Welcome to May! eLCC 2017 was fantastic! First of all, we have to thank the eLCC Conference committee and all the conference volunteers for their hard work and dedication.
Our next eLCC Monthly Meeting May 19th is at Colorado State University
It’s almost the end of the academic year. Hopefully, everyone will be finished up and be able to take up Colorado State University (Greg, Marianne, Al, Katy and Karen)’s invitation to come up to Fort Collins. RSVP to Marianne.Bauer@colostate.edu by May 15. For full details, please go to the post on the eLCC website.
Here’s what else is happening in May
Pedago.me: Instructional Design Thinking about Learning Experience Design
Twitter Chat on May 11, 2017
Topic: Dealing with Institutional Fires
We host #pedagome Twitter chats every 2nd Thursday of the month at 7pm MST. Mark you calendars, share your point of view, and learn something new.
Chat questions will be posted a few days in advance on http://pedago.me/.
ISTE Games & Sims Network is also inviting you to their May Book Club on Ender’s Game.
Want to get involved in some eLCC activities this summer?
The Awards and Recognition Committee will soon be working on their next recognition survey on learning environments for eLCC this summer. If you want to help contact Chris Luchs Christopher.firstname.lastname@example.org
Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR)
Robin Weber (UNC) is heading up this group with a little help from her friends and colleagues. This group even has started its own Flickr group https://www.flickr.com/groups/arvr/ and blog https://elccarvr.wordpress.com/.
The Technology Literacy is planning on observing (lurking) in the Ender’s Game Book Club’s reddit this month. For more info, go to http://bit.ly/redditinfo4ender. If you would like to be involved contact Chris Luchs at email@example.com
Quality in Online Learning
The subject area of this group includes but is not limited to Quality Matters. It is looking at all indicators of quality online learning especially from organizations that have created their own. Sherri Lancton (UNC) has sent out a survey to ask each institution how is looking at quality in online learning. If your institution hasn’t taken it yet, contact her at Sherri.Lancton@unco.edu If you’d like to be involved contact Sherri.
Here’s our current communication channels:
Twitter @eLCColorado https://twitter.com/elccolorado – please follow us!
We are using the hashtag #elcc for year round.
eLCC has its own flickr group https://www.flickr.com/groups/elcccolorado/
Please join and also add pictures you have, we could especially use any technology related pictures and any pictures of your campus!
While you are joining the eLCC flickr, please also join the AR/VR flickr too. Pics of people in VR gear and any screenshots from your mobile AR apps would be most appreciated. https://www.flickr.com/groups/arvr/