CETAL Programs and Events

Workshops that focus on different teaching approaches and emerging practices, vary each semester

An annual multi-session event in which colleagues from across ECC share teaching strategies and methods of student support 

A professional development program to guide new full-time and part-time faculty to campus resources and teaching approaches

Mentoring program that pairs two faculty together for a semester to regularly meet and discuss self-identified goals 

 One-day Teaching Retreat providing dedicated time and space for faculty to focus on a particular teaching document and/or practice

Semester-long program that organized faculty into groups for non-evaluative observations and self reflection

Time to explore and gain experience with varied topics and strategies, such as using AI programs. 

Community of faculty analyzing their student success data and responding with varied strategies. 

Time and space to talk about and pose questions related to equity, diversity, and inclusion in teaching. 

Small groups of faculty studying a particular topic together over a semester and trying out strategies and providing feedback. 

Online group of faculty and administrators each reading a text they choose and sharing their responses

Registering for Workshops and TeachECC

To register for CETL content-workshops (those that have a course code) and TeachECC, go to the Employee tab of the accessECC Portal, and from the Employee Apps choose the eTalent. The eTalent Learning Library and Learning Calendar displays each semester's CETL workshops. All sessions are free of charge. 

See the eTalent portion of the ECC Electronic Platforms page for more detailed instructions, including video tutorials. 

Registering ahead of time through eTalent ensures that the course shows up on your transcript and helps for logistical preparations. 

Retrieving Your Transcript to Apply for Lane Movement

To retrieve a transcript for any professional development opportunities completed Spring 2021 and after, you can access your transcript via eTalent. 

From eTalent Learning

See the eTalent portion of the ECC Electronic Platforms page for more detailed instructions, including video tutorials. 

To retrieve a transcript for any courses taken Fall 2020 and before, 

Instructions, Including Screenshots, for Retrieving a Transcript for Courses Taken Prior to Spring 2021

Suggesting a Program Topic or Requesting a Program Be Approved for CETL Lane Movement Credit

To suggest a topic for a workshop, please either contact Tyler Roeger at troeger@elgin.edu or (847) 214-7696, or use the CETAL Program Proposal Form below.


For those seeking CETL lane movement credit be provided for an upcoming, already planned ECC program (such as a faculty development workshop organized within a division or department), please submit information via the CETL Program Proposal Form included below. The Associate Dean of CETAL, Tyler Roeger, will then follow-up with more details.


Please note that for a program to be eligible to include CETL lane movement credit, it must meet the following criteria