Collaboratory Mission

Learn more about the Learning Design Collaboratory. 

Erin Irish, Associate Professor, Biology

Sharing Perspectives

Erin Irish, Associate Professor of Biology shares the value of collaborating with a Faculty Community of Practice. 

Fred Boehmke and Paul Dilley

Teaming Up for Transformation

Fred Boehmke, Professor of Political Science and Paul Dilley, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies team up to develop their course. 

Brian Lai, Associate Professor, Political Science

Student Centered Course Redesign

Brian Lai, Associate Professor of Political Science shares his course redesign experience. 

About the Learning Design Collaboratory

Faculty Fellows who join the Collaboratory gather and share teaching strategies with their peers, explore aligning their course learning objectives, and use data to craft new approaches to teaching.

Community of Practice

Faculty Fellows meet regularly to share ideas and teaching strategies, ask questions of colleagues, give each other feedback, and reflect on their teaching practices. 

Course Design Teams

Course Design Teams support Faculty Fellows in developing or enhancing a specific course through a process of aligning course learning objectives.

Learning Assessment

Assessment specialists support Faculty Fellows in data-informed decision making and developing good assessment questions about student academic performance.

Contact the Learning Design Collaboratory

Chris Clark, Collaboratory Project Manager