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March 17-20, 2002
Boston Marriott Copley Place

For more information contact
Gerardo E. de los Santos
(480) 705·8200

Hosted by:
Bunker Hill
Community College

 


Forums, Roundtables, and Poster Sessions

 

Following is a selection of forums, roundtable discussions, and poster sessions. The complete program featuring more than 450 presentations will be available by early February on this website.

Learning and Teaching


Sessions in this stream explore creative ways to improve learning and teaching to promote learning-centered practices.

  • Teaching to Learning to Transcripting—21st Century Critical Life Skills
  • Judgment Calls: How TAFE Teachers Make Assessment Judgment
  • Diamonds in the Rough: 21st Century Learning Outcomes
  • Evaluating Individual Student Learning: Efficacy of Four Assessment Models
  • The 21st Century Student—Profile of the Student and Faculty of the Future
  • Reflections for the Future: Teaching Tolerance in Higher Education
  • Cyberliteracy in the 21st Century: Developing Technology Competencies
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Leadership and Organization


Sessions in this stream focus on innovative programs, processes, and perspectives aimed at improving leadership and overall organizational practices in community colleges.

  • Creating a Culture of Accomplishment: The Next Phase of Institutional Transformation
  • Bridging the Organizational Divide: Uniting Academic and Student Services in a Time of Crisis
  • Emotional Intelligence and Leadership in the Workplace: A Voyage of Discovery!
  • The Teaching and Learning Network: Networking Teaching and Learning Centers at 21 Colleges
  • The Message that Connects: Mission, Meaning, and Cooperative Effort
  • Integrating the Learning College and the Baldridge Process
  • Transforming Institutional Culture: Focus on Learning

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Student Services and Activities


Sessions in this stream involve distinctive and exciting methods for meeting the increasing needs and diversity of community college students.

  • Project Connect: Forging the Connections that Stem Attrition
  • Creative Programming for the Commuter Student
    Understanding Disabilities—What Faculty and Staff Should Know
  • The Learning College and Student Development: A New Paradigm for a New Century
  • FOCUS (Future Outstanding College and University Students): Motivating Minority Students
  • Online Tutoring: Past, Present, and Future
  • Enhance Service to Students with a Guaranteed Class Schedule

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Workforce Preparation and Development


This innovation stream highlights effective ways community colleges, K-12 institutions, businesses, and government agencies are meeting the workforce needs of their communities.

  • Advantages to Linking Business and Industry Centers to Academic Divisions
  • Internship Teams: Why the College Should Be a Student’s First Employer
  • Synergistic Partnerships: A National Platform for IT Professional Development
  • Fixing What’s Really Broken—Applying Performance Consulting to Business
  • Partnerships to Guarantee Enrollment and Employment in Health Careers
  • IT Certifications—What Do They Mean to Your School and Your Students
  • Learning to Dance: Academic Affairs and Workforce Development

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Forums

Forums are one-hour sessions that form the core of the conference offerings. Over 200 forums are scheduled over the three and a half days of the conference. Forums are intended for audiences of approximately 50-75 attendees and typically include multiple presenters. Some of the best forums provide perspectives from different institutions or college divisions. Presenters are expected to engage participants in meaningful learning experiences using
a variety of interactive learning techniques, to provide handouts, and to respond to follow-up requests for information.

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Roundtable Discussions

Roundtable discussions are one-hour sessions that offer personal and interactive venues for the exploration of key issues in each of the innovations
streams. Approximately 120 roundtables will be held over the course of the conference. Roundtables accommodate up to 12 participants and are limited to
two presenters. They are particularly well-suited for exploring narrowly focused topics and for small group interchange.

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Poster Session Presentations

Poster Session presentations provide the opportunity for participants to make brief remarks, share information, and answer questions about the presentation topic. Poster Session presentations take the form of an exhibit and are delivered primarily through the use of visual displays. Presenters must arrange for their own display materials, including hardware, software, and AV equipment. The conference will provide a table and two chairs for each accepted Poster Session presentation. Please note: Poster Session presentations are not provided with access to electrical outlets unless arranged and paid for by the presenter(s). Conference participants will be free to move from one presentation to another during the Poster Session. Presenters are encouraged to have ample handout materials available for participants.

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Learning Center Courses

Learning Center Courses are three-hour and six-hour workshops held in one-day and multiday formats on some of the latest innovations being used in
community colleges. These courses augment the conference program by providing in-depth exposure to specific topics in each of the seven conference
streams and by linking participants with a community of learners who share common interests. Attendees receive continuing education units (CEUs) for
completing Learning Center Courses and can expect to take home a body of practical knowledge and applications. Selection of Learning Center Courses is
very competitive (maximum of 10-12 are chosen) and is based on the originality and usefulness of the proposed course and the expertise of the presenters.

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