In addition to instructor support for teaching, CETL provides a variety of services ranging from student tutoring to equipment loans.
CETL provides consultation and guidance for departments and programs around UConn that are considering adding a new academic program. CETL can assist in the evaluation of the feasibility of new programs.
For faculty looking to move away from paper exams or Scantrons, online testing is available through HuskyCT. Online testing can be offered in the classroom or as at-home assessment. For faculty wishing to administer online testing in the classroom (BYOD testing), UConn’s ITS has verified that all lecture classrooms have Wi-Fi capabilities sufficient to support this testing.
The UConn Writing Center welcomes students seeking writing support. Students can come to the center with their assignments, ideas, questions, and drafts. The W Center undergraduate and graduate tutors are ready to work with students at any stage in the writing process. The center also supports those who teach W courses and partners with offices across campus to enrich UConn’s academic mission.
The University of Connecticut’s Quantitative Learning Center (Q Center) is a resource to elevate the proficiency of students taking quantitative intensive (Q) courses across the undergraduate curriculum. We provide direct assistance to students via peer tutoring, review sessions, and the creation of innovative learning tools.
CETL's Educational Technology Department has video equipment, such as video cameras and GoPros, available to loan to faculty or staff for your video projects.
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