Keep your technology skills up to date and learn new ones at Summer Software Day 2024. Registration is now open to all ACC employees.

This event, organized by the Teaching & Learning Excellence Division’s (TLED’s) Office of Faculty Development, focuses on learning technology skills and how to implement them in the classroom and daily tasks. 

This year’s theme is “The Future of Education: Adapting to a Changing Landscape.” 

Summer Software Day 
Date: Friday, July 26
Time: 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Location: Online via Zoom
Register: HERE

Summer Software Day’s Virtual Format

Summer Software Day will be hosted entirely online this year. The goal is to offer virtual instruction to participants about how to use a tool and its functionality and to allow for meaningful presentations. 

The day will consist of workshops delivered synchronously online via Zoom and will focus on exploring tools that further enhance ACC’s learning and working environment. ACC Faculty Center for Learning Innovation Associate Dean Dr. Stephanie Long will present a Hyflex keynote address, “How ACC is Transforming Riverbat Success Through Flexibility,” from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

This year’s workshops include: 

  • AI Assistants: Teaching Students to (Ethically) Invite AI Into Their Writing Processes
  • Applied Digital Skills With Google: Using Project-Based Learning to Integrate Technology Applications Standards Into Core Content
  • Balancing Technology & Wellness in Your Classroom
  • Engage With Formatives and Peers: Nearpod
  • From Crickets to Collaboration: Building a Belonging Classroom Online
  • Generative AI: It’s Not Just for Students
  • Google Sites 101
  • Lilly Conference Comes to You
  • Navigating the Workplace With ADHD
  • Rock the Docs: Accessible Documents for the Digital Classroom
  • Super Basic Intro to Google Forms
  • Supporting Student Mental Health: Strategies for Faculty
  • Visualizing Student Progress: Exploring OIRA DOMO Dashboards
  • Why is Artificial Intelligence Good and Good for You

View the website to learn more about the upcoming opportunities and view the Summer Software Day archive, including a summary of outcomes, workshop recordings, and materials (when available) of past events. 

Click HERE to register for the event. For questions, email the Office of Faculty Development at [email protected].