Faculty Advisory Board
The Faculty Advisory Board for the Office of Teaching and Learning maintains an important role in setting the direction of OTL initiatives and activities by providing regular feedback and advice and acting as a two-way communication conduit for teaching and learning related issues.
Kate Willink, Chair
Alejandro Cerón, Social Sciences
Roberto Corrada, Sturm College of Law
George DeMartino, Korbel School of International Studies
Carrie Forbes, University Libraries
Kim Gorgens, Graduate School of Professional Psychology
Michele Kruse-Crocker, University College
Mohammad Matin, School of Engineering & Computer Science
Jeanette McQueen, Graduate School of Social Work
Paul Michalec, Morgridge College of Education
Nancy Sasaki, Natural Sciences & Mathematics
Gabi Kathöfer, Arts and Humanities
Scott Toney, Daniels College of Business
For questions about the Office of Teaching and Learning Faculty Advisory Board, please contact email@example.com.
Courseware Faculty Advisory Board
The Courseware Faculty Advisory Board (CFAB) provides faculty input on policy and issues related to the university’s learning management system (LMS) and other instructional technologies.
2019 CFAB Members
April Chapman-Ludwig, Teaching Assistant Professor, Writing Program
Barbekka Hurtt, Teaching Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences
Allison Friederichs, Associate Dean and Teaching Associate Professor, University College
Michael Keables, Chair of Geography and Associate Professor, Geography
Kathy Keairns, Chair, Office of Teaching and Learning
Susan Lutz, Assistant Vice Chancellor, DU IT
Michael Myers, Teaching Associate Professor, Daniels College of Business
For questions about the CFAB, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instructional Technology Advisory Committee
The mission of the Instructional Technology Advisory Committee is to provide the best support possible for instructional technologies at DU by facilitating collaboration among Canvas administrators and advising users on best practices.
ITAC meets once monthly to discuss changes to the LMS, evaluate new tools and technologies, and network with other Canvas administrators across campus. To learn more about ITAC, get in touch with Jill.Weddle@du.edu.