Each year at its annual conference, eLCC recognizes exceptional effort by faculty and staff in the field of eLearning.
The 2017 eLCC Awards Committee is pleased to announce the nominees for the individual awards. All nominees will be recognized during the afternoon luncheon on Thursday, April 12, 2017.
The eLCC Educator of the Year award recognizes exceptional efforts by faculty and instructors in the field of learning with technology and eLearning. It honors individuals who have provided outstanding teaching to include online, hybrid, blended learning, web supplement, mobile and ubiquitous learning with technology. The winner of this award has demonstrated innovation and leadership at their institution and beyond in using technology to teach and in eLearning.
The nominations for 2017 eLCC Educator of the Year are
Melissa Brydon, Regis University
Anjali Vaidya, CCCOnline and Front Range Community College
Marge Vorndam, Colorado Mountain College
The eLCC eLearning Advocate of the Year award recognizes exceptional efforts by technologists, trainers, instructional designers, instructional coaches, online student services, administrators and academic technology staff in the field of eLearning and learning with technology. The recipient of this award have demonstrated leadership and innovation in online, hybrid, blended learning, web supplement, mobile and ubiquitous learning with technology at their institution and beyond.
The nominations for 2017 eLCC eLearning Advocate of the Year in alphabetical order are:
Amy Arnold, University of Colorado – Denver
Farah Bennani, CCCOnline
Jon Johnson, Red Rocks Community College
Kae Novak, Front Range Community College
Eric Salahub, Front Range Community College
Ling Thompson, Regis University
Daryl Yarrow, Colorado Mountain College
Last years’ winners and nominees are below:
2016 eLCC Educator Award Winners
David Kendrick, University of Northern Colorado
2016 eLCC Conference Technologist Award
Alex Benedict, Regis University