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Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable

What is The Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable (TLTR)

The Teaching Learning Technology Roundtable, established in 1995, is a consortium of faculty, administrators and students that meets regularly in action teams (or subcommittees) to discuss institutional issues related to teaching, learning, and technology. Sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the Department of Information Technology, the TLT Roundtable makes recommendations in support of the University’s Strategic Plan as outlined by stake holders 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:

  • To serve as a forum and meeting place for discussion of institutional issues related to teaching, learning, and technology
  • To create action teams to achieve essential short-term goals deemed necessary by the Executive Committee of the TLT Roundtable, and by their constituencies, advancing to the cabinet recommendations as they emerge from these teams
  • To provide a forum for discussion and recommendations to enhance the long-range technology goals through representative participation by various stakeholders such as the faculty, students, Faculty Senate, Academic Affairs, Student Services, Department of Information Technology, and other key organizations or groups.
  • To communicate regularly with all segments of the campus on the TLT Roundtable's activities and progress
  • To stay informed of national trends in technology integration in higher education and introduce these trends to the University community.

TLT Roundtable Committees

  • Innovative Technology Committee – identifies new and emerging technologies and investigate their usefulness in teaching and research. 
  • Copyright Committee – will educate the University community on copyright rules and regulations; the application of educational fair use; hold workshops and events to help the University community understand their rights under the DMCA of 2000 and the TEACH Act; work to help students understand the pitfalls of pirating music and movies.
  • Faculty Development & Best Practices – will showcase exemplars of good teaching and student engagement across all schools and colleges at Seton Hall University.
  • Mobile Computing Committee – gathers and evaluates data from students and faculty on the mobile computing program to determine the further directions of the Mobile Computing Program.
  • Classroom Technology Committee – will work with the Senate’s Facility Committee to determine classroom technology needs and develop plans to modernize general purpose classrooms and large classrooms.
  • Online Education Committee – will help to formulate institutional polices and processes that govern the development and delivery of online & hybrid courses across the University.