Regis University has been out in front blogging about the TLTS highlights on their ID & T Today blog. Here’s the latest post from Nicole Marcisz on her thoughts on the User Experience (UX), Learner Experience (LX) and Usability in the Online Classroom session by Baye Herald and Jennifer Panko.
eLCC will have a table on the 2nd floor Atrium in the Student Success Building (SSB). So come talk to us about the retreat last Friday and our next steps! If anyone would like to help staff the table please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are starting to compile the documents and comment cards we collected at the eLCC retreat. This is a start http://bit.ly/elccretreat16docs so please expect more. On the google document, there are links to the survey responses and the comment cards we kept taking during the retreat.
Here’s some of things we accomplished at the retreat:
We looked at our mission statement and we worked on a new proposed mission statement.
The awards committee discussed what we could do for engagement and recognition of our members. We also looked at what type of interest groups we might want to form.
11:30 – 12:30pm: Lunch and Organization Preferences or Touchpoints
Talk to 2 or more people at your organization for a touchpoint. Say: What are some quotes and defining words your user said? Do: What actions and behaviors did you notice? Think: Can you infer from their tone and interest what they think about eLCC?
Review 3 other elearning organizations from other states or national organizations
12:30 – 1:00pm Brainstorm
2×2 Matrix or SWOT analysis
2pm- 2:30pm Professional Development Large Group Discussion
2:30pm – 3pm Conference Discussion
eLCC’s annual retreat will be held at Front Range Community College in Westminster from 9 am – 3 pm. The address is 3705 W 112th Ave. Westminster, CO 80031.
See location on Google Maps https://goo.gl/maps/pSy5TfUqisz
It’s back to school time….for the students and yes, a new academic year for all of us! We’re also getting ready for the eLCC Retreat and would appreciate your help! After talking with many eLCC members at the last monthly meeting and individually, the Co-Chairs have created this survey to provide everyone an opportunity to share feedback that we can include in our strategic planning efforts.
Please feel free to attend and share your thoughts as we plan for the new academic year.
Thank you for your time and we are eagerly anticipating your responses. Please forward this link http://bit.ly/elccsurvey16 to any interested colleagues at your institution.
If you’d like to chat about any of the questions or any other ideas, please let me know. I’d really like to try out Google Duo with someone!
The Metropolitan State University of Denver is excited to host the July eLCC meeting which is scheduled for Friday, July 22nd from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Please RSVP by replying to Darlene at email@example.com if you plan to attend the meeting. The meeting will be held in Tivoli Student Union in the Tivoli Tower Adirondacks 440/540, floor 4. Click on the link below for directions and parking information.
CMC will be hosting lunch at BBQ Days (http://leadvillebbqandbrewfest.com/) downtown and our professional development will be a tour of the mining district with information about mining reclamation and other interesting activities of CMC’s Natural Resource Management program.
Since our CMC professional development and lunch will be the second half of our meeting, eLCC normal agenda will be conducted in the morning.
I can’t wait to see everyone in Leadville, the highest college campus in the nation!
Access the conference program online through Guidebook beginning April 8! Go to https://guidebook.com/getit/Type in your phone number. Click to have the download link sent to you as a text OR go to your app store and search for Guidebook to download it.
Open the app and register (minimal information required).
Select “Download your first guide.”
Enter eLCC2016 (case sensitive) in the “Enter Code” area and click “Redeem.”