faculty engagements every year
in faculty research support over the past 4 years
Together we can discover and explore innovative ideas that advance student learning.
Immersive experiences, artificial intelligence, blended learning, 3D printing, collaborative learning spaces, and open education resources are just some of the tools we use to enrich the Penn State learning experience.
Best of all, we are on this journey with you.
Our staff has experts in instructional design, emerging technology and media, learning spaces, faculty programs, creative learning initiatives, and more. From brainstorming to implementation to evaluation, we’re here to help.
We're passionate about the work we do with our partners.Meet the 2019 Faculty Fellows.
Personalizing Learning Spaces by Streaming and Recording Lectures
Ed’s fellowship project aims to explore best practices in recording lectures in the classroom and how it can be used for reflective teaching.
Using Mixed Reality to Prepare Students for Better Laboratory Learning Experiences
Through her project, Pansy will investigate how virtual labs can deliver higher quality learning experiences than traditional science and engineering laboratories.
Expanding the Asian Studies Classroom Through Virtual Learning Spaces
Salguero will, through immersive experiences, work with his group to build on an ongoing pedagogical project that is used in the classroom to deliver ethnographic data, photography, and short documentary films to students.
We're proud of our work and we think you'll like it, too.Here are some of our learning spaces.
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Media Commons, presented by Penn State’s Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT), has unveiled two new initiatives designed to help the University community get creative and also explore while sheltering at home. “While Penn Staters are practicing social...
Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT) is continuing to offer virtual office hours via Zoom to assist faculty who have questions about transitioning residential classes to remote teaching format. Faculty are welcome to drop in and ask questions, learn more about...