Koehler Center Outcomes 1.3, 1.4, 2.2The Koehler Center provides a number of online resources to support teaching and learning at TCU. Such resources include guides for creating accessible course content, resources for developing a syllabus, tips for using educational technology, an online catalogue of pedag​ogy books available for check-out, a web magazine dedicated to teaching and written by faculty and staff at TCU, and resource pages for specific audiences (department chairs, new TCU hires, etc.).





Accessibility for TCU Online

Accessibility, as it relates to e-learning, means that your e-learning course should be accessible to a variety of users–for example, learners with disabilities, the aging population, and those for whom English is a second language. Simply put, this means that information must be provided in a format that does not rely on a single sense or ability.

Learn more about creating accessible content.

The Creator Studio

Want to make short interactive videos for your classes? The Koehler Center is excited to introduce the Creator Studio, located in Winton-Scott Hall, Room 108. The Creator Studio puts you in charge of recording and editing your video content as you create engaging material for your courses. The Koehler Center staff will be nearby for any help you need or to consult with you on what will work best for your class.

Learn about the Creator Studio.

Educational Technology

By providing support for various educational technology solutions, the Koehler Center is focused on responding to the present needs of instructors, as well as keeping the TCU community informed of new educational possibilities.

Learn more about Educational Technology solutions.

Insights Magazine

Insights magazine is the Koehler Center’s biannual electronic publication. It features articles written by faculty and instructional staff highlighting teaching innovation, student engagement, and professional development. It also showcases upcoming Koehler Center events, workshops, and speakers.

Learn more about Insights and read past issues.

Koehler Center Library

The Koehler Center houses a collection of current books and journals on subjects such as active learning, online learning, course development, and the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Learn more about the Koehler Center Library and search the collection.

Mobile Computer Cart

The Koehler Center has a Mobile Computer Cart to support in-class activities or projects that require students to use a computer. Instructors can reserve a class set (32) computers to use in any academic building during their designated class time. Please book at least 24 hours in advance to allow the Koehler Center team to make arrangements for pick up and drop off.

Learn more about the Mobile Computer Cart, check availability and reserve the cart.

New to TCU

The New to TCU pages offer helpful information if you are new to campus (ID Card, Parking, WiFi), information about specific campus services (Shuttle Services, Classroom Technology Introduction, Post Office), and resources to help you prepare to teach (Syllabus Template, Mandatory Policies, Syllabus Rubric).

Visit the New to TCU resources.

Syllabus Resources

The resources on this page are available to help you create new syllabi or revise old favorites. Wondering what to include in your syllabus? You will find accessible syllabus templates that you can adapt and use, and that include the current versions of the required TCU policies. Looking for ways to revise existing information? Use the syllabus rubric for suggestions on how to improve the overall quality of your syllabus. Other resources include links to the Academic and Final Exam calendars, and a list of in- and out-of-class activities to encourage students to read the syllabus.

Visit the Syllabus Resources.

TCU Chairs Resources

This website offers support for TCU department chairs and program directors, providing information on policy and procedure, easy access to administrative forms, links to “best practice” resources, and information on training sessions and meetings of the Chairs Council.

Visit the TCU Chairs Resources page.