eLCC Learning Technologies Team Award
This is our second year for a new team focused award for the eLearning Consortium of Colorado. The purpose of this award is to recognize the many initiatives, projects, and programs that support innovation and transformational change in eLearning and the groups that make them possible. The award reflects the complex environment of eLearning and the collaborative nature of our member organizations. Some part of the team initiative, project or program should have taken place from May 2017 - April 2018.

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Name and emails of all team members *
Please list at least 3 but no more than 15 key contributors to the team you wish to nominate.
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Team Nomination
A team must be comprised of at least three eLCC members engaged in a program that furthers the mission of eLCC.
Team Name *
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Name of Team Project *
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Project Description
In 50 words or less please describe your project.
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Alignment with eLCC
In 50 words or less please describe how your project aligns with the spirit of eLCC The eLCC mission statement can be found at http://elearningcolorado.org/wordpress/who-we-are-2/
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Project Description
After March 1, 2018, you will be contacted to provide:
1) Team Photo
2) 1 minute video of the project and
3) Link to the project website, artifact or product.
Each nominee will have a page on the eLCC website.
Evidence of collaboration, innovation, networking and problem solving
eLCC brings together Rocky Mountain region higher education institutions in the spirit of collaboration, innovation, networking, and problem solving to leverage technology that promotes meaningful learning.
Nominator Information
Name *
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Institution *
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Institutional Email *
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Phone number *
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