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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


Growing Online Peer Led Study Groups in Virtual Supplemental Instruction (VSI)
Nov. 17, 2015—2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. eastern time
Presenter: Jacqueline S. Tyler, Director, Supplemental Instruction (SI), and Lynette Delprete, Faculty Mentor for SI, Anne Arundel Community College

Changing Attitudes to Online Learning and Faculty Training
Dec. 1, 2015—2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. eastern time
Presenter: Liz Watkin, Instructional Designer, Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College

How You, Too, Can Observe and Evaluate Online Teaching
Dec. 8, 2015—2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. eastern time
Presenter: Thomas J. Tobin, Ph.D., MSLS, PMP, Coordinator of Learning Technologies, Center for Teaching and Learning, Northeastern Illinois University

Funky and Free
Dec. 15, 2015—2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. eastern time
Presenters: Milissa Copeland, Instructional Designer III, University of Central Oklahoma

We welcome your ideas and recommendations for Webinar topics and presenters as we complete our schedule through July 2016! Please contact ITC at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or 202-293-3110.

ITC Fall 2015 Quarterly Newsletter

ITC 2015 Distance Education Leadership Academy Participants

Welcome to the 2015-16 Academic Year by Loraine Schmitt, Chair, ITC Board of Directors; Dean of Distance Education, Portland Community College

Developments and Trends in Distance Education by Fred Lokken, Professor of Political Science, Truckee Meadows Community College

Streamlined Online Course Development Process by Jennifer Veloff, Associate Dean of Academic Technology, and Nikisha Watson, Instructional Designer, Pasco-Hernando State College

Managing Data and Keeping it Safe by Paula Bing, an IT Specialist based in New York City

Small Grants Save Oregon Community College Students Big Bucks by Steve Smith, Director eLearning and Media, Linn-Benton Community College, and Amy Hofer, Statewide Coordinator of OERs, Oregon Community Colleges

Collaborative Learning by Lucy Kefauver, Instructional Designer, West Virginia Northern Community College

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

Outstanding Reviews for ITC’s 2015 Distance Education Leadership Academy

Welcome to Ashley Jackson, ITC's New Executive Assistant

Welcome to ITC's Newest Members - Fall 2015

Deadline for Winter 2015 Newsletter Articles—December 4, 2015

Follow ITC on Facebook and Twitter!

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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