Center for Learning with Technology (CLT)

About Us

About CLT

The Center for Learning with Technology is the discovery team for innovative and applicable technology resources that faculty can integrate into their courses to engage students. Here you will find resources that will assist you with helpful new practices for teaching and learning.

Meet our Staff

The Center is staffed primarily by Naomi Valentine. Working alongside the staff at the Center are Keith Cronk, Paula Kirby, Allison Case, and a fluid group of student workers.

Naomi Valentine, M.B.A

Certified Instructional Designer/IS&T
Harding University Box 12264

Naomi has been in higher education for approximately 8 years, working with Harding's MBA and Adult and Online Studies programs. Naomi provides assistance in online monitoring, development and instructional design. She is a certified Instructional Designer and Peer Reviewer, a certification which focuses on the design quality of a course. Naomi received her M.B.A from Harding University in 2014 and is currently working for the Center for Learning with Technology; in the IS&T department. In this role, she assists faculty and staff with their design needs. She is also an Adjunct Business instructor and teaches online. Naomi's motto is: "strive for excellence in all that you do!"

Goals and Mission


• Discover applicable technology resources faculty can adopt to dynamically engage students in the learning process

• Improve educational technology support for faculty teaching on-ground, blended online, and fully online courses

• Research emergent educational technologies for possible implementation

• Improve faculty awareness and adoption of beneficial educational technology tools to improve teaching and learning


The Center for Learning with Technology collaborates with faculty to promote instructional and learning excellence at Harding University using effective education and communication technologies. A wide range of activities is used to enhance, promote, and invigorate teaching and learning by continually investigating and implementing teaching innovations using current technology.

The Center strives to:

• Keep abreast of current best teaching and learning practices

• Incorporate current teaching and learning best practices into Harding programs

• Undertake ongoing and focused professional development

• Gain peer recognition

• Be fully engaged in using technology to its potential


CLT Tutorials

The Center for Learning with Technology offers training videos and PDF tutorials on a variety of the following resources. Select this link to navigate to the CLT Tutorial page:

CLT Tutorials

New This Semester

This section contains a list of all of our training sessions offered this semester. The link below navigates to a forum in which both departmental and individual sign-ups are possible. Please note that departmental sign-ups should be completed by the department chair.

To register for training sessions, Click Here!

Training session topics include:



Educational Theory


Poll Everywhere






Faculty Technology Showcase Events

7th Annual Faculty Technology Showcase Details

The purpose of the FTS is to highlight faculty who utilize technology in the classroom, and provide them an opportunity to share, peer-to-peer, from their experiences. This has proven to be a great way to collaborate, educate and expand the use of technology on campus. Today’s classroom is a dynamic environment that engages the student in a variety of learning experiences; many of those experiences make use of technology. Several of our faculty members are already using creative methods to allow students to achieve success and we proudly display their hard work at the annual Faculty Technology Showcase.

This year’s showcase has been concluded. We look forward to seeing you again in the fall of 2018!

Past Showcases

Thank you to everyone who helped make our past showcases great, an archive for previous showcases can be found below.
2017: Scholarworks
2016: Tech it Forward
2015: Technology in Motion

Colloquium Series

This series of research presentations is no longer active. An archive of previous presentations can be found here