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  • Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership (CTLL)
    The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership (CTLL) supports the University of North Georgia’s commitment to “academic excellence in a student-focused environment.” Through their programs and outreach, CTLL seeks to foster our community of scholar teachers as they pursue research-based design and implementation of significant educational experiences.
  • CTLL Subject Guides
    These subject guides contain information on diversity and global learning, fostering academic integrity and reducing plagiarism, high-impact educational practices and scholarship, scholarship of teaching and learning at UNG, service-learning practices and scholarship, and undergraduate research and creative activities practice and scholarship.
  • Events and Workshops for Faculty and Academic Leaders
    This calendar lists events held for faculty and academic leaders, along with registration information for events.
  • USG Office of Faculty Affairs
    Faculty Affairs provides overall coordination for faculty-related personnel matters including processing special faculty appointments for BOR approval, interpreting and enforcing Board policies and procedures related to faculty, serving as the contact person for Managed Faculty Events campus coordinators, coordinating the Regent’s Teaching Excellence Awards program, and developing and implementing system-wide professional development activities for faculty and administrators.

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The Center for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership (CTLL) supports the University of North Georgia’s commitment to “academic excellence in a student-focused environment.”
 
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