Welcome to CET&L

A hub of excellence in teaching and learning

We cultivate great teaching by fostering communities of inquiry, practice and scholarship to impact student success by:

  • promoting research-based best practices; 
  • providing consultations on the programmatic, curricular, course, and individual level; 
  • advancing university initiatives in student learning;
  • supporting equity, diversity and inclusion; and 
  • inspiring, invigorating, and empowering faculty dedicated to the success of their students. 

Our areas of expertise and focus include: classroom pedagogy and innovation, assessment, scholarship of teaching and learning, course design, accessibility and gateway instruction.

For more information or to request unit-specific or college-specific training, please contact us at cetl@uc.edu.

Upcoming Events


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LT@UC - Call for Proposals

The Academy of Fellows for Teaching & Learning (AFTL), the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning (CET&L), IT@UC eLearning, and UC Libraries welcome submissions (see guidelines) to present at the second annual Learning & Teaching at UC conference (LT@UC) on Tuesday, October 10th, 2017 to celebrate, promote and stimulate scholarship focused on 21st-century education. Click here to learn more about the LT@UC Conference.




Course Design Institutes

Effective course design can make your teaching experience easier and facilitate student learning. Good design maximizes learning while reducing student confusion by clarifying expectations. Whether you are designing a new course or reimagining an existing course, CET&L’s Course Design Institutes can help you with this process by providing an opportunity for in-depth work on a particular course with support from CET&L staff and feedback from colleagues. To learn more about Course Design Institutes, click here.




Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Resources for Instructors

We believe that "universities are the best places for promoting affirmation and understanding, with spaces for contemplation, debate, inquiry, meditation, and ideation. They are also spaces for artistic expression of anger, anguish, fear, hope, redemption and other emotions experienced during challenging times" (An Open Letter to Our University Community). Our pages are dedicated to supporting instructors in the creation of inclusive learning spaces. Click here.