2022
June 29 – July 1
Long Beach, CA

Pre-conference workshops & DECO Retreat

Pre-conference workshops will take place Wednesday, June 29th from 9am-12pm and are available at an additional fee of $100 each. ‘Pre-conference workshops’ are different from ‘conference sessions’ in that ‘workshops’ are longer (3hrs), require a separate registration at an additional fee and are limited in the number of attendees to allow for more hands-on instruction and interaction.

DECO Retreat will take place Wednesday, June 29th from 12:00-2:00pm. This event if for CCC DE Coordinators only; there is no cost to attend the Retreat.

(Please note:  Registration for the OTC conference is not required to attend the pre-conference workshops or the DECO Retreat.) 

Distance Education Coordinators Organization – Annual Retreat
12:00-2:00pm
No cost | Limited to California Community Colleges’ Distance Education Coordinators only, capped at 75 in-person attendees The Distance Education Coordinators Retreat is hosted by the CCC Distance Education Coordinators Organization (CCC DECO) and is part of the pre-conference activities of the Online Teaching Conference. Registration for this Retreat is limited to the Distance Education Coordinator(s) at each California community college.Registration for the CCC DECO Retreat can be found here: Register CCC DECO Retreat

Please email membership@cccdeco.org with any questions.

Workshop Schedule | Wednesday, June 29, 2022, 9am-12pm | Price: $100.00 per Workshop

Six Course Design Secrets to Increase Equity, Inclusivity and Engagement in Your Online Course
Presented by: Cheryl Chapman, Helen Graves & Shawn Valcarcel, Instructional Designers, California Virtual Campus
Workshop Level: Beginner
Max Attendees: 30

Hacking Canvas: Assessing and Grading for Equity
Presented by: Matt Andrasian-Jones, Math faculty, Bakersfield College; Alex Rockey, Academic Technology faculty, Bakersfield College; Rob Rubalcaba, Math faculty, San Diego City College; Fabiola Torres, Ethnic Studies faculty, Glendale College; Hosted by Michelle Pacansky-Brock, Faculty Mentor, Online Teaching & Learning, California Virtual Campus
Workshop Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Max Attendees:  40

Accessibility Basics through Practical Application in Canvas
Presented by: Dawn Okinaka, Director of CCC Accessibility Center, CCC Technology Center & TBD
Workshop Level: Beginner to Intermediate
Max Attendees: 50

NO LONGER AVAILABLE
PlayPosit – Adding Interactivity to your Videos

Presented by: Susan Germer, Co-Founder, PlayPosit, Inc.
Advanced Techniques with Canvas
Presented by: Greg Beyrer, Cosumnes River College; Sandy Haynes, Pasadena City College; Hosted by Bob Nash, Dean, Academic Affairs & Professional Development, California Virtual Campus
Workshop Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Max Attendees: 30

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