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Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

The Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) inspires and promotes innovation and excellence in curriculum, and all aspects of teaching and learning. Our education developers, instructional designers and technical staff support faculty in the development of their teaching practice, and in the development of curriculum, instructional materials, media and the appropriate use of technology.

Services

Workshops & events

Whether you are looking to brush up on your teaching strategies, explore online and blended learning, work on decolonizing your practice, or collaborate with a like-minded group of colleagues, we have learning opportunities to suit your needs.

 

 

More workshops & events

Regular offerings

If you don’t see the workshop you’re looking for, let us know and we’ll plan something just for you!

eLearning support

The eLearning unit supports the college community in the use of web-based technology, with the goal of providing an engaging and accessible learning experience.

Request support in the use of D2L, Collaborate, and Kaltura and other college provided educational technology.

Request support

Consult with an Instructional Designer on D2L course design, use of tools, assessment strategies, adoption of new tools.

Request a consultation

Learn more about eLearning and educational technology at Camosun.

Resources

Want the lowdown on teaching with D2L? Looking for a guide to designing effective test questions? Curious about Open Educational Resources? Want to know how to make a good rubric? New to teaching? We have a wide array of resources to meet many needs!

Curriculum

The curriculum development team helps faculty colleagues create and revise courses and programs with an eye to continuous enhancement of the student learning experience.

We guide instructors through the self-study phase of a program review, support renewal of program and course curriculum, and facilitate development of new program and course curriculum.