TYCA May Web

TYCA May Web

The webinars have been archived! You can find them HERE.


Registration: CLOSED. Presentations will be recorded and links to those archived videos will be sent out as soon as the webinars wrap up.

  1. Register online through this form.
  2. TYCA will send a link prior to the meeting so you can participate in the session.
  3. You will need reliable internet and audio; video of yourself during the session is optional.
  4. Registration and attendance is free to all. All webinars are on Tuesday, 11:00 Central Time, 12:00 Eastern Time. Each will last one hour.
  5. Attendees will be sent a certificate of attendance for their professional development files.


For 4 weeks this spring, TYCA MW will become TYCA May Web!

You know that feeling when you leave the conference feeling inspired, invigorated, connected, and smart? How about a little dose of that to take with you through the summer?

TYCA MW proud to announce a new web series: TYCA May Web. Each Tuesday for the month of May, TYCA-MW members will host 45 minute sessions focused on “What I Taught/What I Learned This Year.” We can celebrate success, explore failures, and collaborate on ideas for the upcoming year.

How it works:

Cost: FREE TO ALL!!!

Dates: Every Tuesday in May!

Who can propose: TYCA-MW members. (If you’re not a member currently, you can join online!) Adjunct faculty are strongly encouraged to submit a proposal! We had you in mind as we tried to brainstorm ways to include more opportunities for adjuncts who do not have travel supported by their departments.

Call for Proposals Here = https://goo.gl/forms/YdqKD5UXbntYH2Bl1

  1. Due: March 25th.
  2. Topics: Lessons from this past year: what did you learn? What mistakes were helpful? What’s something new that you tried?
  3. Length: 100-250 words.

What you need to know if you want to present:

  1. Sessions will be hosted by the presenter and a co-host from the board.
  2. Presentations will be given via presentation software (WebEx, Zoom)
  3. Presentations will begin at 11:00 AM CST, 12:00 PM EST and will last 45 minutes (30 min presentations and 15 min Q&A).
  4. Your presentation will be recorded and made publicly available online.
  5. You will need to either have experience with presenting online or agree to a short training session.

You may use an abbreviated version of your proposal from the fall conference.

Presentations will be archived and available online after all the sessions are complete.

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