The Teaching and Learning Center is located on the first floor of Knight-Capron Library. While the facilities are intended primarily for the T+LC, they may also be used for other activities that relate to the mission. Faculty and staff wishing to reserve the facilities for an appropriate purpose should apply well in advance to the T+LC. Decisions about what activities get scheduled will be based on these criteria:
- Teaching and Learning Center activities, including presentations, consultations, book group discussions, and meetings of the Faculty Fellows, take precedence over all others.
- Instructional development activities not sponsored by the T+LC can be scheduled to take place in the facility. These include presentations, discussions, and other activities directly related to improving teaching and learning.
- Individual class meetings intended to explore ways in which an active-learning classroom can be used to enhance student learning can be scheduled in the T+LC. Instructors who use the room for this purpose will be asked to subsequently make a short presentation to the Faculty Fellows about what they learned from the process. The facility will not normally be the regular classroom for any course.