The Teaching, Colleges & Community Online Conference(TCC) is a three-day, entirely online conference for post-secondary faculty and staff worldwide with over 100 sessions that cover a wide-range of topics related to distance learning and emerging technologies for teaching and learning.
Enjoy keynote and special regional sessions:
Charlotte “Lani” Gunawardena, University of New Mexico, USA
Ohkwa Lee, Chungbuk National University, South Korea
Matthew Schmidt, University of Cincinnati, USA
Yoon-Ah Rho, Kookmin University, South Korea
Hanna Teräs, Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Finland
RSVP by March 13 for access info: http://bit.ly/2019PreCon-RSVP This session will be followed immediately by an orientation for TCC 2019 presenters & facilitators
Alan Levine Educational Learning Consultant Mortlach, Saskatchewan CogDogBlog.com
Description Do shared social media memes and animated GIFs represent the worst elements of internet culture? Or, are there purposeful academic uses for such “silly media”?
Levine will suggest ways we can augment online teaching with memes by adding images to words, to visualize metaphors and facilitating discussion.
As shortform videos, animated GIFs that loop are effective for demonstrating natural processes or illustrating techniques where repetition aids understanding.
Learn what your students might accomplish by creating memes and animated GIFs. With your creative ideas, such media could be much more useful for teaching and learning.
About the Presenter Alan Levine explores the potential of new technologies for education. Having hosted a web server on the Maricopa Community Colleges network in 1993 Alan has not left the web since. Levine has brought innovative ideas while working with the New Media Consortium and the University of Mary Washington, and now as an independent consultant (https://cog.dog).
An early proponent of blogs and RSS, Levine has shared his ideas and discoveries at CogDogBlog.com since 2003. His interests include digital storytelling, photography, bending WordPress to his whims, and randomly dipping into and sharing from within the infinite river of the internet.
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 Project: Dr. Wendy Kuntz, Dr. Kelli Goya, Dr. Kenichi Kubota, Dr. Mayumi Kubota, Mary Kimura
LTEC Alumni Panel: Dr. Mike Travis, Grant Chartrand, Ed Lee
Dr. Margaret Nosek, Baylor College of Medicine, Texas, USA
Dr. Weiquan Lu, National University, Singapore
Dr. Jason Lee, Daegu National University of Education, Korea Mark Curcher, Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Finland
Dr. Cynthia Calongne, Colorado Technical University, USA
Dr. Susan Manning, Credly, USA
TCC is a three-day, entirely online conference for post-secondary faculty and staff worldwide with over 100 sessions that cover a wide-range of topics related to distance learning and emerging technologies for teaching and learning.
As a prelude to this year’s main conference, TCC 2018 is hosting a FREE special webinar, Institutional Initiatives in Digital Credentials, presented by Brenda Perea, Director of Educational and Workforce Solutions (Credly).
Brenda will explain best practices from Colorado Community Colleges System’s initial launch of digital credentials in a free Technical Math for Industry. Attendees will learn how 2-year and 4-year institutions can partner with employers to integrate digital credentials into existing curricula and build digital credentials into new courses and programs.