Welcome to Koç University Office of Learning and Teaching

About KOLT

Koç University Office of Learning and Teaching (KOLT) was established in November 2009, becoming the first office of its kind in Turkey. The mission of KOLT is to lead and support continual development of learning and teaching in KU. To achieve this mission, KOLT provides services to:

Educational Technologies

Koç University Office of Learning and Teaching(KOLT) launches its new technology services under the “Learning and Teaching Technologies” initiative. This initiative aims to promote educational technologies in and outside the classroom for better learning outcomes along with support for the faculty, staff, and students on technology-related issues.

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Director’s Welcome

Koç University Office of Learning and Teaching (KOLT) is dedicated to supporting students, TAs, and faculty at Koç University (KU). It is the goal of KOLT to continually improve the learning environment at KU for academic success.

Koç University Core Program Evaluation Survey Raffle Winners

The Winners of our raffle have been selected! Please come to KOLT to collect your 100 TL Divan coupon.   Mahir Takak, Elif Gediz Kocağolan, Barış Özakar, Hakan Emre Çiftkaya, Kamil Özbek, Ecemnur Ok, Barış Aksoy, Yaren Altındal, Aydın Algül, Zeynep Parnas.

KOLT Brunch Workshop: My Teaching Experiences at KU (5)

Each spring semester, Koç University offers Outstanding Teaching Awards at the College/School and University levels to recognize outstanding performance in classroom teaching, and intellectual contribution to the teaching and learning processes.

KOLT organizes workshops with the recipients of Outstanding Teaching Awards to foster sharing of teaching experiences and good practices.

KOLT Workshop – Supporting Critical Thinking across the Disciplines: Methods for Student-Centered Teaching

In this session, participants will explore what “critical thinking” means in their fields of study and pedagogy; consider how critical thinking is manifested in students’ work; and learn perspectives and classroom methods—including a focus on certain kinds of writing—for enhancing students’ critical thinking.