Center for Teaching with Technology

The CTT team focuses on strategic course design and and pragmatic teaching solutions designed to bolster student attention and retention.

The Center for Teaching with Technology (CTT), located in room 120k of the Cheng Library, is focused on providing dynamic consultation in pedagogy and technology and offering instructional design and development services for faculty members at William Paterson University.

The Center for Teaching with Technology (CTT) collaborates with faculty to enhance teaching using pedagogical best practices and emerging technologies in pursuing excellence and innovation in teaching and learning at WPU.

In support of our mission, the Center for Teaching with Technology:
Provides leadership and assistance in adopting teaching technology into the curriculum.
Offers instructional design mentorship to assist faculty in transitioning their courses from traditional to innovative and technology-rich pedagogical methods.
Fosters professional development for faculty through a variety of pedagogy-based technology workshops and training.
The CTT provides a range of services and workshops to support William Paterson instructors.

Three-hour seminars including teaching with Blackboard and Active Learning.
One-hour seminars on a variety of issues.
One-on-one sessions at the time and location of your preference. Faculty can take the opportunity to think creatively and searchingly about theories and ideas that contribute to the quality of teaching by participating in a variety of instructional technology.
One-on-one Instructional Design Consultations on Online/Hybrid Course Design and Active Learning Pedagogy. It provides proven research-based methodologies, course templates, and technology tools that focus on learning activities and desired performance results.
Online Resources on a various topics including the Online Teaching, Hybrid Course design, Open Educational Resources, and Universal Design for Learning.
Instructional Technology Support Faculty can request an individual session on using instructional technologies to enhance or improve their teaching.