Established in 2006, the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) offers a variety of resources and professional development opportunities designed to support Clark College’s mission, vision and strategic goals. We strive to contribute to the success of faculty, staff and students by promoting a learning-centered community that cultivates and supports teaching and service excellence in a collaborative environment.
What We Offer
The TLC offers classroom space, computers and a library collection dedicated to teaching and learning.
The Learning Lab (GHL 207) accommodates up to 20 people while the Learning Studio (GHL 205) can hold up to 40. There are 20 laptop computers available for use in either room, as well as conference-phone or web-conferencing capabilities and a Smart Classroom podium. Classrooms and resources may be reserved no earlier than 30 days in advance through R-25 scheduling. The TLC Resource Area (GHL 206) features work spaces and computers for faculty and a dedicated Teaching and Learning library. Books are available for checkout to employees exclusively. Take a look inside the TLC.
Partners in Professional Development
The TLC supports the training and professional development work of many departments at Clark College. Faculty Development, Employee Development, Information Technology, Outcomes Assessment, eLearning, and Diversity and Equity are among the departments who use the facilities and resources of the TLC.
Programs and Services
New Employee and New Faculty Orientations
Online Learning & Resources
Higher Ed Works
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Professional Development Funding
Professional Learning Communities
New Faculty Mentoring
Faculty Speakers Series
Environmental Health and Safety*
Teaching & Learning Library
Computer work area
Classrooms (by reservation)
Kitchen (microwave, coffee, ice, refrigerator)
** administered by affiliated departments such as eLearning, Risk Management, Information Technology
and Office of Diversity and Equity