Center for Teaching & Learning
The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) serves the Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College faculty and staff in the creation of vibrant learning environments.
Located in the Baldwin Library, CTL offers a variety of faculty development opportunities across ABAC’s campus including workshops, seminars, and colloquia that seek to advance the College’s teaching and learning goals.
The Center works to improve student learning and institutional effectiveness by promoting instructional excellence, providing an environment for sharing talents, and fostering professional growth throughout the College. The Center provides a multi-platform outlet designed to enhance faculty performance and the advancement of student achievement. The Center’s scholarly forums consider such topics as pedagogical methodology, original research, institutional effectiveness, technology implementation, grant writing, education literature, and overall professional development. Further, the Center sponsors speaking and film engagements for the College, and assists the Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs (Learning Resources) with implementation the College’s academic programming. The Director is also responsible for organizing and implementing the annual New Faculty Orientation, Faculty & Staff Fall Conference, and the Teaching and Learning Fall Workshop Series.
See links below for specific programming for the 2016 – 2017 Academic Year.
We are very proud of the many services and tools that we support, most of which have emerged from the creative ideas of ABAC faculty and staff.
For more information, see the links below or contact:
Dr. Jordan Cofer, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs – Learning Resourses