Full resource list from August 24, 2023 Webinar led by Lew Ludwig on the implications and innovations of AI in the classroom. Includes video of webinar, slide deck, and resources.

AI Literacy and Next-Generation Student Empowerment


A CTL webinar on ChatGPT from Nov. 10, 2023, led by Dr. Jennifer Hayward (Virginia Myers Professor of English and Global Media & Digital Studies) and Caitlyn Deeter (Educational Technology Associate), both at the College of Wooster

Do Faculty of Color Really Matter for the Liberal Arts?

A GLCA/GLAA Consortium for Teaching and Learning webinar presented on December 5, 2023 by Professors Irene López (Psychology: lopezi@kenyon.edu) and Simon Garcia (Chemistry: garcias@kenyon.edu), both of Kenyon College.

 From the Archives


On December 2, 2021, Professor Clara Román-Odio, Professor of Professor of Spanish, Latin American Literature, and Latino Studies at Kenyon College, offered a webinar on "Spiritism by Puerto Rican Women:  From Remarkable Pioneers to Contemporary Heirs" for the Consortium on Teaching and Learning of the GLCC-GLAA. You can find a recording of the webinar here:  https://www.wevideo.com/view/2539225807 Through the fall of 2021, Professor Román-Odio, returned to Puerto Rico at intervals to give her...

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Teaching Tools that Worked: Evidence from 2020

Gaaa! This has been a hard year. Lots of experimentation using online tools; lots of time wasted, bugs encountered, and hair pulled out. But we’ve learned some things. Here, crowd sourced, is a list of teaching tools actually used by real faculty (not actors!) that they have found to be useful. The list has been compiled from a query and follow-up answers via the small college POD listserv. We can’t vouch for each and every one, but favorite tools that faculty at a variety of institutions have...

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