CETL | University of Detroit Mercy Current Events Recording Video in YuJa (Online Session)December 1, 2022YuJa’s desktop software capture (available on both PC and Mac) provides the Detroit Mercy community with a full-featured recording studio ...Read More Faculty Viewpoints How To Support Our First Generation and International Students: An Interview with Dr. Marwa Abdel Latif By Dr. Erin Bell, CETL Staff Dr. Marwa Abdel Latif is currently an instructor in the Chemistry and Biochemistry department ...Read More Jesuit Education Offers Tools to Meet the Mental Health Crisis March 8, 2022 Evidence-Based Study Methods to Mitigate the Forgetting Curve October 6, 2022 Featured Articles Evidence-Based Study Methods to Mitigate the Forgetting CurveBy Dr. Grace Jacek, Associate ProfessorCollege of Health Professions/McAuley School of Nursing “The mark of a successful college student is the mastery of knowing not only what to study, but ...Read More Utilizing Top Hat and Collaborate Ultra for Student Engagement in Concurrent Synchronous and In-Person ClassroomsBy Sonya Kowalski and Traci Stewart, University of Detroit Mercy, McAuley School of Nursing Teaching during the COVID-19 epidemic challenged educators to find creative and engaging ways to connect and ...Read More Attending to the Mental Health Needs of Students Using an Interactive AssignmentBy Dr. Renady Hightower, Associate Professor, Health Services Administration COVID-19 changed the world in 2020. The effects of which reached into the lives of each of us in many ways ...Read More Mentoring and Teaching Students in STEM fieldsBy Rachelle M. Belanger, M.Sc., Ph.D., Professor and Assistant Chair, Biology Department As a first-generation student, I earned a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from the University of Windsor. While working ...Read More Featured Services and Resources Services Articles and Columns In the News Glossary About the Center Recordings and Resources FIRE Grant Award Proposal Cycle: Request for Proposals Information Mastery of teaching is a lifelong pursuit, and the goal of the Center is to assist faculty in their pursuit of academic excellence and pedagogical acumen. The CETL Suite is located on the third floor of the McNichols Library, Teaching & Learning Center. Click here to send programming suggestions or additional comments to the CETL staff. Stay tuned for more information, resources, and opportunities to come. For more information please contact L. Michael Verdusco, Director or call the CETL Main Office at 313-578-0580.