• April 12-20, 2011
    How can you harness the collective power of intellegence? We will look at what makes learning networks valuable and successful, as well as tools to expedite the process and build your networks beyond the people in your school.

    An enrollment key is necessary to gain access to the course.

    Questions? Contact Lee Anne Morris at lamorris@tulsacc.edu or 828-5086.

  • March 1 - 9, 2011
    Emerging technologies bring new challenges to the classroom, such as copyright law, ownership, fair use, responsibilites in the classroom, and more. We will focus on copyright issues as they apply to technology and/or the online environment. Course will help educators begin to build a bank of resources and understanding. Participants can earn a certificate of completion upon meeting all course objectives. (This course meets fully online)

    An enrollment key is necessary to gain access to the course.

    Questions? Contact Lee Anne Morris at lamorris@tulsacc.edu or 828-5086.

  • March 22-30, 2011
    Bullying has found a home in technology, allowing it to spread beyond the school grounds and make it nearly impossible to track or stop.  Discover resources to educate and promote digital citizenship.

    An enrollment key is necessary to gain access to the course.

    Questions? Contact Lee Anne Morris at lamorris@tulsacc.edu or 828-5086.


  • April 5th - 22nd

    This course is a follow up to Grant Writing for Teachers class at the Eighth Floor. Participants will have an opportunity to go through the process, gaining hands-on experience. The online environment will provide opportunity for peer-feedback and facilitatory input.

    An enrollment key is necessary to gain access to the course.

    Questions? Contact Shawn Beard at shawn.beard@tulsatech.edu or 828-5032.

  • February 1 - March 11, 2011
    This blended course helps educators make the transistion from face-to-face classroom instruction to the world of teaching and learning online. Participants will explore blended and fully online instruction from both the student's and the instructor's perspective.  We will focus on building authentic learning communities, creating successful interaction, and delivering engaging content.  This course starts fully online and transitions into a blended F2F and online course.

    An enrollment key is necessary to gain access to the course.

    Questions? Contact Lee Anne Morris at lamorris@tulsacc.edu or 828-5086.