Oct 18 – ArcGIS Online

20 October 2022

Non-GIS users often encounter two major challenges in making and using maps, lack of (1) ready-to-use geospatial data, and (2) a platform that displays geospatial data from different sources. ArcGIS…

Oct 4 – Being a Multilingual Writer at Carleton

5 October 2022

As Carleton continues to diversify its student population, faculty will encounter more multilingual (international and domestic) students in the classroom. Currently, there are about 250 international students at Carleton and…

Sept 27 – A “Liberal Arts Laboratory”: Teaching with Archives, Maps, and Rare Books

29 September 2022

Working with Gould Library’s unique physical collections of archives, rare books, artists’ books, and print maps provide students with hands-on, active learning opportunities. This session will highlight creative approaches to…

Oct 5, 2021: Leveraging Student (and Faculty) Computing Devices

4 January 2022

Students at Carleton now all have a laptop that makes it possible for computer-based activities to happen in the classroom.  We learned over the last few months that collaborative tools…

Feb 2, 2021: Annotated Bibliographies as a Way to Map the Scholarly Conversation

28 April 2021

Annotated bibliographies are deceptively simple, but they come in many forms, fulfill many functions, and work towards varying goals. Some annotated bibliography assignments are meant to help students begin the…

Jan 28, 2020: Early Interventions

30 January 2020

The Carleton calendar moves incredibly fast, and courses cover a great deal of materials in a short time span. Students who get behind are often ashamed to admit it, and…

Jan 14, 2020: AzTech Program: Student Staff & Assistive Technology Supporting Students with Disabilities

15 January 2020

Carleton students who serve as Assistive Technologists (AzTechs for short) will share their perspectives about supporting students with learning disabilities. What types of technologies and software are available? How do…

Nov. 5, 2019: Self-Assessment as a Tool for Student Learning

18 November 2019

This session will address ways that faculty can incorporate self-assessment as one component of student feedback. Effective self-assessment encourages the development of metacognitive skills necessary for higher-order thinking. Faculty, staff,…

Sept. 24, 2019: Fostering Collegial Conversations about Teaching: Reflecting on LTC Programs and Brainstorming Options for the Future

3 October 2019

In addition to the weekly lunches, which are the most visible LTC activities, the LTC also offers an array of other programs to support teaching and learning, including teaching circles,…

Apr. 23, 2019: Carleton’s Community Board on Sexual Misconduct’s Impact on Teaching and Learning

30 April 2019

2019_04_23_LTC Lunch The Community Board on Sexual Misconduct (CBSM) is the college body charged with adjudicating complaints of student-to-student sexual misconduct. This session will be facilitated by Laura Riehle-Merrill, Carleton’s…

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