UCLA is home to a growing number of groups devoted to exploring different aspects of teaching. These learning communities, or communities of practice, are forums for discussing common interests, learning from colleagues, and sparking initiatives. They are a vibrant part of our campus’s teaching and learning ecosystem.
If you organize any campus learning communities or communities of practice and would like to be included on this page, please contact us.
Campus Media Producers Group
The UCLA Campus Media Producers group facilitates the sharing of tools, tips, and techniques centered around the creation of media for online and hybrid courses.
cross-campus teaching innovations group
The Cross-Campus Teaching Innovations Group (CTIG) was formed to bring together those that are involved in ongoing teaching initiatives to share expertise and experiences, as well as to identify potential synergies in programming and curriculum development efforts underway or newly imagined.
Excellence in Pedagogy and Innovative Classrooms (EPIC)
The EPIC (Excellence in Pedagogy and Innovative Classrooms) Program is an initiative from the UCLA Division of Humanities made possible by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation designed to support humanities faculty and graduate students to create impactful learning environments through interdisciplinary, technology-enhanced, and inclusive pedagogies.
Faculty improving teaching community
The Faculty Improving Teaching (FIT) community is made up of recipients of the Instructional Improvement grants to receive ongoing feedback and support from consultants at both OID and CEILS, as well as fellow IIP-supported faculty.
Instructional Support story swap
The UCLA Instructional Support Story Swap group facilitates the sharing of tools, tips and techniques centered around instructional technology and design.