The NextLevelED Conference (NLC) is a sub-conference of CCC TechConnect’s Online Teaching Conference and funded by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, Digital Infrastructure and Innovation Division, under the Shared Infrastructure Projects (SIP) Grant.
The goals of this inaugural NLC are to offer attendees – targeting both students and employees – hands on sessions, networking opportunities, and direct contact with technical companies in order for them to attain the knowledge and skills necessary to create clear pathways to employment and/or further education; provide an opportunity for IT faculty, staff, administrators, and students to learn about education technology and how/what can be implemented in their classrooms, campuses, or individual use; demonstrate options for transforming education using technology; and identify technical-focused career options and requirements to successfully enter/advance into those career paths.
NextLevelED Conference 2019!
Direct contact with technical companies
And much more!
January 16-17, 2019
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Jose
2050 Gateway Pl, San Jose, CA 95110
2019 Registration Pricing:
Early Bird: $350 (through November 16, 2018)
General: $400 (November 17, 2018 – January 10, 2019)
On-site: $450 (January 11, 2019 – conference end)
Call for Proposals:
Event Coordinator: Mirna Castaneda-Tinney, firstname.lastname@example.org, 760-744-1150 x 1519
The NLC’19 Advisory Committee contributes to the planning and coordination of the Conference; CCC TechConnect thanks them for their leadership:
- Gary Bird, System Software Specialist III, California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office
- Tim Calhoon, Executive Director, CCC Technology Center
- Jory Hadsell, Executive Director, CCC Online Education Initiative
- Jay Field, Chief Technical Officer, CCC Online Education Initiative
- Hussam Kashou, Director, Instructional Technology & Distance Learning, Long Beach City College
- Andrea Hanstein, Director of Communications & Strategic Partnerships, CCC Online Education Initiative
- Nichol Roe, Associate Dean of Workforce Development and Extended Studies, Palomar College