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Upcoming ITC Professional Development Webinars

Using Course Analytics to Inform Teaching, Learning and Assessment
May 26, 2015 - 2:00pm-3:00pm Eastern Time [Reschedueld on July 22]
Presenters: Janet Latricia King, eLearning Senior Analyst, College of Southern Nevada, and Kendall Hartley, Associate Professor, Educational Technology and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Graduate College, University of Nevada Las Vegas

They're Dropping like Flies—Retention Strategies and Best Practices for Online Courses
June 9, 2015 - 2:00pm-3:00pm Eastern Time
Presenter: Karen Hyman, Professor, College of Southern Nevada

Student Voices: Online Student Success
June 2, 2015 - 2:00pm-3:00pm Eastern Time

Presenter: Bill Knapp, Chief Academic Technology Officer, Lakeland Community College

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


Online Partner Projects: ITC, the National Park Service, and US UCAN

Photo of Grand Canyon by Moyan Brenn

Call for Proposals—Application Deadline: June 15, 2015

The U.S. National Park Service (NPS) has abundant resources and materials that could be of education value to students across the country. ITC hopes that, through this project, participants will think of creative and replicable ways to incorporate these myriad resources into your eLearning activities.

The New Initiatives Group of the Instructional Technology Council (ITC), an affiliated council of the American Association of Community Colleges, in partnership with the U.S. National Park Service and Internet2’s U.S. Unified Community Anchors Network (US UCAN) program, is seeking proposals from community college faculty to pilot the integration and implementation of new learning activities from the National Park Service into online activities or courses. See Application Form.


ITC 2014 Distance Education Survey Results

Trends in eLearning: Tracking the Impact of eLearning at Community Colleges 10th Anniversary Edition April 2015, Instructional Technology Council

2014 Distance Education Survey Results Cover, Published April 2015

In Focus: What Have Distance Educators Accomplished in the Past Ten Years?

Since the fall of 2004, ITC has invited its member institutions to provide valuable information about their programs to distance education practitioners. Online education represents a significant paradigm shift in the history of higher education. In just ten years, distance education has:

  • Greatly improved student access to higher education opportunities.
  • Provided a transformational link between learning and technology.
  • Opened unprecedented avenues of competition to, and “rethinking” of, the traditional “ivory tower” higher education model.
  • Offered students online courses that are equal in quality to face-to-face courses.

Trends in Distance Education: What College Leaders Should Consider

by Mickey Slimp, Ed.D., Cover Photo: Trends in Distance EducationA White Paper Delivered to the American Association of Community Colleges Commission on Academic, Student, and Community Development, November 2014

For a decade, growth at America’s colleges has predominately been the result of an expanding enrollment in distance education. Starting from the perspective of institutional purpose and mission, how can college presidents and the executive or academic leadership master the concepts involved and determine the role and nature of their students’ distance learning?


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