“The National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education (NITLE) helps liberal arts colleges and universities integrate inquiry, pedagogy, and technology. With our NITLE Network members, we work to enrich undergraduate education and strengthen the liberal arts tradition. Established in 2001, NITLE is the key organization for liberal arts colleges and universities seeking to engage students in the unique learning experience that liberal education provides and to use technology strategically to advance the liberal arts mission.”

Click here for a copy of the 2012 NITLE Summit Report.

  1. How is Rollins Involved?
  2. How much will this cost me?
  3. How do I take advantage of this?
  4. What does NITLE do?

How is Rollins involved?

Each participating college has a NITLE Liaison. Currently Jonathan Miller is Rollins Liaison. Contact him for more information.
Some Rollins personnel who (amongst others) have participated in recent NITLE events include:
Dawn Feavyour (Image Copyright workshop)
Tom Lairson (Web 2.0 workshop)
Rachel Newcomb (Middle Eastern studies workshop)
Charlie Rock (Mapping workshop)
Scott Rubarth (participant in Sunoikisis summer seminars.)
Wenxian Zhang (contributor of Chinese images and Editor in Chief of the Chinese portion of the REALIA project.

Over the last six years at least eighteen other Rollins faculty have participated in at least one NITLE event.

How much will this cost me?

Funding for participation in NITLE events comes from regular sources like faculty travel budgets. 

How do I take advantage of this?

 If you see a workshop or event you are interested in, follow the instructions.  If you have any question about how to proceed, contact Jonathan.

What does NITLE do?

NITLE provides the following for faculty and staff of participating colleges:

Professional Development opportunities like:

Symposia – that explore the pedagogical potential of emerging technologies.

Seminars – that focus participants around particular themes or subjects to enhance individual learning and the development of collaboration.

Conferences – that enhance awareness of major technological developments with implications for teaching and learning.

Professional development opportunities for Instructional Technologists, Librarians, and IT professionals.