TCC Governance: Classroom Teaching, Learning, & Technology Committee
The Tidewater Community College Classroom Teaching, Learning, and Technology Committee (CTLTC) brings together faculty, staff, and students in order to make informed decisions, sustain collaborative change, and develop better strategies for using technology to improve teaching and learning in the face-to-face environment. The CTLTC serves in an advisory capacity to The Vice President for Academic Affairs/Chief Academic Officer on a regular basis, e.g., on faculty development initiatives, internal grants programs, and budgets that affect resources and/or support services available to improve teaching and learning with technology.
The CTLTC is a governing body which brings together the voices of faculty, staff and students from each TCC campus. The forum advises the Vice President for Academic Affairs/Chief Academic Officer and sustains the collaborative change needed to improve teaching and learning opportunities through the use of technology in the classroom.
The Charge 2013-14
Re-define the mission, role, responsibilities and website of the TLTC. – Need to define responsibilities in light of new e-Learning Committee.
- Redefine the mission, role, responsibilities and website of the TLTC
- Rename the committee
- Update classroom technology standard and submit for policy approval
- Research and report on the College’s readiness to support digital presentation technologies in the classroom
- Plan the Annual Technology Showcase as part of the college’s Learning Institute in May (innovative technology applications in teaching and learning)