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Office Space Updates for 1400, 1200, 4000, & 9000

Greetings-

I wanted to make the campus aware of recent office moves in the 1400, 1200, 4000, and 9000 buildings.

1400 building: 

    • Leah Pearce, whose title is now Director of Continuing Education & Events, is moving from 9114 in the Bookstore to office 1419. Continuing Education, Events, and Rentals will report to Leah. She also will temporarily continue to provide leadership to Auxiliary Services.
    • Suzanne Gugger, Program Specialist 2 – Rentals, will move from 9114 in the Bookstore to office 1421.

1200 building: 

    • We are in the process of hiring a second Instructional Designer to fill a vacated position and that person will be housed in office 1202.
    • Patricia Wade, eLearning System Admin, is moving from office 1202 to 1214.
    • Joe Chiappa, Organizational Change & Project Manager for ctcLink, is located in office 1204.
    • We will be hiring a second dedicated person for the ctcLink project, who will be located in office 1212.
    • We are in the midst of hiring a Program Specialist 2 – Continuing Education; that person will be located in office 1213 and will report to Leah Pearce.
    • Colleen Ferguson, Program Specialist 2 – Events, is back in the same office location as last spring, office 1215.

4000 building:

    • Paul Fernandez has moved from the 1200 building; his second office space, 4217, has become his official and sole office location.

Please let me know if you have questions.

Thanks,
Ann Garnsey-Harter
Executive Director for eLearning, Classroom Support, Continuing Education, & (Interim) Technology Support Services

Online and Hybrid Quality Course Design Institute

ELearning Services is offering our Online and Hybrid Quality Course Design Institute again this Winter quarter. If you are interested in joining us, please read on for more information.

Stipends
Participants will earn a $100 stipend for participating in the institute and then an additional $400 stipend for earning a Shoreline Quality Course Design Certification.

Course Overview
You will choose one of your courses to work on throughout the Institute – it can be a conversion of a course from F2F to Hybrid or to Online or even a brand new course. We will cover hybrid and online course design topics such as alignment of content with course outcomes, video assignments, high engagement teaching strategies, collaborative technologies, and practices to make your course more accessible.

Institute Schedule
This Institute will run for 6 weeks during Winter quarter. We will offer two identical sessions each of the 6 weeks, so you can choose which Thursday or Friday session you will attend each week based on your preference.

These sessions will be held on Thursdays 1:30pm – 3:30pm and Fridays 10:00am – 12:00pm.

    • Week 0: January 16th and 17th – Canvas Basics (Optional week for those wanting to learn more about Canvas)
    • Week 1: January 23rd and 24th – Course Overview and Introduction
    • Week 2: January 30th and 31st – Organizational Design Strategies
    • Week 3: February 6th and 7th – Backwards Design for Hybrid and Online Courses
    • Week 4: February 13th and 14th – Accessibility and Usability for all students
    • Week 5: February 20th and 21th – Student Engagement and Collaborative Technologies

How to Sign Up
If you would like to participate please send us an email to elearning@shoreline.edu   and let us know the following:

    1. Are you planning to develop a new, or improve an existing, hybrid or online course?
    2. What is your department?
    3. Are you full- or part-time faculty?
    4. Do you think you will most often attend Thursday or Friday sessions?

Amy and Hoshimi
elearning@shoreline.edu

Amy Rovner, MPH RD
eLearning Instructional Designer
Associate Faculty Nutrition
(206) 546-6937

Hoshimi Tominari. M.A.
Hourly Instructional Designer
Associate Faculty Communication Studies

Classroom Support Services for Fall 2019

Classroom Support Services provides training on the AV system in your classroom and consultation on your ideas for ways to serve your students through the use of media technology tools. Media tools include Panopto for lecture capture, Zoom for web-based video conferencing, and academic video production services.

Please contact us at (206) 546-6966 or media@shoreline.edu.

Additional information provided at help.shoreline.edu within the Classroom Support Services section.

Classroom Support Services for Fall 2019

Classroom Support Services provides training on the AV system in your classroom and consultation on your ideas for ways to serve your students through the use of media technology tools. Media tools include Panopto for lecture capture, Zoom for web-based video conferencing, and academic video production services.

Please contact us at (206) 546-6966 or media@shoreline.edu.

Additional information provided at help.shoreline.edu within the Classroom Support Services section.

Classroom Support Services for Summer 2019

Classroom Support Services provides training on the AV system in your classroom and consultation on your ideas for ways to serve your students through the use of media technology tools. Media tools include Panopto for lecture capture, Zoom for web-based video conferencing, and academic video production services.

Please contact us at (206) 546-6966 or media@shoreline.edu.

Additional information provided at help.shoreline.edu within the Classroom Support Services section.