[Cato] IC 3.8
wnaf at whatcom.edu
Mon Feb 26 13:21:15 PST 2018
Yes, that's my recollection and what I have been doing. I think cutting out some slides is ok, and talking quick. The main part is to stay on task and try to elicit feedback, in the two I have done there has been 5 minutes of feedback only.
Jess has anyone emailed suggestions to cato@ listserve yet?
Whatcom Community College
From: Cato [mailto:cato-bounces at lists.ctc.edu] On Behalf Of Jess Thompson
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Subject: Re: [Cato] IC 3.8
Well my assumption would be that we give the same presentation as all of the other commissions and then tell them we welcome their feedback to inform our proposal. I thought the plan was to give the same presentation to everyone so that there's consistency in the messaging.
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Subject: [Cato] IC 3.8
We just now were informed that we have a half-hour slot on the main IC agenda next week. I realize that's not a lot of time -- looking forward to your advice on how best to use it.
Mark Jenkins, Director
eLearning |Open Education
Coordinator, Accessible Technology Initiatives
Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges
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