What we offer
Meet with one of our skilled managers to discuss your syllabus, teaching modalities, and best practices for academic technologies.
We create and curate resources including tutorials and short courses focused on concepts important to teaching & learning.
We offer a variety of programming and events including learning labs, workshops, community conversations, and Teaching & Learning Talks.
We offer resources, support, and professional development for course design and delivery across modalities.
We function as a hub and connector for teaching and learning initiatives at W&M. We actively seek opportunities to partner and collaborate across the university and beyond.
Explore the digital humanities with Paul Vierthaler, STLI Fellow for Excellence in Teaching December 1, 2023 • Vivian Hoang When some think of disciplines in the humanities like classic and ancient studies, they may conjure images of black ink inscribed across...
STLI Departmental Roadshows Hosted by Anthropology, Psychology, & Chemistry | Fall 2023 The Studio for Teaching & Learning Innovation took the show on the road this semester with lunch and learn workshops tailored to specific departmental needs. ...
Amplifying your Faculty Work:Open Access, Scholar Works, ORCID Hosted by W&M Libraries, Information Technology, STLI, and the Provost’s Office | October 25, 2023 How can you get people to read your research publications? Several options are available to...
STLI Podcast – New Series & Episodes!
Academic Innovation Projects
Last semester I came across the idea of a visual syllabus that a small handful of faculty had developed for their courses and were posting about it on Twitter….
It’s always a great time to consider your course with the principles of culturally responsive teaching (CRT) and technology integration. However, even though CRT has been a popular buzzword, you might have doubts and lack practical ideas about how to include CRT practices with technology integration. …
If you find yourself teaching a course that has grown stagnant and students are becoming disengaged, it might be time to try something new. Students crave hands-on application where they see the fruits of their labor in concrete, meaningful ways….