The central archive is a repository for all events and programs supported by TLED. Archive pages include a:
- summary of the event/program
- outcomes, and data and;
- any recorded sessions and presentation materials (when available).
For questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Event/Program Landing Page||Office||Contact||Archive Page||Recordings & Materials|
|Distance Education Symposium||Office of Distance & Alternative Education||Access||Available|
|Future of Work||Office of the Provost||Access||Available|
|Lilly Austin Conference||Office of the Faculty Development, TLED||Access||Available|
|Remote Recess||Faculty Development, TLED||Access||Available|
|Riverboat Cruise||Faculty Development, TLED||Access||Not Available|
|Service Learning||Office of Experiential Learning, TLED||Access||Available|
|Spring Development Day||Office of the Faculty Development, TLED||Access||Only Recordings are Available|
|Summer Software Day||Office of the Faculty Development, TLED||Access||Available|
|Teaching & Learning Academy||Office of the Faculty Development, TLED||Access||Only Information Session Recording is Available|
|Office of Faculty Communications||Office of the Faculty Development, TLED||Access||Available|
Computerside Chats was an ACC book club for faculty where reading the book was not a requirement. Chats focused on evidence-based teaching books such as “Teaching for Learning: 101 Intentionally Designed Activities to Put Students on the Path to Success” by Claire Howell Major, Michael S. Harris & Todd Zakrajsek.
In each session, faculty were introduced to material and then had time to engage in an online conversation with their teaching colleagues about how ACC instructors might adopt some of these new methods in their classrooms. Faculty participants were able to learn about evidence-based teaching without having to dig into the research on their own.
Sessions were scheduled twice a month throughout the semester to offer flexibility. Pre-register was required in order to receive the link to participate online.
Computerside Chats were transcribed for accessibility. The link to access CART was provided at each session so all faculty could join in.
Participants were entered for a chance to win a copy of the book.