Yale’s Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) has moved into renovated space in Sterling Memorial Library. The Center supports excellence in teaching and learning.
“Yale University should always be celebrated for our commitment to teaching at every level, in every classroom — in our undergraduate college, in graduate education, and in each of our professional schools,” said President of Yale University Peter Salovey during his inaugural address.
The renovated space occupies 24,000 square feet of the Library, including a corridor connecting the newly opened 301 York Street entrance to the Nave. The Center’s new home includes a technology learning studio, several flexible classroom or meeting spaces, and one-on-one tutoring rooms.
“Locating the CTL in Sterling Memorial Library increases access to a wealth of resources,” said Jennifer Frederick, Executive Director of Yale’s CTL. “Our Sterling space is designed to prioritize collaboration and a unified Yale. The central importance of teaching and learning at Yale is signaled by placing us in the heart of campus.”
The CTL strives to fulfill President Salovey’s goal for Yale to be the research university most committed to teaching and learning. As such, the CTL offers countless resources and services to aid faculty, undergraduates, graduate and professional school students, and postdoctoral fellows/associates.
Find the CTL at 301 York Street, New Haven, CT 06511. Visit our Welcome Desk to ask more about specific services or to locate a room within the Center.