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The Teaching, Learning and Technology Roundtable (TLTR) is a forum composed of faculty, staff and students that serves the SEU community by assessing, discussing and prioritizing technology needs in order to collaboratively develop a vision to improve the learning process. In keeping with the mission of the university the TLTR recommends appropriate policies and strategies and facilitates the acquisition and implementation of technology resources. The St. Edward's TLTR is composed of approximately 10 returning faculty, at least one dean and representatives from support staff areas that have heavy involvement with and/or need to communicate across area boundaries about technology for teaching and learning--Library, Registrar, Administrative Computing, and Instructional Technology.

Opportunities

Innovation Fellowships

The Office of Academic Affairs, the Center for Teaching Excellence, the Munday Library, and the Department of Instructional Technology of St. Edward’s University invites proposals from faculty for the 2015-2016 Innovation Fellowship. Our academic strategic plan calls for support and resources for faculty who are interested in engaging in pedagogical innovation and in incorporating teaching practices that research shows have a high impact on student learning.  This fellowship will support faculty who need time, resources, and expertise to include pedagogical experimentation in their courses. Visit the Innovation Fellowship page for information. Applications for 2015-2016 will be due February 2, 2015.

TLTR Pilots

The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable (TLTR) and Instructional Technology are pleased to announce that we will be offering small grants again this year for faculty who wish to pursue innovative and technologically-sophisticated teaching. Grants of up to $5000 are available to fund projects that improve student learning in a course and will serve the larger St. Edward’s learning community. Funds will be awarded competitively by the TLTR for use in the summer 2015, fall 2015, or spring 2016 semesters.    Visit the TLTR Pilot Projects site for more information.