Story submitted on behalf of the LCC Planning Committee
We are pleased to announce that the College will be hosting its 13th Learning Connections Conference (LCC) on May 16 and May 17, 2023.
What is LCC?
The LCC is an all-employee professional learning event that brings together all part-time/full-time employees (i.e., support staff, faculty, and administrators) across the various campuses and SLC office locations. The event brings new opportunities to learn from one another, reconnect with colleagues, and celebrate our College's values.
Our event last year included a record breaking 86 speakers (many from SLC) and 529 attendees so we look forward to reconnecting with everyone for LCC 2023!
How can I get involved?
There are numerous ways to engage with the LCC in the coming months but we wanted to begin this year with a few easy options:
- Follow LCC on Twitter: @LearnConnectSLC
- Share your experiences about previous LCC events with new colleagues and help spread the word about LCC on social media using #LCCSLC
- Apply to be part the Program Development Sub-Committee. This committee will lead the conference proposal process and help shape the overall theme of the conference with colleagues.
Submit an application for the LCC Program Development Sub-Committee. Note: You will need your SLC credentials to log in to access the Microsoft Form.
Deadline: Wednesday, November 9, 2022 at 4:00pm
All applications will be reviewed using our college values as we aim to ensure proper representation of across all employee groups, voices, and campus/work locations. This is a great opportunity to collaborate with other members of the college community and raise your profile as a member of the larger SLC community.
Please contact LCC@sl.on.ca if you have any questions about the application process.
Core Planning Team
The core planning team is responsible for leading strategic discussions pertaining to the conference programming and planning. They will work with all members of the larger planning team by representing a collaborative partnership between Belonging, Human Resources & Organizational Development (BHROD) and the School of Contemporary Teaching & Learning (SCTL).
- Brian Benn, Associate Director of Organizational Development – BHROD
- Julie Johnston, Academic & Administrative Support Officer – SCTL
- André Léger, Associate Dean – SCTL