New program helps faculty navigate TLT services

Do you have ideas about how to incorporate technology into your course but don’t know how to take them from conception to reality? Teaching & Learning Technologies (TLT) is proud to announce our new TLT Liaison program. TLT has partnered with the library to ensure that all academic areas not only have a library liaison, but a TLT liaison as well!  The TLT liaison program can help you navigate the many services that TLT provides which are available to help you here at Elon. 

Goals of the Liaison program

  • Create and strengthen the relationship between TLT and your department
  • Connect you to resources available through TLT, including training opportunities, events, and resources

What this means

All academic areas now have a designated TLT liaison who can communicate to you about the services we provide.  This may include talking about flipped instruction, integrating clickers into a course, using Moodle in a purposeful way, creating a website, digitizing a form, or even recording a guest speaker. There are many services that TLT provides, just ask and we can point you in the right direction!

Who is my liaison?

Department chairs and program coordinators have already been contacted by their liaison.  Asking them for the name of your liaison is a great place to start.  You can also call TLT at 278-5006 or email for more information.  Once you know who your liaison is, feel free to contact him or her to set up a meeting or to schedule a phone call.  Your liaison is ready to meet with you or even your department to discuss the services that TLT provides.

For further information about the TLT liaison program or to find out who your liaison is, take a look at our Lib Guide.

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Sara Vanderpool

Sara Vanderpool

Sara Vanderpool is an Instructional Technologist within Teaching and Learning Technologies (TLT) at Elon University.

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