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- Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET)
- Teaching Support
- The Blend
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About the LTC
Welcome to the Ryan C. Harris Learning Teaching Center (LTC), the University of Dayton's laboratory for innovation in learning and teaching. We hope that you will visit the LTC on the ground floor of Roesch Library and on our website for materials and information that are helpful and inspiring.
The LTC consists of five areas: Office of Learning Resources, Faculty and Leadership Development, Office of Faculty Career Enhancement, Curriculum Innovation and e-Learning, and The Blend.
The Office of Learning Resources is a learning resource for students, parents, faculty and staff. OLR offers a wide variety of services to assist all students in achieving academic success at the university. If you’re a faculty member, Learning Resources can help you understand student learning needs and can support your work in the classroom.
Faculty and Leadership Development offers a variety of programs & services to support the professional development of department chairs and faculty, focusing on strengthening teaching and research. We also provide leadership development programming for faculty and staff.
Office of Faculty Career Enhancement offers a range of services and programs in all three areas for both faculty and students. Through the Write Place, peer tutoring is available to both graduate and undergraduate students. Faculty are supported through individual consultations as well as workshops and seminars on writing across the curriculum, and establishing successful research agendas.
Office of E-Learning, a unit of UDit, provides information technology training & support for technology-enhanced and distance learning courses. We catalyze innovations in technology to support academic programs & to improve learning environments.
The Blend, a student-owned coffee and espresso bar, sells excellent coffees and light pastries. The student management and employees get a real education in applying classroom concepts to real-life situations, and demonstrate what we value so deeply—active and engaged learning, and learning by doing.