Summer 2024 ACUE Opportunity

To support faculty in evidence-based practices for learner-centered course design, this summer CETAL will support up to 25 people to participate in a seven-week, online asynchronous course offered by the Association of College and University Educators (ACUE). ACUE’s courses provide instruction on evidence-based teaching strategies, offer practical tools for implementing ideas, and include purposeful opportunities to reflect on your teaching.

Course Details:  Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Learning Environment

Summer 2024, CETAL will fund up to 24 participants to take the ACUE course Creating an Inclusive and Supportive Learning Environment . This eight-week, online asynchronous course runs from June 1, 2024 through July 29, 2024. While the course is asynchronous, each module has defined deadlines for completion.

Course competencies include

Course rosters are dependent on ACUE’s enrollment, so while it is likely that ECC participants will be in a section with other ECC employees, it is not guaranteed. Per ACUE, each module typically takes approximately 2-3 hours to complete.

Support Provided by CETAL


Faculty participants who complete the course will receive 18 CETL Workshop Clock Hours towards lane movement.

Applying to Participate and Timeline

The application for participating Summer 2024 is linked below and also embedded at the bottom of this page.  



Those interested in participating are asking to complete a short application by Friday, April 28, 2023.



Questions? Contact Heather Martin, Assistant Dean of CETAL, at