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Open Educational Resources Initiative In-Person Event - Northern CA

Embassy Suites - Sacramento Riverfront Promenade, 100 Capitol Mall
We need faculty who teach in the following disciplines to attend: Accounting Anthropology Biology Math Music Nursing Psychology A light breakfast as well as lunch will be provided. This event is free to all attendees. We look forward to having you at the meeting!  **Please bring a laptop computer with you to the meeting**   NORTHERN, CA WHERE: Embassy Suites - Sacramento Riverfront Promenade 100 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, CA 95814 WHEN:  October 25, 2019  9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. ROOM: Steamboat / Central Pacific PARKING: Valet parking is available at the hotel (based on availability) for all… more

The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges (ASCCC) Open Educational Resources Initiative (OERI) is hosting two one-day events this October. Here is your chance to attend a meeting to share OER resources, discuss OER needs and/or develop OER for your discipline

Local Senate Visit - Yuba College

Cancelled - Fall Guided Pathways Regional Meeting North - October 24

Lake Tahoe Community College, 1 College Dr
NORTHERN, CA WHERE: Lake Tahoe Community College 1 College Dr, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150 WHEN:  October 24, 2019  10:30 am to 3:00 pm ROOM: Room L103/L104 Lunch will be served. This event is free to all attendees. PARKING: *Parking Lot closest to South Lake Tahoe play field/ Soccer field parking lot*  Parking Permit Instructions:**Note: Parking permits are NOT required**Lake Tahoe Community College provides parking close to all campus buildings Parking is permitted in all lots in designated parking stalls Parking for people who are disabled are available and require proper placard to be… more

**This event has been cancelled. If interested in attending, please refer to additional ASCCC Guided Pathways Regional Meetings found here**

The Guided Pathways Task Force is pleased to announce the fall 2019 Guided Pathways Regional Meetings. We encourage college teams that include the Guided Pathways Liaison, the Academic Senate President, and the Curriculum Chair, as well as other local Guided Pathways leaders such as faculty, administrators, classified professionals, students, and institutional researchers, to attend. In an effort to broaden access to Guided Pathways events provided by the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, we have scheduled some of the meetings in more remote locations. Topics to be addressed include Guided Pathways and Governance, Ensuring Learning (Pillar 4), Onboarding (Pillar 2), and Program Review.

Guided Pathways Webinar - Bridging the Gap Between Instruction and Student Services

Local Senate Visit - Foothill College

Local Senate Visit - Los Angeles Community College District

Area C Meeting

Rio Hondo College, 3600 Workman Mill Road, Whittier, CA 90601

Guided Pathways Webinar - Sustaining Guided Pathways through Governance Processes that Work

Local Senate Visit - CCC Real Estate Conference

Guided Pathways Taskforce Meeting

Santa Monica College, 1900 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90405, USA

Executive Committee Meeting

Marriott Riverside at the Convention Center, 3400 Market Street, Riverside, CA, 92501

Open Forum

Technical Assistance - San Joaquin Delta College

Guided Pathways Webinar - ESL Recoding, New SCFF, and Guided Pathways

ESL CB21 Recoding Project Regional Meeting - Bay Area: Skyline College

Skyline College
WHERE: Skyline College - 3300 College Drive, San Bruno, CA 94066 WHEN:  September 23, 2019 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Meeting Room: Building 6, rooms 202-206 This meeting is free for attendees. Lunch will be served. Parking Instructions: Please see map and parking instructions below.  Please use permit and park in student parking only, not staff parking. Please park in Lot L or M. Registration/Cancellation Deadline: September 16, 2019 Cancellation Policy: No shows or cancellations after the deadline will be billed $25. If you are unable to attend please email events@asccc.org before the… more

Funding and accountability efforts, such as the Student Centered Funding Formula (SCFF), AB 705, AB 1805 and others, rely on drawing information about our students and colleges from coded elements that were not constructed to accurately calculate and align with these current high stakes requirements. At present, the course coding for English as a Second Language courses at many colleges does not accurately represent college offerings nor does it represent student stories. It is crucial for movement of students to and through pathways and for funding that ESL courses be coded accurately. 

This regional meeting has several purposes: identify the new MIS data elements resulting from the AB 705 Data Revision Project; seek feedback and recommendations from faculty experts regarding the coding rubrics; and engage in dialog about data collection needs and possibilities as AB 705 is implemented in ESL and English/written communication courses. To that end, we strongly encourage you to bring your researcher as part of your college team!

Full- and part-time ESL faculty in credit, noncredit, and adult education are encouraged to attend to review and provide feedback for CB21 rubrics for ESL.

Local Senate Visit - College of the Canyons

OER Webinar - Introduction to OER Advocacy - How to Stop Talking to Yourself

2019 Academic Academy

Queen Mary
Our Partners      

The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, in partnership with the Student Senate for California Community Colleges, RP Group, and the CCC Chancellor's Office, is hosting its 2019 Academic Academy with a focus on student experience in Long Beach, CA. on the Queen Mary September 13-14, 2019 located at 11126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90802.  Faculty and students are invited to attend the conference, which will discuss topics including Guided Pathways, student equity, technology, and diversifying of faculty.

 

OER Webinar - OER/ZTC, Equity, and Beyond

Guided Pathways Webinar - What Can ASCCC Do for Your Campus Guided Pathways Efforts?

ESL CB21 Recoding Project Regional Meeting - North Orange/South LA: Cypress College

Cypress College
WHERE: Cypress College, 9200 Valley View Street, Cypress, CA 90630 WHEN: September 11, 2019 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. This meeting is free for attendees. Lunch will be served. ROOM LOCATION: Cypress College Complex, Room 414 (4th floor)*1st floor elevator access across from the Disability Support Services Office*2nd floor elevator access across from the EOPS Office Please see link to campus map. Parking Instructions: Parking Lots 1 & 9 will be listed for this event. Participants must register their vehicles as "Visitors" prior to the event. Alternatively, a day permit may be purchased.… more

Funding and accountability efforts, such as the Student Centered Funding Formula (SCFF), AB 705, AB 1805 and others, rely on drawing information about our students and colleges from coded elements that were not constructed to accurately calculate and align with these current high stakes requirements. At present, the course coding for English as a Second Language courses at many colleges does not accurately represent college offerings nor does it represent student stories. It is crucial for movement of students to and through pathways and for funding that ESL courses be coded accurately. 

This regional meeting has several purposes: identify the new MIS data elements resulting from the AB 705 Data Revision Project; seek feedback and recommendations from faculty experts regarding the coding rubrics; and engage in dialog about data collection needs and possibilities as AB 705 is implemented in ESL and English/written communication courses. To that end, we strongly encourage you to bring your researcher as part of your college team!

Full- and part-time ESL faculty in credit, noncredit, and adult education are encouraged to attend to review and provide feedback for CB21 rubrics for ESL.

Executive Committee Meeting

Cerro Coso College, 3000 College Heights Blvd., Ridgecrest, CA 93555/Hilton Garden Inn Palmdale, 1309 W. Rancho Vista Blvd, Palmdale, CA 93551

OER Webinar - ZTC Vs OER Vs No-Cost

ESL CB21 Recoding Project Regional Meeting - Central: Clovis Herndon Center

Clovis - Herndon Center
  WHERE: Clovis Community College - Herndon Center 390 Fir Avenue, Clovis, CA 93611 WHEN:  September 5, 2019 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Meeting Room: Room 308 This meeting is free for attendees. Lunch will be served. Parking Instructions: Parking will be relaxed day of meeting. Please see attached map below. Registration/Cancellation Deadline: August 30, 2019 Cancellation Policy: No shows or cancellations after the deadline will be billed $25. If you are unable to attend please email events@asccc.org before the cancellation deadline. Cancellations must be received in writing.

Funding and accountability efforts, such as the Student Centered Funding Formula (SCFF), AB 705, AB 1805 and others, rely on drawing information about our students and colleges from coded elements that were not constructed to accurately calculate and align with these current high stakes requirements. At present, the course coding for English as a Second Language courses at many colleges does not accurately represent college offerings nor does it represent student stories. It is crucial for movement of students to and through pathways and for funding that ESL courses be coded accurately. 

This regional meeting has several purposes: identify the new MIS data elements resulting from the AB 705 Data Revision Project; seek feedback and recommendations from faculty experts regarding the coding rubrics; and engage in dialog about data collection needs and possibilities as AB 705 is implemented in ESL and English/written communication courses. To that end, we strongly encourage you to bring your researcher as part of your college team!

Full- and part-time ESL faculty in credit, noncredit, and adult education are encouraged to attend to review and provide feedback for CB21 rubrics for ESL.

Guided Pathways Local Senate Visit - Cypress College