The mission of the Technology and Learning Program is to provide a collaborative and supportive environment that empowers faculty to utilize technology to enhance learning outcomes.
The university's teaching mission requires a concerted effort to support those who carry out quality integration of student learning. While the potential influence of technology on teaching is profound, the effective introduction of technology into the teaching and learning process must be led by the faculty themselves. Therefore we believe in an empowerment model. The Technology and Learning Program exists to serve and support the faculty in providing high quality learning outcomes for our students.
TLP is a unit of Academic Technologies (ATEC).
Location and Hours
The Technology and Learning Program Faculty Empowerment Lab is located in the basement of Meriam Library, room 003. Our training lab is located in the adjoining room 002.
TLP is currently open between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding campus holidays. These hours are subject to change.
- Instructional Technology Consultation
- Faculty Training in MLIB 002
- Technology in Learning and Teaching (TILT) Symposia
- Faculty Drop-in Lab
- Equipment Checkout
- Contracted Course Development (work performed through IMC Productions)
Manager: Laura Sederberg
Instructional Technology Consultants: Jim Aird, Peter DiFalco, Claudine Franquet, Marjorie Shepard, Ann Steckel.
Student Staff: We have an exceptional team of students who provide first-line phone, email and in-person support for faculty. Read about our student employment opportunities.
TLP Web Sites
Phone: (530) 898-6167
Hours: Monday - Thursday
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Meriam Library 031 (temp)