Within CITL's wide range of services, several programs provide distinct support for specific areas of teaching and learning.
The SOTL Program provides support for IUB instructors who want to take a scholarly, inquiry-based approach to their teaching. It offers consultations about all aspects of educational research, provides a variety of grants to support those research projects, promotes the sharing of SOTL findings both within and beyond IUB, and works to foster a thriving community of individuals engaged in SOTL studies.
The Campus Writing Program is dedicated to improving undergraduate education by promoting writing as a way of learning and teaching. It provides assistance to instructors in developing effective writing assignments and grading practices, and it supports student achievement through Writing Tutorial Services, IUB's writing center.
The Service-Learning Program advances engaged learning at IUB by promoting the use of community service as a means of enhancing students' educational experiences. The program creates opportunities for Indiana University students, faculty, and staff to learn in partnership with the community and to develop competencies that promote the advancement of a socially responsible citizenry.
IUB offers many resources specifically to support graduate student teaching. These resources include an online teaching handbook, pedagogy courses, workshops and consultations about teaching, participation in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning conversations, Preparing Future Faculty opportunities, and teaching awards.
Faculty Learning Communities (FLC) at Indiana University Bloomington are cohorts of faculty members, often from different disciplines or fields of study, who ask questions about teaching and learning, try out teaching innovations, assess student learning, create new models of practice, and publish scholarship about their work. Each FLC shares a question, a set of problems, or a passion about a topic, as members deepen their knowledge and expertise in this area by interacting on an ongoing basis.
The Student Learning Analytics Fellows Program funds faculty-driven research projects that use learning analytics to foster student engagement, retention, and success at Indiana University. Participating Fellows use various methods to study students as learners through the systematic collection, exploration, and analysis of data describing students, their observable activities, and outcomes.