing new curriculum and scholarship to be shared with the wider academic world, while others serve as an opportunity for faculty of all disciplines to learn from each other and build a sense of community.
Propose a Community
If you are interested in forming a faculty learning community, download the proposal form and contact the Faculty Development Center. Current Faculty Learning Communications
Current Faculty Learning Communities
- Ethical Reasoning
- Metacognitive Learning
- Reflective Teaching
- Scientific & Quantitative Learning
- SoTL Support Network
- A-Z Faculty Resources
- Faculty Development Center
- Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
- Plagiarism Prevention Program
- Faculty Resource Guide
- Global Citizenship Program Collaboratory
- Training & Workshops
- Fair Use Guidelines
- Faculty Senate