Past Event

Faculty Learning Community on Inclusive Teaching--A Hybrid Offering

September 27, 2019
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Butler Library, 535 W. 114 St., New York, NY 10027 203
Do you want to deepen your inclusive teaching practice by engaging in reflective activities and discussion with other Columbia faculty? This learning community is designed for Columbia faculty members interested in taking the CTL’s self-paced, 15-hour online course, Inclusive Teaching: Support All Students in the College Classroom, alongside a group of peers. There will be two in-person meetings during the fall 2019 semester to help participants identify strategies and talk through particular challenges related to reaching all students in the classroom space. The first in-person meeting (on September 27) will serve as an introduction to the course as well as a space for faculty members to engage with other Columbia faculty participating in the learning community and share what they hope to learn to refine their inclusive teaching practices. During the semester, we will hold online office hours and check in periodically to answer questions, pose discussion prompts, and help faculty members track their progress. The second in-person meeting (on November 1) will provide an opportunity for faculty to reflect on what they learned by taking the online course and how they will continue on their journey towards inclusive teaching. Refreshments will be provided, and each participant will receive a copy of the CTL’s Guide for Inclusive Teaching and verified access to the online course. Please enroll in the free ColumbiaX online course: Inclusive Teaching: Support All Students in the College Classroom by visiting the edX website: After enrolling, please fill out the following form to receive your verified certificate access code: Columbia University makes every effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. Contact or 212.854.1692 for accommodations. This event may be photographed. For concerns, contact

Contact Information

Center for Teaching and Learning
212 854-1692