Seton Hall University

Teaching, Learning and Technology Center

The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center has a great way to show off your digital skills! Here's how it works:

Here’s how it works:

Find a TLTC workshop
Visit the Computer Training Classroom to find out about workshops and special events.
Check in at the workshop
Either scan the QR code with your smartphone or sign in with the TLTC ID and your badge will be on its way!
Show off your badges!
Once you've earned a badge, you can display it in your email signature, blog, LinkedIn and wherever else you'd like. You can also earn a badge certificate for attending multiple sessions in any of our popular series, such as, Faculty Tech Bytes, Online and Hybrid Course Development, or the Summer Series.

Upcoming TLTC Events

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About the Program

Support for faculty in the classroom and in the scholarship of teaching is provided by the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center located in Walsh Library. The TLT Center promotes and support the use of technology in the classroom as well as providing campus-wide training opportunities through the Computing Training Classroom.

As part of the TLT Center’s mission, faculty workshops are offered to enhance technology skills in the use of various applications, explore cutting edge technology and implement “best practices”. During the academic year, a variety of technology topics are offered including, but not limited to, online learning, social media, effective presentations and use of Blackboard tools. Additional one-day workshops and webinars are available during the summer months; a detailed schedule is available at the end each Spring semester. Workshops will be held in the Computer Training Classroom located on the first floor of the Walsh Library unless otherwise noted.

About The Open Badges Initiative

This part of Seton Hall's "Pirate Adventure" program is designed to be compatible with Mozilla's Open Badges Initiative.

The Open Badges Initiative is based on the idea that learning today happens everywhere, not just in the classroom, but it's often difficult to get recognition for skills and achievements that happen outside of school. Mozilla's Open Badges project is working to solve that problem, making it easy for anyone to issue, earn and display badges across the web -- through a shared infrastructure that's free and open to all. The result: helping learners everywhere display 21st century skills, unlock career and educational opportunities, and level up in their life and work. Learn more here.