LCC's HHS building during a Foundation Holiday event. Welcome and Happy 2022 to all of our colleagues! For Professional Activity days, we are happy to present you with a variety of rich content and live sessions.

Our Goal

Our goal is to engage our colleagues through various methods of professional interaction to inspire educational approaches that support creativity, agency, inquiry, and culture. Effective professional development not only requires a community of scholars, but also one that cares.

Event Format

Wednesday morning will begin with a Keynote presentation with Dr. Cia Verschelden, followed by concurrent sessions (college-wide) that will occur in WebEx. Thursday morning will begin with an Online Teaching Symposium, followed by one concurrent session. There will be no YouTube live stream.

The live sessions and prerecorded content*, each have their own space on this website. For each concurrent session time slot, you may choose to attend either a live session or view prerecorded content (they are listed in different tabs on the home page for convenient navigation).

  • Each live session is posted individually and contains the WebEx link. These will not be repeated but may be recorded (see Recordings below).
  • All prerecorded content is posted individually and contains the recording in the post. Feel free to access the prerecorded content during any of the concurrent session time slots.
  • Breaks are placed intentionally, so please be sure to look away from the screen, stretch your body, and take care of yourself as needed.


The Keynote, Online Teaching Symposium, and most concurrent sessions will be recorded and posted on the website as soon as they are ready. The CTE will send out an email when all the recorded sessions are available so you will be able to explore at your convenience. This website will stay up indefinitely so you can revisit it.


Our sincerest thanks to all who contributed during collaboration and brainstorming sessions, all who have taken the time and care to prepare and execute a session, and of course to Patrick Butcher for setting up the Keynote and Online Teaching Symposium sessions.

Best Wishes for a Happy New Year and a Successful Semester!

– The Center for Teaching Excellence

*Pre-recorded content will be available on 1/5