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Faculty Learning Communities (FLCs)
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According to Milton Cox, developer of Faculty Learning Communities at Miami University of Ohio, an FLC “is a group of trans-disciplinary faculty, graduate students and professional staff … engaging in an active, collaborative, yearlong program with a curriculum about enhancing teaching and learning.” Participants may engage in frequent meetings, activities, discussions, and independent projects that lead to community building and foster the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL).
Website for Developing Faculty and Professional Learning Communities (FLCs) to Transform Campus Culture for Learning (Miami University of Ohio).
Guidelines and recommendations for developing FLCs on college campuses.
The Ohio Learning Network—Learning Communities Initiative.
History, current news, and information about the numerous FLCs throughout Ohio.