CTLR and its partners offer direct, timely support to faculty for their classes through online resources and consultations with their faculty and staff.
New Syllabus Requirement
The faculty recently voted in a new syllabus requirement. Find requirement details, syllabus guidelines and templates at Using a Syllabus.
CTLR Teaching Resources
- Using a Syllabus
- Guidelines and templates for using a syllabus at Middlebury.
- Academic Advising and Planning
- Documents to share with students for advising meetings and course planning calendars.
- Course-Based Tutoring
- The CTLR facilitates training and placement of course-based tutors in various subjects including STEM and quantitative and writing courses.
- A platform for file conversion for accessibility, this page has usage documentation for SensusAccess.
Shared Teaching Resources
- Watch DLINQ’s So You Need To Go Hybrid workshop
- Ungrading Toolkit by Genie Giaimo (WRPR) and Emily Jones ‘23
- Academic Reading Workshop for Students by Shawna Shapiro (WRPR)
- Collaborating with Student Life Deans - The 2021-2022 Guide to Policy and Processes
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 email@example.com.
Middlebury Programs Directly Supporting Teaching
The following is a brief description of available teaching support from various Middlebury programs.
- Center for Community Engagement (CCE)
- Provides support for community-connected teaching, learning and research. Piloting a community-connected PBL teaching assistant program.
- Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research (CTLR)
- Academic development hub for campuswide opportunities and resources.
- 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.
- Learning Resources
- Learning Resources collaborates with faculty working with students who are at academic risk or who face challenges related to learning style or learning disabilities.
- Library’s Resources for Faculty
- Information on browsing and materials, curricular and pedagogy support, and digital scholarship and publishing.
- A new initiative combining the Digital Liberal Ats (DLA) initiative and other data projects.
- 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)
- Community of practice that supports faculty with exploring and implementing PBL pedagogy.
- Writing and Rhetoric Program
- Supports faculty in the teaching of writing and writing-intensive courses (CW). WRPR also provides support for teaching multilingual-ESL students.
Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research
Davis Family Library, Suite 225
Middlebury, VT 05753