A supportive place to find workshops, resources, and assistance to better your teaching. With extensive experience in successful grant writing at all levels, Office of Teaching and Learning staff are available to work with you as part of your grant application team. Meeting space is available for your education-related initiatives. Our reach is broad, encompassing all subject areas and interdisciplinary approaches to education.
Information on our strategic plan, staff, office hours, and contact information.
Annual learning events and calendar of teaching-related events across campus.
We have six major programs that offer a variety of events, services, degrees, and training opportunities.
Quality learning begins with quality teaching. Find resources to improve your teaching.
We Learn Together Blog
Posts about different techniques that may enhance your teaching.
Be sure to refresh your screen to ensure you are viewing the most updated list.
JANUARY 13, 2021 | Register now for the College Teaching Certificate
JANUARY 14, 2021 | Including U: Non-Traditional Students | 12-1 p.m. | Via Zoom
FEBRUARY 4, 2021 | Including U: Higher Ed and Different Abilities | 12-1 p.m. | Via Zoom
FEBRUARY 14, 2021 | Event Canceled - Avenues of Scientific Discovery
FEBRUARY 25, 2021 | Including U: New American and Refugee Realities | 12-1 p.m. | Via Zoom
MARCH 1, 2021 | Nomination Deadline for Amy Rupiper Taggart Award for Excellence in Program Assessment
MARCH 1, 2021 | Nomination Deadline for Award for Excellence in Course Assessment
MARCH 2 & 3 , 2021 | NDUS: Open Educational Resource Conference
MARCH 25, 2021 | Including U: Women in Higher Ed | 12-1 p.m. | MU Badlands
APRIL 1, 2021 | Deadline for submitting Fall/Summer Semester 2021 course materials to the NDSU Bookstore
APRIL 15, 2021 | Including U: Underrepresented Campus Faiths | 12-1 p.m. | MU Badlands
Be sure to refresh your screen to ensure you are viewing the most updated news.
If you plan to teach in any institution of higher education, register for this program and give yourself a competitive advantage.
Find out who will lead OTL.
K-12 teachers are required to obtain professional development credits to maintain their license. Find out how you can offer a class and get paid for it.
A tool to assist in making your class more accessible.
Join us for these presentations on each candidate's vision for OTL.
NDSU professor James Caton challenges students to explore the unfamiliar.
James Caton describes himself as “a teacher who has spent his life in pursuit of understanding.”
That’s a perspective he...
In a photo taken before the pandemic, NDSU associate professor Angela Smith teaches her students.
Angela Smith is an admired and respected instructor who firmly believes that students learn best by...
In a photo taken before the pandemic, associate professor Fariz Huseynov teaches his NDSU students. Huseynov has
taught a variety of management courses since joining the faculty in 2009.