Faculty Learning Communities

The Center for Teaching and Learning will be offering FLCs during the 2019-20 Academic Year. Participating in an FLC requires a commitment to meet together 5-6 times (about every 2-3 weeks) over the course of a semester. In most cases, FLCs work over a two-semester period. In addition to the meetings, participants will read, collaborate, and make progress on individual projects between meetings. Each participant will actively contribute as responders, facilitators, peer reviewers and experts in selected areas of teaching and learning. Faculty should consider their other professional commitments before applying. Look for more information on the 2019-2020 faculty learning communities – to be announced soon.

Although some faculty learning communities are affiliated with initiatives of the CTL, any faculty member may propose a faculty learning community. The CTL will provide support in writing the call for participants, advertise the FLC, manage the registration process, and secure meeting space.

For more information, please contact Dr. Karen McComas (mccomas@marshall.edu) .