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Computerside Chats

Computerside Chats are the ACC book club for faculty where you DON’T HAVE TO READ THE BOOK! Chats focus on the book “Small Teaching” by James M. Lang. In each session, you’ll be introduced to material and then have time to engage in an online conversation with your teaching colleagues about how ACC instructors might adopt some of these new methods in their classrooms. You’ll be able to get the latest evidence-based teaching without having to dig into the research on your own.

The Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning (FCTL) has at the heart of its mission the goal of helping ACC faculty guide other faculty. Join this ONLINE conversation to get the latest evidence-based teaching tips from experts AND hear how your colleagues think they can creatively use them in ACC classrooms.

Click on the months below to see scheduling information and to register. There will be two sessions each month so you can select the time that works best for you. You must pre-register for these events to get the link that will allow you to participate online.

Computerside Chats are transcribed for accessibility. The link to access CART will be provided at each session so all our faculty can join in!

Participants are entered for a chance to win a copy of the book!

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Small Teaching by James M. Lang

Book Details (Please note that you DO NOT have to read anything ahead of time or have a copy of this book to participate)

Small Teaching by James M. Lang

Available for online order OR available to check out from the FCTL Library Collection.  You can also go directly to the library print copy or ebook copy.

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Archived Computerside Chats

Fall 2018: Website | Archived Session Recordings

Spring 2018: Website | Archived Session Recordings

Fall 2017: Website | Archived Session Recordings

Spring 2017: Website | Archived Session Recordings

Fall 2016: Website | Archived Session Recordings

Spring 2016: Website | Archived Session Recordings