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2021 CAL OER Conference

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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

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

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

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

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 

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 Spring Discipline Input Group (DIG) Meeting - South

Ontario Airport Hotel - 700 N Haven Ave, Ontario 91764

2015 Fall Discipline Input Group (DIG) Meeting (North)

San Mateo Marriott

2015 Spring Plenary Session

Westin San Francisco Airport

The Spring Plenary session will take place on April 9 - 11, 2015 at the Westin San Francisco Airport. Early registration is open now through March 23, 2015!! The theme of this session is “Thriving under pressure”. We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!

 

Area Meetings

Varies

Please contact your area rep for details.

CIAC Annual Conference

DoubleTree Hotel

2014 Spring Plenary Session

Westin San Francisco Airport

The Spring Plenary session will take place on April 10-12, 2014 at the Westin San Francisco airport. Early registration is open now through April 1, 2014. The theme of this session is "Academic Excellence: Strengthening Our Core". We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco. 

 

2013 Fall Plenary Session

Irvine Marriott

Presentations are being added everyday!
 
This Fall Session's theme is "Engineering Success: Gearing up for the Future"
 

2013 Spring Plenary Session

Westin San Francisco Airport

The Spring Plenary session will take place on April 18 - 20, 2013 at the Westin San Francisco airport. Early registration is open now through April 5, 2013.

Area D Meeting

San Bernardino Valley College

Visit the Area D page for more information.

Area C Meeting

College of the Canyons

Visit the Area C page for more information.

Area A Meeting

Sacramento Area

Visit the Area A page for more information.

Area B Meeting

College of San Mateo

Visit the Area B page for more information.

2012 Fall Plenary Session

Irvine Marriott

Statewide Career Pathways DWG Training

The Red Lion Hotel Woodlake Conference Center

2012 SLO Pre-Session

Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport

Join us for a pre-session full of important information for both new and experienced SLO Coordinators. This will be held the morning of the Curriculum Institute.

2012 Vocational Ed Leadership Institute

San Francisco Airport Westin

This year’s Vocational Education Leadership Institute will be held in San Francisco and is offered concurrently with CCCOAE's spring conference. Faculty members attending the Vocational Education Leadership Institute can also attend any CCCAOE breakout session at no extra cost. Don't miss this unique opportunity to network with other occupational education leaders from around the state.