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Ryan C. Harris Learning Teaching Center

Welcome to the LTC

The Ryan C. Harris Learning Teaching Center is the University of Dayton's laboratory for innovation in learning and teaching. The LTC is the hub for faculty development and student success throughout UD. 

In the LTC you can find:

The Blend

Check out this student run coffee shop

Studio Classroom

an upgraded space available to Faculty in the LTC Studio Fellows Program

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MID (Midterm Instructional Diagnosis)

The LTC offers the Midterm Instructional Diagnosis (MID) twice a year as a tool for faculty to evaluate a course during the term. Check out this incredible tool for Faculty to advance their courses based off of collaboration and feedback.

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We Help Students

Need Help With Homework?

From class specific learning support, to help with writing papers, to tutoring, to tips for becoming a better student, the LTC has it all to keep you on the right track.

Resources for Students

Academic Coaching Supplemental Instruction Tutoring The Write Place

Meet one-on-one with one of our professional academic coaches to discuss time management, study skills, motivation, challenges, your approach to learning, and more. Each session is tailored to your individual needs.

Find a Coach

Many courses offer Supplemental Instruction (SI), which includes weekly group review sessions led by peer facilitators.

Find a Study Group

CRLA Certified Tutors provide one-on-one sessions for many courses.

Find a Tutor

Visit the Write Place for one-one-one peer consultations for all stages of your writing at all levels or submit a paper digitally for review by a Write Place consultant.

Get Writing Help

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We Help Faculty and Staff

Supporting Faculty & Staff

Faculty and staff help our students learn and grow and the LTC is here to support the Faculty and Staff. The LTC offers resources to support learning, teaching, and professional development.

Midterm Instructional Diagnosis (MID) Student Evaluation of Teaching ATLS Academic Advising

The LTC offers the Midterm Instructional Diagnosis (MID) twice a year, midway through both fall and spring semesters, as a tool for faculty to evaluate a course during the term. The instructor can then use the feedback from students and the MID facilitator to make adjustments to the course that he or she deems appropriate.

Register to Receive or Facilitate!

The University of Dayton provides student evaluations of teaching (SET) online. The link provided will take you to the Anthology Course Evaluations system that delivers the surveys during specific times of the semester.

Student Evaluation of Teaching (SET)

Advancing Teaching & Learning Scholars (ATLS) is a new professional development program aimed at helping faculty understand UD, its systems, and key resources in and around the Ryan C. Harris Learning Teaching Center used to drive student success.


At the University of Dayton, we believe that academic advising is a transformative activity that plays a critical role in the development of the whole person, we believe that advising is collaborative, meaning-making and promotes reflection and agency for students on their vocational journey

Academic Advising


Learning Teaching Center

Roesch Library, Room Ground Floor
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1302

Check out our hours at link below:

LTC Hours