Melissa Ellegood joined the Center in June as our Assistant Director of Learning Technology Initiatives. She shares more about her journey to UVA, what her experience has been like so far, and her goals for the position.
The CTE is looking for research partners/collaborators to join a multi-institutional SoTL Research Project exploring artificial intelligence (AI) and teaching in higher education.
The CTE's Elizabeth Dickens and Lindsay Wheeler, along with their coauthors, were awarded the International Journal for Academic Development's 2022 Article of the Year Award for their paper "Embracing complexity: an inclusive framework for the scholarship of educational development."
The annual teaching awards highlight some of the many distinguished faculty members who make UVA special. Education Associate Professor Melissa Levy is deeply involved in UVA’s Center for Teaching Excellence and received the All-University Teaching Award.
Faculty and students are invited to contribute to an examination of artificial intelligence applications and how they fit into the future of education on Grounds.
Learn more about our latest SoTL Grant recipients Anne Jewett and Jennifer Kastello.
A recent faculty workshop explored aspects of working with artificial intelligence applications instead of fighting against them.
In this special newsletter edition, we share ChatGPT demos and concrete strategies for teaching and learning in an AI-enabled world.
French Assistant Professor and 2022-23 SoTL Scholar Spyridon (Spyros) Simotas shares more about his reasons for joining the program and research project.
Adriana Streifer is an Assistant Professor and an Assistant Director in the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) at the University of Virginia. She runs the CTE’s course design institute, graduate student teaching certificate program, and teaching consultations.
2022-23 SoTL Scholar Emily Wettstein shares more about her SoTL project and time in the program so far.
Should educational development seek to define itself as a discipline? What are the urgent conversations around our research and practice? Is the academy improving? The CTE's Michael Palmer and Lindsay Wheeler join the Centering Centers podcast to discuss.