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Center for Teaching and Learning

The Austin Peay State University Center for Teaching and Learning promotes university teaching that leads to meaningful student learning.  CTL resources are available to any member of the APSU community interested in developing their teaching practices.

Center for Teaching and Learning

The mission of the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is to support student success and promote a culture of self-improvement in teaching, advising, and leadership.

In addition to supporting students, CTL serves as a clearinghouse and hub for professional development.  The Center's staff facilitate access to diverse pedagogies, encourage innovation in advising and teaching strategies, and raise awareness of instructional technologies.

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# of faculty at APSU
18
Average class size
1:16
Faculty to Student ratio
 

Common Questions:

Where can I get training for classroom technologies on campus?

Classroom A/V is managed by Information Technology (IT). If part of that technology includes using Zoom in the classroom or another technology Distance Education (DE) offers, then DE will work with IT to offer the training together. It is recommended that a GovsTech support ticket be filled out for “Classroom and Learning Spaces Technology Solutions.”

If it is DE related, Govstech will send the ticket the DE office

What are the options for recording my lectures?

Options for recording lectures are Distance Education related. They can fill out a support ticket through the same site, but select “Distance Education: Online/Innovative Learning” option.

History of the APSU Center for Teaching and Learning

On October 1, 2008, the Department of Education awarded a Title III grant to Austin Peay State University. The grant provided APSU with funds to improve and strengthen its academic quality, institutional management, and fiscal stability.

To facilitate these objectives, President Hall established the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL). CTL developed a comprehensive approach to student success, offered new strategies to meet the needs of at-risk students, and supported comprehensive professional development for faculty and staff.

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