A cross-divisional collaboration between the Baylor Libraries and the Academy for Teaching and Learning has resulted in a new resource designed to help faculty and students excel in teaching and learning - Learning Together. At the time of its launch, Learning Together features "Teaching and Learning Pathways," a four-step approach to designing courses that fit the variety of modalities among Baylor courses. In addition, the site offers students guidance and resources for academic success.
Learning Together evolved from the Keep Teaching website developed in March to assist faculty with quickly pivoting their courses online. While this resource helped many faculty in an emergency, Learning Together intends to provide broader guidance and more intentional instruction to help Baylor faculty create the best possible course experience whether in-person, in a hybrid environment, or online. The resources many faculty relied on are still available at baylor.edu/keepteaching, which remains as part of the new Learning Together experience.
As the website develops, the resources for both faculty and students will expand and develop with both established best practices and new insights. News about excellent teaching and learning strategies will appear on the site, and university-wide events for faculty and student enrichment will also be featured. Faculty and students who have ideas to enrich the site are welcome to use the Contact Us button near the top of the main page.