The mission of the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is to support lifelong educational excellence. The CTL accomplishes this through faculty development and student learning assistance. The CTL offers a variety of resources to facilitate improvements in teaching and learning such as faculty development workshops, active learning tools and techniques, a lending library within the faculty office suite, research and ethics training, and the annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning, to name a few.
The CTL provides assistance to students seeking additional support outside the classroom. Students have access to learning consultations, anatomical models, and tutoring services. Through the Peer Tutoring Program, Students receive tutoring from their peers who have demonstrated high academic achievement in their courses. The program is managed by the Center for Teaching and Learning, and it affords students with specific instructional needs the opportunity to obtain extra academic assistance at no cost. The CTL partners with Tutor.com to provide assistance to students seeking additional support outside of peer-tutoring. Information about accessing Tutor.com is provided to all students through Blackboard, and provides access through single sign-on.
For assistance with Online Education resources, please visit their MyParker page click here.