University of Illinois
CITL: Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning
Toggle Search Tool
Instructional Spaces & Technologies
Marketing and Recruitment
Measurement & Evaluation
Online Program & Course Development
Teaching & Learning
Trends in Higher Education
Engaging Big Data
Create a Survey
Develop an eText
Develop Online Course
Develop Online Program
Exam Scoring Services
Face-to-Face & Blended Courses
Marketing & Recruitment
Oral English Assessment (EPI)
Placement & Proficiency Testing
Teaching Evaluation Services
Transitioning to Online Instruction
Transitioning to Blended Instruction
Teaching in Specific Contexts
Informal Early Feedback
CITL is collecting stories from instructors and students interested in sharing their experience of remote instruction. Whether you have an interesting innovation, simple course adaptation, or even an instructional misstep, we hope to share these stories so we can all learn from the collective experience of our campus community.
How I Used Trello & Zoom Breakout Rooms
Advertising course uses Trello to learn fictional organization.
Virtual Inventory Count
Finding a way to be creative when thinking of how to adapt.
Using Mini Projects for Experiential and Project-Based Learning
Learn more about using mini projects in courses.
Renewed Opportunity for Guest Expertise
Remote instruction allows for renewed opportunities.
Maximizing student engagement
Using simple technology when in crisis mode.
Using Background Music to De-Stress and Build Community Among Online Students
I invited students to share their music suggestions to play when working on the course assignment.
Want to share your story?
Submit Your Teachable Moment
249 Armory Building
505 East Armory Avenue
© 2020 University of Illinois Board of Trustees, et al. |