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    •  "Teaching Well Online (T.W.O.): Faculty Development Conforming to National and State Standards and Models"Lisa Dubuc, M.S. ED Coordinator of Electronic Learning/Digital Media Instructor Niagara County Community Collegedubuc@niagaracc.suny.edu716-614-6798  @ldubuchttp://ncccelearning.wordpress.com/
    • A bit about me....• NCCC –Coordinator eLearning/Instructional Designer 12 years• Co-created over 130 online courses• Co-created over 30 blended courses•   Teaching online for 10 years (undergraduate/graduate) o Digital Media o Web 2.0 Technologies o Multimedia for Educators o Internet for Educators  o Course Design for Online Instruction  o Authoring for Educators
    • • 64 Campuses (serve over 427,000 students)University Centers (Doctoral Degree Granting)• University Colleges• Technology Colleges• Community Colleges
    • Located in Sanborn, NY FTE 5000
    •  7 Fully Online Degree Programs Support (5500 students/300 faculty)  Web enhanced 395 sections  Blended/Hybrid 35 sections  Fully Online 110 sections ANGEL LMS support campus wide Quality Control Student Success eLearning Faculty Development
    • Garrison, D. R., Anderson, T., & Archer, W. (2000).Critical inquiry in a text-based environment:Computer conferencing in higher education. TheInternet and Higher Education, 2(2-3), 87-105.pdf Full Text http://www.learning-theories.com/addie-model.html
    • SUNY Learning Network Education Services
    • How SoftChalk Lesson BuilderSupports eLearning at NCCC
    • Lisa Dubuc, M.S. ED Coordinator of Electronic Learning/Digital Media Instructor Niagara County Community Collegedubuc@niagaracc.suny.edu716-614-6798  @ldubuchttp://ncccelearning.wordpress.com/