CTE Services & Support
Academic Software Grant
This section provides information, applications, etc., on grant funding available to faculty through the CTE.
Instructional Technology Available for
The CTE offers a variety of resources for you to utilize and checkout throughout the semester.
Individual, Small Group and
Individual, Small Group and Departmental Consultations are available to suit your needs. In such a consultation, the CTE can address your specific areas of concern.
Small Group Instructional Feedback
Upon faculty request, the CTE will conduct a SGIF for instructors interested in collecting student feedback at mid-semester.
A Learning Circle is a small group of faculty (4 - 10 maximum) who meet three to six times throughout the academic year to work together on a specific issue or concern related to teaching and learning. Refer to this section for possible Learning Circle topics, suggestions for forming and maintaining Learning Circles, and to access an online application form.
The Applegram Program
With an Applegram, students and colleagues can voice their appreciation to teachers and staff for caring, helping, and sharing their enthusiasm. Click here to say thanks to a special instructor, tutor, librarian, counselor, administrator, lab tech or aide.
Faculty Appreciation Day
Although the Center celebrates faculty throughout the year, the CTE staff goes "Above and Beyond" during the month of April to recognize the important contributions of LCC Faculty to students and to LCC.
The Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE) offers over 100 different learning opportunities a year. Based on your participation, the Learning Scholars Program will recognize your learning endeavors by awarding different levels of scholarship. Scholarship will be recognized during Faculty Appreciation Month.
Lilly North Conference
The CTE, with support of the Office of the Provost, was fortunate to co-sponsor the 2012 Lilly North Conference on College and University Teaching in Traverse City, Michigan. As a co-sponsor, LCC sent ten faculty members to the conference. Hear what your colleagues had to say about their experience!
Sabbatical Leave Information
Full-time faculty members are eligible for a sabbatical leave after six years of continuous service at the college. The purpose of a sabbatical leave is to enhance a faculty member's professional competence, and it may be granted for advanced study.
To view sabbatical leave final reports, visit LCC workspaces while on campus.
Open Hours for "Get The Grades Out Week"
December 9 - 12: 8 am - 6 pm
December 13: 8 am - 5 pm
December 16: 8 am - 6 pm
December 17: 8 am - 7 pm
To send an APPLEGRAM online,
fill-out the Applegram form.