16th Annual Conference on eLearning – Save the Date!

Learn More & Register

The 16th Annual Conference on eLearning by Mass Colleges Online (MCO)
will take place Online

on June 2nd

Conference Focus-

Humanizing Online Education

The MCO Conference is a great opportunity to explore and discuss how colleges and universities in Massachusetts are designing and delivering online and hybrid education. Get tips and ideas to:

  • Engage Students Online
  • Create an Accessible Learning Environment
  • Innovate with Technology
  • Manage eLearning Programs
  • And More!

Who should attend?

  • Teaching faculty (or interested to teach) online and blended courses
  • Administrators
  • Instructional Designers
  • Librarians
  • eLearning Support Staff

    Keynote Info- 

    MCO is Pleased to Announce this Years Keynote Speaker:

    Peter Felten, Center for Engaged Learning

    Title: How Human Connections Drive Success in College

    A mentor, advisor, or even a friend? Making connections in college makes all the difference.

  • Click Here to view more  Keynote and Presentation Information

Register Now

Click Here to Register for the 2021 MCO Conference

Call for Proposals

The call for presentation proposals will be issued in December, so start brainstorming what you would like to share with your colleagues across the state college system.

Call for Proposals “Share Your Best Practices”
Deadline for Proposals: Not yet determined

The Conference Committee encourages the submission of proposals that support the following topics:

Teaching and eLearning

  • Delivering course content in an online and blended modality
  • Innovative ways of engaging students online
  • Maximizing student success
  • Promoting positive student interaction
  • Online class management
  • Copyright issues
  • Accessibility and learning accommodations
  • OER Education Resources

Technology

  • Innovative applications of technology
  • Learning Management Systems:
  • Tips and Tricks
  • Integrating Student Information Systems

Academic and Administrative Support

  • Library resources for online learners
  • Academic advising issues in eLearning
  • Tutoring Online Students
  • Best Practices in Managing eLearning Programs
  • Evaluating Blended Courses Instructional Effectiveness
  • Cyber/Internet Security

Please utilize the following guidelines when creating a conference presentation proposal.

You Will be Asked to Provide:
Title of Program (7 word maximum), Primary Presenter/ contact, Summary (500 character maximum summary ), Presentation Format, Presentation, Panel discussion, Hands-on workshop, Technology Requirements, Special Accommodations Required