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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!

UK Libraries accepting faculty proposals for 2023 Alternative Textbook Grants

UK faculty who would like to replace a traditional textbook with alternative course content in the academic year 2023-24 are welcome to submit a proposal to UK Libraries’ Alternative Textbook Grant Program. The grants support adoption, adaptation or revision of existing open textbooks and creation of new course content. The deadline is March 31.

Instructors Reflect on Inclusive Teaching and Learning Environments

On January 19, 2023, CELT held a workshop titled “Setting Up an Inclusive Classroom." CELT's intern Jemi Chew asked Dr. Jill Abney about the goals and impact of inclusive teaching practices, as well as what instructors gain from attending workshops that focus on them.

The Ongoing Conversation about ChatGPT and Higher Education

On Friday, January 20, 2023 Dr. Trey Conatser, director of the Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching, was interviewed about the emergence of ChatGPT and its potential impact on higher education by a local WVLK radio station.