This page contains links to forms that you may use to request a variety of services available from CELT. Please read the description of the form before making your request to insure that it is routed to the person with responsibility for fulfilling your need.
The Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT)'s Teaching Fellows are IPFW faculty members who have received training in teaching consultation. They can provide a number of services or consulting activities - all grounded on a model of collegial formative peer review - depending on the needs, goals and interests of the individual seeking the consultation. To request a consultation, please complete the Teaching Consultation Request Form.
The Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT) provides one-on-one consulting support for integrating technology into your teaching, including helping you choose technology that bests supports your teaching style and skill level. You may request a consultation by completing the Technology Consultation Request Form.
Center for the Enhancement of Learning and Teaching (CELT) can help you convert video into a digital format for use in teaching Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) courses. Additionally, CELT helps support streaming media, which allows you to make video available to your students via the Internet.
Before making a request we recommend that you read the overview to the copyright laws, "Understanding Copyright (PDF)."
If you are digitizing your own media, CELT recommends that you print and keep a copy of the completed Fair Use Checklist (PDF) and/or Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization (TEACH) Act Checklist (PDF) as documentation for your transfer to digital media. A CELT consultant can help you complete these forms if you have any questions.
Sorry, we cannot digitize audio cassettes.
If you seek new ideas for your online course, are looking for affirmation of your course design, or you would like to gather evidence to document your teaching effectiveness, consider requesting a formative peer review conducted by one of eight IPFW faculty who have been trained in peer review by Quality Matters ™ a national organization that has developed research-based standards for measuring online course quality. Your course will be reviewed using the IPFW Online Course Design Standards (PDF). The process and the standards are described in the IPFW Online Course Design Process and Standards document. The results are confidential and there is an incentive available.
This request form may be used by anyone seeking a formative review of the design of his or her online course. You may request a review by completing the Online Course Design Review Request Form.
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