The Technology, Colleges and Community Worldwide Online Conference (TCC Online Conference) is a virtual, professional development event held annually online. This event enables faculty, staff, students and administrators in higher education worldwide to share their expertise and engage in discussions about innovations and practices related to the use of technology for teaching and learning.
TCC runs on a real-time schedule, with starting and ending dates and times. It includes activities such as live presentations and discussion sessions that begin and end at set times throughout the day. The conference theme focuses on current trends and issues related to technologies for teaching and learning.
Participation involves using a computer or mobile device with a web browser to access online sessions from the comfort of your home, office, or wherever a broadband (wi-fi) connection is available.
For additional information about TCC, see:
- Castro, L. F. (2016). Examining social presence in a professional online conference (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/bitstream/10125/51587/2016-12-phd-castro.pdf
- Kimura, B. Y. & Ho, C. P. (2016). The TCC Worldwide Online Conference: Twenty years of affordable, timely professional development. International Journal for Educational Media and Technology. 10(1), 18-25. Retrieved from http://jaems.jp/contents/icomej/vol10/2_Kimura.pdf
- Ho, C. P., Kimura, B. & Boulay, R. (2011). Retrospective analysis of a virtual worldwide conference for eLearning. International Journal for Educational Media and Technology 2011, 5(1), 107-117. Retrieved from http://jaems.jp/contents/icomej/vol5/IJEMT5.107-117.pdf
- Kimura, B. Y. & Ho, C. P. (2008). Online conferences and workshops: Affordable & ubiquitous learning, Opportunities for faculty development. Proceedings of the Distance Learning and the Internet Conference 2008. Retrieved from http://www.waseda.jp/DLI2008/program/proceedings/pdf/session3-1.pdf
- Kimura, B. Y. (2003). The TCC Online Conference : Faculty Sharing Information About eLearning Globally. Japan Society of Educational Information, 19, 60-62. Retrieved from http://dl.ndl.go.jp/view/download/digidepo_10405792_po_ART0001258793.pdf?contentNo=1&alternativeNo=
- Kimura, B. & Shimabukuro, J. (2001). The Teaching in the Community Colleges (TCC) Online Conference. LeagueTLC Innovation Express.
- Shimabukuro, J. (2000). What is an online conference? The Technology Source Archives. Retrieved from http://technologysource.org/article/what_is_an_online_conference/
For further information, contact the conference coordinators:
Paper proceedings from this conference are available online:
- Ho, Curtis, P. (Ed). TCC Worldwide Online Conference Refereed Proceedings. Retrieved from https://tccpapers.coe.hawaii.edu/
Accessibility Information for this website is available in alternate formats.
For disability accommodations, advance notice is requested. Contact Bert Kimura <email@example.com> ten (10) days prior to the conference start date.
TCC Hawaii, LearningTimes, & the Learning Design and Technology Department (LTEC), University of Hawaii College of Education, collaborate to produce this event. Volunteer faculty and staff worldwide provide additional support.
TCCHawaii.org is a U.S. approved IRS 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit, educational organization founded and incorporated in the State of Hawaii in 2010. The organization sponsors and produces professional development opportunities for faculty, staff and students in higher education worldwide, such as the annual Teaching, Colleges, and Community (TCC) Worldwide Online Conference, and TCCfx, a half-day mini-conference organized by and for graduate students. Contact Bert Kimura <firstname.lastname@example.org> if interested in making a tax-exempt donation.