Join me at TCC 2020 Online Conference

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I’m happy to announce that I’ll make one presentation and give one interactive workshop at the 25th anniversary of Technology, Colleges & Community (TCC) Worldwide Online Conference held April 14-16, 2020. TCC Hawaii, LearningTimes, and the Learning Design and Technology Department at the University of Hawaii-Manoa collaboratively produce this event. The conference is fully online and affordable. It will be my first time participating in this conference. I look forward to making new connections and learning from others.

April 14 at 7:00 HSAT/10:00 PST: The title of my 45-minute interactive workshop is the Online Personal Data Curation with Benevolent Intention and Safeguards. It’s based on my IGI book chapter, Curation of your online persona through self-care and responsible citizenship: Participatory digital citizenship for secondary education.

April 15 Plenaries: These are free to the public! See TCC conference schedule. All recordings are now available for public viewing: https://2020.tcconlineconference.org/program/

April 16 at 10:00 HSAT/1:00 PST: My 20-minute presentation is on Online Course Design for Active Learning within the Universal Design for Learning Framework. I’ll post my slides once they’re available. Follow conference updates on Twitter with #tccsilver. Please join my sessions.


Sandra Annette Rogers, Ph.D.

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