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Berea’s Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), brings faculty, staff, and students together with each other and with trained faculty, staff, and student leaders to deepen their confidence, skills, perspectives, and insights as readers, writers, learners, and teachers.
Three threads intertwine at the heart of the Center: 1) continued teaching-related professional development for faculty and staff professionals, 2) support for undergraduate TAs and tutors as they begin to professionalize, and 3) writing support for all students, staff, and faculty members at the College.
Visit us in our new location at Hutchins Library. Faculty Development is located on the main level near the circulation desk (Library 206). Writing Resources, TA/LA Programs and Student-Faculty Partnership Programs are located on the Lower Floor.
For more information visit the Center for Teaching and Learning website.
First time users must register by going to the “Click Here to Register” link on the log in page. Once registered, students can go online anytime to schedule, change, or cancel a consultation. All consultations are 50 minutes. For questions or help, call us at 859-985-3404. Walk-ins are welcome!