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October, 2022

11Oct1:00 PM1:50 PMEngaging Learners with Mozilla HubsSage Freeman, Chemeketa Community College • Monica Marlo M-G, Portland Community College • Bruce Wolcott, Bellevue College1:00 PM – 1:50 PM

Date

October 11, 2022

Time

Tuesday 1:00 PM – 1:50 PM Pacific Time

Location

Online via Zoom

Cost

Part of 2022 Conference

Session Description

Join us as virtual explorers for a fun and interactive experience as we introduce you to Mozilla Hubs. Together we will explore virtual spaces where students and faculty can meet and collaborate using a computer, smartphone or VR Headset. Share your computer screen, interact with 3D models, draw on a whiteboard, and communicate with others using voice and chat.

Speakers

Sage Freeman

Media Specialist, Chemeketa Community College

sagefreeman.com

HELLO! I am an Instructional Media Specialist working at Chemeketa Community College in Salem, Oregon. I work in the Center for Academic Innovation on a faculty support team. I specialize in instructional media and work with faculty on content creation, use of technology and media, best practices and pedagogical use of media, media enabled classroom technology, and more.

Monica Marlo M-G

Immedgineer, Portland Community College

Hi, I’m Monica Marlo, an Immedgineer, or Immersive Education Engineer at Portland Community College who helps faculty effectively utilize a wide kit of media tools (including xr technologies) to meet their measurable instructional objectives. As the coordinator of the Oregon Community Colleges Distance Learning Associationʻs Emergent Technology work group, I also help support statewide collaborative discovery, exploration, implementation and evaluation of new media technologies and their applicable intersection with universally accessible and inclusive ways of learning.

Bruce Wolcott

Instructional Designer/XR Lab Faculty Lead, Bellevue College

Hi everyone, I’m Bruce Wolcott and I serve several roles at Bellevue College in Bellevue, Washington – as a Communication Studies instructor, eLearning Center faculty advisor, and faculty lead for the XR Lab. Since the XR Lab was created five years ago, we’ve been exploring the equitable use of XR technologies for teaching and learning with faculty and students. One of my main areas of interest is how we can best create a network of shared information about XR that is available on an open source basis amongst educational institutions. It’s a pleasure to share this workshop with Monica and Sage who are both committed to that same goal.