When is Open Education Week and what is its purpose?

An interview with Una Daly of the Open Education Consortium

The Open Education Consortium proudly to be sponsored the 5th annual Open Education Week (OEW) March 27-31. A celebration of the global open education movement, its purpose is to raise awareness about open education and its impact on teaching and learning worldwide. Participation in all events and use of all resources is free and open to everyone. The OEW calendar will feature free webinars during the week featuring Open Education thought leaders and practitioners. The site also contains open education showcases from colleges and universities around the globe which will remain available for the entire year.

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Selected Trends In Open Educational Resources

As members of the Instructional Technology Council, you will be receiving the official results and report of the 2016 Edition of the ITC Annual National eLearning Survey in the next few weeks. Many of you have participated in the survey for the past several years – some of you since the launch of the ITC National Survey in 2004. The survey, designed for eLearning practitioners, has asked a standard set of questions, but as eLearning has evolved so too have the ITC National Survey questions.

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2017 Award for Excellence in eLearning – Outstanding Student Services

ITC awarded the 2017 Award for Excellence in eLearning – Outstanding Student Services to an exceptional group of faculty, staff and specialists from Pasco-Hernando State College in New Port Richey, Florida.

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2017 ITC Award for Excellence: Outstanding eLearning Faculty

The Instructional Technology Council would like to congratulate Victoria Hutson, Lake Superior College, the recipient of the 2017 ITC Award for Excellence: Outstanding eLearni2017 Award Winnerng Faculty

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2017 eLearning - Photo Review

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The ITC Leadership Academy Experience – Is it for you?

In 2008, ITC surveyed our membership regarding a new initiative – one they had been focused on for a while. The premise was that many of us who work in distance education at the community college level had to learn by doing and didn’t have a lot of choices for leadership professional development. The Board wanted to provide that opportunity to grow the profession as well as recruit new leaders for the organization. The membership survey confirmed the Board’s thinking and a team was put together to develop the experience.

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