eLCC Learning Technologies Team Award

The two finalists for the 3rd annual eLCC Learning Technologies Team Awards for 2019 were …

Ancient Egypt Microbiology Murder Mystery Team http://bit.ly/ancientegyptmm

Ready Player One Team http://bit.ly/readyplayeroneelcc

Our winner for 2019 is …
Ancient Egypt Microbiology Murder Mystery Team

Team Members:
Anjali Vaidya
Marcus Fowler
Kae Novak
Pam Fischer
Jeff Wahl
Helga Hizer

2018 Finalists

The eLearning Consortium of Colorado Awards committee is pleased to announce that  the second annual eLCC Learning Technologies Team Award or eLCCellence
runner-up is Rapid Response to Turbulent Times and Social Issues, Metagame Book Club and the winner is ECE Z courses: Phase 1, CCCOnline.

We would like to announce that nominations for 2019 Learning Technologies Teams are now open!

Also take a look at all the 2018 Learning Technologies Teams!

The 2018 Nominations in alphabetical order are:

D3U (D2L December Daylight Upgrade)
Instructional Design & Technology
Regis University

ECE Z courses: Phase 1
Early Childhood Education OER redevelopment

Rapid Response to Turbulent Times and Social Issues
Rapid Response Team
Metagame Book & ISTE Games and Simulations Network

Subject Matter Expert Orientation
Colorado Community Colleges Online Instructional Design Team

This is a team focused award for the eLearning Consortium of Colorado. The purpose of this award it to recognize the many initiatives, projects, and programs that support best practices, creative solutions, innovation and transformational change in eLearning and the groups that make them possible. The award reflects the complex environment of eLearning and the collaborative nature of our member organizations.

The eLearning Technologies Award recognizes staff, faculty and administrator teams engaged in communicating and sharing out exceptional experiences or projects. The team project may consist of a single instance or a broader implementation of learning technologies.

The term ‘learning technologies’ can also be interpreted widely to include all forms of online content, and may incorporate such things as synchronous learning, use of social media, or mobile technologies. The project may identify with teaching, professional development, academic technology or some combination thereof.

Possible projects include (but are in no way limited to):

  • Team that worked on a new online student orientation
  • Team that developed an online faculty on-boarding program
  • Team that put on a technology conference
  • Team that did a JIT professional development series
  • Team that created a hub in LMS for student access to counseling and wellness resources
  • Team of instructional designers, SMEs and faculty that worked on an exemplary course that they would to highlight
  • Teams working on technology related grant

A team must be comprised of at least three eLCC members  and no more than fifteen total members engaged in a project that furthers the mission of eLCC. Self-nominations and cross-institution teams are welcome.

After the form is completed the eLCC Awards and Recognition Committee will contact nominators for the following:

  • Photograph of team
  • One minute video describing your project
  • Link to team and project artifact (website, pdf or other digital media).

The eLCC Learning Technologies Team Award is a people’s choice award. All information for each nomination will be placed on the website by March 15, 2018. Voting will open on  the Friday before the conference, which is Friday March 30, 2018.

The 2017 Nominations are listed below, click on the link to see their submission material.

University of Northern Colorado

Embedded Office Hours
Regis University ID & T

Cleaning Up the Front Door for FRCC Online Students
Front Range Community College Online Student Success Team

Honorable Mention (in alphabetical order)
Blockchain and the Future of Higher Education
Members from CCD, CCCOnline and Front Range Community College collaborating
with educators from Minnesota, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida and Oregon.

Project Outbreak
CCCOnline and Front Range Community College

Solve the Puzzle of Open Assessment: Escape (the Room) with Information and Technology Literacy (ITL) and Quantitative Reasoning (QR)
Front Range Community College SLO Outcome Mentors