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About ncccelearning

I have been helping faculty Teach Well Online for 12 years. My online teaching experience includes both online at the undergraduate and graduate level and have created and delivered numerous workshops focusing on the pedagogy of teaching online and strategies to support student success. I hold an M.S. ED in Educational Computing and have proudly worked at SUNY-Niagara County Community College for the last 12 years.

Announcing our new Technology Toolkit

eLearning at NCCC is pleased to announce the launch of our newly created Faculty Technology Toolkit. Over the last year we spend a good amount of time helping faculty with their ongoing efforts to refresh and revise their online courses … Continue reading

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Good Practice Communicates High Expectations

This month eLearning at NCCC will continue providing training and workshops to support our online course observation and effective online teaching guide by providing resources and workshops to support Principle #6.  Principle #6 is “Good practice communicates high expectations.” With this … Continue reading

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Principle #3 Encourages Active Learning

This academic year the eLearning department at NCCC is focusing on providing training and workshops to support our new Online Course Observation/Effective Online Teaching Behaviors self-evaluation guide. Each month we will focus on one of the Seven Principles for Good Practice in … Continue reading

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Effective Online Teaching – Principle #1

This academic year the eLearning department at NCCC is focusing on providing training and workshops to support our new Online Course Observation/Effective Online Teaching Behaviors self-evaluation guide. Each month we will focus on one of the Seven Principles for Good … Continue reading

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Ensuring online courses meet the same “time per credit hour” as grounded courses

So how can you ensure that online course requirements meet the same “time per credit hour” requirements as grounded courses?  Courses delivered online are still required to meet the same “time per credit hour” standards as in the classroom as … Continue reading

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Campus-Wide Atomic Learning License at NCCC – Learn More…

NCCC now as a full campus-wide site license for Atomic Learning – Join us for an Atomic Learning Overview Wednesday October 21, 1:30pm – 2:30 pm in FRCAE or  register to watch it online Presenter – Leah Klocker, Atomic Learning The … Continue reading

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Online Assessment

“OATS” Online Assessment Techniques There are a lot of resources to help you with strategies to assess student learning outcomes called “SLO’s” in online and blended courses.  We are currently working on our “OATS” initiative to help you with strategies … Continue reading

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