Campus Partner Programs

CTLM is one of the newest parts of a rich and vibrant teaching and learning community on campus. The center is committed to actively seeking and establishing partnerships with colleagues across the community as we all work together to enhance student learning. The following is an ever-evolving list of campus partner programs.

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The DELTA Program

The Delta Program engages graduate students and postdoctoral students in professional development in teaching, mentoring, outreach and advising.

Design Lab

DesignLab is a digital media design consulting service for students and instructors at UW-Madison. Through one-on-one and small group consultations, we are helping the UW-Madison campus work more effectively in digital media.

The Discussion Project Virtual

A free online course, The Discussion Project Virtual supports UW-Madison instructors in designing and implementing synchronous video conference discussion for classes of 40 or fewer. The training consists of seven, 2-hour, synchronous sessions in Zoom, each preceded by an hour of asynchronous work. The course is open to all UW-Madison instructors (faculty, academic staff and graduate students).

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Learn@UW-Madison

The Learn@UW-Madison service manages and supports UW-Madison’s Learn@UW, the university’s suite of learning technologies that facilitates teaching and learning. The team also helps integrate a variety of tools into the larger campus digital ecosystem.

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Morgridge Fellows Program

The purpose of the Morgridge Fellows Program is to further institutionalize and support community-engaged scholarship at the university. Community-engaged Scholarship (CES) is defined as: teaching, research, and scholarly activities that are performed in equitable, mutually beneficial collaboration with communities and community members to fulfill campus and community objectives.

UW Teaching Academy

The mission of the Teaching Academy is to promote, recognize and support excellence in teaching and learning among faculty, staff and students across campus. The Teaching Academy offers a number of ways for instructors to engage – from becoming a member to events such as the Fall and Winter Retreats.

WISCIENCE

The mission of the Wisconsin Institute for Science Education and Community Engagement (WISCIENCE) is to enhance engagement and strengthen success in STEM through equitable and inclusive initiatives, collaborations, service and scholarship. WISCIENCE offers consulting, events, projects, resources and learning communities tailored to instructors’ particular needs and interests.

Writing Across the Curriculum

The Writing Across the Curriculum Program is eager to help instructors think about creative and effective ways to incorporate writing and speaking assignments into courses at all levels and in all disciplines.