CTLR and its partners offer direct, timely support to faculty for their classes through online resources and consultations with their faculty and staff.
COVID-19 Teaching Resources
We also highlight stories of exciting approaches to teaching by Middlebury faculty and feature recommended articles, books, and research on teaching and learning.
Shared Teaching Resources
A repository of teaching resources and external links from faculty development activities is available at CTLR Faculty Teaching Resources.
We are currently updating the collection of resources for community sharing. If you would like to have an item added please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Middlebury Programs Directly Supporting Teaching
- Center for Community Engagement (CCE)
Provides support for community-connected teaching, learning and research. Piloting a community-connected PBL teaching assistant program.
- Digital Liberal Arts (DLA)
A faculty-driven, student-focused, staff-inclusive effort to foster innovative digital scholarship
- Digital Learning and Inquiry (DLINQ)
A cross-institutional program for faculty, staff, and students to advance digital fluency and critical engagement
- First Year Seminar Program
Support for teaching a FYS and advising
- Grants and Sponsored Programs (OGSP)
A cross-institutional program to seek and facilitate external funding to support institutional projects and faculty scholarship.
- Library’s Resources for Faculty
Includes recently added Research Assignments for Remote Courses
- Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (OIDEI)
Addresses barriers to increase access, opportunity, equity, inclusion, and full participation in the community
- Oratory Now
Provides consultations and class workshops for oral presentation
- Project-Based Learning (PBL)
Supports faculty with building community around and implementing PBL pedagogy
- Writing and Rhetoric Program
Supports faculty in the teaching of writing and writing-intensive courses (CW)