TCCfx 2018 Mini-Conference (Dec. 11) Seats Available

Seats are still available for the TCCfx mini-conference, an event organized by graduate students in the LTEC graduate program at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, College of Education.

Message from Kimberly Suwa, event chair:

TCCfx 2018 is a complimentary 1-day online conference that aims to empower the educational technology community through connection, collaboration, and the generation of innovative ideas for teaching and learning. Through this conference, the UH Manoa Dept. of Learning Design and Technology showcases alumni, current students and faculty, and collaborations with local and global communities.

This year’s theme is “Sustaining Education Through Innovation”; addressing sustainable learning through the integration of new ideas and technology. Program sessions include:

  • International Collaboration – The Kaiyama ProjectDr. Wendy Kuntz, Dr. Kelli Goya, Dr. Kenichi Kubota, Dr. Mayumi Kubota, Mary Kimura
  • LTEC Alumni Panel: Dr. Mike Travis, Grant Chartrand, Ed Lee
  • Sustainability and Open Source: Dr. Paul McKimmy

Free Registration by Dec. 3: TCCfx 2018 Registration
Sessions are also recorded and will be available for review on-demand at a later date.

Mahalo!
Kimberly Suwa
TCCfx 2018 Chair

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TCCHawaii.org is a 501c(3) non-profit organization that produces the annual TCC Worldwide Online Conference in partnership with the LTEC department at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa and LearningTimes of New York.
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