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Collaboration for Enhanced Learning (CEL)

CEL is a collaboration of the Libraries and Information Technology Services to support faculty in the identification, selection, and use of technologies and information resources applicable to their teaching.
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CEL is composed of a group of librarians and technologists who provide coordinated support to faculty who wish to rethink courses and curricular approaches using current and emerging technologies to enhance student learning and engagement with information.

Current CEL Projects

Video Narratives

Professor Cooper, History Workshop (FSEM 190)

Professor Dickinson & Professor Galusky, Community-Based Study of Environmental Issues (ENST 390) 

Professor Maurer, Major British Writers (FSEM 161)

Professor Musa, Religion in the Contemporary World (RELG 102)

Professor Musa, Women and Religious Traditions: ISlam (RELG 234)

Professor Ragan, Developmental Psychobiology (NEUR 378)

Professor Yoshino, Critical Analysis of Health Issues: AIDS (CORE 116)

Blog and Website Creation

Professor Clark, Introduction to Film and Media Studies (FMST 200)

Mobile Applications

Professor McHugh, 
Citizen Scientist (BIO 206)


Professor Heidi Rutschow, Discovering Biology: Plants and Society (CORE 110)


Professor Musa, Legacies of Ancient World (CORE 151)