The John Crosland Jr. Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) provides faculty with resources to explore teaching tools, hone methods or develop new pedagogies to challenge students.

Our facilities and location in the E.H. Little Library provide a rich, synergistic environment for exploring the latest classroom technologies and information services to enhance teaching at Davidson. The CTL staff pools pedagogical resources and works with faculty to create learning opportunities.

The CTL supports Davidson College’s commitment to academic excellence by fostering a vibrant and engaged community.

Reserve a Room

Room requests must be made at least one hour before reserved time. Reservation requests have to be made between the hours of 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, this includes requests for weekend reservations.

To reserve a room contact Mariana Gomez (magomez@davidson.edu) or Ann Fletcher (anfletcher@davidson.edu). When not reserved, rooms are available on a first-come, first served basis.

Available Spaces

Studio D

Designated for experimental technology in the classroom, Studio D seats up to 17 socially distanced participants.

Reservation priorities are given to:

  • Matters related to innovative teaching (Pedagogy and Experiential)
  • Speakers related to Teaching and Learning and Conversations about Teaching (CAT)

To inquire about using Studio D for innovative teaching, contact Sundi Richard at surichard@davidson.edu.

Open Tutoring Room

The Open Tutoring Room seats up to 17 socially distanced participants.

Technical Equipment

  • 70" portable monitor with laptop connections for presentations
  • 25' of wall-mounted white boards on two walls for classes, workshops, collaboration

Reservation priorities are given to:

  • Class sessions and workshops
  • Students 
  • Faculty or staff 

Group Tutor Rooms

The CTL has two small conference rooms, Group Tutor Rooms 1 and 2. Both seat up to 3 socially distanced participants. 

Technical Equipment

Each Group Tutor Room is equipped with an Eno Smart Board. The Eno Smart Board can be used for projection of presentations and are equipped with a stylus pen that can be used to edit projected materials. The projection screen can be used as a digital whiteboard.

Reservation priorities are given to:

  • Students 
  • Faculty or Staff 

Quiet Rooms

The CTL has four Quiet Rooms, A, B, C and D. All seat one participant.

Quiet Rooms may be reserved for:

  • Test Taking
  • One-on-one Remote Tutoring Sessions (Davidson student tutoring only)
  • Standardized Test Prep (GMAT, LSAT, etc.)