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2018 Ramp Up winners announced!

LTS is happy to announce the winners of the prize drawing for the LTS Ramp Up! Just shy of seven hundred students (roughly half of all first year and transfer students) completed the Ramp Up and qualified for the prize drawings.

The LTS Ramp Up is an online tutorial introducing students to Library and Technology Services (LTS), helping them to “ramp up” for the fall semester by learning about LTS’ technology and library services.

CITL announces Fall 2018 LearnX-MakeX workshops

The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning invites the Lehigh community to attend one or more of the following LearnX-MakeX workshops to be held this semester, where we take a quick dip into a wide range of topics and you walk away with something you've learned, made, or designed!

These workshops are made possible through a partnership between Lehigh's Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning and the Office of Creative Inquiry.

CITL/LearnX-MakeX: Creating 360 Virtual Tours

CITL Fall 2018 Workshops Announced

CITL has released the schedule of Fall 2018 workshops to be held throughout the semester. Topics ranging from inclusive teaching and teacher development to digital scholarship and instructional technology to innovative teaching strategies and activities. View and download the flyer for more information and plan to join us for one or many!

Google Cloud Print makes printing a breeze!

Library and Technology Services offers a few ways to conveniently print to public computing site printers. LTS currently recommends the use of Google Cloud Print, since it offers the most consistent printing experience across all devices and applications.

Welcome from Vice Provost Bruce Taggart

On behalf of Library and Technology Services, I'd like to welcome all new and returning students, faculty, and staff to the 2018-19 academic year!

I am excited to update you on some of our latest improvements and initiatives, and highlight a few important resources and services that are available to you.

Introducing LUapps: Software anytime, anywhere, any device!

Introducing LUapps!

Student Voices Fall 2018 series: Conversations on the Diversity of Student Experience in Lehigh's Classrooms

The Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning invites Lehigh faculty to attend one or more of the following "Student Voices" conversations to be held this semester.

CITL Annual Report 2017-2018

The CITL  2017-2018 Annual Report is now available.  Have a look to learn about the Center's work over the past academic year and see our goals for 18-19.  If you prefer to read a print version, stop by the CITL Office in EWFM 371.

New Faculty Orientation 2018

The CITL is hosting new faculty orientation in the CITL Commons in the EWFM library on Monday and Tuesday, August 20-21, 2018. Download the Schedule

Wednesday will also feature a CITL open house including opportunities to visit our new/updated learning spaces, get a crash course/refresher on Course Site, tour the Vizualization Lab and One-button Studio, and a peak at LUapps - a new solution for running apps virtually on-demand from anywhere.


Call for Requests for Proposals for CITL Collaboration / CITL Faculty Fellowship Course Development Grants

If you would like to work with Lehigh's Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) on a class you are teaching in summer 2018 or Academic Year 2018-19 please submit a brief proposal by Friday, April 27, 2018. Someone from the Center will be in touch with you in early May.

Proposals that require a substantial investment of faculty time (e.g., a significant course redesign, integration of an innovative project into the course, adoption of a wholly new teaching approach, etc.) may qualify for a CITL Faculty Fellowship Course Development Grant of up to $500. Grant recipients will work closely with CITL consultants throughout the project and will present at the 2018 Symposium on Teaching and Learning or at another CITL event. 
Here are some areas in which we have worked together with faculty in the past (additional details can be found in the Consulting section of the CITL site):
  • Consultation about General Teaching and Learning Topics
  • Academic Uses of Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality
  • Consultation on Writing, Research, and Inquiry Projects
  • Inclusive Teaching, Active Learning, or Project-based Courses
  • Teaching in a CITL Classroom and other Flexible/Active Learning Spaces
  • Academic Uses of Visualization, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality
  • Course-related Digital Scholarship, Video, Film, or Multimedia Projects
  • Enhancing Teaching using Digital Tools, Instructional Videos or Modules
  • Developing a Fully Online Course
  • Research Computing Facilities for Teaching
  • Digital Texts or Open Access Material
  • Teaching in Large Lecture Halls
Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
Greg Reihman, Ph.D.
Director, Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning