TCC 2022 Pre-conference Session & Speaker Orientation

Educational Technologies for Learning
  ~ Hear What Works from University of Hawaiʻi Graduate Students ~

16 March 2022, Wednesday HST
1400-1530 (2:00 pm-3:30 pm) HST. Other timezones.

ONLINE in ZOOM, RSVP for session link
FREE ($0 USD)

Full Detail: https://bit.ly/tcc2022precon
RSVP by March 10. 

Educational technologies for learning continued to evolve, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Graduate students and alumni describe educational technology tools and tips that will assist online instructors when selecting educational technologies for teaching and learning. Email your questions in advance to dso@hawaii.edu.

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A ZOOM orientation for TCC 2022 conference speakers by Rebecca Israel of LearningTimes will immediately follow at 3:00 p.m. HST. Anyone interested is encouraged to attend.

The main TCC 2022 Conference is scheduled for April 12-14, 2022. For early-bird registration, see the main conference website: https://2022.tcconlineconference.org/

For more information, contact Bert Kimura <bert@hawaii.edu> or join our mailing list

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Final Call for Proposals Extended for TCC 2022

Aloha & Happy New Year! 🐯

We hope to receive another 25 proposals for TCC 2022 (April 12-14). The submission deadline is extended to January 18, 2022.

Extended submission deadline: Tuesday, January 18, 11:59 PM HST

To submit your proposal – http://bit.ly/tcchawaii22

TCC 2022 will highlight the ongoing changes and innovations in online learning, including responses to the pandemic, what we have learned, and how we may reshape learning in the future.

For a full description – https://tcchawaii.org/call-for-proposals-2022/

Please share this information with colleagues, students, and interested friends. #tcchawaii22

For inquiries about group participation rates, send email to Kitty Hino hinok@hawaii.edu.

Interested in sponsoring a plenary session? See our sponsorship guidelines.

We look forward to seeing you online in April 2022.

Best wishes for a productive 2022!
— The TCC 2022 Conference Team

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Final Call • TCC 2022 Proposal Submission Extension

Seasons Greetings 🧑🏼‍🎄
TCC 2022 ☀︎ April 12-14

The deadline for TCC 2022 (April 12-14) proposal submissions is extended to December 29, 2021, 11:59 PM HST.

The acceptance date for full papers is January 3, 2022.

Registration details will be announced in February. Stay tuned!

Full details available at:
https://tcchawaii.org/tcc-2022-call-for-proposals/

For updates about TCC 2022:
https://tcchawaii.org/

Please share with interested colleagues and friends. #tcchawaii22

Best wishes for the New Year from the TCC Conference Team!

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See: https://tcchawaii.org/tccohana-l/

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TCC 2022 : Call For Proposals Continues

The Conference Team reminds interested parties that our TCC 2022 (April 12-14) Call for Proposals continues.

We anticipate a global audience featuring plenary session speakers from Asia, the Americas, and Europe and invite you to submit a proposal for presentations and papers relevant to online teaching and learning with emerging technologies and transforming learning in innovative environments.

We are interested in the ongoing transformation of online instruction in response to the pandemic, what we have learned, and what innovations will transform learning in the future.

Submission deadline: Wednesday, December 22, 11:59 PM HST

Full description online: https://tcchawaii.org/call-for-proposals-2022/

To submit a proposal: http://bit.ly/tcchawaii22

Please share this information with colleagues, students, and interested friends.

We look forward to your participation in April 2022.

For inquiries about group participation rates, send an email to Kitty Hino <hinok@hawaii.edu>.

Interested in sponsoring a plenary session? See our sponsorship guidelines.

Warmest regards,
— The TCC 2022 Conference Team

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TCC 2022 • Announcement & Call for Proposals

27th Annual
TCC Worldwide Online Conference

April 12-14, 2022

Making Waves
~ Innovations in Learning ~

Submission deadline:
Wednesday, December 22, 2021

Homepage: tcchawaii.org
#tcchawaii22

CALL FOR PROPOSALS

How have we, as educators and support staff, responded to the continuing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic? What have we learned? What trends and issues have emerged, especially for online and blended learning? What will change going forward?

TCC Hawaii invites faculty, support professionals, librarians, counselors, student affairs professionals, graduate students, administrators, and consultants interested in emerging learning technologies and practices to submit proposals for online presentations.

CONFERENCE THEME

The TCC 2022 Online Conference invites proposals for presentations and papers relevant to online teaching and learning with emerging technologies and transforming learning in innovative environments.

Conference coordinators are interested in the ongoing transformation of online instruction in response to the pandemic, what we have learned, and what innovations will transform learning in the future.

The coordinators are also interested in continuing to build our community of colleagues. We encourage other engaging formats such as panel presentations, interactive workshops, edtech tool demos, and convening special interest groups or facilitating in-depth discussions about current topics.

FULL DETAILS & SUGGESTED TOPICS

https://tcchawaii.org/call-for-proposals-2022/

SUBMISSIONS

http://bit.ly/tcchawaii22

VENUE

Participation in this event is entirely online. All sessions are streamed in real-time. Sessions recorded for later viewing. For your info, recordings from TCC 2021 are viewable (without signing in):

https://2021.tcconlineconference.org/program/

MORE INFO

Contact Bert Kimura <bert@hawaii.edu> or Curtis Ho <curtis@hawaii.edu>.

TCC Hawaii, LearningTimes, & the Learning Design and Technology Department, College of Education, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa collaborate to produce this event. Numerous volunteer faculty and staff worldwide provide additional support.

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9,000 Miles Apart, 12 Hours Ahead … or Behind?

Creating Global Learning Experiences
Through Collaboration and Technology

By Helen Torigoe

If you’ve ever tried to facilitate and guide your learners through team projects, you know all about common challenges such as balancing the wide range of skills, varying experience levels, student availability, tools, and resources.

What would happen if you added 9,000 miles in distance, a 12-hour time difference, slow Internet access, two very different academic calendars, two cultures, AND a pandemic, to the mix?

Presentation slide showing Zoom session of collabortive project participants.

Professor Danilo Baylen facilitated  collaborative projects between his students in Georgia, USA and students in Iloilo, Philippines. Dr. Baylen’s graduate students in the US assumed the role of instructional designers while doctoral students in the Philippines engaged as clients/K-12 teachers, giving all students a valuable real-world, cross-cultural collaboration experience.

Their successful collaboration was truly amazing as they had to overcome hurdles such as the 12-hour time difference that made real-time meetings difficult, mismatched academic calendars, slow or no Internet access for some Filipino students who were under a coronavirus lock down, and varying levels of experiences and capabilities with instructional design.

The valuable takeaways for the US students were learning to practice cultural empathy, patience and flexibility, while the Filipino students were awakened to new ideas and technology tools to deliver online learning.

Establishing a global learning community is a fascinating concept and is especially fitting now as much of the world works and learns online due to the pandemic. I’m thankful that we can learn from Dr. Baylen who put global learning into practice and shared the valuable lessons that he and his students learned.

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Dr. Danilo Baylen is a full professor of Instructional Technology, Media and Design in the College of Education at the University of West Georgia (USA). He teaches, conducts research, and publishes on effective technology integration practices, visual and media literacy education, creative thinking, and collaborative learning.

Listen to Dr. Baylen’s TCC 2021 plenary session recording from April 13, 2021.

Helen Torigoe
is instructional designer at Kapi‘olani Community College, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

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TCC 2022

SAVE THIS DATE!

27th Annual
TCC Worldwide Online Conference

April 12-14, 2022
Tuesday – Thursday, HST

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Theme & Call for Proposals
TBA OCTOBER, 2021

Homepage: tcchawaii.org
Hashtag: #tcchawaii22

Presentation info – https://tcchawaii.org/presentations/
General queries -bert@hawaii.edu
Group registration queries – hinok@hawaii.edu

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TCC 2021 (April 13-15) • Call for Participation

Join us!

TCC 2021 Worldwide Online Conference
Building our Future – Movin’ On!
April 13-15, 2021

http://2021.tcconlineconference.org/

TCC is a three-day, entirely online conference for post-secondary faculty and staff worldwide. This event features presentations covering a wide range of topics related to educational technology and emerging technologies for teaching and learning.

Register for early bird rates

Individuals participate in real-time sessions from the comfort of their workplace or home using a web browser to connect to individual sessions. Sessions are held in Zoom and recorded for on-demand viewing.

Group registrations. Available for all faculty, staff, and students from a single campus, department or organization.

University of Hawaii faculty and staff. Special reduced rates available.

Interested in volunteering as a facilitator for online Zoom sessions in exchange for complimentary access to this event? Contact Rachael Inake <rinake@hawaii.edu> for more information.

We look forward to seeing you at TCC 2021.

PS. TCC is an organizing member of ICoME 2021, to be held online from August 18-20. Organized by educational technology associations in Japan, Korea and China, this international event is designed to encourage faculty and graduate students to share research projects and ideas. For details, please see the Call for Proposals. Proposals are due on May 31.

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TCC 2021 Preconference Webinar and Speaker Orientation

Aloha,

The TCC 2021 conference team cordially invites you to join us at the free TCC 2021 Preconference Featured Webinar and Speaker Orientation session:

Date: 17 March 2021, Wednesday HST

Time: 1400-1530 (2:00 pm-3:30 pm) HST. Other timezones.

Where: ONLINE in ZOOM, RSVP for session link

Fee: $0 (FREE)

Join us: RSVP by March 8. http://bit.ly/tcc2021precon-rsvp

Presenter:

Mary Therese Perez Hattori, Ed.D.
Acting Director, Pacific Islands Development Program
East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

Dr. Mary Therese Perez Hattori is native Chamoru of the island of Guåhan (Guam). She is one of nine children born to Fermina Leon Guerrero Perez and Paul Mitsuo Hattori and resides in O‘ahu, Hawai’i.  She holds a B.Ed. and Professional Diploma in Secondary Social Studies with a concentration in Pacific Islands History, an M.Ed. in Educational Technology, and an Ed.D. in Professional Educational Practice from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa.  Dr. Hattori is Acting Director of the Pacific Islands Development Program in the East-West Center and is cooperating graduate and affiliate faculty for the University of Hawai’i.

Session Title & Description:

Building on the Future by Looking to the Past
~ Pacific Islander Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic ~

This session highlights the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on teaching and learning in Pacific Islander communities as well as effective community-based responses, including those which leverage cultural values and norms. Digital and social inequities, as well as strategies to support these communities, will also be shared.

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A ZOOM orientation for TCC 2021 conference speakers by Rebecca Israel of LearningTimes will immediately follow at 3:00 p.m. HST. Anyone interested is invited to attend.

The main TCC 2021 Conference will be held on April 13-15, 2021. For information and to register, see the main conference website

For more information, contact Bert Kimura <bert@hawaii.edu>.

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Final Call for Proposals • TCC 2021 • Extended due date

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TCC 2021 ☀️ April 13-15

The deadline for TCC 2021 (April 13-15) proposal submissions is extended to December 28, 2020, HST. The acceptance date for full papers remains the same, December 28.

Registration details will be announced in February. Stay tuned! 

Full details available at:
https://tcchawaii.org/tcc-2021-call-for-proposals/

For updates about TCC 2021:
https://tcchawaii.org/

Please share with interested colleagues and friends. #tcchawaii21

Best wishes for the Holidays and the New Year!
— The 2021 Conference Team

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