eLCC annually holds a three day conference at rotating locations in Colorado for members of the consortium and those who are in the field of teaching with technology to share best practices, hands on experiences with cutting-edge technology, and online education research. This event draws people from across the nation and is a wonderful opportunity to connect with peers in higher ed who are using technology and online learning to provide opportunities for students.
For 2018, the eLCC Conference will be held one week earlier.
April 4 – 6, 2018
eLCC presentation proposal form – deadline February 5, 2018
This was last year’s 2017 Conference Program eLCC2017_program
April 12 – 14, 2017
Location Beaver Run Resort Breckenridge, Colorado. Click here to register for the conference.
At the conference, eLCC also presents its awards for exceptional efforts in the field of elearning.
Dr. Barbara Truman
Barbara Truman is a Strategic Advisor for Immersive Learning & Collaboration in the University of Central Florida’s Institute for Simulation & Training in Orlando, Florida. Barbara serves as a researcher, educator, social activist, and community builder whose background is in Instructional Systems Design, Human Performance Technology, and Computer Science-Emerging Media. At UCF, Barbara was a faculty administrator who founded an award-winning department responsible for creating UCF’s online programs involving faculty development, multimedia production, and web services.
Barbara currently serves as the Community Manager for the Army’s Military Open Simulation Enterprise Strategy (MOSES), a program researching means to incorporate open source, immersive learning and training into mainstream enterprises including education. Barbara also serves as an advisor to The Air University’s Integrated Learning Environment and has co-authored the book, Integrating an Awareness of Selfhood and Society into Virtual Learning. Barbara’s primary research focuses on identity development and collaboration using immersive environments and avatars across academic disciplines and domains of education, government, military, and industry to increase accessibility and inclusiveness.