Center for Teaching & Learning

Center Building 303

The Center for Teaching and Learning at Lane Community College is a hub for a range of campus programs. Together, we embrace, advance, and celebrate a vibrant culture of teaching and learning in which faculty and partners grow professionally through collaboration, inquiry, scholarship, innovation, experimentation, and reflection. Engaging the collective expertise of Lane faculty and colleagues around the globe, our goal is to foster dynamic, inclusive and socially just educational experiences and environments.

CEN 303 is available for meetings and events related to professional development in teaching and learning and events sponsored by CTL-affiliated program. Reserve the CTL.

A book with a swirl of light blue, dark blue, orange, and yellow (the CTL logo) on the cover.

The Teaching During Covid page gathers together information about handling Covid assessments and diagnoses, masking, vaccination requirements, safety in the classroom, and resources like wireless microphones. See the Teaching Handbook to get answers for many of the most commonly asked questions about teaching at Lane.

The new Center for Teaching and Learning space, CEN 303, is open for meetings, workshops, and discussions! See the Calendar for a list of upcoming events related to teaching and learning (in person or on Zoom).

See the CTL Calendar for upcoming events from CTL partners.

LuAnne Johnson of the Business Department with her students.

Teaching Resources

See the CTL's Teaching Handbook to get answers for many of the most commonly asked questions about teaching at Lane.

See Faculty Professional Development's Teaching and Learning Guide for links to helpful pedagogical websites and articles. For resources specifically focused on inclusive teaching, enroll in FPD's Inclusive Teaching Resources page.

Learn more about teaching online by contacting Lane's Instructional Design Team or the Academic Technology Center.

Propose a Faculty Inquiry Group focused on a teaching and learning topic of your choice.

Attend a talk, workshop, or discussion from the Inclusive Teaching Event Series or the Democracy Conversations Series.

Fall 2019 Faculty Connections orientation participants.

For New Faculty Members

All new faculty members are welcome to participate in Faculty Connections, Lane's orientation and mentoring program.

Program Review and Assessment

Get guidance with every stage of Academic Program Review.

Learn more about developing clear learning outcomes and evaluating your curriculum and/or pedagogy with Curriculum Development and Assessment.

LCC works to preserve Indigenous languages by offering courses in Chinuk Wawa.

Equity, Inclusion, and Justice

Attend talks, workshops, panels, and discussion about inclusive teaching sponsored by Faculty Professional Development.

Participate in professional development opportunities for employees offered by the Office of Equity and Inclusion.

Lower the cost of textbooks for your students by using Open Educational Resources.

Honors students Sabrina Piccolo and Tonyae Meeks review Sabrina's research poster at the 2018 Lane Undergraduate Research Fair.


Contact the Library for support with your and your students' research needs.

Incorporate student research into your courses.

Learn more about the process of inquiry-based research in teaching and learning, also known as the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL).

Faculty Professional Development Grants

Apply for a Professional Activities Grant to attend an external conference, workshop or course

Pay for a professional membership or resource for your department or program through a Discipline Contact Grant.

Consider applying for a term-long Sabbatical , funded by Faculty Professional Development. (Contracted faculty members only).

Student Success Resources

Direct your students to the following campus programs:


Improve your physical, mental, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental, and occupational health by participating in Wellness program activities.

Communicate, collaborate, or chat with us in the CTL!

Join your LCC colleagues in SLACK!

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