CIRTL@UB Learning Community

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Learning communities are informal meetings where you are surrounded by like-minded peers, where you can feel comfortable to freely exchange ideas, thoughts and questions.

Each semester CIRTL@UB hosts learning community meetings, to facilitate engaging discussions around CIRTL topics. Meetings will begin with a brief discussion about the CIRTL@UB program and our learning community (for those who may have questions), followed by a discussion on a teaching topic. Participants will have the opportunity to help define future meetings to make for a valuable learning experience for all. 

Spring 2021 Learning Community Meetings

All learning community meetings will be held virtually and immediately follow the Effective Teaching for Academic Careers Seminar Series. Registration is required.

This series will focus on CIRTL core ideas and evidence-based teaching practices. Discussion topics will be centered around the topics covered in the Effective Teaching for Academic Careers Seminars Series. Bring your questions, share your experiences, and exchange insights and ideas with colleagues across campus.

Tuesdays, 5-6 p.m.
Feb. 23 through April 6

Want to learn more?

Contact us to schedule a meeting to discuss CIRTL or teaching related topics.

This series is offered by CIRTL@UB in collaboration with the Graduate School and the Center for Educational Innovation.