Our next meeting will be at the Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge campus on June 26th from 10-2. Please rsvp to Patti Holt, at firstname.lastname@example.org, for our lunch count as well as any special dietary needs we should consider.
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Red Rocks Community College is happy to invite you to the May 22 eLCC meeting on our Lakewood campus at 13300 W 6th Avenue, Lakewood, Colorado.
Jon Johnson, RRCC’s Director of Online Learning and Kai Savi, Instructional Designer, will present, “Ten Tips to Make Your Online Content More Accessible,” which is especially timely based on the requirements we all face in meeting this goal very soon!
More information regarding parking, etc., will follow prior to the meeting. In the meantime, please RSVP by emailing email@example.com so we have an accurate count for lunch.
Kathy Keairns has passed along a Flickr link to pictures from the 2015 eLCC Conference: https://www.flickr.com/photos/49350691@N07/sets/72157652396929541/
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Each year eLCC presents the Educator of the Year and the Support Person of the Year.
These awards recognize one educator and one technologist who demonstrated outstanding achievement in eLearning to include teaching, support, innovation and influence at their institution and beyond their institution.
2015 Educator of the Year Nominations (click on link to read nomination)
The 2015 Educator of the Year is Sherry Jones from Arapahoe Community College.
2015 Support Person of the Year (click on link to read nomination)
The 2015 Support Person of the Year is Alex McDaniel from Metropolitan State University of Denver.
CCCOnline hosted the virtual March 27, 2015 via WebEx. A professional development presentation was given regarding innovation in transforming online courses.
The presenters were kind enough to share a document of the presentation highlights, and also share some thoughts about the content:
We’ll highlight what’s innovative here at CCCOnline and share some samples of work created with the use of various authorware which can help transform online course content into stories. We’ll also share some free resources which add emphasis to these stories.