PURPOSE  
 


TLTR's purpose is to recommend policies for the use of technology in instructional support and student services.

Definition and Characteristics of a TLTR

 
CHAIRS &
MEMBERS
 
 


Administrative Chair: Terry Hall 415-239-3363
Faculty Chair: Carmen Lamha 415-239-3396

TLTR is a shared governance committee with unlimited members. You are welcome to join.

 
     
TEACHERS USING
TECHNOLOGY IN
THE CLASSROOM
 
 

In late spring 2003, the TLTR started a column in City Currents
showcasing the various ways teachers use technology in the classroom.
To view the articles, either click on a name below or go to the Profiles page.

Fall, 2004 Articles:
Ana Wu (ESL) 10.11.04

Spring, 2004 Articles:
Karyn Beyer (Broadcasting) 1.12.04
Robert Gurney (Psychology) 2.2.04
Laraine Koffman (CNIT) 5.24.04
Ed Stering (Foreign Language) pdf document from the Language Links Newsletter, Leslie Pahl, editor
Fall, 2003 Articles:
Sue X. Lian (Foreign Languages)10.6.03
Lia Smith (ESL) 10.20.03
Sharon Donovan (Child Development) 12.8.03
Spring, 2003 Articles:
Katarina Mijatovic (ESL) 4.28.03
Andrew Chandler (Architecture) 5.5.03
 
     
OTHER
TECHNOLOGY
RESOURCES
 
 


The TLT Group
(originator of the TLTR concept)
Syllabus 2003 conference report (Bob Gurney and Patricia Delich)
Community College Times article about CCSF award winning courses (September 28, 2004)
CCSF Recognized As National Leader In Online Teaching And Learning (November 1, 2005)

       

Maintained by the TMI.