Fall Inservice 2023

Fall In-Service 2023

Fall 2023 In-Service week begins on Tuesday, September 12 with Faculty Connections activities, and culminates on Thursday, September 21 with the All-Employee In Service.

Tue and Wed, September 12 and 13 - Faculty Connections

Faculty Connections: New and returning faculty are invited to Faculty Connections 2022-2023. Register Here!(link is external)

Contact: Ingrid Nordstrom, Faculty Connections coordinator; nordstromi@lanecc.edu.

Thu, September 14 - Faculty In-Service Day and Division/Department Project Day

Those with pre-approval are welcome to join via Zoom.

The morning’s events will be held in Building 19, Room 103.

8:00-8:15am - Coffee and Conversation
8:15-9:15am - Introductions and the Year Ahead
9:15-9:45am - Faculty Role in Retention
9:50-10:30am - Higher Education Trends in Cybersecurity
10:30-11:00am - Resources for Teaching and Supporting Students with Disabilities
11:00-11:15am - Break / Transition
11:15-12:00pm - Breakout Sessions (those with pre-approval are welcome to join via Zoom)
12:00-1:00pm - Lunch, on your own
1:00-4:00pm - Division / Department Meetings
4:00-5:00pm - Time provided to independently complete mandatory FERPA training

Mon, September 18 - 9:00am-4:00pm - Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Day

The second annual Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Day will be dedicated to working on department-specific next steps and long-term goals for using evidence to improve student learning.  A remote facilitated morning session will be followed by intradepartmental collaboration on Assessment activities. The afternoon will include presentations and round-tables on a variety of related topics to support faculty efforts.

Tue, September 19 - Faculty Professional Development and Sabbatical Reports Day

FPD’s fall inservice on Tuesday, September 19th in Building 19/103 and 104 for the morning session and 19/220 for the sabbatical reports in the afternoon.

In preparation for the events, please complete the Sonder Studio survey by September 18th.

Zoom link for morning sessions: https://lanecc.zoom.us/s/95675867409(link is external)

9:00-10:00am - Keynote: Embracing the Future: Navigating Change with the Power of Generative AI

Join Helen and Dave Edwards, founders of Sonder Studio and hosts of Artificiality, for a thought-provoking and inspirational keynote address. Amidst recent changes in our academic landscape, they offer the optimistic perspective tempered with the importance of human-centered AI and an understanding of the potential harms. In this session, the Edwards will unpack the concept of Generative AI, likening its potential impact to the advent of the internet. They will discuss the importance of embracing this change and provide insight on how to integrate AI into academia. In the concluding segment, the Edwards will inspire the audience about the future of higher education and the potential for it to be enriched with Generative AI.

10:00-11:00am - Workshop and Interactive: Leveraging the Potential of Generative AI in Higher Education.

This workshop will delve deeper into the potential of Generative AI in higher education, offering real-life examples of its application in teaching, learning, and research. Attendees will be asked to contribute their hopes as well as their concerns for the future, then explore how AI could pave the way for new academic programs and fields of study, turning current challenges into opportunities.

11:00-12:00pm - Workshop and Interactive: Making Better Decisions with Generative AI.

This workshop offers a hands-on learning session for people who want to understand how to use generative AI and large language models in every day life. In this session, the Edwards show how you can use large language models and other generative AI in practical terms, developing your “machine intuition” and other skills for complementing human intelligence with the intelligence of machines. You will leave with practical ideas for how to use the power of large language models such as ChatGPT, Bard, and Bing in your daily life as well as be inspired by the creativity that Generative AI can unleash.

Sabbatical Presentations in Building 19, 220

Zoom link for afternoon sessions: https://lanecc.zoom.us/j/99341973190(link is external)

1:00-1:10pm - Welcome, upcoming reminders

1:15-1:40pm - Gerry Meenaghan, Cooperative Work Experience (CWE) Survey of Oregon Community Colleges

1:45-2:10pm - Christina Howard, Mapping a Path for Physical Therapy Service: An Exploration into Cultural Responsiveness through Cultural Humility

2:15-2:40pm - Christine Andrews, Building Authentic Experiences in Online Science Classes

2:45-3:10pm - Wendy Rawlinson, Finding My Way in the Rapidly Changing Landscape of Higher Education Mathematics

Wed, September 20 - Division Meetings and Professional Development

Connect with your manager about activities in your area.

Thu, September 21 - All Employee In-Service

Please note: Those employees with remote work arrangements/accommodations and those who have obtained permission from their direct supervisor may attend via Zoom; all other employees should attend the day's events in person.

Leveraging Our Strengths for Student Success- Download the Full Program

Time Activity Location or Zoom
7:30 - 8:30 am Continental breakfast and beverages provided by J & J Java Lobby outside of 19/102-104
7:45 am

Book purchase and signing with Ed Yong

Lobby outside of 19/102-104
8:00 am Doors open for the Event 19/102-104
8:35 am Welcome from Board of Education Chair Austin Folnagy Zoom for 8:30-10am(link is external)
8:35 - 9:00 am Dr. Bulger's State of the College Address
9:05 - 9:40 am Keynote Speaker Ed Yong, author of An Immense World
9:40 -10:00 am Question and Answer with Ed Yong
10:00 - 10:15 am BREAK

10:15-11 am Breakout Sessions #1 Full Descriptions

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Administrative Program Review - Team Reflections(link is external) Location Center 402
Exploring Our Relationship with Generative Artificial Intelligence(link is external) Center 303
Beating the Odds: How to Battle Nationwide Enrollment Pressures(link is external) Center 308
C.A.R.E. at Lane and Lane County Homelessness Prevention(link is external) Center 416
Navigate Through Moodle 4(link is external) Center 219
Overtime with Ed Yong(link is external) Building 19, Room 102
Selective Applications: Identifying Bias and Impact on Educational Equity(link is external) Center 401
Shared Governance 2.0: What's New and How to Navigate and Use :Lane's Governance(link is external) Center 425

11:00 - 11:15 am BREAK

11:15-12:00 pm Breakout Session #2 Full Descriptions

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Cracking the Code: Strategies for Effective Program Marketing(link is external) Center 425
Navigate Through Moodle 4 (encore)(link is external) Center 219
Neurodivergent Student Voices: Tips for Making a World of Difference(link is external) Center 416
Radical Flexibility: Adapting to the Needs of Part-Time Students(link is external) Center 308
Selective Applications: Implementing Measures to Reduce Bias(link is external) Center 401
Quick Intros and Overviews from Several Lane Student Support Areas CANCELED
Unveiling the Art of Well-Being: A Journey in Health and Wellness(link is external) Center 427
12:00 - 1:00 pm Lunch provided by Doug's Place | Menu

Center Building,

1st Floor

1:30 - 4:30 pm LCCEA All Faculty Meeting Longhouse
1:30 - 4:30 pm LCCEF General Membership Meeting and Social Building 19, Rm 226
2:00 - 4:00 pm Manager's Meeting Building 4, 106