Diana Chan, a student working with BCcampus, put together a great summary of each session complete with photo and video link over at the ETUG website. It’s really the most comprehensive place to look if you want to see what was presented and get a quick and not-so-quick recap.
JIBC Tech Services did a fabulous job of turning the webcast into recorded clips. They are all viewable on our Youtube channel.
If you are looking for a specific presenter, I’ve pointed you to the relevant clip below.
PART 1: Mobile Moodle, Jason Shaw, VCH
Anytime, Anywhere: Mobile Companion for Face-to-Face Course, Paul Hibbitts SFU
PART 2 : Tablets in the Fire Service, Jerome Rodriguez, JIBC, Don Jolley, Fire Chief, Pitt Meadows Fire Department
PART 3: Panel 1
PART 4: Accessibility in Online Learning, Chad Leaman, Neil Squire Society
PART 5: Moodle for the Visually Impaired, VCC
PART 6: Panel 2
PART 7: Student Panel
Post Secondary and Beyond
PART 8: Soilweb: An OER for the study of Soil Science in BC— Chris Crowley and Saeed Dyanatkar
PART 9: Business Communications using ventriloquism and multimedia, Gary Green, JIBC
Early Childhood Education, Barb Mathieson, Capilano University
PART 10: Rouxbe, Carolyn Levy, Blank Design
Medical Radiography, Rosario Passos and Ali Shabar, BCIT
Self Study Learning Object for Nursing, Maureen Mackey & Tim Paul, Douglas College
PART 11: Panel 3
Guest Wireless: jibcguest01/ClusterOne
We’ve had several people ask about whether they are confirmed for the showcase or not. The google form system doesn’t send out confirmations, so we’ve sent what follows to everybody on the registration list.
We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday, November 30 at the JIBC in New Westminster, or via the web stream.
Schedule: the schedule for the day has been posted at:
Getting to and from the JIBC New Westminster:
Some transit info is here:
Parking: Parking is free
Wifi: There will be guest wifi access in the theatre
Bring a sweater: Some parts of the theatre can be chilly at times
Bring a coffee cup and water bottle:
Keep in touch with emerging information at https://onlinecourseshowcase.wordpress.com
Participating via webstream:
This is the JIBC webcast entry page: http://www.jibc.ca/jibc-webcast . You will need to enter the required field (First name and Last name) to view the webcast.
Sylvia Currie and some fabulous co-op students from Bccampus will be facilitating web streaming participants via a Twitter Stream which you can follow by using #ocshowcase2011. Bccampus will also have an Etherpad ( check here for more info about what Etherpad ishttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Etherpad) setup for collaborative notetaking which will be accessible to the virtual participants. The link for the BCcampus set up is: http://abbott.bccampus.ca:9001/p/ocshowcase2011
The theatre has one screen and projector, a PC podium with the basics (Firefox and Explorer). Presenters will have a lapel mic and there will be a roaming mic for the f2f audience questions. We also have an Apple TV setup for presenters who want to use their iPad 2 for their presentation instead. There will be wireless access for all theatre guests.
We will have some student volunteers who will be monitoring the #ocshowcase2011 twitter activity. Sylvia Currie from BCcampus will be facilitating the webcast participants in Twitter as well. BCcampus is helping to make an etherpad setup for those want to help/try out live collaborative notetaking.
And lastly, we are so grateful that Leva Lee from ETUG/Bccampus will be our MC for the event, to free up Karen and I do the other running around.
Of course will ask for your forgiveness at the outset for the inevitable tech glitches that may occur. Hopefully the fabulous lunch will make up for it.
Since we only give presenters 15 minutes to show us their ‘best’ we asked presenters to consider making available any additional information (screenshots, other material) in advance. We also asked presenters to consider preparing a short screencast as a way of making their presentation available beyond the showcase.
Chad Leaman has responded to the challenge, and you can get a peek here.