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2022 Fall Plenary Session - Hybrid Event

- The Sheraton Grand Sacramento

The Academic Senate invites you to attend the 2022 Fall Plenary Session on November 3-5, 2022, held at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento! Join us this November to attend impactful breakout sessions, discuss statewide matters, vote on important Resolutions, and to network and engage with faculty across our system. Registration Information Coming Soon!

2022 Career and Noncredit Education Institute - In Person and Virtual Option

Westin South Coast Plaza

ASCCC presents the 2022 Career and Noncredit Education Institute, held at the Westin South Coast Plaza and in Pathable's Virtual Event Platform*, May 12-14, 2022

*subject to change*.

2022 Spring Plenary Session - Hybrid Event

Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport Hotel

ASCCC presents the 2022 Spring Plenary - Hybrid Event, held at the Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Hotel, Burbank, CA and in Pathable's Virtual Event Platform, April 7-9, 2022.

2021 Fall Plenary Session - Hybrid Event

Long Beach and Virtual Event Platform Pathable

The Academic Senate invites you to attend the first-ever hybrid 2021 Fall Plenary Session on November 4-6, 2021 to be held at the Westin Long Beach in Long Beach, and via Pathable! The theme this year is "Leading Change" Teaching, Learning, and Governance in a Hybrid World". Join us this November to attend impactful breakout sessions, discuss statewide matters, vote on important Resolutions, and network both virtually and in-person with faculty across our system. In-person registration is $580 and virtual registration is $325.

2021 CAL OER Conference

Pathable Virtual Event Platform

2021 Spring Plenary Session - Virtual Event

Pathable Virtual Event Platform

Information on the 2021 Spring Plenary***Dates Subject to Change***

WHEN: April 15-17, 2021

WHERE: Pathable Event Platform

Early Registration Deadline: March 15, 2021 *Rates will increase after this date*

2020 Fall Plenary Session - Virtual Event

Pathable Virtual Event Platform

Plenary graphic photo by Dr. Rachel N. Hastings, MiraCosta College:
20 in 20 is both an act of remembrance and an act of systemic resistance. It is a visual reminder of the weight of anti-Blackness and systemic racism that we are carrying into our futures. I lift these names up and call upon you to join me in developing systemic strategies of resistance. In remembering. In re-writing the narrative for Black people in America. In re-designing the structures that stunt our human relations. We must re-imagine the possibilities. We must continue to #SayTheirNames. 
 
 THEME: Addressing Anti-Blackness & IDEAs (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Anti-Racism) in Academic and Professional Matters
 
 

 The ASCCC Fall 2020 Plenary Session will be held November 5-7, 2020.  ***Dates Subject to Change***

The event will take place in the virtual event platform Pathable.  All attendees will receive an email prior to the event with a unique user login.  The platform works with email as your user id, so please make sure all attendees emails are their actual emails.  If you are an admin and are registering a group of people, please make sure you are prepared with each persons unique email.  Please use chrome as your browser as it has the best functionality with the program.

ASCCC: Professional Development Series

The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges is committed to providing resources to the field to further empower and help our system move forward during this time of crisis. To that end, the Academic Senate has put together a series of professional development opportunities to address some of the most critical issues facing our students and faculty today. Part 5 of the professional development series is focused on topics related to planning for fall 2020, curriculum, open educational resources, self-care, and governance. 

In the program section below, you will find links to register for the upcoming meetings. If you have any questions or suggestions on other topics to include, please email info@asccc.org

Cancelled - 2020 Spring Plenary Session

Oakland Marriott City Center

March 17, 2020

Dear Colleagues,

In an attempt to flatten the curve of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Governor Newsom ordered statewide cancellations of events of more than 250 people, and the CDC released additional guidelines suggesting that gatherings larger than 50 people be cancelled. The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges is heeding the guidance and have decided to postpone the Area Meetings and Spring Plenary Session until further notice. The health and wellbeing of our staff, attendees, and community comes first and we understand that many of our colleges and faculty face additional loads, as colleges transition to remote learning or make the difficult decision of closing the campus. The Academic Senate is here to support you during this time. We are currently putting together some resources to distribute to the field to help support the transitions taking place locally. 

We will be sending out communication regarding our annual spring elections in the near future.

If you haven’t already, please contact the Oakland Marriott to ensure your hotel reservation has been cancelled. The Senate Office is taking care of the refunds and will provide a message to all registered attendees on this shortly. 

We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time. If you have any questions, please feel free to direct them to me- krystinne@asccc.org.

Take care of yourself and take care of each other,
Krystinne  

 

Krystinne Mica 
Executive Director 

Academic Senate for California Community Colleges
One Capitol Mall, Suite 230, Sacramento, CA 95814
phone: 
916.445.4753  fax: 916.323.9867

 

 

ASCCC: Small-Group Discussions

The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges is committed to providing resources to the field to further empower and help our system move forward during this time of crisis. To that end, the Academic Senate has put together a series of professional development opportunities to address some of the most critical issues facing our students and faculty today. This is part 3 of the professional development series that will be offered to the field. Information on future meeting and webinars will be posted on the ASCCC webpage. 

In the program section below, you will find links to register for the upcoming online discussions. Each discussion is offered multiple times during the week and is limited to 25 participants to enable rich dialogue and discussion. The discussions will not be recorded but promising ideas will be posted and shared on our website. If you have any questions or suggestions on other disciplines to include, please email info@asccc.org

ASCCC: Large-Audience Webinars

The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges is committed to providing resources to the field to further empower and help our system move forward during this time of crisis. To that end, the Academic Senate has put together a series of professional development opportunities to address some of the most critical issues facing our students and faculty today. Part 4 of the professional development series is focused on topics related to planning for the future, guided pathways, supporting students, governance, and team building. 

In the program section below, you will find links to register for the upcoming webinars. The webinars will be recorded and archived. If you have any questions or suggestions on other topics to include, please email info@asccc.org

ASCCC: Governance, Remote Teaching, and Discipline Discussions

The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges is committed to providing resources to the field to further empower and help our system move forward during this time of crisis. To that end, the Academic Senate has put together a series of professional development opportunities to address some of the most critical issues facing our students and faculty today. Part 2 of the professional development series is focused on topics of governance, remote instruction, counseling, library services, and remaining equity-focused in the midst of crisis.  

In the program section below, you will find links to register for the upcoming webinars. The webinars will be recorded and archived. If you have any questions or suggestions on other topics to include, please email info@asccc.org

ASCCC: Discipline-Specific Discussions

The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges is committed to providing resources to the field to further empower and help our system move forward during this time of crisis. To that end, the Academic Senate has put together a series of professional development opportunities to address some of the most critical issues facing our students and faculty today. This is part 1 of the professional development series that will be offered to the field. Information on future webinars will be posted on the ASCCC webpage. 

In the program section below, you will find links to register for the upcoming online discussions. Each discussion is offered multiple times during the week and is limited to 15 participants to enable rich dialogue and discussion. The discussions will not be recorded but promising ideas will be posted and shared on our website. Future webinars are being scheduled for large audiences that will be recorded and archived. If you have any questions or suggestions on other disciplines to include, please email info@asccc.org

2019 Fall Plenary Session

Renaissance Newport Beach Hotel

 

2019 Spring Plenary Session

Westin San Francisco Airport

2018 Fall Plenary Session

Irvine Marriott

2018 Spring Plenary Session

San Mateo Marriott

C-ID: Discipline Input Group (DIG) Meeting - Southern California 3/02/2018

Ontario Airport Hotel- 700 N. Haven Avenue, Ontario, CA 91764

2017 Fall Plenary Session

Irvine Marriott

C-ID: Discipline Input Group (DIG) Meeting - North

San Mateo Marriott San Francisco Airport

Eventbrite - Discipline Input Group (DIG) Meeting

DEADLINE TO REGISTER: October 2, 2017

 

The Course Identification Numbering System (C-ID) is hosting a Discipline Input Group (DIG) meeting in Northern California this fall.  Here is your chance to attend a meeting to explore the possibilities of aligning baccalaureate programs in your discipline.  For more information on the C-ID project please visit our website c-id.net.

 There is no fee to attend and a light breakfast as well as lunch will be provided.  Later, faculty will be appointed by their respective state senate to participate on the Faculty Discipline Review Group (FDRG) that will prepare draft documents for statewide vetting. 

 We need California Community College faculty who teach in the following disciplines to attend:

   Respiratory Care

o   Automotive Technology

o   Bio-manufacturing

 Please see below for meeting details:

WHEN:             Friday, October 6, 2017; 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

WHERE:           San Mateo Marriott San Francisco Airport

LOCATION:     1770 S. Amphlett Rd. San Mateo, CA 94402 

2017 Spring Plenary Session

San Mateo Marriott

The 2017 Spring Plenary Session will be taking place at San Mateo Marriot, 1770 South Amphlett Blvd., San Mateo, CA 94402 on April 20 - 22, 2017.

2017 Instructional Design and Innovation

San Jose Marriott

2016 Fall Plenary Session

The Westin South Coast Plaza

The 2016 Fall Plenary Session will be held at the Westin South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, 686 Anton Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 from Thursday November 3, 2016 to Saturday November 5, 2016.

Eventbrite - 2016 Fall Plenary Session

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C-ID: Fall Discipline Input Group (DIG) Meeting - South

El Camino College

Location: El Camino College - Torrance, CA

Date: September 23, 2016 - 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Eventbrite - C-ID: Discipline Input Group - Engineering Technology

The Course Identification Numbering (C-ID) System is hosting two discipline input group (DIG) meetings for faculty to consider the development of C-ID descriptors and model curriculum (MC) for Engineering Technology.  The development of the C-ID course descriptors will support local associate degrees and certificates, specific to Engineering Technology.   For additional information on the work of the C-ID system, visit www.c-id.net.

The meetings are designed to be “come one, come all” to encourage wide participation and perspectives. Travel costs will not be reimbursed, but a light breakfast and lunch will be provided. Later, faculty will be appointed by their respective state senate to serve on the Faculty Discipline Review Group that will prepare draft documents for statewide vetting. 

We need faculty from California Community Colleges and high school teachers who teach Engineering Technology to attend the meetings closest to their geographic location. In addition, we need articulation officers to assist each group.

See below for specific information for the two meetings: 

SOUTHERN CA:

WHERE:          El Camino College - 16007 Crenshaw Blvd, Torrance, CA

WHEN:             Friday, September 23, 2016; 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Registration/Cancellation Deadline: September 20, 2016


NORTHERN CA:

WHERE:          Sheraton Grand Hotel, Sacramento, CA

WHEN:             Friday, October 7, 2016; 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Registration/Cancellation Deadline: October 4, 2016


Cancellation Policy:

No shows or cancellations after the deadline will be billed $25. If you are unable to attend please email miguel@asccc.org before the cancellation deadline. 

 

2016 CTE Leadership Academy

DoubleTree Hilton - Anaheim

The Academic Senate will hold a CTE Leadership Institute on May 6-7, 2016, at the DoubleTree Hilton in Anaheim. This year will bring an intense focus on career and technical education at the federal, state, and local level. In our CCC system, the Board of Governors’ Task Force on Workforce, Job Creation, and a Strong Economy recently released its recommendations.  By the time this event takes place in May, implementation conversations will be well underway and input from faculty statewide will be needed.

This event will provide CTE faculty with the opportunity to engage in key policy conversations through their interaction with representatives of the task force, by learning about the implications of policy decisions on local programs and courses, and in participating in breakout sessions to better understand the college processes including topics on leadership, curriculum design, course repetition, and effective program advocacy.