Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning Divisions Academic Affairs Audit and Advisory Services Finance and Administration Human Resources Information Technology Office of the President Student Affairs University Advancement University Relations Colleges Other Offices and Departments Home About UsOur Staff Policies and Procedures Our Turn Training and OrientationTeaching Resources New Faculty Resources Faculty Development Institute New Media CenterWord Festival Hebocon CITL Films Consultation Services Faculty Profiles Spring Film Challenge Distance Education ePortfolioGallery Resources Getting Help Faculty Innovator CafeShark Tank Contact Us Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning 275 Walker Hall 540-831-5974 email@example.com Office Hours Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL) supports the effective and innovative integration of technology into teaching and learning at Radford University. Learn More about CITL » The Word Festival The CITL, along with campus and local K12 partners, is holding the second annual Word Festival vocabulary video contest Sept. 19 - Oct. 27. Visit the Word Festival page for details about the event. Fall 2017 Faculty Development Programs Visit the Training and Orientation area of the site learn about the Faculty Innovator Cafe and Faculty Development Institute For Online Course Design. Hebocon The third annual Hebocon robotics competition is happening Saturday, Dec. 2 on the Radford University campus (Cook Hall 107 Multi-purpose room). The CITL will once again work with Radford University faculty and students to facilitate, mentor and host this STEAM-driven event for area K12 students. For more information and to see video of last year's event, visit our Hobocon webpage. Spring Film Challenge The Spring 2017 Film Challenge was held on Wednesday, April 12, and was our biggest event yet! Visit the Spring 2017 Film Challenege webpage to see who won and to check out a few of the winning films. Educarenow: It All Turns On Affection Thoughts from the Educarenow blog regarding the corporatist education reform movement.