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Established in 1995, the Teaching, Learning and Technology Roundtable is composed of representatives from academic and administrative areas of the University. Sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the Department of Information Technology, the Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable (TLTR) is a consortium of faculty, administrators and students who, on behalf of the University, meet and discuss the interests of enlightened use of technology for teaching and learning. The Roundtable is comprised of action teams (subcommittees) which meet regularly to discuss institutional issues related to teaching, learning, and technology. The TLT Roundtable makes recommendations in support of the University’s Strategic Plan as outlined by stakeholders such as the Faculty Senate, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, Division of Technology, and other key organizations or groups.

The Provost’s Charge
On behalf of the University, and in the interests of enlightened use of technology for teaching and learning, we place before the Seton Hall University Teaching, Learning and Technology Roundtable the following charge:

  • Serve as a forum and meeting place for discussion of institutional issues related to teaching, learning, and technology
  • Create action teams to achieve essential short term goals deemed necessary by the membership of the TLTR, and by their constituencies, advancing to the cabinet recommendations as they emerge from these teams
  • Provide a forum for discussion and recommendations to enhance the five-year technology plan through representative participation by various stakeholders such as the Faculty Senate, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, Division of Technology, and other key organizations or groups as needed
  • Communicate regularly with all segments of the campus on the TLTR’s progress and process
  • Stay informed of national trends in technology integration in higher education and communicate these trends to the University community
  • Submit a year-end report with general recommendations, along with a summary of action team recommendations that may have been presented during the year
  • Prepare for the re-constitution of the TLTR in the following academic year

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