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Spring Development Day



SAVE THE DATE: January 14th, 2022

Post-Event Recap: Spring Development Day

Remote Delivery, Meaningful Learning

Friday, January 15, 2021

TLED’s Faculty Development team hosted ACC’s annual Spring Development Day on Friday, January 15, 2021. The 2021 theme, “Remote Delivery, Meaningful Learning,” invited all employees to discover meaningful ways to support student learning, even when our teaching and services are delivered remotely. The year’s event boasted 1,379 registrations and 504 unduplicated participants who shared glowing feedback about the experience:

      • “I sincerely appreciate all of the information I gathered. The leads were strong and very open to sharing ideas.”
      • “Best PD day ever”
      • “This was great information and directly transferable to my classes, thank you so much for this!”
      • “I already started to tinker with the programs suggested in the workshop and I am super excited to share with my students.”
      • “Loved this and learned a lot of new things to try out. Thanks so much!”

Featured speakers included keynote Dr. Katharine Brooks, Evans Family Executive Director from Vanderbilt University, and many fellow ACC faculty and staff who shared their expertise with colleagues.

All 37 sessions were recorded and are now available for viewing.

Workshop Recordings

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Read information from past event days, including recordings and workshop materials (if available).




If you have any questions about Spring Development Day, please email the Office of Faculty Development at or call (512) 223-7216.