Teaching and Learning Center

The Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) at Camden County College inspires and enables faculty to enhance teaching potential and effectiveness so that students are more likely to achieve their desired learning outcomes. The Teaching and Learning Center serves as a focal point for college-wide efforts to support the improvement of teaching and learning.

The Learning Resource Center:

  • Supports the continuing improvement of instruction by offering programs and resources related to the individual professional development needs of faculty.
  • Encourages teaching innovations.
  • Enhances faculty dialogue and promotes cooperation and information sharing across the disciplines.
  • Supports the integration of technology as a tool for improving teaching and learning.
  • Collaborates with other institutions, organizations, and individuals to exchange information and share resources.


The College Library purchases and maintains a wide assortment of materials related to teaching and learning in higher education. We welcome faculty input for purchases at any time. Formats include newspapers, books, journals, articles, CD’s, DVD’s and other electronic materials.


Workshop Schedule

Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) activities for the spring semester were designed to fall under one or several different professional development strands: assessment, curriculum, enrichment, mission, pedagogy, professional growth, and technology. Events are open to all full- and part-time faculty, administrators, and staff, although some may require advance registration.


Failure is not an Option, or is it?

Camden County College Teaching & Learning Center Workshop – September 2017
Thursday, September 7, 2017
3:40pm – 4:20pm in Madison 107
Dr. Kelly Jackson

Today’s students have grown up in the “everyone gets a trophy” generation. Students need to know how to fail, how to learn from that failure, and how to use what they have learned to succeed. This session will focus on developing and nurturing a growth mindset in your students.


Helping Your Students Get the Most Out of the Library

Camden County College Sponsored Event
Thursday, September 7, 2017
3:30pm – 4:00pm
Wolverton Library, Room 012
Blackwood Campus

This short workshop introduces faculty to the re-designed Library website and the services we can offer to help you help your students.

We will answer questions like:

  • Why should my students go to the Library or Library website first for research help?
  • How can Information Literacy classes taught by a librarian give me more time to teach subject matter?
  • How do I schedule an Information Literacy class?
  • What happened to the databases?
  • Why does the book catalog look and act differently?
  • What citation tools does the library have for the students?


Department of Labor and Workforce Development Focus Groups

New Jersey Center for Student Success Sponsored Event
Tuesday, September 19
10:00am – 12:00pm
Cumberland County College

The NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development’s Career Connections Team and the NJ Center for Student Success invite community college faculty, staff, and administrators to participate in a focus group to discuss career needs for community college students.



Gender-Fair Classrooms: Fostering Inclusivity in Schools

Camden County College Teaching & Learning Center Workshop – October 2017
Thursday, October 5, 2017
3:30pm – 4:30pm in Madison Connector 105
Rebecca Kling
National Center for Transgender Equality
Washington, DC

Rebecca Kling (artist and educator, National Center for Transgender Equality, DC) will help participants in this workshop devise strategies for integrating transgender individuals into the classroom and the college community, including appropriate language and definitions, respectful interactions, creating systems of support for transgender individuals, and beyond.


English and Math Accelerated Learning Programs for Community College and High School Students

West Hall, Parkview Room Middlesex County College
New Jersey Center for Student Success Sponsored Event
Thursday, October 12
9:00am – 3:00pm

This event is for NJ community college faculty, staff and administrators and high school partners. During our full day workshop, we will meet with colleagues from the Community College of Baltimore County to discuss accelerated learning models for developmental and credit bearing English and math courses at the community college and high school setting.



WebStudy – Best Practices Roundtable

Camden County College Teaching & Learning Center Workshop – November 2017
Thursday, November 2
3:30pm – 4:30pm in Madison 107
Rosalia Denardo, Scott Purdy and WebStudy Power Users



Wolverton Library, Blackwood Campus
Camden County College Sponsored Event
Thursday, November 9, 2017
3:00pm – 4:00pm

NoodleTools is an effective citation tool not only for students but also for faculty. We will show you how this tool could be used by you to help your students with their research papers.


Fostering Faculty-Student Interaction with Students of Color

New Jersey Center for Student Success Sponsored Event
Friday, December 1
9:30am – 3:00pm
West Hall, Parkview Room Middlesex County College

This event is for NJ community college full time and part time faculty, staff, and administrators interested in enhancing teaching and learning practices.



Supporting ESL & International Students

Camden County College Teaching & Learning Center Event – December 2017M
Thursday, December 7, 2017
3:30 – 4:30 p.m. in Madison 107
Professor Patricia McGee

Professor Tish McGee will discuss various strategies for supporting our ESL and International Student population. It will include background and advisement information for ESL and International Students, as well as student success strategies for this population of students.