Thank you to Regis University!!!!!

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.

February 22 Meeting at Regis University

Regis University looks forward to hosting the next eLCC monthly meeting on February 22nd. The long range forecast indicates warm, sunny weather so we hope you can attend.

Stuff to know

When: Friday, February 22nd, 10-2 pm

Where: Regis University, Mod 185 (also known as Classroom A-185 and Annex A2), located on the northwest end of Lot 5.

Downloadable map available at:

Interactive map available at:

Parking (All parking lots are fee-based. Kiosks take credit cards and cash):

  • Best bet: Park in Lot 6 (always available parking) and take the free campus shuttle to Mod 185.
  • For walkers: Park in Lot 6 (always available parking), walk to the athletic field chain link fence and head northwest through Lot 7 to Lot 5. Mod 185 is on the north side of Lot 5.
  • For gamblers: Take your chances parking in Lot 7 (Lot 5 is for residential students only). Mod 185 is a short walk up the hill on the northwest side of Lot 5.

Lunch: Box lunches provided if you RSVP to by February 19th. We’ll do our best to accommodate special dietary requests, if specified.

Professional development: Two activities are planned. First, a presentation on the use of Zoom for debates. We’ll then take a short walk to Clarke Hall for a tour of the Anderson College of Business Innovation Center.

Regis University


General questions: Jeff Getchell,, 303-964-5429

Jeffrey Getchell, Ed.D.

Director, Instructional Design & Technology

303•964•5429 (x5429)

Virtual Writing Sprint for CFPs and More

Hello Everyone,

You are invited to virtual writing sprints Monday February 11 and February 18, 2019 from 6 pm to 730 pm MT.

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 open.

During the ninety minutes, we’ll have 4 writing prompts for our 15 – 20 sprints. Of course, if get in the zone for writing, you can just continue on.

Proposals for the April eLCC conference are due on Feb 18th. You could get started on Mon Feb 11 and finish up on Feb 18.

Here’s other conferences/journals that have similar deadlines.

Feb 11th Due Date

Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education #vwbpe
Exhibit submissions due 11 Feb 2019

Immersive Experiences due 11 Feb 2019

Feb 18th Due Dates

AECT #aect19

Association for Educational Communications and Technology
Academic Research for Instructional Design and Educational Technology

eLearning Consortium of Colorado #eLCC
Call for Proposals for eLCC deadline February 18, 2019

The Liminal Journal: Interdisciplinary Journal of Technology and Education
Call for Research Papers, Graduate Papers and Book Reviews



All the links you need for the eLCC Conference

The eLCC Conference will take place Wednesday April 17 – 19, 2019.

Call for Proposals for eLCC extended to March 18, 2019

eLCC  Conference Registration

eLCC Annual Awards – extended until March 8, 2019

eLCC eLearning Educator of the Year

eLCC Advocate of the Year

eLCC Learning Technologies Team Award

Hotel Registration rates valid until March 18, 2019

We are looking for papers and book reviews for the first edition of The Liminal Call: Interdisciplinary Journal of Technology In Education – deadline February 18, 2019

We are also looking for reviewers for The Liminal Call: Interdisciplinary Journal of Technology In Education here’s the Reviewer Sign-up.

How Higher Education Should Respond to Fake News and the Post-Truth World

The Liminal: Interdisciplinary Journal of Technology in Education

We are pleased to announce The Liminal journal’s inaugural call for papers! The journal’s first issue is on “How Higher Education Should Respond to Fake News and the Post-Truth World.” All accepted papers will be published as open access on DU’s Digital Commons. For more details, please see our:


Deadline for Submissions

Final Call for Submission: February 18, 2019

Revisions Due: March 15, 2019

We publish peer-reviewed papers, case studies, reflections on current issues, reviews of books, reviews of games, comments on articles and discussions related to the mission of the journal. We expect this online open access journal to be in a state of perpetual beta just like technology and education are.

The publication language of the journal is English with selected pieces translated into French. We encourage inclusion of bilingual terms, quotes and references.

**The Liminal journal is officially indexed on UPenn.eduCFPListPaperleapH-NetBrownWalkerWikiCFP, and other calls for papers academic databases.

For More Info go the The Liminal Journal site.


November Meeting at Aims

Hello Everyone,

Aims Community College is happy to announce we will be hosting the upcoming Friday, November 30th eLCC monthly meeting.

We will be meeting on the Greeley Campus , starting out in the new Facilities and Operations building on the NW side of the campus. We will host a presentation there and then move on to two different Maker-Spaces we have here at Aims CC.

(This pictures if from flickr….and too good not to post.)

Our campus map for the Greeley campus is located at, select the “Greeley Campus” directions and map from the webpage. Park in Lot P, Q or N and come to building H, or #13 on the map. I highly suggest coming in off the 34 bypass to Greeley Business district (10th Street) to 47th head South to 16th and come in on the east side of the campus.  There has been a change to the 20th Street access and you can no longer take a left by the Cornerstone building. You will get a ticket if you try to turn left off 20th street onto the campus. You don’t need to have a parking pass. I will make our Security and the Weld County Sheriff department aware of our visitors.

Dress for the weather! During your visit you will be walking a short distance between buildings. Greeley weather can be much different from Denver and even Ft. Collins! 🙂

Please RSVP by Tuesday, November 27th 12:00m pm, so that I can plan for enough lunches. If you have any special food requirements or allergies, identifying this in your RSVP will allow me know/what how to order food for you.

Our Agenda is tentatively set as:

10 – 1015: Welcome/Opening

1015-1115/1130: Professional Development 

1115/1130-12:00pm Lunch

12-2:00 pm Institutional Updates

My contact information is listed below, contact me if you have other questions.

Until then, Happy Thanksgiving and we look forward to hosting you on Friday, November 30th!

Thank you!

Cheryl Comstock, MS Ed.
Program Coordinator | Office of Learning Environments
Aims Community College
(970) 339-6476 <>

Photoquest with EDUCAUSE

Photoquest with eLearning Consortium of Colorado and EDUCAUSE

On Friday morning at the 2018 EDUCAUSE conference, we participated in the Photoquest with the EDUCAUSE Games and Learning Constituency Group. eLCC’s awards committee chose the top three for each category which you can see on these Google Slides! This was a fun mobile learning activity, but keep thinking how could you add this to a course development?

You can see all of the slides on this deck.

Reality is Broken Book Club

All eLCCers have been invited to join Educause’s Game & Learning Community’s November Book Club.

Read or re-read Reality is Broken and discuss during three Wednesday in November.
November 7, 4 and 21, we’ll be discussing it over twitter using the hashtag.
Tweetchats will take place from 430 pm – 530 pm MT.

Discussions are moderated by @GamerrLinguist and will use the hashtag #Read4Games.

Get the discussion questions and more info on how to participate in the Tweetchat at the book club site: