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2021 CITL Winter Workshop

The 2021 CITL Winter Workshop will be held on January 19-22, 2021: Schedule, Description and Registration Links

Past Events

CITL: Course Site: Basics-Introducing Lehigh’s LMS (Course Site)

Date & Time: Thursday, August 22, 9:00 am to 10:00 am

Audience: Faculty, Staff

This session will discuss how to request a Course Site and set up your course, by adding content, assignments, discussion boards, grade book, adding roles, etc.

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CITL: Semester Kick-Off: Five Essential Tools for Content, Collaboration, and Communication.

Date & Time: Thursday, August 22, 10:00 am to 11:00 am

Audience: Faculty, Staff

This session will introduce Lehigh’s LMS (Course Site - discussion board, choice, quizzes), and several tools such as Panopto, Zoom, Google Assignments, or Turnitin, that help faculty to meet their pedagogical goals.

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CITL: Tours of classrooms and makerspaces

Date & Time: Thursday, August 22, 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

Audience: Faculty, Staff

We will have our CITL staff available to give tours and answer questions about classrooms as well as makerspaces available around campus.

Classrooms tour will include:

  • PA 101
  • MG 102 and MG 103

High-tech classroom/spaces in FML tour will include:

  • Visualization Lab
  • CITL Classroom

Makerspaces tour will include:

  • DIY Recording Studio
  • Digital Media Studio
  • Meet in CITL Commons

CITL: Online Learning Community of Practice

Date & Time: Thursday, May 2, 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Location: EWFM 520

Presenters: Peggy Kane and Ilena Key

Audience: Faculty, Staff, Students, Graduate Students

The Online Learning community of practice aims to get peopletogether  that have been teaching online, or have developed online modules for your face-to-face courses, or are just curious about the online learning environment.  We’d like to give you all the opportunity to share your experiences, successes and failures alike, so as to benefit your colleagues and Lehigh students.

These meetings are meant to be informal and group-led. We’ll have CITL staff present to take questions on technology and pedagogy. All interested students, faculty, and staff are welcome, and if you are not on-campus at that time, and would like to join via zoom, here is the

CITL Workshop: Introduction to Unreal Engine for Game Development

Date & Time: Tuesday, April 30, 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm

Location: EWFM 292

Audience: Faculty, Staff, Students

Unreal Engine is a popular game engine and alternative to Unity for game and application development. With the growing interest in VR development for both the Vive and Oculus, Unreal Engine's SDK provides a developer environment which, some feel, is more intuitive and user friendly. Join us at this CITL workshop for a hands-on basic introduction to the Unreal Engine platform. Due to limited space, registration is required. 

CITL: AR/VR Lehigh Community of Practice

Date & Time: Tuesday, April 23, 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Audience: Faculty, Staff, Students

The AR/VR Lehigh Community of Practice brings together people who are interested in working with virtual and augmented reality technology. Our next installment will feature demos and overviews of new and emerging AR/VR tools and applications available at Lehigh. View working 3D models in AR simultaneously with others using a set of networked HoloLens devices, experience digital storytelling in VR via the With.In streaming platform, and try out the Oculus GO - a standalone VR viewer that can be used anywhere. We will cover all topics in the first hour and the second hour will be allotted for open exploration. Users of all experience levels (and no experience!) are welcome.

CITL: Register now for the 2019 Symposium on Teaching and Learning

Date & Time: Wednesday, April 10 to Thursday, April 11, 8:00 am to 6:00 pm

Audience: Faculty, Staff, Graduate Students

We are excited to invite the campus community to this year’s Lehigh University Symposium on Teaching and Learning. This year the event will be held over two days and will highlight over 40 different presentations from a variety of disciplines.
Learn more and see the full schedule at

The Engaged Classroom

Date & Time: Wednesday, March 20, 4:15 pm to 5:30 pm

Location: Lewis Lab 270

Presenters: Dr. Greg Reihman, Prof. Sabrina Jedlicka, Prof. Rebecca Wang, Dr. Sarah Stanlick, and Dr. Mark James

Audience: Faculty, Staff

Our next installment in the Path to Prominence conversation, "The Engaged Classroom", will be held on March 20 at 4:15pm. Prof. GeorgeWhite will moderate the event. Dr. Greg Reihman, Prof. Sabrina Jedlicka, Prof. Rebecca Wang, Dr. Sarah Stanlick, and Dr. Mark James, Supervisor of STEM Programs for the Bethlehem School District will be featured. Refreshments will be served.

CITL: Reflecting on Summer online teaching at Lehigh (Rescheduled)

Date & Time: Thursday, November 29, 2:35 pm to 4:00 pm

Location: EWFM 520

Presenters: Professors Ziad Munson and Bob Booth, Moderated by Peggy Kane

Audience: Faculty, Staff

If you’ve already taught online or are considering it in the future, join us for this session, facilitated by Professors Ziad Munson and Bob Booth. Both have taught online during the summer, and in addition to sharing their own experiences, will lead a discussion on lessons learned and best practices with other Lehigh professors who have taught online or are new to the online environment.

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CITL: Best Practices in Preventing Plagiarism and Promoting Academic Integrity

Date & Time: Thursday, November 8, 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm

Location: EWFM 520

Presenters: Greg Reihman, Greg Skutches, Jasmine Woodson and Mark Oulette

Audience: Faculty, Graduate Students

Lehigh students are expected to follow the academic integrity standards described in the Student Code of Conduct, and faculty are expected to use the disciplinary process when a student violates the Code. However, as a community, we can diminish the likelihood of Code of Conduct violations by adopting these best practices for promoting academic integrity.