NISOD/ACUE Seminars are typically scheduled from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., which includes a half-hour lunch (12:00 – 12:30 p.m.) provided by NISOD/ACUE.
Roles and Responsibilities
- NISOD manages all pre-Seminar and onsite registration logistics, including hosting the online registration form and other necessary web pages.
- Seminars are facilitated by an ACUE expert in college instruction.
- The host college provides a meeting room large enough to hold 50-100 people in rounds of 6-8 people.
- The host college provides a projector, screen, lapel mic, speakers, and Wi-Fi.
- The host college is responsible for recruiting faculty participants. Seminars are designed for 50 to 100 people. ACUE and NISOD reserve the right to cancel or reschedule Seminars if registration is below 50 people by the early registration deadline (approximately 30 days prior to the Seminar).
Host institutions will be selected based on a demonstrated commitment to student success through excellence in instruction. To take advantage of this opportunity, complete and submit the Expression of Interest by Monday, November, 25, 2019. Selected institutions will be notified by Monday, December 23, 2019.
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About NISOD: For community and technical colleges that want to make the most of their professional development dollars, NISOD provides budget-friendly, high-quality, and faculty-focused programs and resources. For over 40 years, NISOD has aligned a wide array of benefits with the needs of our members, which explains why the American Association of Community Colleges named NISOD, “The country’s leading provider of professional development for community college faculty, staff, and administrators.”
About ACUE: The Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) believes that all college students deserve an extraordinary education and that faculty members play a critical role in their success. In partnership with institutions of higher education nationwide, ACUE supports and credentials faculty members in the use of evidence-based teaching practices that drive student engagement, retention, and learning. Faculty members who complete ACUE courses earn certificates in effective college instruction endorsed by the American Council on Education. ACUE’s Community of Professional Practice connects college educators from across the country through member forums, podcasts, and updates on the latest developments in the scholarship of teaching and learning. To learn more, visit acue.org.