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Welcome to NWeLearn 2019! We are excited about his annual event. Here is some housekeeping information to navigate the event:
  • The conference is hosted in the Convention Center, a separate building next to the Riverhouse Hotel. You can walk there from the hotel by taking one of the paths that go under MT Washington Drive or drive directly there.
  • The Convention Center has two levels. Meals and main sessions will be held in the lower level and the breakout sessions will be held in the main or 1st floor.
  • Restrooms are in the 1st Floor across from Cascadia B.
  • The Thursday night, Networking & Hors D’oeuvres, will be held right after the last Thursday breakout session in the main entrance space by the fireplace on the 1st floor.
Feel free to ask any questions, post your experiences in the Slack Community site, nwelearn.slack.com, and upload your pictures to the NWeLearn Conference 2019 Google Photos site.
Friday, October 18 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Support for the Elusive Hybrid

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Hybrid learning is supported to various degrees and in a variety of ways at our institutions of higher learning. The road to supporting hybrids at Portland Community College has been fraught with bumps, detours and occasional dead ends, but positive steps have been taken in the past couple of years to firm up the foundation for this instructional mode. Come learn about the journey PCC has taken in the quest to support hybrids, and strategies that are helping to move this instructional mode into the mainstream. Share what has worked at your own college as well.

Outcomes
  1. Identify strategies for supporting hybrid learning from both faculty and student perspectives.
  2. Identify effective training and hybrid course development strategies.
  3. Identify ways to communicate awareness of hybrid courses to students.

Speakers
avatar for Megan Savage

Megan Savage

Instructor, Writing & Literature, Portland Community College, Sylvania
Megan Savage has taught writing and literature at Portland Community College since 2008 and has taught online and hybrid courses for PCC and Clark College. She predominately teaches Creative Writing, Technical Writing, and Children's Literature. She is (or has been) active in PCC's... Read More →
avatar for Greg Kaminski

Greg Kaminski

Instructional Computing Facilitator, Portland Community College
Greg Kaminski is with Online Learning at Portland Community College where he focuses on promoting quality online/hybrid course design and effective teaching strategies. He coordinates the online and hybrid faculty mentor programs at PCC. He chairs the course quality/professional development... Read More →



Friday October 18, 2019 10:00am - 11:00am
Cascade B Riverhouse on the Deschutes

Attendees (15)