Center for Teaching Excellence and Learning

Promoting Excellence in the 21st Century “Classroom”

The Center for Teaching Excellence and Learning (CTEL) incorporates the latest technology and proven principles for instructional design and student learning to help promote the heart of the Bradley Experience both for faculty and students - excellence in teaching and learning, research, creative production, and applied scholarship.

Online Course Development Grants

Bradley's Office of Summer and Interim Sessions, the division of Learning Design and Technology, and the Center for Teaching Excellence and Learning have partnered to provide grants to support faculty in designing, improving, and teaching online courses.  Workshops are offered at the novice, intermediate, and advanced levels, plus a new option is being offered this year for faculty who are undecided in their role in online teaching.  Click on the following link for more information about Bradley's 2017-2018 Online Course Development Grants.  Application deadline is February 1, 2018.

Writing Intensive Course Workshop (WICW)

March 12-15, Monday -Thursday, 8:00-3:00 PM. 

The purpose of the WICW is to prepare Bradley faculty for effectively designing and teaching writing intensive (WI) courses as part of Bradley’s Core Curriculum. Ten Bradley faculty participants will each receive a $2,000 stipend for full participation in the WICW, including completion and submission of a WI course proposal by the end of the spring semester.

Further information and the application can be found as a pdf and as an editable Word document. Applications are due February 21st. 

"Other Technologies"

Additionally, IRT is offering a number of technology classes including, E-mailing Large Groups, Qualtrics Survey Tool 101, Google Drive Training, ABC's of Mobile Devices, and YouSeeU.

Go to https://webapp.bradley.edu/trainingscheduler/ to enroll.  ‚ÄčLog in with your BUNetID and password.  


2018 Fall Forum
7:45 AM - 3:30 PM