Each January, the UW-Green Bay Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning and the Instructional Development Council host the Instructional Development Institute, a conference for faculty and staff that promotes the continued development and application of best practices for teaching and learning. The conference was held virtually this year on Jan. 19 and 21 and consisted of a variety of synchronous and asynchronous presentations that explored this year’s theme, “Making Meaningful Connections.” The Institute was only made possible because of the hard work and participation of many of our faculty and staff, a huge “thank-you” to all that contributed to making this year’s conference a success. If you were unable to attend this year, session recordings and other asynchronous content are accessible in the Canvas course until the end of the spring semester.
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