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The Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching works collaboratively with instructors, staff, and administrators at the University of Kentucky to support engaging, inclusive, and innovative learning environments in which all students and instructors have the opportunity to succeed. We work with individuals, groups/cohorts, departments, colleges, administrative offices, and University-wide initiatives to build on our collective wisdom and realize new possibilities for teaching and learning. See below or above for ways of getting in touch and working with us; we're always eager to collaborate and offer support!

TEK Announces 2023-24 Faculty Fellows Cohort

A critical part of TEK is the development of new transdisciplinary courses as well as the revision of current courses to integrate transdisciplinary skills and learning outcomes. To accomplish this, TEK is engaging the expertise of faculty in the inaugural cohort of the TEK Faculty Fellows program this fall semester.

CELT Forum on AI in Teaching and Learning

CELT closed out the semester with a session exploring the future of AI in higher education. The session included conversation around the lingering questions about AI, responsible use, and its impact on assignment design strategies. The forum also included a brief demo of Bing AI's chatbot powered by GPT-4 with example uses for instruction. You can view the recording here.

UK Honors Outstanding Teaching Award Winners

The University of Kentucky recognized exceptional faculty and graduate teaching assistants with the Outstanding Teaching Awards during the Faculty Awards Ceremony held Wednesday, April 26. As the state’s flagship, land-grant university, our teaching mission is critical to the success and well-being of the Commonwealth. This year’s winners—and the UK teaching community broadly—continue to inspire us with their ingenuity and commitment to student success.