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Sunday, October 15
 

2:00pm

Demystifying Alt Text: Painting a Picture with Words
For people with visual impairments, perceptions about the world are created with the senses, but how does sensory input translate to graphics in the online learning environment? Providing information-rich educational graphics is a cornerstone of many online courses; however, ensuring they are accessible to all learners can sometimes be a challenge for faculty. In this session, participants will learn how to provide descriptive alternative text and how to utilize the context of an image to inform the text replacement. Participants will work in small groups to discuss and present alternative text for a variety of graphics, such as maps, graphs, bar charts, diagrams, and art work.

Presenters
avatar for Amy Netzel

Amy Netzel

Instructional Designer/Web Accessibility Spc, Durham Technical Community College
A Wisconsin native who grew up in North Carolina, Amy holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology, a master’s degree in education, and has 15 years’ experience in the education field. Her experience in developing learning content and interacting with students spans the classroo... Read More →


Sunday October 15, 2017 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Reynolds

2:00pm

Get Ready for Gen Z
Finally getting a handle on how to reach Millennials? Time to move on - the next generation is already here. This session will look at some characteristics of the upcoming Gen Z and how they are shaping the marketplace and the classroom. Who are Gen Z and how can we best serve these digital natives? Come see how you can use your knowledge of Gen Z learners to increase your engagement and retention.

Presenters
avatar for Tracy Cheatham

Tracy Cheatham

Associate Professor, Wake Technical Community College
Lover of science, technology and books.



Sunday October 15, 2017 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Cameron

2:00pm

Duct Tape & Google Docs
Google Docs has evolved into far more than a substitute for Microsoft Office. With built-in sharing and collaboration, anytime online access, versioning, and other features available, the Google Doc suite should be a must-have and go-to toolset for all educators. Bring a device if you've got it, and see collaboration and convenience in a whole new light. From shared syllabi to a better wiki, from office door replication to assignment instructions, from schedule building to team cheatsheets… you'll be amazed by the things that you haven't thought of doing in your online teaching.

Presenters
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D.I. von Briesen

Central Piedmont Community College


Sunday October 15, 2017 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Smith

3:30pm

Feature Presentation: Preparing Students to E-Learn Effectively
How can we help students assess their readiness and prepare for online learning? A group of researchers and educators has been working on this question since 2003, and the result is eLearnReady, a free online advising system that lets students assess their readiness for online learning and provides written study tips and video tutorials based upon their learning preferences. In addition, eLearnReady gives instructors access to data about students' abilities, offering insights that can help them tailor their teaching to boost learners' success. Come learn about the research that went into developing this tool and how you can employ it to help your students be ready for e-learning.

Presenters
avatar for Corey Lee

Corey Lee

Project Leader/Webmaster, Associate Professor, Coastal Carolina University
Dr. Lee constructed eLearnReady’s interactive website and strategized methods for sharing eLearnReady with teachers from across the U.S. Throughout his teaching career, he developed strong interests in the areas of distance education, mobile learning, interactive multimedia, an... Read More →
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Sherri Restauri

Director, Office of Online Learning, Coastal Carolina University
Dr. Restauri has served in academia for 17 years as instructional designer, faculty member, and administrator over Online Learning at several universities. Her research focus is improving teaching and learning across all teaching modalities through technology, with specific inter... Read More →



Sunday October 15, 2017 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Chimney Rock

5:00pm

Opening Night Reception

Join us for hors d’oeuvres, conversation, and networking. (Cash bar available.)

Sponsored by the generous donation of Canvas by Instructure


Sunday October 15, 2017 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Blowing Rock
 
Monday, October 16
 

TBA

Lightboard Demonstration (all day / sign up)

Monday, October 16, 8:30 am - 12:15 pm and 2:30 - 4:15 pm

  • Sign up at the Outerbanks Boardroom door for your personal demo session

View a PREVIEW VIDEO of the lightboard in action!


Stop by the Rockingham Community College demonstration area to check out the lightboard! Take a few moments to get under the lights and see yourself on camera. While you're at it, take away a copy of the specs so that you can begin a build project at your institution. The lightboard allows instructors to create video lectures that include dramatic illumination of hand drawn information. This tool, easily developed in house, allows instructors to create more engaging and dynamic online course content.

 


Presenters
avatar for Bridgette Gloster

Bridgette Gloster

Rockingham Community College
avatar for Kristin Merritt

Kristin Merritt

Online Student Support & Technology Specialist, Rockingham Community College
avatar for Maggie Murray

Maggie Murray

Instructional Designer, Rockingham Community College



Monday October 16, 2017 TBA
Outerbanks Boardroom

7:30am

Continental Breakfast

Enjoy a continental breakfast and take some time to visit with our many conference vendors. (Vendors are located nearby in Pinehurst/Tanglewood)


Monday October 16, 2017 7:30am - 8:30am
Lobby

8:30am

Meeting Accessibility: An Update on the Status of NC Community Colleges
This session will provide an overview of the state of accessibility at NC community colleges. It has been over five years since the Office of Civil Rights contacted the system office and put colleges on notice to develop a compliance plan. This session will be presented by the VLC Accessibility Team and will include ways the team has helped colleges meet compliance.

Presenters
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Candace Holder

Vice President/CIO Surry Community College, Virtual Learning Community


Monday October 16, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Reynolds

8:30am

Fostering Civic Learning in Online Classes
"I'm not comfortable discussing certain topics. I don't want to offend anyone." Many of us who teach online, especially subjects in the behavioral and social sciences that deal with cultural issues, have probably encountered this sentiment. Why is there a reluctance among many students to engage these topics? Session attendees will see a presentation of findings from a study into the experience of emerging adults regarding online civic learning and learn strategies for encouraging debate.

Presenters
avatar for Gary Ritter

Gary Ritter

Executive Director of Learning Technology Services, Central Piedmont Community College
Teacher and leader at Central Piedmont Community College interested in history instruction, online learning, civic learning and learning technology



Monday October 16, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Cape Fear 2nd floor

8:30am

Inclusion of Traditional, Non-Traditional & Early College Students in Distance Learning Culture
Although online education originally catered to non-traditional students, the influx of online programs, institutions, and resources have allowed a larger demographic of students to enroll in online programs and courses. This new demographic, however, is creating a new demand for multi-media technology, resources, and interactive learning that can cater to multi-generational learners. This presentation will address different methods of instruction that will cater to this new generation of learners.

Presenters
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Meghan Barnes

Shaw University


Monday October 16, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Cape Hatteras 2nd floor

8:30am

Impact of Using eScience Lab Kit on Pharmacy Tech Program Enrollment
The presentation will discuss the implementation of a distance learning option to overcome accessibility barriers and increase enrollment in the Pharmacy Technology Program. We will also review of the utilization of the eScience Kit for pharmacy Technicians to meet the laboratory requirements of the Pharmacy Practice I course offered online at at Vance-Granville community College.

Presenters
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Jan Benedict

eScience Labs
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Erica Fleming

Vance Granville Community College
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Brenda Harvey

Vance Granville Community College


Monday October 16, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Mendenhall

8:30am

Open Educational Resources (OERs): What You Need to Know
Open Educational Resources (OERs) offer a wide range of benefits to students and instructors. There are increasing options for leaving the traditional (expensive) textbook behind. How can instructors identify quality instructional materials with a minimum of effort? What are the benefits to students? This interactive program will explore various resources for instructors interested in using OERs to enhance learning.

Presenters
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David Wright

Assoc. Dean of Learning Resource, Surry Community College



Monday October 16, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Biltmore/Hope

8:30am

Our Journey Towards Completing F2F Facilitator Certification was Kind of Like Pneumonia!
Forsyth Tech adopted Quality Matters in Fall 2016. We've experienced the Applying the Quality Matters Rubric face-to-face (F2F) workshop, the Peer Review Certification (PRC), and the F2F Facilitator Certification (FFC). When completing the PRC and FFC, two people compared the experience to being in a doctoral program. In this presentation, we will discuss how Quality Matters transformed our campus and why some aspects of adoption compared to being in a doctoral program.

Presenters
avatar for James Cook

James Cook

Dean, Center for Transformative Learnin, Forsyth Technical Community College


Monday October 16, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Smith

8:30am

Build your own Avatar Scenario Video
A sampler kit accompanied by step-by-step instructions will enable participants to construct their own avatar scenario video as a take-away. Examples of the instructional use of the avatar scenario videos will be demonstrated. Participants will need to provide their own laptop loaded with the current version of Microsoft PowerPoint.

Presenters
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David Smith

Virtual Learning Community


Monday October 16, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Bellamy

8:30am

Lights! Smartphone! Action!
It's a good bet that you have a video camera in your pocket. Did you know you can make fun, quality video with your smartphone? You can learn tips for shooting and sharing engaging video that enriches your students’ experience and lets you leverage your team’s expertise to create robust collaborative projects. Come to this session to learn about equipment, tips, and strategies for producing smartphone video.

Presenters
avatar for Mercer Bufter

Mercer Bufter

Instructional Technologist, Alamance Community College
I have worked in education in a variety of ways, from composition to literature to ESL. Now I'm passionate about instructional design, educational resources like games and video, and all kinds of media. | Check out a presentation trailer at https://youtu.be/Z0K6e8RKKss.


Monday October 16, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Cameron

9:30am

Adventures in Accessibility - Pitfalls and Progress on the Path to Compliance in the Virtual Classroom
With the wide variety of digital content used by faculty (created internally and by vendors), tackling accessibility can be daunting. From our implementation experience, we will be sharing what we've accomplished, challenges we've faced (and are still facing), and an overview of what's on the road ahead.

Presenters
avatar for Aimee Durham

Aimee Durham

Educational Technology Coordinator, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College
avatar for Faith Jelley

Faith Jelley

Director of Distance Education, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College
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Debra NeeSmith

Rowan-Cabarrus Community College



Monday October 16, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Reynolds

9:30am

The Four P's of Online Learning
The best online learning experiences are made up of more than direct instruction and assessment. Designing a successful online course requires attention to four key elements: personalization, place, presence, and persuasion. In this working session, we will explore tools to use to personalize the user experience, techniques to foster a sense of place to make the course a learning destination, increase the perceived presence of the instructor, and use persuasive design to improve engagement.

Presenters
avatar for Kristin Isler

Kristin Isler

UX Designer, Remote-Learner
Instructional Designer turned UX Designer that wants to create the best learning experience possible.



Monday October 16, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Cameron

9:30am

Online Advisor Training - Strategies for Success
Effective, engaging academic advising is critical to student retention and success but how do you start to train advisors online? We will look at strategies, key factors and barriers to developing online advisor training and how it can be assessed so that we know it is working. Let's create training for advisors that helps foster an effective, positive advising culture and creates buy-in. Techniques for modifying advising training for different advisor populations will be explored too!

Presenters
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Scott Byington

Dean, Arts, Sciences and Advising, Central Carolina Community College


Monday October 16, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Mendenhall

9:30am

Dollar Theater presents: “Captain Interactive and the Code from Planet H5P!”
For years, the universe has been ruled by the evil, maniacal Doctor Flash. BUT NO MORE! Finally, a hero has emerged to save the day... Join us for a feature presentation of H5P, a new FREE HTML5-based interactive activity creation tool for Moodle. With H5P, teachers are finally able to easily and quickly create engaging, interactive course content. Attendees will be able to immediately make their own interactive course content, and take their courses from "boring" to "soaring" in no time!

Presenters
avatar for Nicole Allen

Nicole Allen

Admin Asst. to Distance Learning and Art Instructor, Pitt Community College
I love digging deep into course design, pedagogy, accessibility, and drawing!
avatar for Mike Clendenen

Mike Clendenen

Director of DIstance Learning, Pitt Community College
Computer Technology | Graphics Arts | Photography | Science Fiction | Cinema
avatar for Ken Peel

Ken Peel

Content Creation Specialist, Pitt Community College
Bass guitar | Piano | The Beach | Hanging out with my grandson | Computer Graphics



Monday October 16, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Cape Fear 2nd floor

9:30am

One Size Fits None: Making Education More Accessible, Affordable, and Engaging
The traditional one-size-fits-all education model is evolving. Simply digitizing content fails to meet the needs of today's teachers, students, and workforce. Explore how NextGen Learning and Open Educational Resources are increasing student engagement, outcomes, and retention, improving workforce preparedness, and reducing costs. NextGen Learning and open education opened the door to modernize education. It's now time to explore where that door leads.

Presenters
avatar for Leah Bishop

Leah Bishop

Manager of Academic Success, Odigia
Before joining Odigia, Leah taught Chemistry and Physics, worked on multiple committees to create curriculum that aligned with changing education standards, and trained instructors in using technology effectively in their classrooms. Leah’s passion for education and technology... Read More →
avatar for Joshua Moe

Joshua Moe

Founder/CEO, Odigia
Josh brings over 15 years of experience leading technology design and development teams for small, medium & large organizations. Josh spent over 4 years working in Boston’s higher-ed IT space, where his passion for education technology helped him identify opportunities to impro... Read More →


Monday October 16, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Biltmore/Hope

9:30am

Adventures of the Instructional Designer: Finding the Course Map Treasure
Instructional Designers from Forsyth Tech and Rockingham Community College will share their collaborative course mapping processes for faculty. Attendees will be given examples of multiple course mapping models that address a wide range of curriculum needs and pedagogical skill levels. Examples include course maps for Quality Matters courses, CBE programs, OER classes, and basic course mapping for new faculty. Join in the conversation as we share ways to navigate our courses for success.

Presenters
avatar for Maggie Murray

Maggie Murray

Instructional Designer, Rockingham Community College
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Leanne Wieland

Instructional Designer-Faculty Development Lead, Forsyth Technical Community College


Monday October 16, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Smith

9:30am

The Sound of Resources and All That Jazz
Introducing... System-wide digital resources...Free to your faculty and students... Access at the click of a button... Unlimited use... No experience necessary! The cast includes STAT!Ref, Late Nite Labs, ADAM, V-Scope Explorer, NROC and NCLOR. And, back by popular demand is the VLC and Blackboard Student Services Helpdesk. Come meet our newest cast member, the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center Lecture Series! Come join the show!

Presenters
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Kathy Davis

Director of Distance Learning, NC Community College System



Monday October 16, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Bellamy

9:30am

Isothermal Community College Student Bridge
Join us to learn about the Isothermal Community College Student Bridge project. The Student Bridge project began with the VLC online student readiness moodle course and expanded to include information on other technologies Moodle and Outlook. The presentation covers the progress of the project to the current status as well as the plans for the future.

Presenters
avatar for Ashley Day

Ashley Day

Biology Instructor, Isothermal Community College
avatar for Jo James

Jo James

Isothermal Community College



Monday October 16, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Cape Hatteras 2nd floor

10:30am

All Access
Accessibility not only applies to students but also instructors. In this session, participants will be exposed to a real-life situation with a visually impaired instructor and his service dog. The instructional designer who assisted him will be at the session along with the visually impaired instructor and his service dog. This session will provide faculty and instructional designers with best practices for ensuring their faculty can access/teach content regardless of disability.

Presenters
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John Dyson

Mitchell Community College
avatar for Meredith Moore

Meredith Moore

Instructional Designer, Mitchell Community College



Monday October 16, 2017 10:30am - 11:15am
Reynolds

10:30am

Copyright, The Teach Act, and Fair Use
After a brief history of copyright to demonstrate why this is important, we will touch on the Teach Act and how this section of the copyright law allows us to use copyrighted material in our classrooms. The majority of the time will then be spent on Fair Use and the guidelines used to determine Fair Use of copyrighted material in our online classrooms.

Presenters
avatar for Doug Hummer

Doug Hummer

Coordinator - Instructional Design & Development, Wake Technical Community College
Designing online instruction. | Copyright and Fair Use. | Faculty professional development.



Monday October 16, 2017 10:30am - 11:15am
Cape Hatteras 2nd floor

10:30am

It's not just course design...it's EPIC
Wake Tech has launched a collaborative plan based on best practices in eLearning, accessibility concepts, and universal design for learning to reduce barriers in online learning. Whether faculty are new to online teaching, or experienced online educators, EPIC helps them master the skills to develop accessible, engaging, and user-friendly online courses. Learn how Wake Tech’s quality enhancement plan provides consistency to students and enhances online learning, and learn our methods for managing the changes for faculty, staff, and students.

Presenters
avatar for Emily Holliday

Emily Holliday

Coordinator, eLearning Support, Wake Technical Community College
Emily began as an eLearning Technologist at Wake Tech in December of 2014 and transitioned to her role as Coordinator of eLearning Support in January of 2017. She holds an undergraduate degree in information systems as well as a master’s in business administration and a master... Read More →
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Beverly House

Wake Technical Community College
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Angela Washington

Wake Technical Community College
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Patrick Williams

Wake Technical Community College



Monday October 16, 2017 10:30am - 11:15am
Cameron

10:30am

Targeted Review for Career Pathways
Let's discuss new models for targeted review that help renew student motivation while accelerating a path to career goals. Personalized online review can help learners refresh for core requirements in their chosen field of study; co-requisite or supplemental instruction may even allow for remediation while enrolled in other courses. We will introduce low- and no-cost online tools from the non-profit NROC Project designed to support learner-centered instruction.

Presenters
avatar for Angie Smajstrla

Angie Smajstrla

Regional Membership Mgr, The NROC Project
Angie Smajstrla graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelor of Business in Marketing. Wanting to learn more about online education, she obtained her Master’s Degree in Business from the University of Phoenix. Having spent over 15 years in education wit... Read More →



Monday October 16, 2017 10:30am - 11:15am
Mendenhall

10:30am

eLev8 Your Online Courses
Do you want to help instructors improve the quality of their online courses? Find out how CPCC uses a fun and interactive way for faculty to apply the principles of the Quality Matters system without making the 43 Specific Review Standards overwhelming to achieve all at once. Our eLev8 Challenge utilizes the Quality Matters program as a benchmark for quality course design and provides instructors with personalized support in meeting the standards.

Presenters
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Joy Scott

Central Piedmont Community College
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Betsy Ziskind

Instructional Developer II, Central Piedmont Community College
Presentation: https://www.emaze.com/@AORFIOZTC/


Monday October 16, 2017 10:30am - 11:15am
Smith

10:30am

UNC Cancer Network/NC Community College Oncology Lecture Series - A Look Behind the Scenes
Since the fall of 2016, the UNC Cancer Network has been partnering with the NC Community College System to provide a lecture series with presentations focused on providing introductory oncology information for students in health sciences programs. This session will provide an overview of this program and offer a behind the scenes look at how the program is produced and broadcast. Information will also be shared about how the lecture recordings are now available as open-access online courses.

Presenters
avatar for Alan Brown

Alan Brown

Continuing Education Specialist, UNC Cancer Network
Alan has been the Continuing Education Specialist for the UNC Cancer Network in July of 2016. Alan has over 12 years of experience in education, professional development, and technology. Prior to coming to UNC, Alan held positions at several public school districts across the sta... Read More →



Monday October 16, 2017 10:30am - 11:15am
Bellamy

10:30am

Automating Lectures
I teach psychology and have for 13 years. I recorded my lectures and placed them online for my students. It occurred to me that students with hearing issues could not listen to them as easily and to be ADA compliant I transcribed the lectures. I decided to take the transcribed lectures and make them more interactive by placing them into an online book format with interactive games. Next I plan to make it available for other instructors. [ http://psych.techscholia.com/book/chapters/Preface.html ]

Presenters
avatar for Rodger Rossman

Rodger Rossman

Associate professor of psychology, College of the Albemarle
I love computers and have three computer and electronic AAS degrees as well as advanced coursework in networking from Ga.Tech and electronics from MIT. I have 6 cats, a dog and a wife (who also loves computers). My masters is in psychology. I have been an online instructor... Read More →



Monday October 16, 2017 10:30am - 11:15am
Cape Fear 2nd floor

10:30am

Creating Simulations and Interactive eLearning Content with ThingLink.com
ThingLink.com is a powerful tool for creating rich, interactive eLearning content. Add popup images, embedded video, the Google Suite, audio, and annotations to ANY image imaginable! Create guided tours, interactive quizzes, and simulations. We'll look at WHY this tool is powerful and HOW to create with it, and discuss some cool ways instructors are using it to deliver content. Finally, we'll demo making your own 360 images for ThingLink using Google Street View (360 requires premium account).

Presenters
avatar for Phil Baucom

Phil Baucom

eLearning Designer, Stanly Community College
Instructional designer by day, daddy, husband, pastor and graphic designer by...the rest of the day...and night...and weekends. Also I'm a pirate. Proof? Click AHOY! and/or ARRRGH!... Read More →


Monday October 16, 2017 10:30am - 11:15am
Biltmore/Hope

11:30am

Creating Accessible Graphs with MathType and Desmos
In this presentation we will demonstrate a way to create accessible graphs using MathType software and the Desmos site. We have developed an automated process that creates accessible graphs for math, chemistry, and physics.

Presenters
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Andre Anglin

Wake Technical Community College
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Darrin Evans

Director, Virtual Learning Community


Monday October 16, 2017 11:30am - 12:15pm
Cape Fear 2nd floor

11:30am

Designing Courses Using the VLC Development Approach
VLC course design creates a learning environment which is conducive to various learning styles by delivering content in multiple formats. In this workshop, you will explore strategies for developing content in various formats by using visuals, audio and video to engage a diverse set of learners. You will explore the research-based foundation of why this approach to learning design is effective, while viewing examples from a variety of VLC courses that are available free for your college.

Presenters
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Candace Holder

Vice President/CIO Surry Community College, Virtual Learning Community
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David Smith

Virtual Learning Community


Monday October 16, 2017 11:30am - 12:15pm
Cape Hatteras 2nd floor

11:30am

Key Must Have LMS Features
An LMS is an enterprise level tool used to meet online education initiatives. When discussing, implementing, or using an LMS, conversations turn to key features of what the LMS can and cannot do. In determining LMS feature needs, understanding the long term goals and outcomes in using the LMS is key to ensure a proper set of features to be included. This presentation will cover must-have LMS features to help your understanding of these features and how they can help meet your college's needs.

Presenters
avatar for Cyndi Bishop

Cyndi Bishop

Premier Case Manager, Remote-Learner
avatar for Don Hazelwood

Don Hazelwood

Sr. Account Manager, Remote-Learner


Monday October 16, 2017 11:30am - 12:15pm
Mendenhall

11:30am

Ready to Teach: A Resource for Online Instructors
What do instructors teaching online need to know? Ready to Teach (readytoteach.uncg.edu) is an instructional suite of 30-minute modules designed to help online instructors navigate the stages of online course development and teaching. The four modules — Plan, Develop, Teach, and Evaluate — provide insights from online instructors, key concepts, interactive examples, and templates to apply to one's own online course. This session will explore how RTT was developed and how you can utilize the site.

Presenters
avatar for Susie Boles

Susie Boles

Assistant Director of Instructional Design, UNC Greensboro
As an instructional designer at UNCG and doctoral candidate at NC State University, I enjoy discussing online course development and website development, game-based learning, online faculty support, and other instructional design topics.
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Miranda Lim

Instructional Technology Consultant, UNC Greensboro



Monday October 16, 2017 11:30am - 12:15pm
Reynolds

11:30am

Engaging the Learner: Operation Graduating Gilbert
Graduating Gilbert is a gamified, spy-themed online psychology course designed as part of a grant project to increase student success for at-risk students. This session describes the strategies implemented based on the Community of Inquiry Model, featuring a narrative with a multicultural cast of characters, and reflections to encourage a growth mindset. Videos are sprinkled throughout the course, contributing to the overall course mission of helping "Gilbert" graduate.

Presenters
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Shelley Evans

Instructional Designer, Wake Technical Community College
My name is Shelley Evans. In 2015, I completed a PhD in Psychology with emphasis in Cognition and Instruction. I have been an instructional designer at Wake Technical Community College since October 2016. In 2009, I started teaching online as an adjunct faculty at Grand Canyon... Read More →
avatar for Chris Roddenberry

Chris Roddenberry

Associate Professor, Wake Technical Community College
I am interested in using technology to push the limits of educational delivery.



Monday October 16, 2017 11:30am - 12:15pm
Biltmore/Hope

11:30am

Adopting an Open Educational Resource (OER) Degree Pathway
Forsyth Tech is one of 38 community colleges participating in the OER Degree Initiative, sponsored by Achieving the Dream. The Initiative is a three-year grant designed to reduce barriers to access and completion. In this presentation, we will share our experiences from adoption to first-year implementation. This includes lessons learned during the first year along with a set of best practices that were adopted by our faculty development and instructional design center.

Presenters
avatar for James Cook

James Cook

Dean, Center for Transformative Learnin, Forsyth Technical Community College
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Joel Welch

Forsyth Technical Community College


Monday October 16, 2017 11:30am - 12:15pm
Cameron

11:30am

What is new in the NCLOR!
This presentation will discuss the new content available within the NC Learning Object Repository (NCLOR). It will cover updates to the current collections as well as a new series added to the service within recent months. The presentation will also review the process of accessing the NCLOR via LMSs and from the main application interface.

Presenters
avatar for Jonathon Sweetin

Jonathon Sweetin

NC Community College System



Monday October 16, 2017 11:30am - 12:15pm
Bellamy

11:30am

Forget Flipping the Classroom — Flip the Discussion!
Remaking distance learning doesn’t require lights; just a cell phone camera and some action. Traditional discussion board -- meet FlipGrid, an app that brings students' authentic voice to the stage in an effort to narrow the distance in online learning. It's like SnapChat for education, but with the privacy, accessibility and other needed features to be feasible. And, it's changing the online experience for students at South Piedmont Community College. Will you come flip with us?

Presenters
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Kamisha Kirby

South Piedmont Community College



Monday October 16, 2017 11:30am - 12:15pm
Smith

12:30pm

Main Attraction: Luncheon & Keynote

Presenters
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Dr. Lodge McCammon

Educational Consultant and Active Learning Innovator
Dr. McCammon’s instructional methods, research, stories, and songs have inspired thousands around the world to make significant changes in the way they teach and learn. Most notably, he has developed resources and strategies that have helped many instructors move from passive... Read More →


Monday October 16, 2017 12:30pm - 2:15pm
Carolina Ballroom

2:30pm

Video Best Practices: Tools and Techniques to Make Video More Accessible and Engaging
The presenters will cover best practices used at Davidson County Community College, NC State, UNC Greensboro, and others to make video both accessible and engaging, improving outcomes for all learners in the process. Topics include how to efficiently caption video in Mediasite, YouTube, Kaltura, Blackboard Collaborate and other platforms, how video players with interactive features can increase engagement and improve learning, and why and how to caption YouTube videos that you don't own.

Presenters
avatar for Dori Lloyd

Dori Lloyd

Director, Distance Education and Instructional Technology, Davidson County Community College
avatar for Art Morgan

Art Morgan

VP Partner Development, CaptionSync by Automatic Sync Technologies



Monday October 16, 2017 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Cameron

2:30pm

Using Games to Increase Student Success in the Online Learning Environment
College environments are full of non-traditional learners (adult learners, students with children, military students, online students, married students, etc.). The theories and practices of non-traditional students like andragogy, humanism, and problem-based learning, all can be found in aspects of game-based learning (GBL). This session will show how incorporating games and GBL into the curriculum and the online environment will increase student engagement, retention, and success.

Presenters
avatar for Doug Hummer

Doug Hummer

Coordinator - Instructional Design & Development, Wake Technical Community College
Designing online instruction. | Copyright and Fair Use. | Faculty professional development.
avatar for Rachel King

Rachel King

eLearning Technologist, Wake Technical Community College
I have been at Wake Tech fora little over 8 yrs and truly enjoy working in a position that combines my love for training and technological skills. I have a very diverse background from being in the military and working in higher education. I have experience training a variety of... Read More →



Monday October 16, 2017 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Reynolds

2:30pm

Teaching Online Lab Science Courses: Challenges and Solutions
Science education has been challenged by the demands and rapid growth of online education. One challenge is how to run lab sections of science courses online. This session will include the experience of actively taking part in hands-on lab investigations developed for online science courses. These investigations have been designed for the off-campus setting while maintaining safety and college-level rigor.

Presenters
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Bobby Duke

Distance Learning Specialist, Carolina Biological Supply Company
Hello everyone! As a Distance Learning Specialist, I create hands-on lab kits that online college students can do in their homes. I also work with professors to implement and design online courses to match their learning outcomes and needs. Stop by our booth and our workshop to... Read More →
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Stephanie Songer

Distance Learning Specialist, Carolina Biological Supply Company
As a Distance Learning Specialist, I develop and manage kits that enable online college students to carry out hands-on laboratory science investigations at home. Prior to joining Carolina Biological Supply Company, I taught university-level biology courses for over 15 years.


Monday October 16, 2017 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Biltmore/Hope

2:30pm

CIS 110 OER Project
The presentation will provide an overview of the CIS 110 Open Education Resources pilot. The presention addresses how Isothermal Community College decided to custom-build open education resource content for CIS 110, a review of the three-term pilot, and a cost/benefit analysis of the CIS 110 OER Project during the pilot.

Presenters
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Ashley Day

Biology Instructor, Isothermal Community College
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Jo James

Isothermal Community College



Monday October 16, 2017 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Mendenhall/Bellamy

2:30pm

Evaluating Online Classes
Evaluating online classes is always a challenge. Online classes need to be continuously evaluated for quality control. This presentation discusses a rubric to evaluate the quality of online classes. This rubric helps administrators evaluate the quality of instruction, assignments/activities, and feedback. It highlights teaching methodology, learning styles, wording of assignments, instructors' interaction and communication skills, and other important features often overlooked in online classes.

Presenters
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Joyce Bahhouth

Bladen Community College



Monday October 16, 2017 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Cape Hatteras 2nd floor

2:30pm

Engaging the Online Student: Support for a Semi-intrusive Course Management Model
The high-tech/high-touch teaching method is an innovative online course management model. Designed to improve student perceptions in online education, this model relies on presence-enhancing communication technologies and proactive course management behaviors to increase online student engagement and in turn performance. Research collected from an experimental test, conducted during the 2016/17 school year, shows improvements in student perceptions and engagement in online classes.

Presenters
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Amy Minor

Wake Technical Community College
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Tom Rankin

Wake Technical Community College
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Chris Roddenberry

Associate Professor, Wake Technical Community College
I am interested in using technology to push the limits of educational delivery.



Monday October 16, 2017 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Smith

2:30pm

Bringing the Instructor Podium to Distance Learning Students with Echo 360
As colleges expand distance learning offerings into new courses and subject areas, it is a high priority to increase opportunities for students to engage with the material and the instructor. Is it possible to shrink the gap between online and brick-and-mortar modality even further? Wilkes Community College utilizes Echo 360 to allow distance students to view instructor recordings and presentations -- giving instructors a chance to see real-time engagement.

Presenters
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Jason Sitek

Instructional & Online Technologies Support Specialist, Wilkes Community College


Monday October 16, 2017 2:30pm - 3:15pm
Cape Fear 2nd floor

3:30pm

Making Learning Active in the Critical Thinking Course
AB Tech sought to make learning more active for students taking HUM115 at a distance through the creation of an interactive webtext. The result integrates concise exposition with hundreds of application questions to engage students and provide faculty with valuable learning analytics.

Presenters
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Gigi Derballa

Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College
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David Lindrum

Founder & Course Designer, Soomo Learning
Studying Gen Ed classes since 1986. Designing learning interactions since 1997. Focused on course design since 2004. Sharing activity analytics with faculty since 2010. Looking forward to this conference.



Monday October 16, 2017 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Cape Hatteras 2nd floor

3:30pm

Specifications Grading: An Innovative Approach to Grading
Few teachers look forward to the hours of grading they must do or compiling course outcome data. "Specifications grading" provides instructors a more efficient way to grade while still providing necessary student feedback. Assignments are graded pass/fail using a single level rubric and can be directly mapped to course learning outcomes. This presentation will provide an overview of specifications grading and discuss the experience of implementing the system in an online sociology course.

Presenters
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Julie Dillon

Davidson County Community College



Monday October 16, 2017 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Cameron

3:30pm

The State of State Authorization
This session will provide an update on the status of NC community colleges with regard to addressing state authorization requirements. The Virtual Learning Community State Authorization team provides assistance to our colleges in achieving authorization and tracks the system status. Come join the team and find out more.

Presenters
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Candace Holder

Vice President/CIO Surry Community College, Virtual Learning Community


Monday October 16, 2017 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Reynolds

3:30pm

Through the Lens of the Learning Spaces Redesign: An Example of Online Professional Development
Continuing education and professional development opportunities often do not lend themselves to a standard online format, making a micro-learning structure a more desirable delivery option. In this session, we will walk participants through Remote-Learner's new Learning Spaces training portal as a working example of a modular, micro-learning environment designed to organize compact, easily digestible "chunks" of learning into meaningful and measurable educational programs and certifications.

Presenters
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Page Chen

President & CIO, Remote-Learner
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Kimberly King

Solutions Architect, Remote-Learner



Monday October 16, 2017 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Cape Fear 2nd floor

3:30pm

Integrating the V-Scope Explorer™ Virtual Microscope Program in Seated and Online Science Courses
Microscopic observations can provide an engaging way to help students learn many principles of biology and anatomy/physiology. The goal of this session is to demonstrate the capabilities of the V-Scope Explorer™ virtual microscope program to engage students and enhance learning in Basic Biology, Microbiology, and Anatomy/Physiology courses, both seated and online. The program is available through the NCLOR to all colleges in the NC Community College system at no cost for faculty or students.

Presenters
avatar for Gary Duncan

Gary Duncan

President, Science Learning Resources, Inc.
Science Learning Resources produce the V-Scope explorer virtual microscope program. The program incorporates extensive digital slide libraries to support web-based and traditional courses in Anatomy/Physiology, Basic Biology, and Microbiology. Closed captioned video descriptions... Read More →


Monday October 16, 2017 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Mendenhall/Bellamy

3:30pm

Designing Exemplary Courses: Standards and Best Practices for Quality Online Courses
This presentation will provide:
  • An overview of common standards for quality online courses, with a specific focus on the Blackboard Exemplary Course Program (ECP)
  • Real course examples in both Blackboard Learn and Moodlerooms from two NC community colleges
  • Access to the Blackboard ECP rubric and recommendations for use
  • A review of other quality course standards and rubrics

Presenters
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Kristin Harrison

Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute
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Faith Jelley

Director of Distance Education, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College
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Carey Smouse

Sr. Customer Success Advocate, Blackboard



Monday October 16, 2017 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Smith

3:30pm

Engaging Online students with Short Video Presentations: A 'How to' Guide
Online classes can be intimidating to many students, especially those not well versed in technology. One strategy which has worked effectively in online classes is the use of short video presentations not only on certain topics but also walking students through weekly activities. This presentation will demonstrate how to use free online tools to create short video presentations as well as discuss the best approaches for building content to engage students.

Presenters
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Jason Morgan

Program Coordinator for English, Shaw University and Johnston Community College
I am the Program Coordinator of English at Shaw University. I also teach a couple of classes at Johnston Community College. I have taught online and hybrid classes using Moodle and Blackboard. I write under the pen name J. Lloyd Morgan and have written nine books. I worked in Bro... Read More →



Monday October 16, 2017 3:30pm - 4:15pm
Biltmore/Hope

4:30pm

After-Party Social

Join us for hors d’oeuvres, conversation, and networking (cash bar available).

Sponsored by the generous donation of Blackboard

 


Monday October 16, 2017 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Blowing Rock
 
Tuesday, October 17
 

8:30am

Online Teaching Boot Camp and Course Showcase
Cultivating engaging learning environments requires a passion for teaching, plans for design, and the knowledge of quality standards in teaching. Attendees will discuss good teaching based on research and view live master courses to see concrete examples of good design. By the end of this session, instructors can take away innovative ideas they can implement to improve their courses, through mindful course design based on research.

Presenters
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Susan Roberts

Haywood Community College



Tuesday October 17, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Smith

8:30am

Improving the Quality and Efficiency of Learning Management and College Systems Integration
Today, virtually every institution is using sophisticated business software to manage and track student and enrollment data. Many LMS admins struggle to efficiently synchronize user data among such systems, leading to productivity issues including delayed course availability and student enrollments. In this session, we will explore the new and improved Data Hub plugin which provides even greater functionality and usability for syncing Moodle with college data systems like Ellucian's Colleague.

Presenters
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Evelyn Harris

Vance-Granville Community College
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Kimberly King

Solutions Architect, Remote-Learner


Tuesday October 17, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Cape Fear 2nd floor

8:30am

Building Online Science Courses with Authentic Hands-on Lab Experience that Meets Our State and Community College System Educational Mission
High schools collaboratively work with the community college system to offer high quality online science courses. They recognize the benefits that students gain from taking authentic online hands-on science courses. This session will cover reasons you need online courses, how to offer and successfully meet the accountability, success, affordability, and transferability goals. The session is about new ideas to increase online standards to surpass that of traditional courses. Visit us to learn more.

Presenters
avatar for Nahel Awadallah

Nahel Awadallah

Faculty, Nash Community College
I teach traditional and online anatomy and physiology I & II at Nash Community College teaching. In addition to teaching, I present topics related to online science education in major conferences in the USA and Canada. My interest focus and research is on curriculum developme... Read More →
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Reggie Cobb

Biology Professor / Subject Matter Expert, Nash Community College
As an online Biology Instructor and the Nash Online Subject Matter Expert for Natural Sciences, I continually research and implement effective strategies for teaching science online. I enjoy sharing my passion for learning science as well as technologies that help students learn... Read More →



Tuesday October 17, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Mendenhall/Bellamy

8:30am

Affordability made easy. Discoverable, measurable, scalable, and delivered in your LMS.
Intellus Learning is seeking to make it easier for faculty to move to free resources in their courses. We have a tool that crawls OER and Library content and helps Faculty and IDs find, evaluate and adopt quality OER content, or content that your library already owns. It also helps improve Course Development Efficiencies, ties into the LMS and provides data on student engagement with OER and library resources that the institution already owns.

Presenters
avatar for Lauren Rose

Lauren Rose

Director of Institutional Partnerships, Intellus Learning
Affordability, OER, Retention, Student Success and Engagement.



Tuesday October 17, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Cape Hatteras 2nd floor

8:30am

Competency Based Education in NCCCS with Canvas and eLumen
Central Piedmont CC, Canvas by Instructure, and eLumen will be discussing their current work with CBE. There will be a focus around exploring CBE technology in Higher Education, the RFP process and why CPCC chose Instructure and eLumen, and the digital learning environment that supports the planned CBE program. The goal of this presentation will be to give other institutions a better insight into how CPCC got to this point, where the pilot is currently, and what the next phase(s) look like.

Presenters
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George Abraham

Central Piedmont Community College
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Sylvia Cini

Central Piedmont Community College
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Edwin Morales

Instructure
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Gary Ritter

Executive Director of Learning Technology Services, Central Piedmont Community College
Teacher and leader at Central Piedmont Community College interested in history instruction, online learning, civic learning and learning technology
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Brian Yuhnke

Instructure



Tuesday October 17, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Cameron

8:30am

Personalized Pathways to Success: Why the Climate of the 2+2 Model Must Incorporate Distance Learning
Responding to varying degrees of success demonstrated by 2+2 bachelor degree completion programs such as Eagle Connect and CSTEP, the growth of online-enhanced 2+2 programs is ever-increasing. Join us as we examine the correlation between online learning and community college transfer student retention and graduation. This highly engaging session addresses the implications of the use of online learning as an innovative method of degree completion -- particularly among recent high school graduates.

Presenters
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Tyesha Arnold

College Liaison, Durham Technical Community College
-College Access and Advocacy | -Student Recruitment | -First Year Experience | -Student Affairs | -Professional Development | -Educational Development
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Racheal Brooks

Coordinator, Office of e-Learning, NC Central University


Tuesday October 17, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Biltmore/Hope

8:30am

Spin It: Using Video and Simple Tech to Put a New Spin on Courses
Turn on the camera and add a new spin to your online lectures and presentations! In this session, we will explore tips and tools for using video and simple technology to enhance the learner experience and increase learner interaction and engagement with the course content. Join us as we discuss ways to create materials and learning activities that capture the attention of learners and aid in taking the distance out of distance learning. Also, get our resource list of course-enhancing tools!

Presenters
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Bridgette Gloster

Rockingham Community College
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Kristin Merritt

Online Student Support & Technology Specialist, Rockingham Community College
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Maggie Murray

Instructional Designer, Rockingham Community College



Tuesday October 17, 2017 8:30am - 9:15am
Reynolds

9:30am

Quality Inclusive e-Learning
This presentation will provide:
  • A review of current trends in accessibility and common challenges faced by institutions and faculty in delivering inclusive e-learning 
  • An overview and demo of the Blackboard Ally solution to support accessibility
  • Feedback from NCCCS clients who are already using Blackboard Ally

Presenters
avatar for Carey Smouse

Carey Smouse

Sr. Customer Success Advocate, Blackboard



Tuesday October 17, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Cape Fear 2nd floor

9:30am

Getting to Know You: 4 Interactive Ways to Launch Your Semester with a Blast
As a way to make the distance learning experience as rewarding as possible, instructors can launch their online courses using interactive introductory activities that allow students to draw from commonalities and make personal connections with their fellow peers who sit behind what can seem like a mysterious computer screen. Participants will learn four easy introductory activities that will encourage camaraderie while serving as a revelatory tool for the instructor about every student.

Presenters
avatar for Kellie Alston

Kellie Alston

Distance Education Lecturer, Early Childhood Ed., NC Central University



Tuesday October 17, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Smith

9:30am

How to be a Top Notch Distance Instructor!
In this session, we will talk about how a distance education instructor can be FITC: Fierce, Innovative, Technical and Compliant! Distance learning offers opportunities to students for education and career enhancement. Students have expectations from those who design and deliver learning sessions. Be FITC! In the worlds of Internet and computers you need to be able to fully engage participants with all kinds of skills and challenges. Hear suggested ways to make DL courses innovative!

Presenters
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Joyce Valentine

Training Manager, NC Community College System
Training both seated and virtual. Inclusion and diversity strategies in training.



Tuesday October 17, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Mendenhall/Bellamy

9:30am

Shop, Adopt, and Roll Out
Whether in traditional, blended, or online courses, Educational Technology promises innovative ways to teach and learn. But integrating a new tool or courseware is more complex than simply ordering a new textbook. New technologies impacting students and faculty will be of interest to Distance Learning Admins, Division Chairs, and LMS Admins. Join us for a conversation about how to navigate this mine field and streamline the process of shopping for, adopting, and rolling out innovative Ed Tech.

Presenters
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Cheryl Fulghum

Haywood Community College
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David Lindrum

Founder & Course Designer, Soomo Learning
Studying Gen Ed classes since 1986. Designing learning interactions since 1997. Focused on course design since 2004. Sharing activity analytics with faculty since 2010. Looking forward to this conference.



Tuesday October 17, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Cape Hatteras 2nd floor

9:30am

Bringing the Syllabus to Life
A course syllabus is typically created outside of an LMS even though its content often aligns to LMS functionality. This approach opens the door to errors, redundancies, and confusion. Remote-Learner is pleased to demonstrate an innovative new syllabus tool, designed in collaboration with educators, that streamlines the process of creating and repurposing a syllabus by making it a living component of the course it represents. See how this tool saves time and improves the utility of the syllabus.

Presenters
avatar for Geoff Horsfall

Geoff Horsfall

Product Manager, Remote-Learner
I'm very happy to be joining everyone in North Carolina. As a Product Manager for Remote-Learner, I am responsible for developing new products and features that solve our clients' problems and improve their day to day lives. You can talk to me about Moodle, reporting and analytic... Read More →


Tuesday October 17, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Cameron

9:30am

Engaging Students with Personalized Learning Environments
What makes something engaging? Visual appeal, relevance, thought-provoking, disrupts usual ways of thinking. What do these have in common? They are subjective, or personal. To make a course engaging, it has to be personal to all students. Creating personalized learning environments gives learners choices and the information and tools to learn on their own and at their own pace. Instruction is tailored to their unique needs as they move through the course, allowing them to take a more active role in learning, and engaging them in their own skills and interests to improve outcomes. This session will showcase how we can help you create personalized learning environments.

Presenters
avatar for Vik Aurora

Vik Aurora

VP-Strategic Partnerships, Focus EduVation, Inc
AD

Allie Dowd

Focus EduVation, Inc
Personalized & Adaptive Learning
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Candace Holder

Vice President/CIO Surry Community College, Virtual Learning Community


Tuesday October 17, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Biltmore/Hope

9:30am

Let There Be Light
Have you heard? Whiteboards are so old school. Why stand with your back to a room full of inquiring minds and tirelessly annotate your lectures when you can engage with the group face-to-face and still provide illustrative support as you present? The Lightboard is a glass chalkboard pumped full of light. It's for recording video lecture topics. You face toward your viewers, and your writing glows in front of you when using neon dry-erase or wet-erase markers.

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Presenters
avatar for Ramonda Davis-Carter

Ramonda Davis-Carter

Learning Technologies Specialist, Johnston Community College
I've worked at Johnston Community College for 10 years. I am currently a Blackboard Administrator, Ed2go Manager, and an Associate Producer for “Endless Opportunities”, a JCC YouTube segment. I've served as an adjunct faculty member, directed numerous workshops and training... Read More →
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Perry Frink

Instructional Designer, Johnston Community College
I am from Chadbourn, NC which is 1 hour away between Wilmington, NC and Fayetteville, NC. I am married to my wonderful wife Keysha of 11 years and we have a 7 year old son name Jaden. I love watching and playing sports. I love techno gadgets and researching about emerging tech... Read More →
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Patrick Tharpe

Johnston Community College


Tuesday October 17, 2017 9:30am - 10:15am
Reynolds

10:30am

The Oscars Brunch
Enjoy a brunch buffet fit for a Hollywood star (see menu) and presentations from community college leaders, followed by...
  • Award Presentation: Innovator of the Year
  • Special Screening: Conference Outtakes
  • NC3ADL Annual Business Meeting (Agenda)
  • Door Prizes!

Presenters
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Dr. Lisa Chapman

Senior Vice President/ Chief Academic Officer, NC Community College System
Dr. Chapman has been in the North Carolina Community College System for thirty years. She currently serves as Senior Vice President/Chief Academic Officer, a position she has held since 2014. She began her career as a biologist at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sc... Read More →
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James Parker

Sr. VP Technology Solutions & Distance Learning, NC Community College System
James (Jim) Parker is Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of the North Carolina Community College System. He has more than 20 years of executive leadership in IT operations, programs, organizational change and business development across federal/state government and the private sectors. Read Mr. Parker's full... Read More →


Tuesday October 17, 2017 10:30am - 12:30pm
Carolina Ballroom