Join us as six presenters who are knowledgeable and passionate
about intriguing subjects inspire us with ideas worth sharing.
Event is free and open to all. Faculty members are encouraged to
bring their classes. TLC is a collaboration between the Center
for Teaching and Learning and the Library.
Changing our community through teaching and learning.
The Teaching and Learning Community (TLC) event is a collaboration between
the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and the Library seeks to fulfill the
CTL’s mission by creating a culture of learning by providing various
professional development opportunities for all faculty and staff and the
Library’s mission of supporting the curriculum through providing information
Find teachers, innovators and leaders who are able
to inspire us with “ideas worth sharing.”
Create a live learning event
that is captured and shared via social media with the larger
Moraine Valley community.
Disseminate ideas in support
of the curriculum.
Foster knowledge sharing among
faculty and staff in support of Moraine Valley Community
College’s strategic priority of continuous improvement.
Exhibit Moraine Valley’s wide
variety of knowledge and talent to the external college
Demonstrate the technology and
instructional possibilities that are available within the
CTL and library through the live event and the social media
- A learning event that will take place in the
Library featuring 4-5 speakers. Each speaker will talk about a topic for which
they are knowledgeable and passionate about. Each speaker will have a 15-minute
time limit to deliver his or her talk. The event will be free of charge and will
be available to all faculty, staff, and students.
- A primary goal of each talk is the production of a high quality video that
captures the ideas presented and then makes the ideas available for sharing via
social media. Each video will be promoted through campus wide email and with
Simple Rules for Speakers:
- The maximum length for each talk is 15 minutes.
- The talk will be about a teaching/learning or student success topic which you
are both knowledgeable and passionate about.
- The talk can utilize a variety of resources (technology, flip charts, dry
erase boards, etc.) but also must be natural (no reading from a script).
- All participants that present or attend these talks are to be courteous,
gracious, and professional.
- Have fun and change the community!