Doreen's Sessions Information Sharing:

**Digital Immigrants: Do They Want to Emigrate?** - Deb's session was GREAT!

Students at community colleges range in age from 17-80. Engaging the millennial native and the older immigrant student in the same classroom can be a particular challenge, especially since checking email might be the extent of the immigrant’s technology prowess. Come learn about the strategies one nursing program has used to bridge the gap between millennial natives and older immigrant students and how students have responded.
Debbie Dalrymple, Professor
Nursing
Montgomery County Community College

**A College Success Course for the New Millennial Student** - This session was great for ORI courses to be online or hybrid. Check out College Scope at http://www.collegescope.com/cuyamaca and FREE resources, online assessments and assignments at http://www.collegesuccess1.com I have sent this information to Joe Kornoski.

Are you looking for new ideas for teaching college success? Cuyamaca Community College designed a college success course that appeals to the technology savvy New Millennial generation. The course serves as a bridge from high school to community college to university. Learn how technology is successfully integrated into traditional, blended, and online courses that have increased student persistence by 27 percent. Topics include college, career, and lifelong success and transferring to four-year universities.
Marsha Fralick, Professor
Personal Development
Human eSources
Using Balanced Scorecards to Improve Performance - This session shared how the moved existing businesses forward and pre-start up as well with focusing on internal and federal goals. Using assessment and measurement with tracking is key. They are using Center Dynamics/Center IT for monthly statistics. IOWA CC also has a strong Small Business Development program - check it out. The PP went emailed to me will be forwarded to Stephen and Amit.
Participants learn what the balanced scorecard and related processes are, how it can be a critical tool for delivering program performance improvement in support of the organization’s strategic goals, and pitfalls to avoid in the definition and deployment of the balanced scorecard. Discussed are how to use the balanced scorecard to the stay focused on what is important to the organization and what it took to apply the model in the Utah Small Business Development Center matrix management environment.
Greg Panichello, Director
Utah Small Business Development Centers
Salt Lake Community College
Carrie Menzel, Specialist
Salt Lake Community College
**Using Web 2.0 Tools Inside Your Virtual Learning Environment**
Hands-on Lab
Hands-on Lab
- This session was fantastic! Check out over 30 Web 2.0 applications that we learned hands-on at http://www.lsc.edu/connect Username: Doreen.Fisher Password: cit2008 Also he shared about a great mentor program through the DL Office for online faculty that select students for their courses to assist and get paid work study monies through the DL Office.
Participants gain valuable hands-on experience with several new, free, and web-based communications applications that can be used inside any virtual learning environment (VLE). These services are particularly useful in education because of their special emphasis on collaboration and social networking. Used during the course is Desire2Learn, but the principles apply equally well to other VLEs (i.e. Blackboard, Angel, Moodle). Explored during this course are the use of video, music playlists, photos, wikis, instant messaging, social bookmarking, Twitter, web office, RSS, and more. Participants engage in online collaborative activities during the course that simulate projects they could assign to their students.
Barry Dahl, Vice President
E-campus
Lake Superior College
**Developing a Successful Online Orientation: Part One** - Barbara and I shared 3 presentation with Leonard Bass to discuss at the next New Student Orientation meeting.
This session provides information about creating an effective student online orientation that is engaging, relevant, and accessible to everyone. Enrollment managers and student service professionals discuss strategies and real-world examples that will help develop or modify an online orientation at their institutions. This session is the first in a series of three.
Landon Pirius, Interim Dean
Student Services
Inver Hills Community College

University of Maryland University College- www.umuc.edu/alliances

They are interested in building an articulation agreement for block credit transfers of our student's associate degrees to their online bachelor's degrees as well as award scholarships (award up to $1 million per year to CC students). I have sent this information to Peter Cubbage and cc' Dr. Moono and Dr. Bastecki-Perez.

**Student Retention, Technology, and Learning Communities** - Good resoruce for Title II Grants, Online Career Assessment tool for Bi-lingual students and shows state salaries and projected growth. Career Cruising (Aprox. $800 per year fee) http://www.careercruising.com Login: Triton2000 Password: rivergrove

Triton College is currently leveraging a Strengthening Institutions Federal Grant (Title III) to develop a transition program for ESL/GED students and design learning communities with the goal of retaining first-generation, at-risk students. This presentation shares recent findings of the project. Discussed is how technology played a role in these programs, including specific examples of how an online career assessment tool and student support services were integrated.
Jonathan Paver, Executive Director
Professional Development
Triton College
**Helping Online Learners Through a Prerequisite Orientation Video and Quiz** - Check out their video and quiz at www.kirkwood.edu/distancelearning which is sent to students after they register for an online course and "mandated" to complete plus then the students are given access to an online orientatation course to practice in before starting the semester. Central Oregan CC has an online orientation that students must take and complete the quiz before being able to even register for an online course.
Providing online learners with the resources needed to be successful is critical. Discussed is requiring student orientation as a prerequisite to online instruction. Kirkwood Community College created a video clip that explains online courses and important procedures and directs students to an online orientation course. Not only has the video served to increase student success, but faculty, support service and marketing personnel, and administrators have found the video to be helpful in other areas as well.
Todd Prusha, Dean
Distance Learning
Kirkwood Community College
Alan Peterka, Instructional Designer And Department Coordinator
Distance Learning
Kirkwood Community College
**Service Learning Works in Distance Education Courses** - Great information and examples for service projects in evironmental technology.

Service learning is a required component of the general education environmental technology course at Salt Lake City College, which most students take on the internet. This poster session documents guided design and rubrics used in a distance course for service learning. Students initially disliked the requirement, but by the end of the semester, they praised service learning as a highlight of the course. Come see how students connect to the subject matter and engage with the community.
Deanna Anderson, Associate Professor
Faculty Teaching and Learning Center
Salt Lake Community College
Gail Jessen, Coordinator
Thayne Center For Service And Learning
Salt Lake Community College