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Introduction to Teaching and Learning Centers

Teaching and learning centers assist faculty with teaching, educational technology, and professional development at colleges and universities of all sizes across the United States and Canada. While it may be difficult to determine exactly how many TLC units exist in North America, we have made an effort to locate the home pages of hundreds of TLCs at public and private universities and colleges throughout the U.S. and Canada. While some campuses do not have a TLC center, they may provide teaching, technology, or professional development resources on their website.

We have arranged the links to the TLC center websites alphabetically by state and within that state, alphabetically by institution. Because of the large number of TLC centers in the U.S., we have divided them by state into three pages for states starting with A-G, H-M, N-P, and Q-Z.  There is also a separate page for TLCs in Canada.

On the top level page are links to other online directories of TLCs maintained by teaching and learning centers and organizations.

The size of the institution hosting a TLC is not necessarily indicative of the quality or diversity of activities of that center. Some of the most innovative programs and activities may occur just as frequently at small colleges as at large research universities. By perusing some of the TLCs in this directory, users of this guide can learn about innovative programs in higher education teaching and learning, access teaching tools, learn about conferences and events, and get a sense of what kinds of TLC activities are happening all across North America.

We will make an effort to keep links up-to-date, but please be aware that some links may change over time.


Directories/Links Pages for Teaching and Learning Centers

Below are online directories of higher education teaching and learning centers as well as links pages to TLCs maintained by TLCs and TLC organizations.

Articles on Teaching and Learning Centers

  • Partnering for Transformative Teaching
    Article by Anastasia Morrone, Sonya Stephens, Carolyn Walters, Diane Dallis, and Sarah Engel in EDUCAUSE Review Online, July 1, 2013. Discusses the the Indiana University-Bloomington Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL) which provides a mix of consultation and workshop spaces, instructional technology facilities, and relaxed forums for exchanging ideas.

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