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Faculty Learning Community

FLC meeting.Are you interested in participating in robust discussions about best practices for teaching and learning?

Would you like to get to know more of your NOVA colleagues?

How about an opportunity to take some dedicated time to talk about your role as a professor and how to engage your students in deeper and more meaningful learning?

If these appeal to you, then you’re a great candidate for the Faculty Learning Community. It’s free and it will make a difference in your teaching.

Faculty learning communities (FLCs) are facilitated by members of the CETL staff and start up at various times over the course of the academic year. Members meet periodically, usually in a face-to-face environment. Join with colleagues to explore best practices in teaching and learning.

If you are interested in Faculty Learning Communities, contact CETL at or any member of the CETL staff.