Education Technology Collaboration (ETC)

Nebraska Canvas Users Group Conference

Mark your calendars for the third annual Nebraska Canvas Users Conference. Date: Friday, July 26, 2019 Time: TBA (past conferences have been 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.) Location: University of Nebraska Lincoln, College of Business, 730 N 14th Street Cost: $40, but registration will be waved for presenters In addition to attending, please consider submitting a proposal: Call for Presenters

The Now and Next of Learning and Technology Campus Conversations Presentation

Join us as David Kelly, Executive Director of The eLearning Guild, presents The Now and Next of Learning and Technology on Thursday, January 31, 2019. Technology continues to advance at breakneck speeds, which is shifting how we learn in our daily lives. Today’s educators face the challenge of staying ahead of this curve, tracking these new technologies, and keeping an eye on how these changes… Continue Reading

Canvas Update Fall 2018

At the September 4 ETC meeting, Julie Gregg and Melissa Diers presented what they learned about Canvas when they attended InstructureCon, the annual Canvas conference, in July. They covered recent feature releases and upcoming Canvas X beta projects including Quizzes.Next and Nudge, analytics, and Canvas Catalog. View the PowerPoint Review the minutes with answers to the questions asked during the discussion

Register for the Nebraska Canvas Users Conference

August 3, 2018 8:00 a.m. to  4:00 p.m. Midland University 900 N. Clarkson Street Fremont, Nebraska 68025 Whether you are a beginner, superuser, or prospective Canvas user, you’re invited to join us for our second Nebraska Canvas Conference! We’re planning to pack the agenda with awesome sessions from educators, trailblazers, and experts in both Higher Education and K12. There will be a separate track for… Continue Reading

Register for the The Active Learning Classroom: Directions and Impacts Webinar

ELI Online Event | November 28 | Noon–3:00 p.m. (ET) Active learning spaces have become much more visible over the past several years and their contribution to the teaching and learning mission more widely recognized. But they can also represent significant financial investments, ranging from the wires and gear to the faculty support programs. Join us for “The Active Learning Classroom: Directions and Impacts,” where expert… Continue Reading