In March and April 2015, NC3ADL held three day-long professional development workshops, each in a different region of the state. More than 180 people attended for a day of networking, food, prizes, and presentations. Below are links to materials and resources from various presenters.

Central Region Workshop at Guilford Tech’s Cameron Campus (3/20/2015)

Avoiding Copyright Violations in the Digital Age
Presenters: Robert Antill & David Sullivan (Fayetteville Technical Community College)

Cool Tools for Enhancing Your Online Course
Presenter: Amanda Matthews (Central Carolina Community College)

Mirror Mirror on the Wall (Moving a face-to-face course to online)
Presenter: Sharon Little (South Piedmont Community College)

The Dirty Dozen: 12 Quick Tips to Enhance Your Online Course Using Blackboard
Presenter: Laurie Hillstock (Blackboard)

Sakai Student Pages
Presenter: Becky Roehrs (Durham Technical Community College)
Additional Resources:

Padlet: Tools Suggested by Central Workshop Attendees

Western Region Workshop at Central Piedmont Community College (3/24/2015)

Web Accessibility: 5-Year Plan and Resources
Presenter: Kim Gelsinger (Gaston College)

Hands-On Accessibility: Creating Accessible Word and PowerPoint Files
Presenter: Carie Whitehead (Central Piedmont Community College)

Copyright in Online Education
Presenters: Mark Coltrain & Cheryl Ann Coyle (Central Piedmont Community College)

Padlet: Tools Suggested by Western Workshop Attendees

Eastern Region Workshop at Nash Community College (4/1/2015)

Avoiding Copyright Violations in the Digital Age
Presenters: Robert Antill & David Sullivan (Fayetteville Technical Community College)

Creating Accessible Word and PowerPoint Content
Presenters: Darrin Evans & Amy Netzel (Wake Technical Community College)
Additional Resources:

Engaging Students with Free eLearning Tools
Presenters: Lane Freeman & Kimberly King (Nash Community College)

Padlet: Tools Suggested by Eastern Workshop Attendees