The TLC's Year in Review
This newsletter was created for you--NPS faculty, students, and staff--to give you a better sense of the impact you've made on the teaching and learning landscape by partnering with the TLC. Download a copy here.
Classroom of the Future Project:
Creating Flexible and Active Learning Designs
The NPS community is invited to review the designs and capabilities of the four Flexible Learning Experience (FLEx) Spaces that are on schedule for instructional use winter FY2020. Research supporting active learning environments, their pedagogical gains, as well as case studies showcasing different universities' applications of these environments can be found on the TLC CoF Active Learning page.
Additionally, in order to better assess the needs of the NPS teaching and learning community, all are encouraged to utilize the classroom feedback form to provide feedback regarding current learning spaces. Currently, pilots we hope to receive feedback on include: power solutions in classrooms for student laptops, touchscreen monitors for instructors, and glass boards.
NPS Makerspace: RoboDojo
Promoting Creation and Innovation
Greetings from the RoboDojo, your NPS FREE community maker lab for learning about robotics and electronics! The Robodojo is open to the entire NPS community. We offer tools, equipment, hands-on workshops, competitions, and user groups around rapid prototyping and emerging technologies, and we encourage you to visit our space in Root 125 A/B.
If *you* would like to share your expertise or your projects with the NPS/RoboDojo community, please do email Kristen at email@example.com
GWC, TPO, and DKL Resources For Students
Learn what support the Graduate Writing Center, Thesis Processing Office, and Dudley Knox Library offer students that focuses on ensuring success at NPS please access information from our resources page.