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AAC&U Meeting and Events (updated regularly)
Directory of Teaching Conferences (updated regularly)
Thanks to the hard work of Professor Keri Weaver, USC Aiken now has access to a wealth of both print and electronic categorized resources on Teaching and Learning. Once you enter the site, there are four tabs to choose from: Teaching and Learning Journals; EBooks at the Gregg-Graniteville Library; Teaching and Learning Journals in the Discipline, and; Books from the Gregg-Graniteville Library. The CTE, working in conjunction with the Library staff, will be continually updating this site with additional resources on teaching and learning.
Promoting, Supporting, and Enhancing Teaching and Learning Effectiveness
The mission of the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) is to promote, support and enhance teaching and learning effectiveness at the University of South Carolina Aiken.
The Center for Teaching Excellence will focus on continuing to support traditional needs of instruction while serving as a catalyst of educational transformation assisting faculty in learning, developing, and implementing new forms of instruction as pedagogical theories, innovative practices, and new technologies evolve.