NC3ADL 2013 Conference

eQuake: Shake It Up!

29 September 1 October 2013

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The NC Community College Association of Distance Learning (NC3ADL) promotes networking, sharing of best practices, and communication about distance learning issues. Join us at our 8th annual conference where we will explore the tools, methods and ideas that are "shaking things up" in distance learning at colleges across the North Carolina and beyond.

3 speakers

  • Lee Rainie @lrainie Director of the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project
  • Lane Grann-Stahl @laneincharlotte eLearning professional with Central Piedmont Community College: faculty training and course development

Coverage of NC3ADL 2013 Conference

103 sessions

Day 1 Sunday 29th September 2013

Day 2 Monday 30th September 2013

59 sessions presented by 3 speakers

Day 3 Tuesday 1st October 2013

34 sessions presented by 3 speakers


30 known attendees

  • Jonathon Sweetin
  • Dr. Elizabeth (Forgione) Barkas
  • Amber Parker
  • Kerry Cantwell
  • Dave Sorenson
  • Maurice Mitchell
  • Rob Coyle
  • Evelyn Harris
  • Katherine Bennett
  • David Biddix
  • Gary Ritter
  • Paul Jenkins
  • Keith Mitchell
  • Kenneth Peel
  • Melissa Oxendine
  • Mike Clendenen
  • Kimberly (Talbot) King
  • Jacob Brintle
  • Paul Jenkins
  • Don Michael, Jr.
  • Cheryl Fulghum
  • Patrick Keough
  • Becky Quigley
  • Lee Rainie
  • Don Hazelwood
  • Becky Roehrs
  • Lane Grann-Stahl
  • Bethany Smith
  • Karen McPhaul

6 people tracking this event

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  • JoyceB
  • Karen Lynden
  • Barry L Berman, PhD
  • Cindy Foster
  • Melissa Hill

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