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  • Get ready to make the final move to Canvas.
  • We are growing
  • Canvas Training is here.
  • Portia Jackson Preston Quality Matters Certified Course
  • Paul Narguizian Quality Matters Certified Course
  • Ashley Munger Quality Matters Certified Course
  • Tye Jackson Quality Matters Certified Course
  • Inclusive Pedagody
  • Quality Hybrid and Online Course Design
  • CETL recognized in ACE white paper.
  • Reflections on Teaching
  • The Teaching Project
  • Mandy Hillstrom Quality Matters Certified Course
  • Course Redesign for Student Success Program
  • CETL's Semester Tips and Tricks
  • Winter 2016 Two Day Active Learning Workshop
  • CETL Clickers Tips and Tricks
  • Flexible Learning Classroom Spaces
  • ACUE Pilot
  • Faculty align their assignments and activities with course objectives.
  • Institute members collaboratively redesign course goals.
  • Faculty from across the CSU gather to share at the 18th Annual CSU Symposium.
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  • It begins with a verb.



Call for Participants! A new FALL 2014 Flipped, Hybrid, Online Institute will take place September 8-11, 2014. Information can be found on the Call for Participation page. Online applications are due on Friday, August 15th.

Beginning with Summer 2014 courses, CSULA will be upgrading Moodle to version 2.6. More information can be found on the What's New in Moodle 2.6 page

Moodle support for your students now available in the University Tutorial Center! Check out the Moodle Mentor page at:

CETL Department launches updated website! Check out our new Moodle Support Center.


Upcoming Events

New Q2S webpages

The latest on semester conversion at Cal State L.A. can be accessed at the semester conversion webpages

RFP: Scholarship of Teaching Grants
Submission Deadline:  Monday, September 8, 2014

CETL invites faculty to apply to the inaugural Scholarship of Teaching grants program.  Two grant categories will be awarded. Attendance at an information session (See CETL Calendar) is required.  

Pilot Innovation
Pilot innovation grants are intended for faculty to adopt an innovative teaching practice.  Faculty must have appropriate IRB approval at the time of application, including plans for data collection (e.g., pre- and post- surveys) during the pilot. Application:

Publication in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL)
SoTL grants are intended for faculty who already have undertaken course redesign, or have incorporated innovative teaching practice in the class, and have collected data that shows promise for the innovation.  Application:

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Phone: (323) 343-6594
Fax: (323) 343-6486

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