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OLC Live: The Accelerate Experience - Shared screen with speaker view
(OLC) Laurie Lulow
11:57
Welcome!
christinehinkley
12:12
Hi everyone - I keep losing power and internet with Hurricane Eta lashing us
Jenae Cohn
14:41
Oh, no! Hang in there, Christine!
Tracy Balduzzi
15:59
Hello everyone from Syracuse, NY
PAMELA CLAIRE SNYDER
16:00
Hi all, I'm Pam. I'm an ID from Penn State
Jenae Cohn
16:04
Hi, everyone! My name is Jenae, and I’m one of the co-chairs for OLC Live! Joining you today from Sacramento, CA
christinehinkley
16:23
Hellooooooo everyone! Christine Hinkley, Sr. Director of OLC Conferences and Events. I just came to hang out with you for this OLC Live event. :)
Bridget Vosloo
16:33
Hi Everyone, I am an Instructional Designer at Collin College, Wylie, TX.
Annette Beck
16:59
Annette Beck, Director of Operational Services University College/Distance and Online Education. The University of Iowa
Tracy Balduzzi
17:09
I am everywhere :) Jenae's session was great!
Jenae Cohn
17:26
Thanks, Tracy! Nice to see you here again! :)
Jenae Cohn
17:54
Looks like we’ve got a lot of ID folks here, which will be great for thinking through COVID-19 response and the future of institutional support (our theme for today!)
christinehinkley
18:34
what?! Sunny in Portland and storming in Florida. What gives?
Nate Angell (he/him), Hypothesis, Portland, OR
18:43
Ya, something is not right
Mary Beth Messner
18:53
That's 2020 in a nutshell, isn't it?
Nate Angell (he/him), Hypothesis, Portland, OR
19:21
amen
ilse_
20:23
What I am missing here is consideration of bandwidth and suggesting methods to deliver high quality education with limited internet capability. All these wondeful sessions are bandwith intensive.
christinehinkley
21:08
luckily Ilse they are all recorded and available on-demand within 24 hours. So you can go back for up to one year to watch anything you missed!
christinehinkley
21:21
yes!
Jenae Cohn
21:43
Anyone else going to the virtual family feud?
christinehinkley
21:43
https://onlinelearningconsortium.org/conference-session?id=8663&session=9622
Esmarie
21:47
I agree Ilse. In South Africa bandwith is a huge issue.
christinehinkley
21:48
Virtual Family Feud link
Sherri Braxton
22:47
https://pivot.umbc.edu/
Jenae Cohn
24:15
For audience members, if you’d like to share what YOUR institutions have been doing to pivot to remote instruction, feel free to share!
Jenae Cohn
24:23
It’s great when we have dialogue here between the panelists and the attendees
Jenae Cohn
24:29
What are some things that you all have been doing at your institutions?
Nate Angell (he/him), Hypothesis, Portland, OR
25:06
Folks, as we chat along, if you also want to come on mic/camera, raise your hand and/or share here in chat and we can make room for you.
(OLC) Laurie Lulow
27:06
Great planning!
Jenae Cohn
27:19
That is extremely impressive, Sherri!!
christinehinkley
27:21
I’m exhausted just listening to that
christinehinkley
27:36
LOL
Bridget Vosloo
27:44
Amazing Sherri!
Jenae Cohn
27:47
I’m sure others have done some similar “dances” too!
Sherri Braxton
28:22
https://covid19.umbc.edu/
Jenae Cohn
28:39
Anyone else offering something like a pivot primer? Questions they have about continuing to offer support to their institutions?
Nate Angell (he/him), Hypothesis, Portland, OR
30:08
Yes, if other folks have links to their programs, love to see them shared here in chat
Dawn Sullivan
30:21
We are a small college and the "online initiative" was introduced as we pivoted. Where would you suggest starting now that faculty are overwhelmed having gone through survival mode?
Nate Angell (he/him), Hypothesis, Portland, OR
33:37
UMBC is strong on the program names!
Nate Angell (he/him), Hypothesis, Portland, OR
35:33
http://anthonypicciano.com
Sherri Braxton
35:41
@Dawn - I would survey them; find out what worked for them and where they feel they need training/support
Sherri Braxton
36:06
Find out where they feel their strengths and areas of improvement are
Sherri Braxton
36:45
Don’t assume because they are subject matter experts that they know the effective practices of pedagogy and course design
Jenae Cohn
38:01
That’s a good reminder, Sherri, about the difference between SMEs & course designers :)
Nate Angell (he/him), Hypothesis, Portland, OR
40:28
Here’s a link to Sherri’s upcoming session on 17 Nov:Planning Instructional Variety for Online Teaching: PIVOT to Success https://www.engagez.net/ac20#~lct=customlocation-Location1-530922
Nate Angell (he/him), Hypothesis, Portland, OR
41:20
And Tony’s on 17 Nov also: ONLINE LEARNING, COVID-19, AND NOW AND FUTURE ISSUES OF FACULTY GOVERNANCE AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING https://www.engagez.net/ac20#~lct=customlocation-Location1-530923
(OLC) Laurie Lulow
41:53
With 5 minutes left, I'll post some links to finish up the 'business' part of our session
Jenae Cohn
42:05
Thanks, Laurie!
Jenae Cohn
42:19
And thanks for the links to Sherri’s and Tony’s sessions, Nate!
(OLC) Laurie Lulow
42:25
Each OLC-Accelerate session has a link to complete a session evaluation. These are important for our future planning and for our presenters to receive feedback. Your submission enters you into a drawing for a $25 gift card! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdYF5GwczFWqemgZM_s0R0k3EurmMysomIzxsALTuv1mJG-EA/viewform?entry.1952643545&entry.1303143111&entry.1961758182=9435&entry.598587566&entry.965164067&entry.1431947991=8663
Tara Gallien
42:37
That is a very important reminder, Sherri. At many institutions, SMEs/faculty serve as course designer because they have always been given autonomy in creating their own courses. And, I don't think all institutions have enough instructional designers to build courses online. The team approach is essential for quality content delilvery.
(OLC) Laurie Lulow
43:06
This year for OLC Live! we’re trying something new. Hosts Jenae and Nate are sourcing our guest interviewees right from the amazing group of presenters and audience members as a way to stay responsive to the discussions actually happening during the conference. Help us identify engaging and provocative speakers by completing the OLC Live! nomination form. You can even nominate yourself! https://bit.ly/3kEJJP8
(OLC) Laurie Lulow
43:57
And finally, all sessions are recorded - AC20 registrants have access to the recordings for a year!
Jenae Cohn
44:11
Next week, tomorrow… what’s time anymore? :)
(OLC) Laurie Lulow
44:17
Here’s a link to Sherri’s upcoming session on 17 Nov:Planning Instructional Variety for Online Teaching: PIVOT to Success https://www.engagez.net/ac20#~lct=customlocation-Location1-530922
Nate Angell (he/him), Hypothesis, Portland, OR
45:09
It’s all COVID time, right?
Tara Gallien
45:50
Laurie and Nate, thanks so much for providing all these links. It is incredibly helpful.
Bridget Vosloo
46:34
Thank you all. Sherri and Tony: very interesting and informative. Look forward to future sessions :)
(OLC) Laurie Lulow
46:39
Thank you, everyone for joining us today - really interesting material here!
Jenae Cohn
46:57
Thanks, everyone! Hope to see you all again tomorrow!
Tara Gallien
47:06
great conversation
Megan Holt
47:08
Thanks
mary
47:08
thank you