Support Services

CEETL provides services such as Consultations, Small Group Instructional Feedback (SGIF) facilitations, and room reservations for a variety of rooms in the Library, including the Teaching and Learning Commons (LIB 286).

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The CEETL Faculty Director, as well as instructional designers and CEETL consultants, offer individual and group consultations to lecturer faculty, Tenured/Tenure-Track faculty, staff, and departments on a variety of topics related to teaching and learning, such as course design, student engagement activities, and positive responses to student evaluations of teaching effectiveness.

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Instructional Feedback

A Small Group Instructional Feedback session is a formative mid-course check-in process for gathering information from students about their learning experience in a course. The process is anonymous and designed to foster personal reflection and constructive communication between students, their classmates, and the instructor so that learning objectives and outcomes can be met successfully.

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Room Reservations

CEETL maintains three rooms within the J.Paul Leonard Library building: LIB 221, 222 and 286.  At this time, LIB 221 and LIB 222 are reserved for CEETL programming and instructional needs within Academic Affairs and are not open to outside reservations. LIB 286 will remain open for faculty and student use and is not open to reservations.

Please see below for more room reservation options: 

  • Faculty, Students & Staff: Refer to the Library Room Reservation FAQ for information on how to  reserve study rooms in the 1st floor Research Commons of the J. Paul Leonard Library 
  • Faculty & Staff: Contact Academic Resources to request the use of classroom spaces across campus