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Purpose

The Regional Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable (TLTR) 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. The TLTR serves in an advisory capacity to the Provost on a regular basis, e.g., on new faculty development initiatives, internal grants programs, and budgets that affect resources and/or support services available to improve teaching and learning with technology.

Mission

The regional TLTR brings together the voices of faculty, staff and students from the three UAS campuses.  The forum advises the Provost and sustains the collaborative change needed to improve teaching and learning opportunities through the use of technology.

History

The Juneau Campus TLTR was formed in the fall of 1995. A significant national effort, under the auspices of the American Association for Higher Education and Accreditation (AAHEA), has been established to coordinate and provide mutual assistance in these activities and others among many institutions of higher learning. For more information, visit the Website for The TLT Group, an affiliate of AAHEA.

Membership

Staff and faculty members are appointed by the Provost, Dr. Richard Caulfield, each academic year. Three student representatives are appointed by the President of UAS Student Government. For a listing of current members, including phone numbers and email addresses, follow the link to the contact information page.

 
 

Content maintained by the current TLTR members.