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C3 Tech Conference Schedule & Directory

C3 Pilot Program in Partnership with Sprint!

Monday, August 5, 2013 at 9:00 AM - Thursday, August 8, 2013 at 3:00 PM (PDT)

Los Angeles, CA

C3 Tech Conference Schedule & Directory

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Type End Quantity
M1 - Moodle Track: Moodle Matters - Mon 9 am
Mon 9:00am-2:45pm - Eileen O'Brien and Charlotte McCorquodale This all-day workshop will introduce the purpose and best practices of online learning and walk participants through the creation of a basic online course using MoodleRooms Joule. Portions of this course are hands-on and require a laptop. Participants may bring their own laptop or borrow one for the duration of the course.
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M1 - Microsoft Innovative Educator Track Mon & Tues 9-2:45
Monday & Tuesday 9:00am - 2:45pm The Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) program provides trainers the opportunity to deepen and expand their skills integrating technology in their teacher training to positively impact teaching and learning. MIE participants will leave the two-day event with tools and training materials they can use to support engaging, hands-on professional development. These seminars are designed for teacher trainers who have responsibilities for training educators on the integration of technology in the classroom. In addition to learning new hands-on project-based, student-centered activities for K-12 classrooms, attendees will receive: 1) Free access to professional development curriculum; 2) Microsoft Innovative Educator certificate and the ability to provide a certificate to teachers you train; 3) Support from the Microsoft Partners in Learning Network community; 4) Eligibility for continuing education or credit hours.
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T1 - Microsoft Innovative Educator Track (cont. Tue 9 am)
Mon & Tue 9:00am-2:45pm - The MIE Track is a two-day workshop (Monday & Tuesday). Participants must attend both days. Pleas see Monday's course description.
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T0 - Highnote: Bishop Edward Clark Tue 10:45 am
T0 - High note speaker 10:45am: Bishop Edward Clark "​The Use of New Technologies in Promoting and Defending the Faith" We ask all participants to please attend the daily high note.
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T1.1 - Google Apps for Education - Tue 9 am
T1.1 - Google Apps for Education - John Reyes - Tue 9 am Google Apps for Education - Drive/Docs: Learn to create, collaborate, and simply get stuff done efficiently with Google Drive and Google Docs. Discover ways to use Google Drive and Docs as both a powerful organizational component and a way to transform teaching and learning in the classroom. Note: A laptop computer and a Google account (sign up for free at google.com!) will help you get the most out of this session! Laptops can be borrowed at the help desk during the conference.
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T1.2 - The Theology of Social Media: The Why - Tue 9 am
T1.2 - The Theology of Social Media: The Why - Elaine Menardi - Tue 9 am Learning and living faith just don’t seem to be priorities anymore. The ministry landscape has shifted under our feet and it’s hard to know what to do next. Two huge questions consume the forefront of our ministry thinking these days: How do we connect with people and get them excited about faith? Why should we use social media to do this? Social media helps us connect. It’s an effective and easy way for us to reach into people’s lives to hear their stories. More importantly, social media is where people of all ages hang out these days. Come explore the rewards of using social media for the New Evangelization!
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T1.3 - How to Engage Every Learner, Every Time - Tue 9 am
T1.3 - How to Engage Every Learner, Every Time: A Simple Instructional Design Theory for Online Education - Charlotte McCorquodale - Tue 9 am How is learning different in an online environment? This workshop will answer this question by exploring what it means to learn and reach every learner regardless of their learning style in an online environment. Exploring the 4MAT Learning Theory from Dr. Bernice McCarty, participants will understand how to apply this cycle of learning to online settings with practical examples.
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T1.4 - iPads in the Classroom - Tue 9 am
T1.4 - iPads in the Classroom - David Lopez, Amanda Allen, Femilyn Yao, Josh Ornelas - Tue 9 am Come learn how to integrate iPads in the classroom from a group of extraordinary teachers who have been leading the way in iPad integration. The focus of this workshop will be integrating apps and websites into various subjects taught with examples of iPad lesson-ideas and workflows. Ideal for K-12 teachers. (Bring Your Own Device, suggested but not required)
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T1.5 - Planning for Technology Integration - Tue 9 am
T1.5 - Planning for Technology Integration - Tue 9 am This workshop will help review what questions need to be asked and considered when planning to integrate technology. A strong technology plan and clear vision for use is crucial for proper implementation of technology.
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T1.6 - Using Technology to Engage Youth - Tues 9 am
T1.6 - Using Technology to Engage Youth - John Rinaldo - Tue 9 am When your parish youth are nose-down in their smart phones, are they finding Christ? Today's youth have many choices about where to spend their time. Using technology, you can get connected, stay connected. and keep their hearts alive in Christ. Learn how to reach youth on their terms using the Web, social media, and the communication tools at your fingertips. Discover practical, proven ways to catch their attention, engage youth in ministries, and nurture faith that will last a lifetime.
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T2.1 - Google Apps for Education - Tue 1:15 pm
T2.1 - Google Apps for Education - John Reyes - Tue 1:15 pm Google Apps for Education - Google Forms/Presentations/Docs: Go in-depth and hands-on with Google Docs, Sheets/Forms, and Presentations -- powerful alternatives to traditional productivity solutions. Make the move "to the cloud" and get answers, create presentations, and share information in ways that reach the people you want to reach. Note: A laptop computer and a Google account (sign up for free at google.com!) will help you get the most out of this session!
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T2.2 - The Theology of Social Media: The WHY - Tue 1:15 pm
T2.2 - The Theology of Social Media: The WHY - Elaine Menardi - Tue 1:15 pm Learning and living faith just don’t seem to be priorities anymore. The ministry landscape has shifted under our feet and it’s hard to know what to do next. Two huge questions consume the forefront of our ministry thinking these days: How do we connect with people and get them excited about faith? Why should we use social media to do this? Social media helps us connect. It’s an effective and easy way for us to reach into people’s lives to hear their stories. More importantly, social media is where people of all ages hang out these days. Come explore the rewards of using social media for the New Evangelization!
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T2.3 - iPads in the Classroom - Tue 1:15 pm
T2.3 - iPads in the Classroom - David Lopez, Amanda Allen, Femilyn Yao, Josh Ornelas - Tue 1:15pm Come learn how to integrate iPads in the classroom from a group of extraordinary teachers who have been leading the way in iPad integration. The focus of this workshop will be integrating apps and websites into various subjects taught with examples of iPad lesson-ideas and workflows. Ideal for K-12 teachers. (Bring Your Own Device, suggested but not required)
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T2.4 - Showcase of Technology Projects - Tue 1:15 pm
T2.4 - Showcase of Technology Projects - Julie Drake and Laura Smith, LACOE - Tue 1:15 pm Are you ready to be inspired? In this session, you will view and discuss some of the best media projects from classrooms in Los Angeles County! Winners of the California Streaming Digital Photography Contest and the Los Angeles County Office of Education’s Digital Voice Awards will spur you to take your classroom technology projects to new levels. We will view and discuss a number of projects and their impact with students and how they relate to the 4Cs: Creativity, Collaboration, Critical Thinking, and Communication.
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T2.5 - Adolescent Catechesis - Tue 1:15 pm
T2.5 - Adolescent Catechesis in a Youth Ministry World - John Rinaldo - Tue 1:15 pm Our traditional models of ministry are changing. What worked 10 years ago in youth ministry does not work today. What do the statistics suggest about how effective our ministry with young people is? What strategies need we employ in the 21st-century church to effectively minister to young people and their families? Join us for a discussion of ministering in a new age.
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T2.6 - SharePoint - Tue 1:15 pm
T2.6 - SharePoint - Tue 1:15 pm Organizations use SharePoint to create websites and as a secure place to store, organize, share, and access information from almost any device. This workshop will show how various departments in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles use SharePoint to organize and collaborate. Want to get started using SharePoint? A basic "how-to get started" training will be provided.
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T2.7 - Look Before You Leap: Legal Limits
T2.7 - Look Before You Leap: Legal Limits to Your Presence on the World Wide Web - Rosa Cumare - Tue 1:15 pm Parishes, schools, and individuals should be aware of the laws on privacy, copyright, misrepresentation, libel, and taxation before posting on the internet. Child protection, respect for others’ creative work, truth in advertising, limits to “free speech,” preserving individuals’ reputations, and the hazards posed to non-profits by making money through internet marketing and sales will be explored, with examples of what to do and not to do.
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W0 - Highnote - The Future of Technology - Eileen Lento - Wed 10:45 am
W0 - Keynote - The Future of Technology - Tom Greaves - Wed 10:45 am We ask that all participants attend the daily highnote.
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W1.1 - Windows in the Classroom - Wed 9 am
W1.1 - Windows in the Classroom Seminar - Kim West - Wed 9 am Explore the tools and technologies available to help educators teach 21st-century skills, common core standards and optimize the classroom for advanced student achievement. It's a great starting point for any school considering a 1-to-1 learning program, and it allows you to see the diversity of Microsoft software and devices applied to learning. Some of the tools highlighted include: OneNote, Lync, SkyDrive, Office 365 & Microsoft Learning Suite.
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W1.2 - DIY: Social Media Strategy for Ministry - Wed 9 am
W1.2 - DIY: Social Media Strategy for Ministry - Elaine Menardi - Wed 9 am How do we use social media for evangelization? The first step is to have a clear understanding of WHY you want to use social media for ministry: To build relationships that connect people in the Body of Christ. The next step is to create an effective and efficient strategy that works for your context. To pave a smooth road for success, we will discuss these questions: 1) What are your goals?; 2) How will you know if you reach your goals?; and 3) What is the next step? Brainstorm with colleagues to create a plan to use for your ministry. Resources included in this session are the Strategy Assessment flowchart and the Scheduler tool.
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W1.3 - Search the Easy Way - Wed 9 am
W1.3 - Search the Easy Way - Wed 9 am NetTrekker Search brings standards-aligned, teacher-approved digital resources and a unique set of learning tools into the classroom to create an engaging 21st-century learning environment. Teachers, students and parents can search for necessary resources, videos, timelines and more through a safe search engine. This course will provide training in the many features and tools of NetTrekker. Some features include refined search tools, class portfolios, folders to organize resources and more.
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W1.4 - The Possibilities of Online Learning - Wed 9 am
W1.4 - The Possibilities of Online Learning - Kay Harter - Wed 9 am Do you find it difficult to schedule formation gatherings to meet everyone’s needs? Are parishioners tired of driving? Do you have scheduling conflicts? Have you considered utilizing online experiences in your ministry? Come and see what the Moodle Learning Management System can do for you, from basic courses to creative gathering spaces, check out the possibilities and dare to dream more for your ministry!
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W1.5 - UCLA Writing Project - Wed 9 am
W1.5 - UCLA Writing Project - David Lopez - Wed 9 am The writing process is ripe for a digital make-over. Come explore various tools that can help engage students in the writing process in a new way. These strategies can help educators add technology to enhance and streamline writing in the classroom.
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W1.6 - Google Apps for Education - Wed 9 am
W1.6 - Google Apps for Education - The "Extra Credit" Class - Wed 9 am Maximize your school's implementation and use of Google Apps! This course shows you how to utilize advanced features for the core products of Google Apps, utilize Google Apps across different devices and platforms, and expand the functionality of Google Apps through the Google Apps Marketplace.
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W1.7 - Technology in a STEM Environment - Wed 9am
W1.7 - Technology in a STEM environment - Wed 9am - Dr. Anita Kriede STEM education is more than just science, technology, engineering or mathematics; it is an interdisciplinary and applied approach that is coupled with real-world, problem-based learning. STEM education removes the traditional barriers erected between the four disciplines by integrating them into one cohesive teaching and learning paradigm. Today, new innovations and inventions tend to be made at the boundaries of these four disciplines, where they naturally overlap. A STEM-literate student is not only an innovator and critical thinker, but is able to make meaningful connections between school, community, work and global issues. This workshop will explore what STEM is about and how technology can help move schools or classrooms into a STEM focused environment.
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W2.1 - The Possibilities of Online Learning - Wed 1:15 pm
W2.1 - The Possibilities of Online Learning - Kay Harter - Wed 1:15 pm Do you find it difficult to schedule formation gatherings to meet everyone’s needs? Are parishioners tired of driving? Do you have scheduling conflicts? Have you considered utilizing online experiences in your ministry? Come and see what the Moodle Learning Management System can do for you, from basic courses to creative gathering spaces, check out the possibilities and dare to dream more for your ministry!
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W2.2 - Technology in a STEM Environment - Wed 1:15 pm
W2.2 - Technology in a STEM environment - Wed 1:15 pm STEM education is more than just science, technology, engineering or mathematics; it is an interdisciplinary and applied approach that is coupled with real-world, problem-based learning. STEM education removes the traditional barriers erected between the four disciplines by integrating them into one cohesive teaching and learning paradigm. Today, new innovations and inventions tend to be made at the boundaries of these four disciplines, where they naturally overlap. A STEM-literate student is not only an innovator and critical thinker, but is able to make meaningful connections between school, community, work and global issues. This workshop will explore what STEM is about and how technology can help move schools or classrooms into a STEM focused environment.
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W2.3 - Sustaining Technology Integration - Wed 1:15 pm
W2.3 - Sustaining Technology Integration - Mary Ellen Gozdecki - Wed 1:15 pm Here today, gone tomorrow! With the rapid pace of technology’s evolution, how can locations keep up with the demands for newer, better, faster devices and infrastructure systems? This workshop will explore various possibilities as to how locations can plan for sustaining technology integration. Please come prepared to discuss and share.
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W2.4 - Using Technology to Engage Youth - Wed 1:15 pm
W2.4 - Using Technology to Engage Youth - John Rinaldo - Wed 1:15 pm When your parish youth are nose-down in their smart phones, are they finding Christ? Today's youth have many choices about where to spend their time. Using technology, you can get connected, stay connected, and keep their hearts alive in Christ. Learn how to reach youth on their terms using the Web, social media, and the communication tools at your fingertips. Discover practical, proven ways to catch their attention, engage youth in ministries, and nurture faith that will last a lifetime.
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W2.5 - Common Core and Technology - Wed 1:15 pm
W2.5 - Common Core and Technology - Where Do You Start? - Wed 1:15 pm This workshop provides an overview of how technology is woven throughout the Common Core Standards. Examples will be offered of how a teacher can apply technology tools to help students achieve the common core standards.
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W2.6 - Windows in the Classroom - Wed 1:15 pm
W2.6 - Windows in the Classroom - Kim West - Wed 1:15 pm Explore the tools and technologies available to help educators teach 21st-century skills, common core standards and optimize the classroom for advanced student achievement. It's a great starting point for any school considering a 1-to-1 learning program, and it allows you to see the diversity of Microsoft software and devices applied to learning. Some of the tools highlighted include: OneNote, Lync, SkyDrive, Office 365 & Microsoft Learning Suite.
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W2.7 - UCLA Writing Project - Wed 1:15 pm
W2.7 - UCLA Writing Project - David Lopez - Wed 1:15 pm The writing process is ripe for a digital make-over. Come explore various tools that can help engage students in the writing process in a new way. These strategies can help educators add technology to enhance and streamline writing in the classroom.
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TH0 - Highnote -Carson Weber - Thu 10:45 am
TH0 - High note presentation by Carson Weber -Thu 10:45 am "​The New Media and the New Evangelization" We ask that all participants attend the daily highnote.
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TH1.1 - Microsoft Publisher - Thu 9 am
TH1.1 - Microsoft Publisher: Professional Results Made Easy - Nancy Moore - Thu 9 am Whether your job requires you to create brochures, newsletters, certificates or e-mail newsletters, with Publisher 2010 you can deliver high-quality results without having graphic design experience. In this class, participants will have hands-on practice using a variety of templates to create professional looking products. Participants will also take a tour of Publisher 2010’s features including the new backstage view, saving files as PDFs or XPS, enhanced photo editing features, easy targeted emailing, and integrated print properties. Note: Participants will use laptops preloaded with all the files necessary for the class. PC only. There is no Mac version of Publisher. Class Level: Intermediate to Advanced
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TH1.2 - Faith Formation 4.0 - Thu 9 am
TH1.2 - Faith Formation 4.0 - Charlotte McCorquodale - Thu 9 am According to Julie Ann Lytle, there have been four Eras of Faith Formation: "Jesus told stories (1.0-Oral), Paul wrote letters (2.0-Written), Reformers used the printing press, while televangelists used radio and television to bring the Good News into every home (3.0-Mass-Mediated). Today, faithful people are integrating digital media and social networking into their efforts to invite and welcome new members (evangelization) as well as share Christian wisdom and practices (faith formation) (4.0-Interactive)." This workshop will explore practical tools and tips for utilizing digital media and social networking in faith formation.
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TH1.3 - The Flipped Classroom - Thu 9 am
TH1.3 - The Flipped Classroom - Thu 9 am The flipped classroom inverts traditional teaching methods, delivering online instruction outside of class and moving "homework" into the classroom. This workshop will review the theoretical framework of a flipped classroom and show examples of what it looks like. This is easier than it sounds!
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TH1.4 - Security in an Online World - Thu 9 am
TH1.4 - Security in an Online World - Thu 9 am Fostering responsible Internet use and safety are crucial in keeping all learners safe. How can we teach this when there is so much at the tip of their fingertips? This workshop will explore policies and strategies that all educators, leaders, parents, and students can take in order to be safe in a virtual world.
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TH1.5 - Sustaining Technology Integration - Thu 9 am
TH1.5 - Sustaining Technology Integration - Mary Ellen Gozdecki - Thu 9 am Here today, gone tomorrow! With the rapid pace of technology’s evolution, how can locations keep up with the demands for newer, better, faster devices and infrastructure systems? This workshop will explore various possibilities as to how locations can plan for sustaining technology integration. Please come prepared to discuss and share.
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TH1.6 - MediaSnap Basics—It’s a Snap (and FREE)! - Thu 9 am
TH1.6 - MediaSnap Basics—It’s a Snap (and FREE)! - Julie Drake and Laura Smith, LACOE - Thu 9 am Did you know that by simply registering your school that every K-12 student and teacher has free 24/7 full access to premium media-on-demand offerings with California Streaming, Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia, and a DVD Lending Library? MediaSnap provides a single login and search with full access to tens of thousands of learning objects from not only those products, but content from Annenberg Learner, Pics4Learning, and the Library of Congress. This session will provide a basic overview presentation of the MediaSnap system, allowing participants to learn about how media can help with teaching and learning. Elements will include a foundation of why video and other media helps students understand concepts, learn simple classroom strategies, and explore the basics of MediaSnap and the systems it searches.
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TH1.7 Creating a Digital Technology Strategy - Thu 9 am
TH1.7 - Creating a Digital Technology Strategy - ​Matt Meeks - Thu 9 am ​Critical to enhancing communication, evangelization, and education at your parish or school is developing a digital technology strategy. Not just a social media plan, but interweaving mobile, local and impending technological innovations to best serve your constituencies. This workshop will provide a general overview of effective digital technology strategies and introduce digital technology resources available to the Archdiocesan community.
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TH1.8 - Free Online Resources - TH 9:00am
TH1.8 - Free Online Resources for Teaching Religion - Thu 9:00 am Don't have the time to research the thousands of resources available online? This workshop will explore various resources that can be used to teach religion. This workshop is perfect for any catechist or religion teacher interested in using technology to help with lesson creations and online resources that learners can access.
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TH2.1 - No More Bullet Points - Thu 1:15 pm
TH2.1 - No More Bullet Points: Presentations with Pizzazz - Nancy Moore - Thu 1:15 pm Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 offers more ways to create and share dynamic presentations with audiences than ever before. Exciting new audio and visual capabilities help tell a story that’s as easy to create as it is powerful to watch. Class participants will learn advanced techniques in PowerPoint 2010 such as working with slide masters, automating presentations, copying or moving slides between presentations, editing photos right on the slide, and removing the background and other unwanted portions of a picture. Participants will also learn how to embed, edit, and play videos in a presentation, manage files in Backstage View, and use the new SmartArt graphic layouts to organize their text. Prezi is an online tool for displaying media and text on a virtual canvas instead of a series of slides. Presenters zoom in and out of their media and navigate easily through their information. Class participants will take an introductory tour of Prezi and have an opportunity to create a free account. Note: Participants will use laptops preloaded with all the files necessary for the class. We will be using the PC version of PowerPoint. Prezi is online and cross-platform. Class Level: Intermediate to Advanced.
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TH2.2 - MediaSnap—Beyond the Basics - Thu 1:15 pm
TH2.2 - MediaSnap—Beyond the Basics - Julie Drake and Laura Smith, LACOE - Thu 1:15 pm Take a deeper look at the remarkable classroom resources and tools available to school staff and their K-12 students. MediaSnap yields powerful search results from premium licensed content in California Streaming and Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia as well as open content from Annenberg Learner, Pics4Learnig, and Library of Congress. This session will go beyond the basics to look at resources and tools in MediaSnap such as creating and sharing resource lists, accessing your digital history, reordering from past orders and batch ordering, and student accounts. As time permits, participants will dialogue about planning for ways to integrate MediaSnap with your existing technolgies.
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TH2.3 - How to Make the Most of Your Website - Thu 1:15 pm
TH2.3 - How to Make the Most of Your Website - Thu 1:15 pm Is your school or parish website generating interest? Is it user-friendly? This workshop will explore strategies that will keep parishioners, parents, students and others coming back to your site! In addition, we will review specific Archdiocesan policies to reference when creating or updating websites.
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TH2.4 - Planning for Technology Integration - Thu 1:15 pm
TH2.4 - Planning for Technology Integration - Thu 1:15 pm This workshop will help review what questions need to be asked and considered when planning to integrate technology. A strong technology plan and clear vision for its use is crucial for proper implementation.
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TH2.5 - Free Online Resources - Thu 1:15 pm
TH2.5 - Free Online Resources for Teaching Religion - Thu 1:15 pm Don't have the time to research the thousands of resources available online? This workshop will explore various resources that can be used to teach religion. This workshop is perfect for any catechist or religion teacher interested in using technology to help with lesson creations and online resources that learners can access.
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TH2.6 - Live Virtual Training Tips and Resources - Thu 1:15 pm
TH2.6 - Live Virtual Training Tips and Resources - Charlotte McCorquodale - Thu 1:15 pm Live virtual training has exploded in recent years both in terms of organizations and schools using it, as well as the types of resources available to host such training. This workshop will provide tips for creating engaging virtual training, as well as explore the various online vendors both with free and paid options. As a bonus, the workshop will discuss how to build up digital content by recording live virtual training sessions.
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TH2.7 - Look Before You Leap - Thu 1:15 pm
H2.7 - Look Before You Leap: Legal Limits to Your Presence on the World Wide Web - Rosa Cumare - Thu 1:15 pm Parishes, schools, and individuals should be aware of the laws on privacy, copyright, misrepresentation, libel, and taxation before posting on the internet. Child protection, respect for others’ creative work, truth in advertising, limits to “free speech,” preserving individuals’ reputations, and the hazards posed to non-profits by making money through internet marketing and sales will be explored, with examples of what to do and not to do.
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TH2.8 - The Flipped Classroom - TH 1:15 pm
TH2.8 - The Flipped Classroom - Thu 1:15 pm The flipped classroom inverts traditional teaching methods, delivering online instruction outside of class and moving "homework" into the classroom. This workshop will review the theoretical framework of a flipped classroom and show examples of what it looks like. This is easier than it sounds!
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TH2.9 - Google Apps for Education - TH 1:15 pm
TH2.9 - Google Apps for Education - John Reyes - Tue 1:15 pm Google Apps for Education - Drive/Docs: Learn to create, collaborate, and simply get stuff done efficiently with Google Drive and Google Docs. Discover ways to use Google Drive and Docs as both a powerful organizational component and a way to transform teaching and learning in the classroom. Note: A laptop computer and a Google account (sign up for free at google.com!) will help you get the most out of this session! Laptops can be borrowed at the help desk during the conference.
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The Archdiocesan-sponsored C3 Pilot Program is hosting its second Technology Conference August 5-8, 2013 at Loyola Marymount University. The C3 Tech Conference is free and open to parishes, schools, regional offices, and various ministries throughout the Archdiocese of Los Angeles only. We encourage teachers, staff, pastors, parish council members, school board members, and key volunteers who are interested in integrating technology into their ministries to attend. The conference will cover technology integration and best practices, change management, skills development, and integration learning management systems (LMS). Participants may choose to attend one day or all days! Registration will close on July 26, 2013. 

August 5:
Pre-Conference Track - 9:00am–2:45pm:
M1 Moodle Track: Moodle Matters - Learning Management Systems (LMS) for
        locations interested in using MoodleRooms Joule

M2 - Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) Program for people interested in becoming             a certified Microsoft Trainer (two day track)

August 6-8:
9:00-10:30 – Workshops
10:45-12:00 – Keynote speaker
12:00-1:00 – Lunch
1:15-2:45 – Workshopsor

Cost: Free!
Parking: Free!
Lunch: Included and free!
Location: Loyola Marymount University – St. Robert’s Hall

We have more information about the conference on our C3 Tech Conference website: http://www.la-archdiocese.org/org/c3/2013-conference/Pages/default.aspx

 

FAQs

 

What are my parking options at the event?

Free parking is available on the LMU campus in the Drollinger parking lot. A code for the campus meters will be e-mailed to all registered participants as the event date is closer.

 

What can I bring to the event?

Participants are encouraged to bring their own devices such as a laptop, iPad, tablet, smartphone, etc. Recording of presentations is not permitted.

 

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please e-mail Karla Briceno at kbriceno@la-archdiocese.org with your questions.

 

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

No, if you can no longer attend the conference please e-mail the event organizer.

 

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Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Please bring a digital copy of your workshop selections to the conference. A printed copy is not needed.

Have questions about C3 Tech Conference Schedule & Directory? Contact C3 Pilot Program in Partnership with Sprint!

When & Where


Loyola Marymount University
1 Loyola Marymount University Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90045

Monday, August 5, 2013 at 9:00 AM - Thursday, August 8, 2013 at 3:00 PM (PDT)


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