The Center for the Advancement of Teaching aims to advance passionate, reflective, and evidence-informed teaching. We contribute to Wake Forest’s distinctive mission by encouraging the development of teacher-student relationships that prepare all students to live examined, purposeful lives.
The Academic Technology team believes technology plays a vital role in Academic Excellence. Whether evaluating the tools and platforms currently in place, staying abreast of new technological tools, re-envisioning classroom software, hardware, and design, or partnering with faculty in the implementation of multi-modal storytelling and storytelling tools, they aim to inform and prepare Wake students and faculty for a world that is thinking Digitally and Multi-Modally.
The mission of the Z. Smith Reynolds Library is to inspire learning, advance knowledge, and build community at Wake Forest University. We accomplish this by providing resources, opportunities, and spaces that connect students, faculty, and staff to information, each other, and the wider world.
The mission of the Learning Assistance Center & Disability Services (LAC-DS) is to provide opportunities for all students to achieve academic success.
Assistance is provided through academic coaching and individual and group tutoring.
Students with a wide range of learning and other documented disabilities may also receive academic support, accommodations, training, and advocacy through the LAC-DS.
Online Education serves on and collaborates with a variety of the University’s IT advisory committees, initiative teams, and communities of interest in service of the institution’s planning and action around learning and technology.
The Learning Technology Consortium is a collaboration among universities with common interests and challenges in learning and teaching with technology. Wake Forest University is a current member.
Office of Online Education
ZSR Library 6th Floor Wilson Wing
P.O. Box 7545
Winston Salem, NC 27109