Centers within the Commonwealth of Virginia
Many of the centers listed below hold workshops, summits, and conferences open to faculty not affiliated with their university. A list of such events is available here.
If you would like your Center added to this list, please let us know.
- George Mason University, Center for Teaching and Faculty Excellence
- George Washington University, Teaching and Learning Collaborative
- James Madison University, Center for Faculty Innovation
- Liberty University, Center for Teaching Excellence
- Longwood University, Digital Education Collaborative
- Marine Corps University, Center for Teaching and Learning
- Marymount University, Center for Teaching and Learning
- Norfolk State University, Office of Faculty Development
- Old Dominion University,
— Center for Learning and Teaching,
— Center for Learning and Teaching: Faculty Development
- Radford University, Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning
- Randolph-Macon College, The Higgins Academic Center
- Randolph College, Faculty Development Center
- Regent University, Center for Teaching and Learning
- Shenandoah University, Center for Teaching and Learning
- University of Mary Washington,
— Center for Teaching Excellence and Innovation,
— Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies
- University of Richmond, Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology
- University of Virginia, Teaching Resource Center (That’s Us!)
- Virginia Commonwealth University,
— Academic Learning Transformation Lab,
— School of Medicine Office of Faculty Affairs
- Virginia Community College System, Professional Development Office
- Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Center for Instructional Development and Educational Research
Centers beyond Virginia
- University of Kansas’s, Center for Teaching Excellence keeps an up-to-date list of Teaching and Learning Centers in the United States and around the world.
- The POD Network Electronic Communications Resource Committee started a user generated Google Spreadsheet that houses an expansive list of centers with additional information such as if the center has a blog or open resources.
- Wikipedia has a limited list of teaching and learning centers across the globe.