Teaching and Learning Center for NTCC staff

The Teaching & Learning Center (TLC) is the central point for access for training and professional development at Northshore Technical Community College for faculty and staff. The Center falls under the Academic Affairs Division and is co-managed by the Planning and Academic Initiatives Office and Library Services.

Recorded trainings are archived on the Microsoft Stream platform. To view recorded sessions, browse the listings below or visit our Microsoft Stream channel (click here)


Training Series and Schedule:

 

Coffee Break is a college-wide series designed to deliver relevent training and conversation in short 30-minute blocks. Each workshop will include a short presentation and time for Q&A. Grab a cup of coffee in your favorite mug and join your colleagues on the Teams platform. Click here to visit the Coffee Break webpage.

 

Faculty Brown Bag is a training and professional development series developed specifically for faculty at NTCC. Each workshop will run approximately 45 minutes in length. Grab your lunch and join us for a faculty-centered conversation. Click here to visit the Faculty Brown Bag webpage.

 

Join the TLC in scheduled workshops throughout the year for a focused training on technology utilized in the office and in the classroom at NTCC. Each workshop will run approximately 45 minutes in length and will include a Q&A session. Click here to visit the In the Know webpage.

Upcoming Training Schedule:

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Training Resources

View training courses, materials and resources available to NTCC faculty and staff by category below:

Faculty Trainings & Resources

Faculty-specific content currently available in the Center is listed below.

Department Trainings & Resources

The following training resources are available for NTCC employees by department/unit:

Professional Development Resources by Topic

The following training resources are available for NTCC employees:

The 2021 Professional Development Week was held from Monday, January 11 through Friday, January 15th. If you missed a session, records are available on the Professional Development Week webpage below.