We have the dates for our June and July virtual meetings. We will be doing the events over ZOOM.
Thursday June 27 at 11 am – 1 pm.
Thursday July 25 at 10 am – 1 pm
Please RSVP http://bit.ly/elccsummerRSVP
For Thursday June 27, we’ll start at 11 am over Zoom https://ucdenver.zoom.us/j/900263488
At 10 am before our meeting, everyone is also invited to attend at PressbooksEDU Webinar from Odigia/Merlot that was shared with the Colorado Open Education Ambassadors and Colleagues.
It will be held in Zoom https://zoom.us/j/540300811
Then we’ll start our June eLCC meeting at 11 am over Zoom https://ucdenver.zoom.us/j/900263488
You are cordially invited to join us for the Metagame Book Club‘s June reading of Algorithms of Oppression. We’ll be reading the book and additional material throughout the month of June with the kickoff starting on Wednesday June 5 at 7 pm MT over Google Hangout.
The site for the book club is https://sites.google.com/site/metagamebookclub/spring2019
All Google Hangouts will be livestreamed on Games MOOC YouTube https://www.youtube.com/gamesmooc.
At the eLCC conference, we had Beyond Culturally Relevant Pedagogy and Beyond Dominant Tech Culture sessions where we discussed social justice and education.
If you would like to continue that conversation especially with students, here’s an invitation from UCD education students on the topic of social justice.
Dear Community Members,
Please join us next Wednesday, May 8th for The UnSettled States of whiteness. This event is a series of UCD Educational Foundation 4001/5001 student panels on racism, racial privilege, white supremacy and colorblind racism. These series of panels will identify and critically analyze whiteness to understand racial implications in everyday society. Participants will start to learn a vocabulary of how to talk about whiteness and what to do to challenge racism.
WHEN: Wednesday, May 8th
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Where: CU Denver Student Commons Building 2600 (2nd floor)
1201 Larimer Street, Denver, CO 80204
Admission: Free but an RSVP would be appreciated.
Food will be served.
This event is open to the public. Please forward this invitation to anyone you feel might be interested.
– RTD light rail Auraria Campus Station
– RTD Bus routes 43, 6 and 15L
– You may park inside the Tivoli Parking Garage and 7th Street Garage or at the Spruce and Pepsi Center parking lot. Visit this link for more info about Auraria Campus parking.
ACCESS + BUILDING INFO
– The 2nd floor of the CU Denver Student Commons Building can be accessed with elevators or stairs.
– Wheelchair-accessible bathrooms on all floors
– A gender inclusive restroom is located on the 1st floor, NW corner of the building
– During the event, space in the front row will be available for wheelchairs and anyone with hearing impairments or other needs.
You’re invited to our end of the semester writing sprints! This is being sponsored by AECT (Association for Educational Communications and Technology) Graduate Student Assembly to encourage …writing, research and practice in educational technology and instructional design. Everyone working in education, ed tech, ID and online learning is invited.
This is being sponsored by AECT (Association for Educational Communications and Technology) Graduate Student Assembly to encourage ….writing, research and practice in educational technology and instructional design. Everyone working in ed tech, ID and online learning is invited.
We’ll be using the hashtag #aectgsa and also #shutupandwrite (yes it’s a thing) over twitter and we’ll also have Zoom Join at http://bit.ly/monwrite (https://ucdenver.zoom.us/j/994103086) open.
During the ninety minutes, we’ll have writing prompts for our sprints. Of course, if you are in the zone, you can just continue on.
The eLearning Consortium of Colorado Conference Committee is proud to announce that the conference keynote will be Dr. Michael Kevin Hernandez.
Dr. Michael K. Hernandez was born to Cuban-American parents. He received multiple degrees in meteorology, applied mathematics, business, and information systems. He earned his doctorate in computer science from Colorado Technical University. Michael specializes his work in analyzing large weather data sets, like hurricane forecasts. He has been working on teaching computers how to interpret millions of words to improve hurricane forecasts. He is innovating new solutions to store, transmit, and read data. In fact, he holds patents on these technologies. Michael is a also works to promote diversity and inclusion in STEM.
Biomimicry Day: Interdisciplinary Design
Come join educators on Friday April 12 from 10 am to 2:30 pm in L200 College Hill Library at the Westminster Campus on Front Range Community College (FRCC).
Biomimicry Day at FRCC is an event for curious educators to take an interdisciplinary approach to introducing our students to the emerging field of biomimicry and viewing biological phenomena from a new perspective. Biomimicry (from bios meaning life and mimesis meaning to imitate) is a new discipline that studies nature’s best ideas and then imitates these designs and processes to solve human problems ranging from medicines to traffic to economy to sustainable urban growth. (Sustainability Leaders Network, n.d.)
Eventbrite RSVP Link
On Wednesday, March 20 eLCC attended Regis University Learning Technology Fair and here’s the events we shared!
These are open to all eLCC member instituions, faculty, instructors, staff and students.
April 12, 2019
April 17 – 19, 2019
Algorithms of Oppression
May/June Book Club
Algorithms of Oppression Sign Up
Book Club along with AR/VR Interest Group
eLearning Consortium of Colorado #eLCC
Call for Proposals for eLCC deadline March 18, 2019
Hello, fellow eLCCers,
All eLCCers are invited to the 9th Annual Regis University Teaching and Learning with Technology Fair, being held March 13th from 10-2 in the Mountain View Room of Peter Claver Hall. For those having attended in past years, this is the same place as before.
The Fair highlights the variety of learning technologies being used to enhance teaching and learning in Regis campus-based and online classrooms. All Fair presenters are Regis University faculty and staff who freely share their classroom technology solutions. Many of those presenting are winners of Teaching and Learning with Technology Micro-grants.
The TLTF format is similar to a vendor fair, with display areas set up for each presenter. Presenters demonstrate their learning technology while answering questions on its use in the classroom. Last year’s event featured faculty and staff from all five colleges as well as the Library, ITS, and eLearning Consortium of Colorado!
Check out the archive of past fairs, including video interviews with several eLCC attendees, by heading over to the LT Fair website. Plenty of pizza for all and lots of vendor handouts and freebies.
Hope you can join us. –Jeff
Jeffrey Getchell, Ed.D.
Director, Instructional Design & Technology
3333 Regis Blvd., Denver, CO 80221
P 303.964.5429 | F 303.964.5436
We’d like to thank all the Regis University people for hosting us last Friday for our monthly eLCC meeting!
We started with a presentation from Bob Spagnola and Tom Yagos on how they are holding synchronous debates using Zoom with their business students in online classes. Which resulted us in discussing on having a Zoom online conference.
Here’s a little more on our visit from Kathy Keairns (University of Denver)’s blog.
We then went to the College of Business and Economics’ Innovation Center with Ken Sagendorf, Professor and Director of the Innovation Center.
We’re looking forward to returning to Regis University on Wednesday March 13th
for their 9th Annual Regis University Teaching and Learning Technology Fair.