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Center for Teaching & Learning with Technology



The Center for Teaching and Learning Technology (CTLT), located in room 120k of the Cheng Library, is focused on providing dynamic consultation in pedagogy and technology and offering instructional design and development services for faculty members at William Paterson University.

WE stress
. . . The confluence of technology and pedagogy,
. . . A concentration on classroom needs,
. . . A Focus on proactive academic support.


Roundtable Schedule and Information

Each semester the Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology offers a package of seminars during which instructional technologists and faculty can meet and share. Each seminar is designed to meet current and cutting edge pedagogical needs appropriate for 21st Century teaching and learning.

Roundtable Overview






Library 120k: Monday - Thursday 9a to 5p, Friday 9a to 4p

Technology solutions for teaching & research

  • Learning productivity applications
  • Discovering online resources
  • Blackboard mechanics
  • Online pedagogy
  • Integrating technology with teaching and learning

Developing coursework, Instructional design Trained professionals will help you design coursework from lesson plans through planning an entire course in a relaxing, collaborative atmosphere.

Faculty Technology Curriculum (FTC) Workshops The Faculty Technology Curriculum is a series of workshops designed to introduce you to various multimedia applications and pedagogical methods using technology. Faculty Technology Curricultum

One-on-one training for faculty Contact department administrator Denise Giummarra -- <a href=""></a> or (973) 720-2659 -- to make an appointment.



The following is a list of services and technologies provided by the Instructional Technology program and the Center for Teaching and Learning Technology.

Instructional Design Mentorship: One-on-one partnerships to design, develop, deliver, and evaluate a course to make the best use of technology. The instructional designer is poised to ask and answer questions, explore strategies, and support departments in performing multiple instructional design tasks. The instructional design mentorship provides a function of proven research-based methodologies, course templates, and technology tools that focus on learning activities and desired performance results.

New Faculty Orientation: Modular online tutorials designed in collaboration with various departments across campus such as Email, Banner, Blackboard, and Media Services. All new tenure track faculty will be assigned to one of the team so they know they have one person to approach, but the majority of the content is online.

Pedagogy Seminar: Giving faculty the opportunity to think creatively and searchingly about theories and ideas that contribute to the quality of teaching by providing a variety of instructional activities and initiatives.

Common Hour Roundtable: Discussing the projects in which faculty members are involved and show off the results of their projects, sharing the various faculty members highlighted in the IT News, and featuring emerging technologies and new services.



Robert Alan Harris Assistant Director (973) 720-2451 • <a href=""></a> Cheng Library 120h

Jaehyun Kim Senior. Instructional Designer/Technologist (973) 720-2937 • <a href=""></a> Cheng Library 120i

Housen Maratouk Instructional Technologist (973) 720-2220 • <a href=""></a> Cheng Library 120j

Administrative Offices and Mailing Address

Center for Teaching and Learning Technology Cheng Library

300 Pompton Rd. Atrium 113 Wayne, NJ 07470 Fax: (973) 720-3535 Email: <a href=""></a>

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