Journal on Centers for teaching and Learning
Teaching Centers, educational development
Teaching centers offer a variety of services, ranging from teaching orientations and one-time workshops to intensive programs such as learning communities to individual consultations. However, most instructors do not participate in all categories of service a center offers; rather, they create their own paths through various combinations and sequences of programs. What do we know about these pathways, and what can we learn from the patterns of use? This article shares findings from an analysis of several years of data to learn more about the sequence in which instructors experience educational development and to discuss the implications of these findings.
Plank, Kathryn M. and Mares, Alvin S., "The Paths People Take Through Teaching Center Services: A Descriptive Analysis" (2013). Faculty Scholarship. 4.