Welcome to the Center for Organizational and Teaching Excellence (COTE) at Lone Star College-Tomball! We support the Lone Star College-Tomball vision by providing responsive, innovative, and collaborative learning opportunities and resources that prepare our faculty and staff for a lifetime of learning and change.
To provide professional and organizational development opportunities for the purpose of supporting all Lone Star College-Tomball faculty and staff in their roles at the college.
To be a nationally known Center for Organizational and Teaching Excellence (COTE) that is recognized for its innovation, creativity, collaboration, and support for faculty, staff, and administrators.
To connect people to each other, connect various functions across campus, and connect college initiatives to ensure meaning and sustainability.
Professional Development provides Lone Star College-Tomball's faculty and staff with professional development opportunities, training, conferences, and support to maximize each employee's contribution to their department.
Faculty Online Training and Online Resources provide Lone Star College-Tomball faculty members with online learning resources, online teaching forums/discussions/conferences, tool kits, an immediate virtual assistant center, and round-the-clock technology help.
MyWorkshops provides quick access to MyLearning page with a wide range of courses for Lone Star College employees.
COTE Workshops provide meaningful, useful, and practical courses to LSC-Tomball faculty and staff all year round.
Suggested Techniques for Teaching Online - From Beginner to Advanced
- Instructor: Harlan Williams, Online Instructional Designer & D2L Support
These series of webinars offer brief, concise suggestions you can apply to your online courses.
There are two 30-minute sessions per hour, and you may attend one or both.
Click the courses below to access training.
Distressed Students: How to Make a Referral
- Instructor: Lisa Davis, Counselor/Professor
Many college students experience anxiety, depression and stress at some point during their college career.
Faculty and staff members are in a unique position to identify those students who may be in need.
This seminar will help you identify and respond to distressed student. Wednesday, August 12, 2020 / 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
ClickHEREto access training
Access code: 120 981 0909