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eLearning 2016
Scottsdale, Arizona
February 14-17, 2016
Doubletree Resort Paradise Valley

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

We want to learn about the new and innovative educational strategies and technologies you have implemented, and the tried-and-true techniques you or your staff use to teach at a distance. Have you experienced strategies that did not work out as well as you had hoped? We want to hear about the lessons you learned too! Rio Salado College is the host organization for eLearning 2016.

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Upcoming ITC Professional Development Webinars

It's Not Just Another Acronym: BYOD—Transforming the Campus
Oct. 13, 2015—2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. eastern time
Presenter: Steve diFilipo, Chief Information Officer, Milwaukee School of Engineering University

Capturing the Spirit: Virtual Writing Center with Reference Support
Oct. 20, 2015—2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. eastern time
Presenters: Janice Lathrop, Head of Reference, and Dr. Jessica Rabin, Professor of English and Director of Writing Tutoring, Anne Arundel Community College

Complying with Copyright and Ownership Issues in Distance Education
Oct. 27, 2015—2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. eastern time
Presenter: Dr. Fritz Dolak, Copyright and Intellectual Property Office Manager and U.S. Copyright Office's Copyright Agent, Ball State University


ITC Summer 2015 Quarterly Newsletter

ITC 2015-16 Election Results‒Welcome! by Loraine Schmitt, ITC ChairPhoto of Loraine Schmitt, ITC Chair

Implementing a Competency-Based Education Model by Nancy Thibeault, Christi Amato and Dave Siefert, Sinclair Community College

Latest Trends in Teaching with Technology: A MOSAIC of Opportunity by Ernesto Hernandez and Sarah Bryans-Bongey, Ed.D., College of Southern Nevada

Distance/Online Learning Organizational Structures in Higher Education by James "JJ" Johnson, Pierce College

Open Education Resources: Reducing Student Obstacles by Sara Gallagher, Ed.D., Triton College

Re-Envisioning Online Learning Support by Lisa Haas and Jenna Obee, Colorado Technical University

Reimagining Lessons from Drab to Fab by Kristi Baldwin, Great Falls College–Montana State University

Reducing Barriers to Student Success by Courtney Harrington, Ph.D. and James T. Cook, Forsyth Technical Community College

Quality Matters and Fudan University Create a New Collaboration in China by Ron Legon, Quality Matters

Screen Capture Software Increases Success Rates in Mathematics Courses by Michael Johnston, Pensacola State College

Partnership Provides Retention Boost for Mississippi Community College’s Online Courses by Krista LeBrun, Ph.D., East Central Community College

Engaging Students: Technology Does Not Have to be Boring by Kelly Richter, Pensacola State College

Welcome to ITC's Newest Members—Summer 2015

Submit an article for the Fall 2015 issue of the ITC Newsletter. The deadline is Sept. 4, 2015.  Please include photos or graphics with your article.

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.

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