Instructional Development Center (IDC)

Mission of the Instructional Development Center

The Instructional Development Center (IDC) is a central facility designed to assist faculty in their continued improvement of teaching and learning.  Being responsive to faculty needs and interests is the driving force behind the Instructional Development Center’s programs and services.  The IDC remains committed to three guiding principles: 1) faculty participation, 2) voluntary involvement, and 3) innovative teaching that enhances student learning.

The IDC has as its central purposes the following:

  • To meet the needs of faculty in improving teaching and learning in their classes;
  • To provide support for campus programs relating to teaching;
  • To stimulate and support creative and scholarly activities connected to teaching;
  • To assist faculty in becoming active members of the University community.

View our Events page to register for upcoming workshops and seminars that will equip you with new ideas and resources for enhancing your teaching.  Some events are offered online, so be sure to check it out even if you are not available during the daytime.

Once you have explored the IDC's programs and services, click here to move on to Common Issues & Frequently Asked Questions.

Instructional Development Center

Torreyson West, Suite 305
Fax 501-450-5746

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