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What is the connection between the practice of improv and the practice of teaching? If you are hoping to ignite your imagination, spark your creativity, or reinvigorate your course, one of our improvisation workshops can help get you started.

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Looking for a way to increase engagement with your students? The University Center for Teaching and Learning’s Classroom Services unit now has the Catchbox throwable microphone available for you to use in your classes

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TC60: Fall Orientations

The latest edition of our TC60 video blog series spotlights orientation programs for new faculty and teaching assistants. Fall term is underway here at Pitt, and the University Center for Teaching and Learning welcomed more than 300 new faculty and teaching assistants to campus in late August. Sponsored by the Office of the Provost, the Teaching Center has hosted New Faculty and New Teaching Assistant Orientations for more than 20 years.

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Catchbox Throwable Microphones Now Available

Looking for a way to increase engagement with your students? The University Center for Teaching and Learning’s Classroom Services unit now has the Catchbox throwable microphone available for you to use in your classes. Instead of trying to pass a…

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TC60: Social Impact Campaign

The latest edition of our TC60 video blog series spotlights Pitt Online’s Massive Open Online Course, “Gender and Sexuality: Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace.” The course addresses how identity shapes our experiences in the work environment. The MOOC was selected by Coursera to be part of its Education for Social Impact campaign. The MOOC, co-taught by Dr. Julie Beaulieu of Pitt and Dr. Susan Marine of Merrimack College, has now reached an audience of nearly 2,000 online learners since April.

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