OADEP’s Annual Conference Archives

OADEP 2017 Annual State Conference 

The 2017 Annual State Conference was November 16  and 17 at Columbus State Community College, Columbus, OH. Thank you to the nearly 200 who attended the event!

View the 2017 Conference Schedule

Thursday, November 16 Presentations

Pre-Conference Workshop: CCP 101: A Crash Course, Sharon Schroeder

Keynote: State Law and Policy Changes, Dr. Larisa Harper

Friday, November 17 Presentations

Morning Keynote: Understanding and Engaging Under-Resourced Students, Karla Krodel

Afternoon Keynote: Data Participation and Performance Years 1 and 2

Break-Out One

  1. Incorporating CCP into Guided Pathways at Ohio’s Community Colleges – Ohio Association of Community Colleges & Lorain County Community College
  2. Encouraging Matriculation from CCP to College through Scholarship and Communication – Rhodes State College
  3. Ensuring Quality Course Delivery  in a High School Setting – Ohio University
  4. The Central Ohio Modern Manufacturing Work Study- An Alternative College Credit Plus Pathway- Honda North America
  5. Continuing the Conversation: Understanding and Engaging Under-Resourced Students, Karla Krodel

Break-Out Two - Facilitated institution conversations led by Board members                                 

Break-Out Three

  1. Accommodations for Students with Disabilities in Dual Enrollment Classes, Columbus State Community College
  2. Transforming Relationships and Decisions with Dual Enrollment Reporting Tool, Sinclair Community College
  3. Panel: CCP and AP
  4.  Panel:  CCP Student Orientation, Advising and Registration, Kent State University & Ohio University

OADEP 2016 Annual Conference

OADEP’s 2016 Annual Conference was November 9 and 10 at Columbus State Community College. Sessions focused on, but are not limited to, academic support, FERPA, ODDEX/Data reporting, best practices, and textbooks.

The keynote speaker was  Jennifer Dounay Zinth. Jennifer is Director, High School and STEM, at the Education Commission of the States. She transitioned to her position as Education Commission of the States’ director of high school and STEM in 2014. In her role, Jennifer conducts research and analysis, and counsels states on numerous issues related to high school/college-readiness/transitions to postsecondary, and on STEM topics from early learning through postsecondary. Prior to her current role, Jennifer served as the co-director of Education Commission of the States’ Information Clearinghouse, where she honed her expertise on high school issues while performing, coordinating and overseeing research, analysis and technical assistance across issues from early learning through postsecondary.

For more information on the Education Commission of the States and Jennifer visit: http://www.ecs.org/