The E-Learning Advisory Board has formed a temporary, ad-hoc sub-committee to address the storage limitations of the Angel system and start bringing an in-house web content server for teaching materials up to speed (Express server).
LCC has just formed an e-Learning Advisory Board to help the the e-Learning Department, connect to faculty, make policy for e-Learning issues, help with technology issues, and just generally improve and expand the e-Learning programs at LCC. I’ve been asked to join. I am looking forward to it.
The CWAC decided to form an ad-hoc task force to examine college-wide opportunities for e-Portfolio software. The intent is to find a way to digitize the Writing program’s portfolio assessment process and also determine whether such software might have use elsewhere on campus.