We'd like to invite you to the eLearning Consortium of Colorado (eLCC) monthly meeting on Friday June 26 from 10 am - 130 pm. We're dividing the meeting into 2 parts with 2 different Zoom links.
The first part will consist of quick announcements and then we'll have a share out of what organizations are doing in the Fall and then discussion of any tips, tricks or technologies you started using or doing during the the time of COVID19.
10 am - 11:45 am MT Zoom for Part 1 https://ucdenver.zoom.us/j/92787069744
The second part will be a professional development session with Shea Swauger. Shea is the Department Head, Researcher Support Services for the University of Colorado Denver Auraria Library and was the Thursday keynote for the eLCC conference in April.
Noon - 1:30 pm MT Zoom for Part 2 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89330966829
Shea will be continuing on the topic of The Prison to School Pipeline of Edtech and the discussion of how technology impacts our students. Here's the keynote recording https://youtu.be/Oj8taIizTCs and the slides from the conference http://digital.auraria.edu/IR00000186/00001
eLCC June Agenda https://bit.ly/elccjune26
Hope to see you there.
Thanks! Please feel free to share this out with colleagues!
During the summer we will continue to have discussions and professional development on Online Microaggression and Dominant Culture in Technology. For already recorded sessions and resources, please go to our resources from our Diversity, Inclusion, Multiculturalism group.
At our next monthly meeting, Friday June 26, we will be joined by Shea Swauger, Auraria Campus
Library, one of our eLCC conference keynotes, for a further discussion on the Prison to School Ed Tech Pipeline and current events and petitions regarding educational technology and our students. Recording https://youtu.be/Oj8taIizTCs?t=1141, Slides http://digital.auraria.edu/l/IR00000186/00001
This is written with deep sorrow and acknowledgement of the work that needs to be done to abolish racism, religious intolerance, sexism, heteronormativity, ableism, colonialism, and the prejudices and barriers that intersect at all people’s multiple identities. We do this in the aftermath of the systemic racism that caused the murder and burial of George Floyd. Today, Wednesday June 10, has been put forward as #ShutDownSTEM and #ShutDownAcademia. We at eLearning Consortium of Colorado are the T (Technology) in STEM. This day asks us, especially those who are not Black, to look at direct action that we can take.
We’re opening up a statement to our university and college members and we hope you contribute to it, if you wish. This is a working document. We ask that you send it out to others who are involved in teaching and technology. At the bottom of the statement, there are additional areas to share whatever you want. If you wish to read, comment, or contribute please do so today, Thursday, or Friday.
eLearning Consortium of Colorado Work in Progress
Link to document https://bit.ly/elccstatement
WWe plan to come up with a first draft on June 22 giving enough time to have everyone contribute if they want. We acknowledge that this will always be a work in progress and a one-time statement is not enough.
At our next monthly meeting, Friday June 26, we will be joined by Shea Swauger, Auraria Campus Library, one of our eLCC conference keynotes, for a further discussion on the Prison to School Ed Tech Pipeline and current events and petitions regarding educational technology and our students.
We are changed the conference format this year to a FREE virtual conference, April 15 - 17, 2020! We had some major changes this year that made it advantageous to move the conference style to virtual for this year while we complete our application with the IRS to achieve 501(3)c (Non-profit) status. Our goal is to be back in Breckenridge with our traditional face-to-face conference in 2021. So please consider joining us for our free virtual conference. We have so much share and collaborate with you and would love to see you virtually!
This year eLCC is a free online conference for all presenters and participants. Take a look at the tracks and especially the possible session formats and submit a proposal!
We published our first edition of The Liminal on September 2, 2019. Please share out – the theme was fake news. We especially have 3 great pedagogy articles on how to teach or interrogate fake news. We also started out with our first 3 books reviews including one by eLCC’s very own Molly Smith. We’d like to thank all the reviewers and editorial people from eLCC who made this issue happen – Sherry Jones, Chris Luchs, Donna Hall and Heather Tobin. We had a great group of reviewers on this issue – Ryan Lambert, Chase Hart, Tina Morrell, Kelly Zepp and Tameca Coleman!!!
Just a cool technology note – if you scroll down to the bottom of the page, you’ll see the map that shows you how many downloads and where in the world the downloads are happening. If you’d like to be involved in any way in our next issue (author, reviewer, art work, editorial help, etc.) – please email firstname.lastname@example.org