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Las Vegas, Nevada
February 18-21, 2015
Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino

THE Annual Conference for:  eLearning Administrators • eLearning Faculty • Instructional Designers • Online Media Specialists • Web course Developers

eLearning 2015 will offer pre-conference workshops, keynote speakers, vendors exhibiting the latest eLearning technologies and services, and 52 one-hour concurrent sessions. The College of Southern Nevada is the host organization for eLearning 2015. We can’t wait to see you on the Las Vegas Strip!

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Pre-Conference Workshops

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Schedule at a Glance

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Upcoming ITC Professional Development Webinars

Universal Design for Learning: Jumping in and Going Deep
Jan. 27, 2015 - 2:00pm-3:00pm Eastern Time
Presenter: Christopher Shamburg, Ed.D., Professor and Coordinator, Educational Technology Leadership Doctoral Program, Graduate Program in Educational Technology, New Jersey City University

Universal Design Down and Dirty
Feb. 3, 2015 - 2:00pm-3:00pm Eastern Time
Presenter: Alana McFall, Department of Special Education, Towson University

Flipped Advising with ePortfolios to Impact First Generation Student Engagement
Feb. 10, 2015 - 2:00pm-3:00pm Eastern Time
Presenter: G. Alex Ambrose, Ph.D., Professor of Practice & Associate Program Director, Notre Dame ePortfolio Engagement Program, Concurrent Associate Special Professional Faculty, University of Notre Dame

See descriptions for these presentations and the schedule for ITC's Professional Development Webinar series through July 2015.


ITC Announces the Recipients of the ITC 2015 Awards for Excellence in eLearning

Congratulations to these outstanding award recipients!  ITC recognizes the following exemplary members of our community for their innovation, diligence and excellent service to students. The judges (ITC board members, past award winners, and ITC Leadership Academy participants) carefully reviewed each nomination, the online course materials, and held each to the high standards exemplified by previous ITC award winners. This recognition is extremely well-deserved.

2015 Outstanding eLearning Program
Colorado Technical University, Colorado Springs, Colorado

2015 Outstanding Blended Course
Essentials of Marketing
College of Southern Nevada

2015 Outstanding eLearning Faculty
Kari Frisch, Speech Instructor, Central Lakes College

Sarah Garman, Professor, Miami Dade College

2015 Outstanding New Technology and/or Delivery System
Online Writing Lab, Excelsior College

2015 Outstanding Student Services
Ozarks Technical Community College

2015 Outstanding eLearning Student
Rikki Boschetti, College of Southern Nevada

2015 Distinguished Educators
In addition, ITC recognizes every faculty member nominated to receive the Outstanding eLearning Faculty Award as a distinguished educator, chosen by his or her institution as an exemplary member of the community.

Karen Foresee, Lead Online English Instructor, Ozarks Technical Community College
Kari Frisch, Speech Instructor, Central Lakes College
Sarah Garman, Professor, Miami Dade College
Mark Kassop, Professor of Sociology, Bergen Community College
Mark Thorsby, Full time Faculty, Philosophy, Lone Star College
Terry Wiens, Faculty, Lake Superior College

ITC will present each distinguished educator with a framed certificate at the Recognition Luncheon at eLearning 2015 on Feb. 20, 2015, and list him or her in the eLearning 2015 conference Mobile App and on the ITC Web site.  This is a small thank you for the incredible work they do for the distance learning students at their institutions.

Congratulations to all of the winners, and thank you to all of the excellent nominations we received.  We encourage you to submit a nomination for ITC's 2016 Award for Excellence in eLearning—the 2016 nomination forms will be posted in Summer 2015.

ITC Newsletter - Fall 2014

Thank you to all of the ITC members who submitted an article for ITC's Fall 2014 Newsletter!

Welcome from the ITC Chair by Loraine Schmitt, Chair, Instructional Technology Council, 2014-16ITC 2014 Distance Education Leadership Academy Participants

Reimagining Developmental MOOCs for Placement Prep and Flipped Classroom Models by Allison Martin, Bossier Parish Community College

A Tale of Two Tracks—Applied Lessons from a MOOC Dropout by Rebecca Yost, Florida Southwestern State College

GoogleDocs—Learning to Love Again by Kristen Salathiel, Northwestern Michigan College

Creating Online Learning Communities by Harold Torrence Ed.D., Dakota County Technical College

UW-Parkside’s Learning Technology Center: Play, Engage, Innovate by Justin Davis, University of Wisconsin-Parkside

Quality Matters Releases Higher Education Rubric, Fifth Edition, 2014 by Brenda Boyd, Quality Matters

eLearning at Ocean County College: A Statistical Study by Cristo Leon, Ocean County College

Augmenting Reality: Scavenger Hunts in the Digital Age by Beth Ritter-Guth, Union County College

Welcome to ITC's Newest Members—Fall 2014

Welcome to Jiachen Wang, ITC's New Executive Assistant

Follow ITC on Facebook and Twitter!

Submit an article for the Spring 2015 issue of the ITC Newsletter. The deadline is Feb. 7, 2015.  Please include photos or graphics with your article.

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