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About Faculty Learning Communities

A faculty learning community (FLC) is a group of 5 to 7 cross-disciplinary faculty engaging in an active, collaborative, year-long program with a curriculum regarding the enhancement of teaching and learning. Each FLC makes curricular redesign efforts to address a special campus or divisional teaching and learning need, issue, or opportunity (e.g., accessibility).  Evidence shows that FLCs increase faculty interest in teaching and learning and provide safety and support for faculty to investigate, attempt, assess, and adopt newer methods.

The process includes frequent seminars and activities that provide learning, development, scholarship of teaching and learning insight, and community building.  FLC members work together to reflect on their teaching and providing critical feedback to each other as to infusing UDL within their courses. Training in the structure and format of the EnACT~PTD, FLC is offered through a Universal Design for Learning workshop.

FLC participants select a course to which they: apply the curricular innovation (treatment); assess student learning (effect); and present their results.  These faculty members engage in monthly seminars and a retreat, if feasible.  For further information, see the UDL-FLC Video Case Story.


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