Letter from the Chair: Dr. Anna J. Catterson
By Dr. Anna J. Catterson, Emporia State University
Dear C2C Members:
This Spring / Summer 2017 edition of the C2C Digital Magazine has been released, and I encourage you to take a look through the articles; it provides a quick glance about what is to come at this year’s SIDLIT! The subcommittee members of the digital magazine did a great job organizing and selecting articles that provide great variety! Thank you!
The Steering Committee has been working diligently at preparing for the #sidlit17 conference August 2-4 at Johnson County Community College.
For the first time, we are offering a pre-conference that focuses on various Learning Management Systems (LMSes). A HUGE thanks to Brian A. Dye from Butler County Community College for leading this initiative! Thanks to the LMS preconference subcommittee for their work!
We also have two outstanding individuals in Kansas who will be presenting keynotes. Sheree Utash, President of Wichita Area Technical College and Dr. Christy Ziegler, Assistant Superintendent for Innovation and Performance for the Shawnee Mission School District, will be joining us and providing us an opportunity to reflect on new and emerging technologies. If you haven’t registered for #sidlit17, please do so quickly – time is running out!
Thanks again to the C2C Digital Magazine subcommittee (Shalin Hai-Jew, Rebecca Gould and Julie Hartwell) and respective authors for another great publication. See you in August!
Anna J. CattersonEmporia State University
About the Author
Dr. Anna J. Catterson currently serves as the Educational Technology Coordinator at Emporia State University. Catterson researches new and emerging technologies, writes competitive grants, and provides instructional design services. Prior to Emporia State University, Catterson was the the Director of the IT Institute, funded by a 2.6-million dollar grant by the Department of Labor. Project management of a CISCO telepresence system, digital media green screen room and complete restructuring of 16 Career and Technical Education programs, Catterson also was the computer science instructor at Allen Community College for 13 years. Her work with Makerspaces and active learning has been recognized by the Professional Business Women's Organization and the Jones Institute in Emporia, Kansas. Another recent project includes a lightboard for faculty course development. Also, Dr. Catterson and her colleagues successfully won a $34,000 bid from the Central Community Colleges of Maine to review over 100 of their online courses using the Quality Matters(TM) rubric.
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