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Executive Committee Meeting

Zoom Videoconferencing

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

Cancelled - Local Senate Visit - Diablo Valley College

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

Local Senate Visit - Barstow College

OERI Webinar - Creating Accessible OER

OERI Webinar - OER Licensing and Attributions

OERI Webinar - OER Licensing and Attributions

OERI Webinar - Open Forum

Guided Pathways Webinar - Practical Discussions and Solutions to Meet Classroom Needs in a Covid-19 World

OERI Webinar - Creating Accessible OER

OERI Webinar - Creating Accessible OER

OERI Webinar - OER Licensing and Attributions

Cancelled - 2020 Spring Guided Pathways Workshop - March 20

Santiago Canyon College, 8045 E Chapman Ave

**Thank you for your interest in attending an ASCCC Guided Pathways Workshop. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many colleges have implemented travel restrictions and faculty are now working to offer their classes via remote delivery. As a result, the Academic Senate's Guided Pathways Task Force has decided to cancel this event. We will keep you updated if we are able to reschedule a webinar or in-person offering. At this time, we understand that faculty need to focus on their students.**

 

The ASCCC Guided Pathways Task Force is pleased to announce the upcoming Spring 2020 Guided Pathways Workshops. We encourage sending college teams that include the ASCCC Guided Pathways Liaison, the Academic Senate President, and faculty working in guided pathways implementation seeking professional development in student services and data evaluation. The workshops are highly interactive and are designed to provide professional development for faculty in three specific areas: 

  • Strengthening local implementation with Guided Pathways Liaisons
  • Defining roles of Counseling faculty, paraprofessionals and faculty advisers
  • Supporting faculty in data literacy and coaching

OERI Webinar - Student Success Research - OER in Biology

Cancelled - Guided Pathways Webinar - Bridging the Gap Between Credit and Noncredit using Guided Pathways – Debunking Myths and Creating Instruction

Special Executive Committee Meeting

Cancelled - 2020 Spring Guided Pathways Workshop - March 13

Fresno City College, 1101 E University Ave, Fresno, CA 93741

**This event has been cancelled. If interested in attending, please register for the Guided Pathways Workshop offered on April 24 at Merritt College. Additional resources can be found at the ASCCC Online Handbook for Guided Pathways.**

The ASCCC Guided Pathways Task Force is pleased to announce the upcoming Spring 2020 Guided Pathways Workshops. We encourage sending college teams that include the ASCCC Guided Pathways Liaison, the Academic Senate President, and faculty working in guided pathways implementation seeking professional development in student services and data evaluation. The workshops are highly interactive and are designed to provide professional development for faculty in three specific areas: 

  • Strengthening local implementation with Guided Pathways Liaisons
  • Defining roles of Counseling faculty, paraprofessionals and faculty advisers
  • Supporting faculty in data literacy and coaching

OERI Webinar - Improving ECE and CD Instruction with Video Resources

OERI Webinar - Improving ECE and CD Instruction with Video Resources

OERI Webinar - What’s Next to Move the Needle?

Executive Committee Meeting

North Orange Continuing Education 1830 W Romneya Dr, Anaheim, CA 92801 / Irvine Marriott 18000 Von Karman Ave, Irvine, CA 92612

OERI Webinar - California Dreaming - Coordinating Statewide Efforts in the Golden State