Teaching and Learning Center


What We Do…

The Teaching and Learning Center at Central Ohio Technical College was created to support excellence in teaching and learning through a variety of professional development initiatives. The TLC seeks to support faculty and staff professional development through strategic programming, coaching, mentorship, and by leveraging peer-to-peer communities of learning. 

The Teaching and Learning Center provides a place for faculty to explore their most innovative and courageous educational pursuits… Whether it’s exploring high-impact pedagogical practices or implementing transformational educational technologies, TLC staff are ready and willing to support you however we can!

Teaching and Learning Center

About the Center

During the summer and autumn of 2022, crews were hard at work constructing the physical home of the Teaching and Learning Center in Hopewell Hall, Suite 72. This space includes:

  • A state-of-the-art video and audio studio that the COTC community can use to produce high-quality multimedia content. 
  • A dynamic classroom space where groups can gather for meetings, collaborative projects, training sessions, and more!
  • Open office space where users can work independently or in small groups
  • The office of the Associate Dean for Online Campus and Teaching & Learning 

If you are interested in reserving the collaborative workspace for your team or class, you can do so through 25Live. The collaboration space can accommodate approximately 20-25 individuals, depending on the configuration of the room. The room also features whiteboards and a smart TV for presentations and hybrid meetings. 

To book time in the multimedia studio, click here.
The “one touch” studio makes it easy for you to record high-quality video lectures, weekly video announcements, training videos, tutorials, special announcements, or even that podcast you’ve been looking to start!


Grant Application Form

Have you read or heard about a great opportunity but are not sure how to take it to the next level? …or whom to bring into the conversation, or how could it be financed? Just follow the process on the grant application project concept form.

Grant Application Process Form