Spring 2021 LATTE Course Shells

Email sent Nov. 18, 2020

Dear Colleagues,

The Committee on Teaching, Learning and Assessment recommended several adjustments to the new LATTE shells for spring 2021 courses, based on feedback compiled from faculty, students, the Library's instructional technologists, Student Accessibility Services, and the Academic Technologies Advisory Council.

The revisions aim to balance faculty requests for flexibility with student requests for consistency:

Instructors may opt out of the revised shell by restoring their courses from previous terms. Additional feedback will be gathered from faculty and students during the second semester to inform adjustments to the summer and fall 2021 LATTE shells.

The spring 2021 course shells should be available from ITS in early December.  For help with your spring LATTE course shells, please:

Thank you,

Mary-Ann Winkelmes and members of the Committee on Teaching, Learning and Assessment:

Lisa Lynch, Provost (chair)
Aparna Baskaran, Physics/Science (2019-2021)
Joan Dassin, The Heller School (2019-2021)
Sherri Drisdelle, IT Portfolio Services Director
Irina Dubinina, GRALL/Humanities (2019-2021)
Erin Gee, Music/Creative Arts (2019-2022)
Kim Godsoe, Senior Associate Provost for Academic Affairs
Laura Hibbler, Associate University Librarian for Research & Instruction
Danielle Igra, Education/Social Sciences (2019-2022)
John McCormick, Associate Director of Learning Design, The Rabb School of Continuing Studies
Brad Morrison, IBS (2019-2022)
Haley Rosenfeld, Director of Institutional Research
Matthew Sheehy, University Librarian
Alyssa Stalsberg Canelli, Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Mary-Ann Winkelmes, Executive Director, Center for Teaching and Learning (ex officio)
Elaine Wong, Senior Associate Dean, School of Arts and Sciences