Preparation is underway for the 2020 Online Teaching Conference (OTC) taking place June 17-19 at the Pasadena Convention Center. The 2020 conference will be TechConnect’s twentieth, and it is expected to be its largest yet with an estimated 1,000 registered participants.
OTC is the premier gathering of faculty, staff and administrators leading the way in developing innovative and effective online education. The intersegmental conference focuses on curriculum, pedagogy and technology that improves online learning and student success. Every year, educators from California community colleges gather at OTC to share best practices, pursue professional development opportunities and network with their peers.
“Online classes are increasingly becoming a major part of the student educational experience. It’s up to us to meet teaching and learning challenges and strive for a brighter future for all students,” said OTC 2019 keynote speaker Flower Darby. Darby is an eLearning professional with extensive experience in in-person, online and blended learning theory in instructional design and delivery.
Interested in learning more about what OTC offers? View keynote presentations and select conference sessions on the OTC 2019 Archives page.
“I leave OTC inspired every year by new ideas and connections,” said Amy Beadle, project lead, California Community Colleges Technology Center. Beadle is spearheading the implementation of a single cloud-based Library Services Platform (LSP) throughout the California Community Colleges.
Register now for early bird pricing ($325), available through April 14, 2020, and reserve your spot at OTC 2020. General registration will be available April 15 – June 7, 2020 ($375), as well as on-site registration ($425).