DePaul University Center for Teaching & Learning > Faculty Development
The Center for Teaching and Learning provides faculty at DePaul with a number of opportunities for professional development, including the following programs:
The Teaching & Learning Certificate Program (TLCP) is a workshop-based program for all full- and part-time DePaul faculty and instructional staff who are interested in enriching their teaching practices in collaboration with colleagues from across the university.
DePaul Online Teaching Series (DOTS) is a faculty development program that trains and assists faculty to become successful facilitators of online learning.
Global Learning Experience (GLE) is a new initiative at DePaul that offers grants to faculty members who integrate meaningful global conversations into their courses.
The Assessment Certificate Program (ACP) is a workshop-based program designed to provide training and support for faculty and staff engaged in the assessment of student learning.
DePaul offers grants and other resources to support faculty in the research and development of novel teaching methodologies and practices that can lead to the measurable enhancement of student learning.
Online Facilitation Essentials (OFE) is a two-week, fully online training that helps faculty master the fundamentals of facilitating existing online and hybrid courses.
D2L Essentials is a self-paced online course designed to help faculty become familiar with the most commonly used features of Desire2Learn, DePaul's learning management system.