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Southwest Tennessee Community College is proud to present the eighth annual Summer Institute on June 17 and 18. This year's Institute is a joint venture between the Center of Emphasis for Teaching and Technology and the Center for Faculty Development. It is devoted to enhancing learning through shared ideas and practices as well as through the use of current and emerging technology. The Institute consists of presentations, hands-on sessions, and roundtable discussions that address a broad range of topics of interest to all faculty.
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Online registration for Summer Institute 2010 is available now until Monday, June 14, due to catering deadlines. If you have registered and need to cancel a registration, please revisit the session on the Schedule of Events and Registration page to unenroll yourself. Late registration will be available in person starting at 8:00 am each day of the Summer Institute. The registration desk will be located in the Media Gallery of the Macon Library. Registration will continue for sessions that have space available.
Summer Institute sessions fall into one of four tracks. Please feel free to sign up for as many tracks as you want or to focus on one track only. The tracks are:
Summer Institute 2010 takes place on the Macon Cove Campus of Southwest Tennessee Community College.
The Macon Cove Campus is located at 5983 Macon Cove, which is convenient to Interstate 40, Exit 12. Registration and continental breakfast will start at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 17th in the Media Gallery, which is located on the first floor of the Bert Bornblum Library. If you need additional directions, please contact Susan Mills at 901-333-4612.
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It is impossible to name all of the people who work to make the Summer Institute a success. Special thanks to the faculty who always say "yes" to the COE Staff. This event would not be possible without their support and assistance.