The TELE Collaborative
The term technology-enhanced learning refers to a spectrum of educational activities both in and outside of the classroom - from fully online courses, to blended (hybrid) learning, to enhanced classroom-based learning. Technology-enhanced learning may be delivered as modules or units (parts of courses), full courses, or programs. These experiences may be credit or non-credit bearing, and applied to traditional students seeking degrees or to non-traditional audiences seeking badges, certificates, professional development opportunities, or continuing education.
The Ithaca College TELE Collaborative is a working group committed to the advancement of Technology Enhanced Learning & Engagement pedagogy and practices. The Collaborative is focused on building institutional capacity for and community expertise with technology-enhanced and student-centered learning – and appropriately assessing the results of these activities. The Collaborative is dedicated to applying best practice in through this work in meeting the College’s commitment to excellence in teaching, scholarship and service.
The TELE Collaborative works across multiple Ithaca College offices and with faculty from all schools:
- Provost's Office (Rob Gearhart)
- Center for Faculty Excellence (Wade Pickren, Judy Ross-Bernstein, and Gary Sforzo)
- Library (Lis Chabot)
- ITS (Mike Taves, with Marilyn Dispensa, Matt Gorney, Mary Jo Watts, and Tony Tabone)
Look for TELE events on the IC Events Calendar: events.ithaca.edu/group/tele