BC's Center for Teaching Excellence

Boston College has opened a new Center for Teaching Excellence that attempts to combine innovative pedagogy with the best of Jesuit education. The latest Boston College Chronicle reports:

Housed on the second floor of O’Neill Library, the CTE brings together existing resources in academic technology and professional development – Instructional Design and eTeaching Services (IDeS), the Connors Family Learning Center, and the Faculty Microcomputer Resource Center – in one administrative bailiwick.
 

The result, say administrators, will be a comprehensive array of tools available for BC faculty to improve and advance their teaching while also gaining a fuller appreciation of their role in a Jesuit, Catholic university. 

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