Nakatani Teaching & Learning Center

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The Nakatani Teaching and Learning Center (NTLC) is a source for inspiration, resources, and friendly faces. We invite you to browse through the variety of programs we actively sponsor to support instructional development. We strive to provide educators with a guided structure that encourages the exploration of in-depth research and teaching and learning scholarly applications. Please visit us in the Robert S. Swanson Library Learning Center on the 2nd floor, Room 201, Teaching and Learning Hub. You're welcome to peruse our library of teaching and learning resources. We also offer meeting spaces for NTLC-related activities and discussions.

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Community of Practice

Community of Practice (CoP) is a year-long program focusing on a topic or issue about enhancing teaching and learning. Learn More »

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NTLC Fellowship 

This unique individual professional development experience assists to promote and meet with NTLC director to expand teaching and learning opportunities across campus. Learn More »

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Sharing Communities 

Instructors investigate a topic, issue or problem related to teaching and learning with other instructors. Current & Past Topics »

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Events

Every year we put on diverse, valuable events designed to engage the campus community and advance scholarly teaching and learning. NTLC sponsors on- and off-campus speakers and hosts workshops on timely instructional topics. Explore »

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New Faculty & Instructors

At NTLC, it's our pleasure to support new faculty and instructional academic staff as they are introduced to our university, culture, and processes. We offer numerous programs and invaluable resources to ensure your success at UW-Stout. Agenda & Info »

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Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

At the core of the SoTL philosophy is an understanding that intentionally studying teaching practices and student learning outcomes is crucial for producing excellence in instruction. Read more »

 

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WTFS and OPID

Wisconsin Teaching Fellow or Scholar (WTFS) and UW's System's Office of Professional and Instructional Development (OPID) Opportunities »