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Ashley Greene

Learning & Teaching Collaborative

What We Do

The Learning & Teaching Collaborative partners with faculty to integrate learning, teaching, research, and technology to engage students in co-creating effective, meaningful learning experiences.

Dr. Darrell Hucks

Instructional Development

The Coordinator of Instructional Development supports continuous improvement in teaching and learning through faculty development programs, research, resources, and direct consultation with faculty to reimagine instructional practices

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Digital Learning

We provide a continually evolving, faculty-friendly, student-focused environment that uses technologies to support teaching, learning and pedagogical innovation at Keene State College.

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Quad in the spring

What's Happening?

We have a full calendar of faculty-related events.

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Faculty Teaching Initiatives

The Collaborative leads and supports a variety of initiatives to provide faculty opportunities for professional learning to enrich teaching, engage with colleagues in a spirit of inquiry and reflection, and make teaching and learning more public and collaborative.

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Learning Communities

A Learning Community is an active group of colleagues who work collaboratively on an on-going basis, focusing on a particular pedagogical or research topic, issue in higher education, or other topic of shared interest.

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Individualized Support for Faculty

Individual instructional consultations are one of the most high-impact opportunities for faculty enrichment.

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We maintain a collection of resources on teaching and learning. Sample topics include strategies for the first day of class, syllabus design, transparent assignment design, setting up your Canvas course, and conducting peer observations of teaching.

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Support for New Faculty

Information about programs to orient and support new tenure-track, clinical, artist-in-residence, post-doc, contract, and adjunct faculty.

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Sensus Access Document Conversion Service

The Sensus Access document conversion service enables faculty to facilitate inclusive access and universal design by converting inaccessible course documents into formats that are accessible for students who use screen readers.

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Contact the Learning & Teaching Collaborative

Pat Wright
Mason Library Administrative Assistant
Office: LIB 116
Phone: 603.358.2723
Mail Stop: 3201