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Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)

Professional Learning Communities

Our Professional Learning Communities are full of passionate people who want to share with and learn from one another. Of course not everyone can be at every meeting, and sharing those ideas outside the attendees can sometimes be daunting. This guide was built as a place to store some of those ideas to make them more easily findable, accessible, and shareable! 

Each page contains information about the current liaison for that FLC, as well as notes, ideas, and links produced in the meetings. For information about the PLC, or to make inquiries about content, contact the coordinator.

This page is maintained by the Robert R. Muntz Library. To report problems with the webpage, such as broken links, contact Christine Forisha via email at

For more information about the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, visit

For recordings of past CETL professional development offerings, visit our institutional repository, Scholar Works, at

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