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Topics:
   
Academic Quality Improvement (AQIP)
speaker:Dr. Charles Dull
K-16 Partnerships - what matters and why?
speaker:
Dr. JaNice Marshall
   
Accomodating Students with Disabilities in Post-secondary Education
speaker: Mary Sender
Leadership
speakers:
Dr. Charles Dull,
Kellie Emrich
   
Art Therapy
speaker:
Mary Sender
Learning Disabilities (LD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
speaker:
Mary Sender
   
Assistive Technology Involving Students with Disabilities
speaker:
Mary Sender
Liberal Arts: Content and Skills for Learning and Living
speaker:
Dr. Belinda Miles
   
Best practices in instructional design: An overview and introduction to basic instructional design principles. This presentation will highlight how to write learning objectives, backwards design, and alignment.
speaker: Danielle Budzick
Managing Challenging Behavior in the Classroom and the Workplace
speaker:
Ann Hartle Proudfit


Mentoring
speakers:
Dr. Gary Carrington,
Dr. Sandy Robinson
   
Best practices in instructional design
speaker: Dr. Kelvin Bentley
Mentoring Education Leaders - when to get started on that advanced degree?
speaker:
Dr. JaNice Marshall
   
Best practices in online student services
speaker: Dr. Kelvin Bentley
New Technology Trends
speaker:
Dr. Charles Dull
   
Building a Positive Culture in the Workplace
speaker:
Ann Hartle Proudfit
Online learning
speaker:
Dr. Kelvin Bentley
   
Characteristics of Effective Programs for Youth and Adult Minority Male Student Success Programs
speaker:
Dr. JaNice Marshall
Planning a Conference: Getting It Done by Committee - This session will provide strategies for planning a conference or event through a committee. It will include tips for staying organized, keeping the team on task, and managing all the details.
speaker: Danielle Budzick
   
College Credentials: Why we must also include workforce education
speaker:
Dr. JaNice Marshall
Planning, Goal Setting and Evaluation for Increased Organizational Effectiveness
speaker:
Dr. Belinda Miles
   
Community College Education
speaker:
Dr. Sandy Robinson
Quality Process Design, Metrics and Measurement
speaker:
Dr. Charles Dull
   
The Community College Value Proposition: Economic Driver, Educational Innovator, Foundation for Futures
speaker:
Dr. Belinda Miles



Continuous Quality Improvement
speaker:
Dr. Charles Dull
Quality Matters - Applying the Quality Matters Rubric Workshop: This is Quality Matters' flagship workshop on the QM Rubric and the process of using the QM Rubric to review online courses. *Institutions must be a Ohio Quality Matters subscriber to recieve this day-long workshop.
speaker: Danielle Budzick
   
Developmental Education: In this talk, Dr. Luke Schlueter draws upon his work with various initiatives in developmental education to address not only the current state of developmental education at the community college level, but the promise these initiatives have in helping students to pursue their educational goals and achieve their dreams.
speaker:
Dr. Luke Schlueter
Quality Matters - Overview of the QM Rubric and Ohio QM Consortium: This presentation will focus on the benefits of the Ohio Quality Matters Higher Education Consortium and provide an overview of the higher education and professional development rubrics.
speaker: Danielle Budzick
   
Developing Programs for Young Children and their Parents
speaker:
Karen Goulandris



eLearning 2.0 - the Next Generation of eLearning is Here
speaker:
Sasha Thackaberry
Service Learning and the Web
speaker:
Dr. Valerie Brown




Social Learning
speaker:
Dr. Charles Dull
   
Faculty development for online, blended, and technology-enabled learning: This presentation will provide an overview of Tri-C's online training for our faculty teaching in technology-enabled learning environments. The presentation will highlight the collaborative design process, as well as the implementation and measurement.
speaker: Danielle Budzick
Social Media
speaker:
Dr. Charles Dull



Strategic Planning for Transformational Change
speaker:
Dr. Belinda Miles



Strategic Planning for online courses and programs
speaker:
Dr. Kelvin Bentley
   
Faculty development in online education
speaker:
Dr. Kelvin Bentley
Student Athletes, Alcohol, and Substances: Helping to Make Better Decisions
speaker:
David G. Nardecchia
   
Faith-based Partnerships - a necessary community engagement strategy for student access, participation and completion of higher education credentials
speaker:
Dr. JaNice Marshall
Talkin' Bout a NEW Generation: Pathways and Obstacles to a Successful Learning Environment
speaker:
David G. Nardecchia



Understanding the Implications of Globalization and Educational Opportunities in America
speaker:
Dr. JaNice Marshall
   
Fundraising Through Relationship Building
speaker:
Ann Hartle Proudfit



The future of higher education given its disruption by e-learning
speaker:
Dr. Kelvin Bentley
The Value of the Humanities: In this talk, Dr. Luke Schlueter addresses the critical importance of the humanities in helping us to achieve a just, compassionate, and dynamic society and the various pressures on humanities programs at the college level. Dr. Schlueter also speaks to the role the humanities can have in helping individuals develop a broader understanding of life, culture and society and how the humanities can prepare today's students for a broad array of careers.
speaker:
Dr. Luke Schlueter
   
Generational Differences: The 4C's of Communication in the Classroom
speaker: David G. Nardecchia
 Women of Color "Double Minorities" in the Academy
speaker:
Dr. Angela Mensah
   
Instructional technologies
speaker: Dr. Kelvin Bentley
Working with Special Needs Children
speaker:
Dr. Phyllis Dukes
   

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