William H. Koehler Center for Teaching Excellence and eLearning Initiatives
The mission of the William H. Koehler Center for Teaching Excellence is to support teaching and learning at TCU. The resources and activities of the Koehler Center are focused both on honoring the present needs of instruction and informing the TCU community of the increasing possibilities brought by changing pedagogical theory, innovative practice and new technologies. The staff of the Koehler Center is dedicated to working with individual faculty and groups of faculty to design and implement meaningful learning opportunities and to facilitate ongoing, reflective participation in the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Elearning initiatives provide assistance in the planning, instructional design, instructional support and development of the use of technology in the classroom, as well as distance education environments. Training is provided in small groups or individually to meet faculty needs to enhance their teaching and expand student learning beyond the boundaries of the classroom.
The Koehler Center for Teaching Excellence is located in the Sid Richardson Building, Suite 501, located between Tucker Technology Center and Winton Scott Building on Bowie Street. For more information, refer to the center's Web site at www.cte.tcu.edu or www.eLearning.tcu.edu or call 817.257.7434.
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