At CTE, we work in consultation with faculty members for meaningful pedagogical innovation and change to:
- Develop innovative teaching-learning resources (e.g. elearning media content, animations, games, simulations and videos);
- Adopt third-party technology tools, and open educational resources; and
- Facilitate and assess online learning.
Find out more about the SMU technology-enabled learning strategy, as well as CTE's support in terms of funding, project management, and pedagogical consultation.
Faculty Digital Competency
Building faculty digital competency in designing and delivering online learning, as well as, developing digital resources.
Funding for faculty members to create digital content or subscribe to e-publishers to enable collaborative and personalised learning.
Technology attracts fears and expectations. Join us for our workshops and learning circles to deliberate on these issues.
Emergency Preparedness for
Teaching and Learning
EPTL workshops are available to prepare faculty members for online teaching during emergency situations when there are no face-to-face lessons.
Participants discussing tips and techniques to blend in-class interactions with online learning.
Participants exploring the use and value of educational tools to develop innovative digital content.
Teaching Innovation Week
Participants playing a digital game Co-founders of the North developed by Prof Geng Xuesong (LKC School of Business).
Teaching Innovation Interest Group
Participants learning from one another about innovative approaches in technology-enabled learning.
Last updated on 10 Oct 2017 .