Teaching and Research Support for Faculty
Carleton College supports our faculty and their development at every stage of their careers — in their teaching, research, and other scholarly pursuits.
Perlman Center for Learning & Teaching
The LTC coordinates programs for new and experienced faculty, circulates new information about teaching theories and strategies, and helps to identify problems and suggest solutions for classroom practice.
Information and assistance on assignment and management of advisees, academic requirements, sophomore writing portfolio, and other support for advisors.
Information Technology Services
The Academic Technologists in Information Technology Services (ITS) support the academic technology needs of faculty for their courses and research.
The Registrar’s Office assists faculty with course creation and revising, grading submissions, advising information, and much more.
Gould Library librarians and other staff
Gould Library librarians and staff work closely with faculty to provide research support for their classes and assignments, and partner with them to build library collections that support the curriculum.
A&I Seminar Resources
Help for Carleton faculty members teaching Argument and Inquiry seminars, courses designed to teach new students abut the meaning and value of a liberal arts education.
Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC)
Carleton has long emphasized the importance of distributing writing instruction throughout the disciplines. Sophomore writing portfolios are used to assess and demonstrate student fluency in academic writing.
Quantitative Resource Center
The Quantitative Resource Center (QRC) provides workshops, class visits, and other support to faculty who teach quantitative skills and reasoning across the curriculum.
The IdeaLab provides integrated curricular support and training with a special emphasis on technology tools, media, visual representations and audio.