Teaching and Learning Center

Teaching and Learning Center - Supporting Excellence in Learning and Innovative Pedagogy

Keep Teaching in Special Circumstances

Circumstances may arise when you need to keep teaching, but not face-to-face, such as campus closure related to inclement weather, widespread illness, unexpected events, etc. Preparation is key to being ready to continue teaching on short notice. Here are actions and resources to help you move online quickly.

New Opportunity to attend OLC Virtual Conference in March at No Cost:
The Teaching & Learning Center is excited to announce a professional development opportunity available at no cost to all Creighton faculty and staff. The Online Learning Consortium (OLC) hosts an annual conference on innovations and best practices in online pedagogy, instructional design, and technology for faculty, staff, academic leaders, and students. This year, Creighton University holds an institutional membership which allows us to unlimited registrations to the OLC Virtual Conference in March. If you are unable to attend the virtual conference, you can still potentially benefit from our institutional membership to the OLC organization by creating an individual membership account to access OLC online learning resources.  Learn more about both opportunities.

The TLC administration and staff are working remotely Monday-Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.


The Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) promotes a community of reflective and courageous teacher-scholars engaged in the personal and professional formation of students. The TLC supports excellence and innovation in teaching and learning through the professional growth of Creighton faculty and staff in the Jesuit tradition.

Learn more at About Us.

Faculty Development



Program Review
and Proposals

Ongoing scholarly formation experiences designed to enhance student learning, promote the scholarship of teaching and learning, and facilitate institution-wide understanding of effective teaching. Learn more.

Creighton's academic online and distance learning initiatives are directly supported by the eLearning team. Learn more about academic instructional design, eLearning media, and online exam development. 

Assessment occurs at the course, program, college, school, and university levels. Learn more about the university assessment policy, annual reporting process, assessment programs offerings and resources available.

Academic Program Review enables the University to focus attention on academic programs and that resources are used in alignment with the mission.  New Program Proposals offer assistance with developing new academic programs.