Call for Proposals Deadline!
Do you have a proposal you’d like to submit for an opportunity to address the online teaching community? Deadline to submit is fast approaching!
The Conference is a unique face-to-face premier gathering of California Community College (and other institutions), faculty, staff, and administrators leading the way in developing innovative and effective online education.
We are particularly looking for engaging and creative proposals that address or enhance the value of Cultivating Connections & Community in the online environment.
Come out from behind your computer screen to network and connect with fellow educators committed to lifelong learning.
Speakers are a large part of what makes a conference successful.
Help us make this our best OTC yet!
Click here for information on how to submit!
(Deadline to submit is January 31, 2019)
2019 Conference Information
Monday, June 17 - Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Location: Hilton Anaheim
Be a part of the learning experience by joining us at OTC'19!
Early Bird Registration: $325 (through April 14th, 2019)
General: $375 (April 15th - June 7th, 2019)
On Site: $425 (June 8th, 2019 to conference end)
Full conference registration includes breakout sessions, breakfast, lunch and evening receptions. Half and full day pre-conference workshops available for purchase at an additional fee.
Need to request funding approval from your college or institution? Download, customize and submit the OTC’19 Attendance Justification Letter.
OTC'19 Pre-Conference Workshops are now available and listed on our website. Full and half-day options are available - choose one of the two listed here or visit our Pre-Conference Workshops page for a complete listing. Register early as our pre-conference workshops generally sell out.
|8 Secret Strategies You Didn’t Know About Effective Course Design
(9:00am – 4:00pm)
There’s a direct link between the design of your course and your students’ success. But have you ever thought about how your design methods can impact your experience with the course as well? Using Canvas as our backdrop, this workshop will show you eight sizzling strategies for making your course design faster and easier (and dare we say, more fun!). You’ll leave the day loaded with tips, ideas, and resources for your “instructional design toolbox,” .... more
$285 (includes breakfast and lunch)
|Prep, Shoot, Edit! Learn how to Create Video with Tools you Already Have
(9:00am – 12:00pm)
Creating videos does not have to be difficult or complicated. All you need to get you started is a device with video capabilities (mobile, DSLR or hand-held camera). Attend this pre-conference workshop and learn how to prep, shoot, and edit video using simple techniques and tools you already have! Lighting, microphones, storytelling, backgrounds, scripts, and simple edits are some of the topics we’ll discuss. Walk away from this workshop inspired to easily .... more
$185 (includes breakfast)
We've secured a block of rooms at the conference hotel, Hilton Anaheim, for a special rate, (while availability lasts, please book early).
Featured OTC'19 Diamond Sponsor
Canvas is the educational revolution by Instructure, the technology company that makes smart software that makes people smarter. In addition to the Canvas learning management system (LMS), Instructure offers Canvas Commons, the learning object repository (LOR) that actually gets used; Canvas Catalog, the customizable, all-in-one course catalog, registration system, and payment gateway; and Canvas Network, an index of open, online courses taught by educators everywhere. Learn more about the expanding Canvas edu-ecosystem at www.CanvasLMS.com.
OTC'19 Sponsorship Opportunities
Enjoy the opportunity to meet with a variety of attendees: faculty, deans, program/department chairs, and administrators, including CCC presidents from the 115 California Community Colleges, the UCs, CSUs, and other institutions.
Please email us so we can customize an OTC'19 package for you!
CCC TechConnect projects, (3C Media Solutions, CCC Confer, Online Teaching Conference), serve the 115 California Community Colleges, are funded by a grant from the California Community Colleges, and are hosted at Palomar College.