Skip navigation and jump directly to page content
An image of Mary Murphy

SOTL Event: Overcoming Stereotype and Prejudice in Academia

What do we know about the underrepresentation of certain groups, which occurs not only in STEM fields, but also in the humanities and academia in general?

Learn more
A photo of Eric Sandweiss

Class Builds Virtual Exhibit of Cities and Their Histories

Eric Sandweiss created online resources, such as unit resources and readings, a collection area, and exhibition areas for students’ research. Students engaged in research, collaborative learning, and the use of digital artifacts classified along themes to create a virtual exhibition.

Read the Article
Image of Jennifer Meta Robinson

Moving Beyond Misconceptions: The Influence of Motivated Reasoning on Learning

College teachers, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning practitioners, and educational researchers have long appreciated that new learning is strongly dependent on what the learner already knows.

Learn more
  • feature thumbnail 1
  • feature thumbnail 2
  • feature thumbnail 3

The Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL) is a partnership between the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (OVPUE) and University Information Technology Services (UITS). CITL provides leadership and expertise that support efforts to innovate in the curricula, to implement effective pedagogies in and beyond the classroom, and to enhance student learning and engagement.

Services to Support Teaching and Learning

CITL Friends Updates

The CITL supplements its quarterly newsletters with weekly updates that feature information about upcoming events and/or time-sensitive announcements. If you’d like to subscribe, send a request to


{{event.StartDateTime | asDate | date:'MMM'}}
{{event.StartDateTime | asDate | date:'d'}}

{{event.StartDateTime | asDate | date:'M/d, h:mm a'}}-{{event.EndDateTime | asDate | date:'h:mm a'}}

View more events

Contact Us / 812-855-9023