Mission Statement: To be an educational beacon for our faculty by providing developmental and pedagogical resources required for maintaining and improving didactical skills across educational modalities. Thus, we emphasize the importance of life-long learning to support the development of phenomenal instructors.

The Rothwell Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence (CTLE-W) provides faculty with information regarding faculty development and training opportunities. Our department encompasses and makes available course enrollment information, course syllabi resource​​s and access to our Rothwell CTLE Resource Site​, located within our Canvas Learning Management System.

Our Center has included tools such as a modality requirements matrix to help faculty understand all FACD requirements needed to be approved to teach in each modality.

CTLE-W also offers valuable resources regarding the Worldwide Standard Syllabus process and template, accompanied by journal subscription service links that are used to provide access to the most up-to-date research in the area of teaching and learning, along with providing examples to improve the overall teaching practices of our global faculty.​​​

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Submissions from 2017

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UDL and What it Means for Online Instructors, Angela Atwell

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Creating a Virtual Community of Practice for Online Adjunct Faculty, Angela Atwell, Cristina Cottom, Lisa Martino, and Sara Ombres

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New Adjunct Faculty Outreach, Cristina Cottom

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Supporting English Learners in Your Online Courses, Cristina Cottom

Submissions from 2016

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Inclusive Strategies for the Global Virtual Classroom, Angela Atwell

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Learning: It's Personal, Angela Atwell

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Online Classroom Culture Best Practices, Lisa Martino

Submissions from 2015

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Faculty Formative Self-Reflection Tools and Best Practices, Lisa Martino

Submissions from 2014

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Promoting Safety Through Research, Rita "Rene" Herron Ph.D. and MK Gorman