Teaching & Learning Resources
Committee for Assessing Student Learning
The purpose of this Standing Committee of the Academic Senate is to provide leadership and support to assist faculty and staff in their efforts towards improving student learning outcomes. The Charter was approved by the Academic Senate September 4, 2015.
PDF File Dealing with Disruptive Behavior
This publication has been developed to provide background on disruptive behavior, as well as to suggest techniques for preventing and/or addressing it.
Designing Effective Research Assignments: Sample Assignments
Learn about best practices in research assignment design, student research habits, and how the Library can help.
Integrating the Library into Desire2Learn
Learn how to create links to resources such as articles and videos, use the Library Learning Object Repository, and use the Library widget on course homepages.
Library Links for Faculty and Staff
LCC Library offers teaching and instructional support through library instruction, liaisons, course reserves, research guides and tutorials, and workshops. Also find Open Educational Resources, videos, and instructions for incorporating library resources in D2L.
Library Technology Guides
You can direct students who need help using technology required by their classes to the LCC Library's Tech Guides for one-to-one assistance.
The Faculty Technology Center within the CTE (TLC 324) provides a number of unique resources to faculty and staff.
- Both PCs and Macs are available for use, and all of the computers are loaded with Microsoft Office, and other common applications the college uses. Most of the computers also have specialized software loaded, such as Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Acrobat, Camtasia, iSpring and Microsoft SharePoint Designer.
- Both a color laser printer and a high-speed black and white laser printer can be used for printing a limited number of handouts.
- Three scanners of varying resolution and speed.
- Several Wacom Tablets.
- Last, but not least, CTE staff are available to assist you with any questions you might have.
Open learning pedagogies plus student and faculty websites are a powerful and popular tool for achieving LCC's strategic commitments such as engaged learning, student success, equity, OER (Open Educational Resources), and inclusion. Look for workshops or stop in for information and support on how the Open Learning Lab can benefit you and your students!
Websites created by Lansing Community College faculty, students, and staff.