The CLT supports faculty and academic staff with classroom and virtual teaching techniques, course design, the Canvas learning management system, improving diversity, equity, and inclusion in the classroom, and professional development. We are here to help!
We offer a variety of types of support to faculty. One-on-one consultation appointments are available year-round, both in-person and virtually. Please let us know when you make an appointment whether you would like to be in-person or remote (note that in-person availability may vary). We also offer a mix of in-person and virtual events like workshops, reading and writing groups, and learning communities to accommodate both full-time and part-time faculty. See our calendar for more information.
The CLT is located in the Miller Information Commons (the Library) on the second floor. It’s worth the climb! We are open 9-5 every weekday except College holidays, twelve months a year. Faculty and academic staff are welcome to visit, have a cup of coffee or tea, and use our collaboration/working spaces. Due to staffing, we currently cannot guarantee that a CLT team member will be available for walk-in consultations, so please make an appointment. If you have an urgent issue, please email email@example.com for the fastest assistance.
Meet the Team
Caroline Toy, M.Ed., Ph.D.
Learning Experience Manager
(yes, that’s a J)
Josh Blumberg, M.Ed.
Director of Academic Technology
Morgan Smith ’26
Student Assistant – Events and Photography
Kay Williams ’24
Student Assistant – Social Media
Dan Selicaro, M.S.
Systems Manager, Information Systems
Adjunct Faculty, Champlain College Online
Warren Sides, M.S.
Associate Professor of Math
The CLT also gratefully acknowledges the contributions of the many current and former faculty and staff who have generously shared their knowledge and supported peers through presentations, facilitation, and peer mentoring, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic. Please see our full recognition of those contributors!
Special thanks to our past Faculty Leads:
- Miriam Horne (Core Division)
- Kristin Novotny (Core Division)
- Sianay Chase Clifford (School of Social Innovation)
We also thank Liz Allen-Pennebaker (Core) for her many contributions to this website, as well as all of our blog authors!