eCampus staff works with faculty and senior academic leaders in UConn Schools and Colleges to extend the intellectual capital of the university by developing courses that meet the learning needs of undergraduate and graduate students, and the continuing and professional educational needs of returning adult students through highly relevant and market valued post-baccalaureate and graduate online certificates, and graduate online programs. Our staff provides world-class instructional design support for UConn online courses and programs and ongoing operational and strategic support for senior academic leaders and program directors.Institute for Teaching and Learning
The Institute for Teaching & Learning is dedicated to the support and advancement of best practices in teaching and learning at the University of Connecticut. The staff of ITL work with individual faculty, teaching assistants, students, departments and the academic administration to create a culture which values teaching and learning, supports and rewards faculty for innovation in teaching, encourages respect for differences in learners and provides an environment where faculty, staff, and students work together to accomplish the learning objectives.Early College Experience
The Office of Early College Programs and Early College Experience is the oldest and largest concurrent enrollment program in the country, and provides opportunities for eligible high school juniors and seniors in the state of Connecticut to enroll in UConn courses and earn college credit that can be applied to their degree requirements. ECE partners with more than 160 high schools in the state of CT, with more than 9,000 high school juniors and seniors in CT high schools availing themselves of the academic rigor of UConn ECE courses. Approximately 30% of entering first year UConn students transfer credits from the ECE program.
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