- Faculty & Staff
- Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning
Supporting & serving EFSC faculty
Welcome to the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) at Eastern Florida State College. The CETL strengthens teaching across the College by connecting faculty with information, resources and best practice ideas that enhance learning. The CETL also facilitates faculty collaboration and the discussion of new developments in higher education — helping our faculty in their role as innovators. Simply put: we're a clearinghouse for all the tools that support excellence in teaching. On July 1, 2021, our name was updated from the Center for Teaching Excellence and we are in the process of updating many of our online resources to reflect the new name.
Visit our main faculty information page for a comprehensive topic list plus use these Quick Links.
Visit our Resources section for the tools and technology that support excellence in teaching, plus use the Quick Links below.
- Academic Technology
- Accessibility Online at EFSC
- Adjunct Faculty Resources
- Best Practice Ideas
- Canvas LMS Resources
- Curriculum Development
- Green Dot Violence Prevention Program
- Faculty Handbook
- Fair Use Analysis Checklist
- How to Help My Students: PDF with faculty guidance for common situations
- Minority Male Initiative
- Professional Learning Activities Fund/PLAF Form & Process
- Women in Higher Education
The Eastern Florida State College Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) serves as catalyst for a college-wide, student-centered approach to teaching. We promote academic excellence by providing leadership, resources, and opportunities for collaboration.
Using faculty talent and experience, the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning organizes and distributes instructional resources. We strive to inspire innovative teaching practices that benefit our diverse student body. The Center nurtures personal and professional growth and we foster an institutional climate that values faculty achievement. In addition, opportunities for collaboration between faculty, staff, and administration are also provided.