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Thursday, March 28
 

8:00am PDT

Breakfast
provided by The Vault Catering.

COUNTRY STYLE BREAKFAST
Scrambled eggs topped with cheddar cheese, plus smoked bacon and sausage links. Served with breakfast potatoes, seasonal fresh fruit, and bottled juices.

Coffee, tea, and bottled water are provided by the TCC Bookstore.

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Thursday March 28, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
20 - Athletic Center
  Meals & Mingling

8:30am PDT

Welcome and Conference Information
You're here!

What's the wifi? How do you get around? Where's the bathroom? What's for lunch?

Your questions, answered.

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Speakers
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Christopher Soran

eLearning Director, Tacoma Community College
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Kathleen Chambers

Instructional Designer, North Seattle College
Instructional Designer at North Seattle College. Previously taught part-time at Green River and Shoreline Community Colleges, and full time for 8 years as the photography faculty in New Mexico.


Thursday March 28, 2019 8:30am - 8:45am PDT
20 - Athletic Center
  Special Event

8:45am PDT

Connie Broughton Innovation in eLearning Award
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Presenting The 2018-2019 Connie Broughton Innovation in eLearning Award
This year the award is presented to Patrick McEachern, Director of eLearning, and the Community Colleges of Spokane Cabinet. This includes the executive leadership from Spokane Community College (Kevin Brockbank, President; Jenni Martin, Vice President of Instruction; and Glen Cosby, Vice President of Student Services), Spokane Falls Community College (Nancy Szofran, President; Andrew Feldman, Vice President of Learning; and Chrissy Davis-Jones, Vice President of Student Services) and the District Office (Christine Johnson, Chancellor; Greg Stevens, Chief Administrative Officer, Lisa Hjaltalin, Chief Financial Officer, Carolyn Casey, Chief Information Officer; and Amy McCoy, Acting Provost).
eLearning Professional Development ModelThe annual CCS eLearning Academy is a two-day conference hosted, organized, and facilitated by the CCS eLearning Department each fall before the new academic year begins. The Academy focuses on technology, design, and instruction of web-enhanced, hybrid, and online education. Participants learn best practices and innovative teaching and learning strategies from keynote speakers from outside of the institution and as well as from their CCS peers. The Academy began in fall of 2013 and has expanded in size each year. The 2018 CCS eLearning Academy featured 160 attendees including 20 guests from outside of CCS (i.e., from other community colleges) , and was comprised of 30 individual sessions, including a student panel. The topics of the conference are expanded on throughout the year in CCS eLearning’s asynchronous Faculty Professional Development course.
CCS's eLearning professional development model includes an annual large conference, the eLearning Academy, prior to the start of the fall quarter. Learning opportunities continue throughout the year with an asynchronous online faculty development course utilizing innovative training methods to cover monthly topics of interest for current and prospective online faculty. For example, the YouTube channel features Faculty Perspective videos embedded into the monthly topics that show participants the applicability of the learning from a faculty perspective. CCS has also been asked to present at regional conferences and share its innovative topics and methods. For example, the team has presented on faculty presence in online courses, to address regular and substantive interaction as required by the Department of Education, at Northwest eLearn, WACC, CCS eLearning Academy, Spokane Community College and Spokane Falls Community College. The team has also shared its expertise on this topic with other community colleges in the state.
Each year, eLearning staff ask attendees to evaluate the Academy and they use suggestions from the previous year to inform the conference agenda and make program improvements. The evaluation asks participants to rate the usefulness of each session, the level of preparation and knowledge of the presenter and the overall quality of the session. This year's academy included an online student panel, basic sessions on Canvas, more time for a question and answer period with the keynote speaker and a pre-conference workshop for Panopto and Canvas based upon feedback from the 2017 session.
The professional development model can be easily replicated at little to no cost and will just need staff time and faculty interest to implement. Materials are openly-licensed and available.
For the 2018 conference program, see the attached 2018 eLearning Academy Program – CC of Spokane.pdf
CONGRATULATIONS, again, to the Community Colleges of Spokane!

Thursday March 28, 2019 8:45am - 9:00am PDT
20 - Athletic Center
  Special Event

9:00am PDT

Keynote - “You can’t plant a seed without getting your hands dirty” - Engaging Students Through an Equity Lens
Many faculty members often replicate the types of teaching approaches they experienced as students. Consequently, they end up teaching the same way they were informed about how to teach.  Unfortunately, many of those teaching methods are/were not inclusive or engaging for students in general and students of color specifically.  Instead of reproducing those same problematic classroom environs, faculty can provide a more humanizing experience to teaching by approaching pedagogy through an equity lens.  This presentation will consist of storytelling, research, and strategies that will assist others in creating equitable learning environments that are more engaging and inclusive than the ones we experienced when we were college students.  

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Dr. Darryl Brice

Instructor, Sociology and Diversity and Globalism Studies, Highline College
Dr. Darryl Brice was born and raised in Baltimore, MD.  He attended Frostburg State University located in Frostburg, MD where he received his BS in Political Science and Justice Studies.  He received his MA and PhD in Sociology from Loyola University Chicago.Dr. Brice is currently... Read More →


Thursday March 28, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am PDT
20 - Athletic Center
  Keynote

10:00am PDT

Active Learning Using Peer Assessment: Strategy to Foster Learning & Transparency in Student Led Assessment
In recent times, there has been much emphasis on flipping the classroom. While this has been limited to learning processes, it is my attempt to make students be responsible as assessors of peer work. Not only will this be effective in creating transparency in grading processes but students can serve as peer mentors in the learning process. Again, as part of Cascadia's philosophy of active learning, group work in class environment has created opportunities for such type of student assessment which has opened dialogue to learning whereby assessment is no longer a closing but an ongoing process of learning.


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Nomita Yadav

Associate Faculty, Cascadia College


Thursday March 28, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
16-221

10:00am PDT

AIM Perfect! Institutionalized Accessibility
This presentation is about our eLearning program, A.I.M. We started this program after we learned about "SWAT team" at Olympic College. Our major task is to help faculty who want to improve the accessibility of their online content but do not have the skills or time to do the work. These faculty partner with an AIM person to do the majority of the accessibility work for them.


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Thursday March 28, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
16-206

10:00am PDT

Play, Learn & Record: Videos in Biology Labs
Watch while I demonstrate the use of selfie-video to make biology (and other) laboratory experiences fun and to bring a lively learning experience to learning. Using an example of Anatomy & Physiology where students make models, video themselves narrating the model and submit them to Canvas. At the end they have created a review tool as well as learned the material during the laboratory time.


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Jay McLean-Riggs

Faculty, Seattle Central College


Thursday March 28, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
15-202

10:00am PDT

Tips and best practice method for a quick course set up in Canvas
Are you new to Canvas? Not sure how to start with the creation of your course on Canvas? Not sure how to maximize your use and benefits from Canvas? Fear no more! Come get useful tip and tricks to create your best practice with Canvas.


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Ray Chew

Continuing Education, Bellevue College


Thursday March 28, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
16-208

10:00am PDT

Wit and Warmth: Personalizing Student Services and Coaching Engagement in Canvas
In this session discover how I created an online persona to drive my communication style and tone in a non-academic Canvas course used for Success Coaching and guiding students through student services processes. Come and get ideas for how you can use Canvas to deliver in depth information and instructions in an engaging environment that will help your students navigate their education.


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Karen Sandall

Student Success Coach, Community Colleges of Spokane


Thursday March 28, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
15-203

10:00am PDT

Engaging Students Through Course Design
Come learn how to create dynamic and aesthetically pleasing Canvas pages to help students more effectively and efficiently navigate your course.

*To accommodate overflow, this workshop will be held in room 16-108 and broadcast via Zoom next door to 16-109.

Public Canvas Course: https://canvas.seattlecentral.edu/courses/1779761 


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Kevin Bowersox-Johnson

Director of eLearning, Seattle Central College


Thursday March 28, 2019 10:00am - 11:45am PDT
16-108/109

10:00am PDT

Instructure Bridge and Software Evaluation Needs
In recent months, there have been multiple conversations about the Bridge LMS across WA CTC’s by staff and faculty from IT, HR, eLearning, and professional development. This session is a facilitated discussion of how current software interest and evaluation processes often fail to adequately identify and coordinate multiple players in the WA CTC system that are looking at the same or similar software functionality. We will use the example of Bridge as a use case to examine a number of software evaluation issues.


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Pat Daniels

Associate Director, IT Services, Highline College
Providing IT support in Washington State Higher Ed since 1996, focusing on front end support, management and leadership. Experience in service desk, desktop support, project management, change management (the 'people side' of change), policy/procedure, security & compliance, training... Read More →
SG

Steve Gance

Policy Associate, Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges


Thursday March 28, 2019 10:00am - 11:45am PDT
16-220

11:00am PDT

"Light up!" Inspire engagement as students create videos using light board technology
Engage students in creating videos using video light board technology while building a video library for your courses. We focus on the pedagogy of why to use a light board and how to support learning outcomes across disciplines using video light board technology. Students learn to storyboard, write, speak and use visuals to demonstrate what they know and share with their peers. Using this technology, students build skills that include creativity, collaborating in groups, critical thinking and communication skills. We will show you how we use Canvas to build a library of student led instruction. We will have a brief demo of a light board and a group discussion how this technology can be used for your discipline.

Speakers
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Kay Rutherford

Faculty, Seattle Central College
I teach Communication Studies (Public Speaking, Interpersonal Communication, Small Group Communication) and Health Communication. Every new quarter is an opportunity to utilize more of the Canvas tools and applications to engage students.


Thursday March 28, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am PDT
15-201

11:00am PDT

Building Community and Connecting with Working Students
Building an online community using Canvas is a low maintenance way to connect program administrators to students in classrooms. While basic needs can be fulfilled, like sending out announcements, we will also discuss strategies on how to build in engaging tools like an online orientation, job board, and workforce advocacy resources. In the North Seattle College Early Childhood Education program, we've used the Early Childhood Education Community Resources page as a key tool to build efficiency in communications to connect with a 'non-traditional' student population that works full time in the field and primarily only comes to campus for evening courses.


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Caroline O'Callahan

Manager, Early Childhood Ed, North Seattle College


Thursday March 28, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am PDT
15-302

11:00am PDT

Engaging with Alternative Forms of Assessment
Assessment is the key to determining if students are learning, the key to funding, and the key to determining if we're doing our jobs well. The problem comes when we don't provide opportunties for students to demonstrate their knowledge. A lot of the more traditional methods of assessment limit students in their demonstration, particularly when looking at cultural responsiveness. This session will explore the importance of alternative forms of assessment in cultural responsiveness, types of alternative assessments, and even provide an opportunity for participants to create an alternative assessment aligned with course objectives.


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Erin Baker

eLearning Manager, Centralia College


Thursday March 28, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am PDT
15-303

11:00am PDT

Google Doc Collaborations for Active Learning in an Online Math Class
Active learning in an online class? It can be done! Learn how to run a Google Doc collaboration through Canvas and see how we are using it at Clark College in our online pre-college math sequence.


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Kate Cook

Math Professor, Clark College
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Teri Miller

Instructor, Clark College


Thursday March 28, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am PDT
16-221

11:00am PDT

Sponsor Session: New Ways Zoom is Delivering Happiness in Education
"It Just Works!" Zoom is rapidly becoming the video collaboration tool of choice for educational institutions all around the world. Zoom's easy-to-use, reliable, and robust platform offers colleges a high quality video meeting and room solution that integrates with Canvas and allows students and educators to collaborate effortlessly - or, as we like to say at Zoom - "frictionlessly". A representative from Zoom Video Communications will share Zoom's story and vision to create a happier world, demo Zoom's newest and most popular features for educators, administrators, and students, and facilitate an open forum for discussion around best practices.


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Anne Kaiser

Account Executive, Zoom Video Communications
Account Executive for Education, Zoom Video Communications, based at Zoom's 2nd headquarters in Denver, Colorado.M.S. Higher Education, Florida State University; Yoga Alliance, 500-hrI am so grateful and honored to work with my higher education colleagues - and truly believe that... Read More →

Sponsors

Thursday March 28, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am PDT
16-206

11:00am PDT

What Microsoft and Youtube Taught Me About Engaging Students Online
Online classes often mean little direct interaction, and this is one of the most common complaints. How better to engage your students than in a live videoconference? A former Microsoft Excel developer, and a Youtube host with 3 million views will give you a newbie's perspective of how to engage students in Canvas using Zoom and Youtube. Learn from my experiences both good and bad and leave ready to try it in your own classes with confidence.


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George Hu

Adjunct Professor, South Seattle College
I'm a graduate of MIT and Stanford, former Microsoft creator of Microsoft Excel's macro language, and a Youtube host (MITEEMan / MITEECSMan) with over 3M views. Now I teach Computer Science for South Seattle College through online classes. Come see me talk at 11AM Thursday on what... Read More →


Thursday March 28, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am PDT
15-204

11:45am PDT

Lunch
provided by The Vault Catering

TACO BAR

Seasoned ground beef
Seasoned chicken
flour/corn tortillas
shredded lettuce
shredded cheese
spanish rice
seasoned black beans
sour cream
salsa


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Thursday March 28, 2019 11:45am - 1:00pm PDT
20 - Athletic Center
  Meals & Mingling

1:00pm PDT

Does Quality in Online Course Design Matter?
Yes it does! Join me to learn about the initial findings of a statewide study comparing the before and after effects of participation in the Quality Matters program on student grades. Participants will also learn about potential areas of future QM research and FREE Quality Matters training options for faculty and staff at Washington’s community and technical colleges.


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Alissa Sells

Program Administrator, eLearning, SBCTC
- eLearning Faculty Professional Development- Instructional Design- Accessibility- Quality Matters (QM)- WA Course Design Checklist- Canvas, Panopto, Zoom, and WebEx- Competency-based Education (CBE)- Open Educational Resources (OER)- IGNIS webinars


Thursday March 28, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm PDT
15-203

1:00pm PDT

How to be a Canvas Superhero
Some people may view Canvas as The Hulk roaring at them instead the brilliant scientist Dr. Bruce Banner solving the world's problems. Some LMS support professionals aren't fully aware of their superpowers when helping their clients. Chris Powell, Canvas Admin for Western Washington University, will bridge the gap between teachers and techs and offer perspectives from both sides. Be prepared to explore vulnerability in the workplace, and learn how a few nuggets of knowledge can turn a mild-mannered newcomer to Canvas into a powerful force for academic good.


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Chris Powell

Canvas Admin, Western Washington University
THE Canvas Admin for Western Washington University.


Thursday March 28, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm PDT
15-301

1:00pm PDT

PANOPTO – I’m Ready for My Close Up!
Why are my students complaining about how long it takes to open a Panopto video? Where did I put that video that I JUST recorded? What are all these settings and what do they mean? Do I really have to show my face on the recording? How do my students submit Panopto videos for an assignment? Find the answer to these and other Panopto questions at this session.


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Jerry Troupe

LMS Administrator, Community Colleges of Spokane


Thursday March 28, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm PDT
16-108

1:00pm PDT

ZOOM - The Life Changing Magic of Zoom in Education!
Zoom is a video conferencing solution available at most WA state college institutions. A versatile webinar and screen capture application that works across platforms and it has multiple features useful to educators.

After a year of working with Zoom, South Seattle College's Teaching and Learning Center have lots of experience, ideas and tips on ways you can use Zoom in your (face to face and online) classroom to enhance teaching and learning experience. You’ll also walk away with tips on how to look amazing online!
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Sara Newman

Director of eLearning, TLC & STARS, South Seattle College
web designer & consultant, teacher, instructional designer, eLearning & TLC director, online applications administrator, and technology integration specialist
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Pamela Wilkins

Faculty, South Seattle College
I am a librarian, instructor, teaching and learning center associate and a former Microsoft eLearning specialist. I love helping faculty integrate online learning, technology and library resources into their courses. I think next to kindness, science fiction and caffeine... Digital... Read More →



Thursday March 28, 2019 1:00pm - 1:45pm PDT
16-206
  45-minute session

1:00pm PDT

Creative Uses of Canvas Tools to Engage Students in Active Learning
Active Learning allows students to help shape their own learning, leading to experiences that are relevant, meaningful, and fun! It provides opportunities to engage with course content and concepts, as well as other learners. This workshop will explore a number of Canvas tools that offer a variety of creative ways of promoting active learning in online classrooms. We will look at specific examples and brainstorm new ways to put these tools to work in our own courses. Emphasis will be placed on using tools and designing learning experiences that are accessible and reflect Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles.


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Lindsey Schuhmacher

English Instructor and Instructional Designer, Clark College
Hi everyone,My name is Lindsey Schuhmacher (soon to be Lindsey Bombadil). I am an English and Humanities Instructor. I've been with the Clark College English department since 2013 and have taught most levels of composition (097-102), science fiction/fantasy, and American literature... Read More →


Thursday March 28, 2019 1:00pm - 2:45pm PDT
09-109

1:00pm PDT

Getting Started With Digital Storytelling
At a basic level digital storytelling means using technology to tell stories. Digital stories exist in many formats: text on a website or social media tool, through narration and images in a video, or through narration in a podcast. Digital stories are not just facts presented with accompanying images, they are narratives crafted to take the listener or reader on a journey.
In this active workshop, we’ll examine the nuts and bolts of creating a digital story and work with a collaborative process that you can use with colleagues or your students to bring digital storytelling into your teaching practice.

You can access resources and content for this workshop in this public Canvas course space:

https://pierce.instructure.com/courses/1778824




Speakers
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Renee Phoenix

Instructional Designer, Pierce College
Let's talk about UDL, online course design, design thinking, digital storytelling for teaching, podcasting, coffee, our pets, & chocolate!


Thursday March 28, 2019 1:00pm - 2:45pm PDT
16-208

1:00pm PDT

Secrets for Bringing the Library Into Your Course
At the end of the session, participants will be able to:
1. Locate library and information literacy content in Canvas Commons and import it into their courses.
2. Add library content, including links to books and online journals, into their courses.
3. Identify ways that librarians can collaborate with subject faculty to incorporate library content and skills learning into their courses.


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Mary Keany

Instruction & Reference Librarian, Highline Community College
As an academic instruction and reference librarian, I teach in-person and online courses, as well as develop self-support resources for the academic community by employing universal design practices and systems thinking. Since graduating from Drexel University in 2012 with MS Library... Read More →
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Chelsea Nesvig

Research & Instruction Librarian, University of Washington, Bothell
avatar for Elena Bianco

Elena Bianco

Systems & Technical Services Librarian, Skagit Valley College
Libraries, OER, Website design, universal design principles, integrated library systems, especially III or Alma.
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Heath Hayden

Interim Dean, Library & eLearning, Bellevue College
Interim Dean of Library and eLearning at Bellevue College in Bellevue, Washington. I have about 10 years working in Open Educational Resources and have a passion for zine making and zines. The community and technical college system in Washington State has been my main jam since 2008... Read More →
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Zola Mumford

Faculty, North Seattle College


Thursday March 28, 2019 1:00pm - 2:45pm PDT
15-107

2:00pm PDT

25Live: How can a scheduling tool integrate with the rest of your campus?
Join us as a panel of staff from the Washington State Community College system shares information on how 25live is being used to integrate with other programs and services across campus. We will showcase real examples of how this is being done, discuss future ideas and open the session up for discussion and questions.


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Kirk Knittle

Functional Analyst, SBCTC


Thursday March 28, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm PDT
15-201

2:00pm PDT

Access, Accessibility, Cultural Inclusivity: A Recipe for Student Success
This session will describe the importance of access, accessibility and cultural inclusivity to student success within the classroom, as well as provide examples of how to make courses more accessible and culturally inclusive.


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Erin Baker

eLearning Manager, Centralia College


Thursday March 28, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm PDT
15-204

2:00pm PDT

Badging 101: Digital Credentials in Education and Professional Development
This presentation is an introduction to badges and badging and how they are used in education and professional development. Badges are digital credentials awarded to students or participants in professional development for skills and achievements. Badges enable instructors, departments, schools and other professional communities to identify new or existing competency areas and recognize mastery or demonstration of those competencies not ordinarily recognized by traditional credentials.


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Steve Gance

Policy Associate, Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges


Thursday March 28, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm PDT
15-303
  45-minute session

2:00pm PDT

ENGAGE! with the WA Course Design Checklist
Quality online course design benefits everyone: students, faculty, programs, and your college’s enrollment and retention goals. Don’t miss this opportunity to engage in conversation about quality assurance at Washington's community and technical colleges. Join us for a follow-up to last year's "UNITE! for Quality in Course Design" session to learn what students and faculty are saying about the draft WA Course Design Checklist.


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Alissa Sells

Program Administrator, eLearning, SBCTC
- eLearning Faculty Professional Development- Instructional Design- Accessibility- Quality Matters (QM)- WA Course Design Checklist- Canvas, Panopto, Zoom, and WebEx- Competency-based Education (CBE)- Open Educational Resources (OER)- IGNIS webinars


Thursday March 28, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm PDT
15-203

2:00pm PDT

Flip you,...next! Managing cognitive overload in a hybrid course with Open Educational Resources
Using the research of psychology, this presentation will inform you how I made my reading assignments into engaging, affordable and more interesting assignments that students do not feel overwhelm to complete in the flipped, hybrid classroom setting.


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Thursday March 28, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm PDT
15-302

2:00pm PDT

Putting Pedagogy First: Offering Meaningful Tech Training
Does your technical training for faculty teach participants how to use the technology, but doesn't connect technology with learning? Come learn what Seattle Central College is doing to make its technical training meaningful, and to help participants walk away with not only the skills to use the technology, but ideas for re-focusing their own technical training.


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Tsai-En Cheng

Faculty, Instructional Assessment Committee Chair, Seattle Central College
I love equitable engagement and assessments. how technology and instructional strategies meet at the right spot.
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Robin Leeson

Instructional Designer, Seattle Central College
I have had the privilege of serving students and faculty as an instructional designer since 2010. I have guided instructors through the creation of course content ranging from health care standards and procedures to first-year student success and English composition. My focus areas... Read More →


Thursday March 28, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm PDT
16-220

2:00pm PDT

Studying Textbooks for Retention – Throw Away Your Highlighters! SQ3R an Essential Method to Elevate Student Study Habits
SQ3R: SURVEY, QUESTION, READ, RECITE, REVIEW. Learn how to motivate your students to employ the SQ3R method. This approach elevates retention and empowers cognitive synthesis in Bloom’s Taxonomy. This workshop features a hands-on experience. We will share time-tested teaching materials (PowerPoint Presentation, Video, and a Discussion Assignment). These materials will be posted in Canvas Commons. No software or special tools required.


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EARL SEDLIK

Faculty, North Seattle College
Earl Sedlik began a dedicated commitment to business education in 1975 at both BA and MBA levels. He is intensely concerned about :- Accounting; -Marketing; - Entrepreneurship; - International Business Development; - and helping students become competent learners.His teaching style... Read More →


Thursday March 28, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm PDT
15-301

2:00pm PDT

Engaging Canvas Workshop
Canvas is new even if it is not--there are always questions about processes in Canvas. Join us with your Canvas course questions and work one-on-one with eLearning specialists and with other users to build courses, assessments, rubrics, interact with 3rd Party LTI's and more.


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Aaron Foelsch

eLearning Help Desk Specialist, Tacoma Community College
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Deb Padden

eLearning Support Specialist, Tacoma Community College
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Aaron Tran

eLearning Help Desk Specialist, Tacoma Community College


Thursday March 28, 2019 2:00pm - 3:45pm PDT
16-108

3:00pm PDT

Badging 102: Badgr and Canvas at State Board for Technical and Community Colleges (SBCTC)
The presentation takes a look at how the Washington State Board for Technical and Community Colleges is using Badgr badge hosting system integrated with Canvas professional development opportunities. This is a follow-up, more technical presentation to the beginning session "Badging 101." Administrators and faculty interested in the state-wide Badgr pro license will learn how to implement it.


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Steve Gance

Policy Associate, Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges


Thursday March 28, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm PDT
15-303

3:00pm PDT

Integrating Universal Design for Learning in Open Education Practice
Developing online learning that is at once accessible, affordable, and engaging can sometimes seem like a tall order. Our goal is to demonstrate how Universal Design for Learning (UDL) provides a framework for the selection, development, and incorporation of Open Educational Resources (OER) in Canvas. This introduction to UDL-informed OER will provide a baseline set of considerations on which you can build a personalized and innovative open practice. UDL and OER leverage a common set of objectives to eliminate barriers, increase access and inclusivity, promote engagement, and support learner achievement. Let’s build learning that is open for everyone!


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Dale Coleman

Interim Director of eLearning, Tacoma Community College
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Jennifer Snoek-Brown

Faculty OER Librarian, Tacoma Community College


Thursday March 28, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm PDT
15-203

3:00pm PDT

Sponsor Session: Protecting Integrity In The Modern Era
Honorlock combines traditional methods of proctoring such as webcam, and ID verification with innovative new technologies we've developed. With a focus on user experience, Honorlock requires no software to download, on-demand testing and 24/7 support.


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Greg Jacobsen

Enterprise Sales Director, HonorLock

Sponsors

Thursday March 28, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm PDT
15-201

3:00pm PDT

Using Canvas to Facilitate Professional Development – Community College of Spokane eLearning’s Training Model
Spokane’s eLearning team has created a robust professional development program leveraging Canvas to help facilitate delivery. Come learn how Spokane has created and grown an annual eLearning Academy, monthly asynchronous sessions, on-demand learning, and face to face training. Topics including using Canvas, developing sessions, cross-department collaboration, promoting training, celebrating small victories, and more. At the end of the session, participants will share some strategies and tips for delivery of professional development, and we will all leave with new ideas to implement!


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Patrick McEachern

Instructional Designer, Community Colleges of Spokane
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Holli Devereaux

eLearning Instructional Designer, Community Colleges of Spokane
Holli Devereaux graduated from Spokane Falls Community College with an A.A. Direct Transfer in Education. After receiving my A.A. from SFCC, she transferred to Eastern and earned a B.A.E. in Secondary English Education with a WA State Teaching Certificate. She also holds an emergency... Read More →


Thursday March 28, 2019 3:00pm - 3:45pm PDT
15-204

3:00pm PDT

Canvas Resources for College-Level Science Classes
With the increasing push at the college level for partially- or completely-online science classes, designing and administering such courses in Canvas is of paramount importance. We will explore the use of Canvas resources to administer a college-level lecture and lab class. This will include the creation, administration, and grading of discussion threads and laboratory activities, the organization of students into groups on Canvas, the writing and analysis of concept inventories and surveys, the writing and administration of tests in Canvas with Respondus and LockDown Browser, and the use of Canvas Scheduler to set up meetings.  Click this  workshop class link to join the course or, copy and paste it to your web browser:  https://wwcc.instructure.com/enroll/KRXP94.


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Anthony Smith

Instructor, Walla Walla Community College


Thursday March 28, 2019 3:00pm - 4:45pm PDT
16-109

3:00pm PDT

GET YOUR TILT ON! Advancing Equity in Assignment Design
Include all students by using the transparent assignment template to incorporate 3 simple, but powerful, tweaks in assignment design. Through the lens of equity, Transparent Teaching and Learning methods (TILT) has proven to support learning gains for all students, especially systemically non-dominant populations. This interactive workshop will share relevant data, give you practice in tilting one of your assignments and share ways to include students in the TILTING process. Leave with resources to share TILTING on your campus. Please bring 2 copies of an assignment from the middle of the quarter when students are acquainted with and applying the basic tools and terminology of the course. We will have assignments to share. Visit TILT Canvas site for more information, available March 1, 2019
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Tsai-En Cheng

Faculty, Instructional Assessment Committee Chair, Seattle Central College
I love equitable engagement and assessments. how technology and instructional strategies meet at the right spot.
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Toni Anderson

Faculty, North Seattle College
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Kathleen Chambers

Instructional Designer, North Seattle College
Instructional Designer at North Seattle College. Previously taught part-time at Green River and Shoreline Community Colleges, and full time for 8 years as the photography faculty in New Mexico.


Thursday March 28, 2019 3:00pm - 4:45pm PDT
16-220

4:00pm PDT

Faculty-Centered Assessment Data Collection with Canvas Rubrics
Course, department, and program-level assessment of learning outcomes is important and so is closing the assessment loop and drawing value from the process. This session will demonstrate the use of an assessment tool I developed that works within Excel to access Canvas by mapping outcomes to existing rubric criteria. Faculty can use this tool to extract data from current and past Canvas courses. At Lower Columbia College the Language and Literature department analyzed thousands of evaluation events from their courses and used the data to identify student strengths and areas of focus for improvement, in less than 6 hours. Information on how to access this tool will be shared in the presentation.


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David Hay

Founder & CEO, DCH Studios


Thursday March 28, 2019 4:00pm - 4:45pm PDT
15-204

4:00pm PDT

If You Build It, They Will Come: Creating a Web-Enhanced Math Class
Discover a new way to enhance your mathematics class using Canvas tools to connect with your students. Create easily accessible materials that students can use and refer to throughout the course. Utilize chat to offer remote help to struggling students, and form discussions about mathematics with culturally relevant topics.https://canvas.northseattle.edu/courses/1777047


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Catherine Conway

Faculty, North Seattle College


Thursday March 28, 2019 4:00pm - 4:45pm PDT
15-202

4:00pm PDT

Internet Armageddon… The Internet is Down – How to Keep Working
It might not happen too often but outages do happen. The internet is down and the learning management system is unreachable. What are the risks for faculty and students not being able to access an LMS for extended periods of time? How can you prepare for this type of outage? We will have a discussion on how to effectively manage, cope and keep working. Regional Internet outage attacks are of high concern for students and faculty who depend on an LMS remotely. This presentation is for both faculty and students.


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Jeanette Smith-Perrone

Professor, IT, Tacoma Community College
CISSP, MIO, MBA I have a record of over 35 years of outstanding proven success in the leadership, strategic planning, project management, project implementation and support of corporate operations for fast-paced logistics, legal, health care, education, retail, utility, food product... Read More →


Thursday March 28, 2019 4:00pm - 4:45pm PDT
15-201

4:00pm PDT

Sponsor Session: Panopto Product Roadmap
Come and learn about the future of Panopto through a product roadmap presentation given by Panopto CEO Eric Burns. Themes of the presentation include personalized experiences, analytics that drive insight and improvement, creation and collaboration, high fidelity on mobile, easy scaling, and more!


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Eric Burns

CEO, Panopto

Sponsors

Thursday March 28, 2019 4:00pm - 4:45pm PDT
16-108

4:00pm PDT

This Is a Classroom: Online Engagement and Retention Strategies
Higher education is experiencing a significant period of change. Communicating with students, humanizing courses, and keeping students engaged and focused are common themes in online education today. Colleges have steadily increased their online learning options to provide greater flexibility for their students and boost their enrollment during periods of declining numbers. Unfortunately, studies indicate that students who take online courses have lower retention rates and experience greater feelings of isolation than in traditional face-to-face courses. To be effective, therefore, online courses must be engaging, involve personal contact, and offer students the support they need to be successful.


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Scott Haddock

Paralegal Program Faculty/Director and Faculty Professional Development Coordinator, Edmonds Community College
Hello! I’m the Faculty Professioal Development Coordinator and a Full-time Faculty/Program Director for the Paralegal Department at Edmonds Community College. Over my 15 years of teaching law, I’ve has strived to engage my students—both online and in the physical classroom... Read More →


Thursday March 28, 2019 4:00pm - 4:45pm PDT
15-303

4:00pm PDT

UDL Design Sprints in 30 Minutes
How can you create better learning pathways for all students, including students who are using their mobile devices, Canvas, assistive technologies, and other online technologies? Identifying where to implement UDL strategies does not have to involve a large investment of time. But where are the starting points? In this active workshop, participants are introduced to version of rapid development called a "design sprint." You will collaborate with others via design thinking methods to record, analyze and prototype one effective UDL strategy to use immediately in a course. No prior knowledge of UDL is required.

You can access content and resources for this workshop in this public Canvas course area:

https://pierce.instructure.com/courses/1779268



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Renee Phoenix

Instructional Designer, Pierce College
Let's talk about UDL, online course design, design thinking, digital storytelling for teaching, podcasting, coffee, our pets, & chocolate!


Thursday March 28, 2019 4:00pm - 4:45pm PDT
16-206

4:00pm PDT

Virtual Reality in the Classroom
We are exploring the ways that VR enhances the student learning experience. Come to our session to chat about what we have tried so far, what we plan for the future, and get hands-on time with the VR headsets.  Here are the presentation slides.


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Sean Puno

Multimedia Design Program Manager, Highline College
I am an award-winning filmmaker working from Seattle to LA. I have been working in the digital entertainment industry for over 25 years. Being well-versed in the Adobe creative suite allows me to design in the various mediums such as video, motion graphics, photography, graphic... Read More →
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Christopher Soran

eLearning Director, Tacoma Community College


Thursday March 28, 2019 4:00pm - 4:45pm PDT
16-106

5:00pm PDT

Popcorn Social
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Thursday March 28, 2019 5:00pm - 6:00pm PDT
20 - Athletic Center
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Friday, March 29
 

8:00am PDT

Breakfast
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CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
Assorted pastries, muffins, seasonal fresh fruit and a parfait bar including vanilla Greek yogurt, fresh berries, granola and dried fruits.

FRESH BAGEL TRAY
Bagels, cream cheese, lox, sliced tomatoes, red onions, capers and seasonal fresh fruit.

Breakfast is served with assorted juices.

Coffee, tea, and bottled water provided by the TCC Bookstore.

Friday March 29, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am PDT
20 - Athletic Center
  Meals & Mingling

9:00am PDT

Keynote - Strengths & Students First: Crafting Impactful Course Revitalization
For most of us, teaching a hybrid or fully online course is not a new experience. From course design to facilitation, we have created a solid foundation for our learning experiences, courses, and assessment strategies. Yet, how do we find new ways to rethink our approaches and turn up the impact dial? How we re-engage our students in the learning environments we design? How do we re-engage ourselves in the craft that we are drawn to, and often find joy within? Together, through the sharing of experiences, a series of interactive discussions and the presentation of a collection of strategies, we will explore new methods for revitalizing our online experiences, courses, and craft.

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Melissa Loble

SVP, CS & Partnerships, Instructure
Melissa Loble serves as the Senior Vice President, Customer Success & Partnerships for Instructure. In this capacity, she leads Instructure's customer success, services, support, and partnership organizations, all of which enable customers to successfully leverage Instructure’s... Read More →


Friday March 29, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am PDT
20 - Athletic Center
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10:00am PDT

Behind the Wizard’s Curtain: Approaches for Successful Integration of Formative Assessment
Formative assessment (FA) as a best practice has been a focal point for numerous professional development workshops. Participants generally leave these workshops with a list of activities emphasizing the nature of FA as assessment “for” learning and the idea of a feedback cycle to improve learning. Integration of FA in course design, specifically linking assessment and instruction while also ensuring FA is relevant to the learner and instructor, is not commonly addressed. This session will provide the foundation to move from theory into practice when integrating formative assessment while maintaining a backwards design approach to course design and course alignment.


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Sarah Martin

Instructor (Anthropology) and Chair of Institutional Teaching and Learning Committee, Spokane Falls Community College


Friday March 29, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
15-203

10:00am PDT

Do Not Fear the Code! – HTML in Canvas for Non-Coders
Buttons, backgrounds, and borders, oh my! In this session, we’ll demystify the scary HTML Editor and show you how to create beautiful (and accessible!) spaces in Canvas. No coding experience required! If you can copy and paste, you can create! Don’t forget your laptop if you want to play along!


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Danielle Casey

I've made a career out of being obnoxiously helpful, overwhelmingly curious, and undeniably enthusiastic.


Friday March 29, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
16-106

10:00am PDT

Psychology of Choice: Driving Learner Engagement with Meaningful Choice
A reliable strategy for increasing student engagement is embedding meaningful choices into course content. According to the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), offering choices around objective attainment “can develop self-determination, pride in accomplishment, and increase the degree to which [learners] feel connected to their learning” (CAST). We will present a working model for creating meaningful choice in online learning that we have successfully implemented in a Lifespan Psychology course at Tacoma Community College. This model provides an appropriate level of autonomy and choice without sacrificing structural imperatives like objective alignment or clarity of progression pathways and expectations.


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Deb Padden

eLearning Support Specialist, Tacoma Community College


Friday March 29, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
16-208

10:00am PDT

Sponsor Session: Making STEM Content Usable for Diverse Learners
Making STEM content accessible is not something most faculty and instructors have been taught. As a result, many are unconsciously creating barriers in courses for learners with diverse needs, including students with disabilities. This presentation will highlight the main barriers in STEM content, and what faculty and instructors can do about them. This will lead to a conversation about what campuses need to start doing to ensure an equitable, usable learning environment with specific focus regarding STEM content. Lastly, an update will be provided regarding how Ally is planning to address this problem.


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Krista Greear

Accessibility Strategist, Ally Blackboard

Sponsors

Friday March 29, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
15-302

10:00am PDT

Zoom Room for Education
Zoom refers to a company that provides video conferencing software, and this session will present our “Zoom Room Project” recently developed at Wenatchee Valley College, leveraging the Zoom technology for instructional purposes. Join us for an overview of the project and experience our Zoom Room for Education as we showcase the technology, and present a live video tour of our classroom.


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Brad Cushman

IT Specialist, Wenatchee Valley College
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Wendy Glenn

Admin Assistant to the Dean of Libraries & IT, Wenatchee Valley College
I assist the Dean in both the Library and IT areas. Part of my job is to navigate all the myriad of forms we need filled out to purchase, travel, attend training, get paid, etc, etc. Having a strong background in technology, I work to make these projects and tasks easier and more... Read More →


Friday March 29, 2019 10:00am - 10:45am PDT
15-202

10:00am PDT

Engaged learning in community: At WACC and in your Canvas course
There’s a definite learning curve to facilitating engaging online instruction and this workshop will offer participants opportunity to learn from our failures and successes (as well as share their own) and highlights of best practices we found in the literature. We’ll discuss building an intentional culture of community into your classes and substantive engagement with social presence, socratic questions, synchronous course elements and more. Participants will work together on developing immediately actionable and specific techniques they can employ.


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Heather Newcomer

Instructor, Olympic College
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Marisa Petrich

Instructional Design Librarian, UW Tacoma Library
Hello! I'm Marisa. I'm an instructional design librarian, active learning/inclusive design/OER enthusiast, and animal meme lover. Let's talk!


Friday March 29, 2019 10:00am - 11:45am PDT
16-220

10:00am PDT

Onboarding Faculty: Community & Teaching Practices
Two colleges will share how Canvas has helped leverage onboarding of new faculty. Effective teaching practices are infused through the onboarding course that enables faculty to experience Canvas from a student perspective. The course gives faculty immediately applicable teaching practices they can use to support and engage their students through the use of Canvas. The onboarding course’s purpose is to:
• purposefully welcome and make connections;
• increase institutional scholarship and engagement;
• increase reflective practices and metacognitive awareness;
• introduce evidence-based and equity-minded teaching strategies to maximize student learning.


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Margaret Balachowski

Associate Dean of Teaching and Learning, Everett Community College
On boarding new faculty, inclusive pedagogy, formative assessment techniques
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Rhonda DeWitt

Manager, Engagement & Learning, Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWTech)


Friday March 29, 2019 10:00am - 11:45am PDT
15-301

11:00am PDT

Flip It! Transform Hybrid Office Hours to Engaging Learning Communities
In this session learn strategies used by one Chemistry Instructor in face-to-face, hybrid and online courses to effectively increase student participation in learning outside of the classroom. How? By turning office hours into dynamic, responsive study sessions and utilizing Canvas to identify and reach out to students who may be struggling. The result has increased student success & engagement, decreased instructor time spent on emails & grading, and builds a community of collaborative learners working together for a common goal. Sound too good to be true? Come and see for yourself. This session includes helpful non-discipline specific tips on how to implement these strategies in your classroom.


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Caroline Pew

Faculty, North Seattle College
I strongly believe in the transformative power of education. I believe that education changes how we feel about ourselves and the world around us. Education empowers us through knowledge acquisition, confidence building and learning how to exert effort with impact! Check out the link... Read More →


Friday March 29, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am PDT
16-221

11:00am PDT

Louder, for the @slackers in the back(channel)! Increasing student interaction and engagement
In this presentation, we introduce Slack, a workplace messaging app with over 10 million daily users that aims to make email go the way of corded landlines. As a tool in the classroom, Slack can increase the types and frequency of peer-to-peer and peer-to-professor interactions and decrease repetitive and lengthy student emails from your inbox. While it’s a platform suitable for face-to-face, hybrid, and online classrooms, each distinct modality reveals Slack’s various purposes, capacities, and strengths. From online group work to real-time backchannel to crowdsourcing student questions, we share how we have used Slack in our classes over two years, what students need to get started, and their feedback. All participants will leave with hands-on experience in a Slack channel as well as ideas for how to immediately implement it in their own classes.


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Friday March 29, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am PDT
16-206

11:00am PDT

Ten Ways to Make your Online Classes More Interactive and Engaging
Are you running out of ideas on how to engage your online students and make your classes more interactive? Join this practical workshop during which you will get the great hands-on tips and tricks and suggestions that go from live online classes, Apps, conferencing, games and meaningful quizzes in one single space: Canvas!


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Raquel Poteet

student, Renton Technical College
Hi!I’m Raquel Poteet and I was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil. I have been in the U.S for nine years and decided to become a citizen a year and a half ago. I’ve been teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) for over 20 years and I love what I do. I speak three languages and, teaching... Read More →


Friday March 29, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am PDT
09-101/109

11:00am PDT

The Power of Voice: Podcasting
What if you knew that you didn’t need expensive equipment, a recording studio or years of editing experience to create a simple podcast or podcast series of your own? What could your students learn from listening to you talk about interesting or complex topics from your class? Podcasting has become a popular platform for many types of communicators and storytellers. Join us to learn how to add podcasting to your instructional and communication toolkits for all modes of learning.


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https://pierce.instructure.com/courses/1772285

Speakers
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Renee Phoenix

Instructional Designer, Pierce College
Let's talk about UDL, online course design, design thinking, digital storytelling for teaching, podcasting, coffee, our pets, & chocolate!


Friday March 29, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am PDT
16-108

11:00am PDT

Utilize Google Apps to engage students and streamline your course
Google Apps plays nicely with Canvas. Learn how to add a variety of Google Apps in Canvas to create collaborative documents, interactive images, and polls which can engage your students in different ways. Streamline your workflow by managing your syllabus and other documents within the Canvas environment, such as feedback comment banks, resource pages, and sign-up sheets. Bring your laptop to participate with interactive documents and easily explore the resources.

View open Canvas course with examples and my slide presentation: https://wwu.instructure.com/courses/1316980

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Curt Pavia

Learning Technologist, Western Washington University Libraries
I'm terrible at writing quirky little snippets in these bios.


Friday March 29, 2019 11:00am - 11:45am PDT
16-208

11:45am PDT

Lunch
provided by The Vault Catering

BOX LUNCHES
All box lunches include bottled water and a fresh baked chocolate chip cookie. Sandwiches include potato salad and chips. Salads include a roll and butter.

SANDWICHESCALIFORNIA CLUB
grilled chicken breast, sweet chipotle bacon, guacamole, pepperjack cheese, lettuce and tomato on a ciabatta thin roll
TURKEY & HAVARTI
roasted turkey, havarti cheese, cranberry chutney, lettuce and tomato on a multigrain ciabatta roll
HAM & BRIE
smoked ham, prosciutto, brie, apricot mustard and spring mix on a french demi baguette
ITALIAN SUB
smoked ham, salami, provolone cheese, tomato, pepper relish and arugula on a focaccia roll

SALADSSUPERFOOD SALAD (vegan & gluten sensitive)
baby spinach, quinoa, walnuts, celery, dried apricots and cranberries with a honey raspberry vinaigrette
CLASSIC COBB
romaine, grilled chicken breast, diced bacon, bleu cheese crumbles, diced tomatoes, avocado slices, sliced egg and ranch dressing
CHICKEN CAESAR
romaine, grilled chicken breast, shaved parmesan, croutons, lemon wedge and caesar dressing
HONEY MUSTARD CHICKEN (gluten free)
romaine, marinated chicken breast, diced bacon, diced grape tomatoes, avocado slices, roasted corn and honey mustard dressing
SOUTHWEST CHIPOTLE SALAD (gluten free)
romaine, chipotle chicken breast, roasted corn, peppers, black beans, diced tomatoes, cotija cheese, cilantro and chipotle ranch dressing

Friday March 29, 2019 11:45am - 1:00pm PDT
20 - Athletic Center
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