Center for Excellence in Learning, Teaching Supports Faculty Innovation

Posted by Nichole Johnson |

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

News-CELT_252Capital University's newest resource to help faculty optimize and grow the teaching and learning process is offering an insider's look at the new and innovative services it offers.

The Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching will hold an open house for faculty and staff from the Bexley and Law School campuses, as well as Trinity Lutheran Seminary, from 10 am to 4 pm Monday, February 18. Stop by for refreshments, engaging conversation and brainstorming, and materials detailing the services the center has to offer. Of course, no open house is complete without door prizes.

The invitation is extended to all faculty and staff who are interested in learning how the center can help them assess learning outcomes and analyze the effectiveness of their teaching; design a course that is learner-centered, outcomes-based and delivered in an online or hybrid format; explore and embrace technology tools like the learning management system, audience response, iTunes U, wikis, blogs, Turnitin and more that are revolutionizing teaching and learning; and secure and manage grants to support the advancement of the institution and the teaching, scholarship and service that make Capital distinctive.

The Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching is located on the porch of the Learning Center — Learning Center 100.

For more information, please contact the CELT Team: Autumm Caines, Wen-Li Feng, Daniel Weinstein, and Meaghan Ventura at



Located in the Columbus, Ohio, neighborhood of Bexley, Capital University is a private, four-year undergraduate institution and graduate school. Capital prepares students for meaningful lives and purposeful careers through a relevant liberal arts core curriculum and deep professional programs. Influenced by its Lutheran heritage, Capital places great emphasis on the free and open exchange of ideas, seeking out diverse perspectives, active participation in society, leadership and service. With a focus on rigor and experiential learning, the University capitalizes on its size, location, and heritage to develop the whole person, both inside and outside the classroom.  



Contact: Nichole Johnson
614-236-6945 (office)
614-440-9158 (cell) 


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