19th Annual Faculty Conference on Teaching Excellence

The Faculty Conference on Teaching Excellence is hosted by the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and co-sponsored by Temple Libraries, the Office of Digital EducationInformation Technology Servicesand the Office of General Education.

How to Register

Temple Faculty & Staff

Registration is free of charge to Temple faculty and staff. To register, click the link below and fill out the form questions. You will be asked to enter your Accessnet credentials and 9-digit TUID. A confirmation email will be sent to you upon registration. 

On the day of the conference, you will be able to access all session links and materials using your Accessnet credentials here.

Registration for guests will be processed through DestinyOne. To register, click the link below. If you have attended our conference in the past, you will be asked to log in with your DestinyOne credentials. For new guests, you will be asked to create a new DestinyOne user account. During registration, you will be asked to enter your date of birth. Please enter a valid date of birth so Temple may issue your temporary Accessnet. To enter the conference, you will be required to log in with your temporary Accessnet credentials.

A confirmation email will be sent with further instructions upon registration.


  • Regular Registration from 11/21/20 – 12/27/20: $100
  • Late Registration from 12/28/20 – 1/4/21: $175
  • Group Registration until 1/4/21: $75 (must register 5 or more participants)

* One of our goals for this year is that all attendees will be able to take advantage of all the conference has to offer. Please note that single-day registration rates are not available for this year’s conference.

Cancellation Policy

A full refund will be made if cancellation is received by December 28, 2020. Other than in the case of personal emergencies, no refunds can be made after December 28, 2020. Substitutions in attendees may be made at any time.

Accessibility Needs

The Center for the Advancement of Teaching strives to make this conference accessible to ensure full participation by persons with disabilities. Each presentation and session will be designed and conducted with full participation in mind. Therefore, we have asked all session presenters to make their sessions and materials accessible by having all materials with text checked for accessibility and having all of the poster session recordings captioned or transcripted. In addition, we are asking all breakout session presenters to record their Zoom sessions. Zoom creates post-recording transcripts of the session, and the recordings and transcripts, as well as session materials, will be available on our conference website shortly after the conference has concluded.

Zoom, the videoconferencing system used for this conference, has accessibility features that will maximize your experience. Please see their guide for more information.

If you have accessibility needs that extend beyond this, feel free to indicate on the registration form or contact our staff at