As faculty themselves, TLC-A's understand many faculty...
- are unaware of the TLC and its offerings - so TLC-A's seek out faculty with like disciplines to offer their teaching and technology experience in the form of training and collaboration.
- are very busy - scheduled workshops are difficult to attend with their varying schedules - so TLC-A's offer one-on-one appointments to provide training and help/advice.
- are interested in online delivery of course materials but don't want to become web developers - so TLC-A's focus on sharing easy to use tools to help faculty delivery course materials and information effectively to their students, peers and administrators.
- appreciate best practices regarding online teaching and face-2-face teaching - so TLC-A's continually enroll in academic teaching courses and share their own experiences to help guide and recommend tried and true technology and teaching tips.
- appreciate a brief follow up after training/assistance - so TLC-A's will want to check back with you to determine the value of your training/work together and if they can be of further service.
- appreciate online (text and video) training materials that support their individual needs - so TLC-A's typically produce and share text, website and video training resources often based upon questions and discoveries made with you.