Santa Rosa Junior College CIRT-Threat Assessment Team Protocol

The Santa Rosa Junior College Crisis Intervention Resource Team (CIRT) and it's subgroup, the Threat Assessment Team (TAT), has a principles and protocols document that would be valuable for a campus working to create or further a similar team. This document includes how to conduct a full threat assessment inquiry and how to develop and implement a Threat Assessment Plan. More information can be found at here .

Implementing Content Review for Communication and Computation Prerequisites

This paper is one of a collection of papers written by the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges (ASCC) to support the use of content review as the basis for establishing communication and computation prerequisites. "Student Success: The Case for Establishing Prerequisites Through Content Review" was adopted at the Fall 2010 Academic Senate Plenary Session and provides the rationale for recommending a Title 5 change that would permit the use of content review as the primary means of validating communication and computation prerequisites. This paper serves as a follow-up to the...

Participating Effectively in District and College Governance

This paper provides guidelines on local decision-making processes that were developed by a joint task force of representatives of the California Community College Trustees (CCCT), Chief Executive Officers of the California Community Colleges (CEOCCC), and the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges (ASCCC). They have been endorsed by the boards of directors of the CCCT and CEOCCC and by resolution of the ASCCC. The guidelines augment ones developed in 1992 by a similar joint task force. The guidelines are grouped by issue area and are in the form of questions and answers. The...

The Role of Counseling Faculty and Delivery of Counseling Services in the California Community Colleges

The original paper, " The Role of Counseling Faculty in the California Community Colleges ", provided principled positions of the Academic Senate regarding the essential functions of counselors and the delivery of counseling services in helping students achieve success. The paper concluded with specific guidance on appropriate roles for paraprofessionals, and an appendix addressed the role of faculty advisors. Much of the content from the original paper remains in this version because, nearly 30 years after the 1986 Seymour-Campbell Matriculation Act, it is still compelling and necessary for...

Equivalence to the Minimum Qualifications

Every district must have an equivalency process, and the determination of equivalency is the purview of the academic senate. Regulations do not provide additional guidelines for what constitutes at least equivalent; however, each district’s governing board, acting on the advice of its academic senate, must establish its standard for equivalency, permitted the standard is not less than qualifications specified on the Disciplines List (most disciplines can be found in Minimum Qualifications for Faculty and Administrators in California Community Colleges ). This paper provides recommendations...

Canvas Resources for Faculty

Thinking about Canvas? @ONE and the Online Education Initiative (OEI) provide a wealth of resources to assist in your exploration of Canvas, an overview of the support available to you, and resources to facilitate your move. Why Canvas? Everything you ever wanted to know about Canvas – visit the Canvas Community Canvas FastTrack Video Series – a quick video guide for instructors to help with the alignment of Canvas tools with SAMR and increase engagement Canvas Interface Overview (Faculty) Canvas Instructor Getting Started Guide Canvas Overview (Students) Canvas Student Getting Started Guide

Canvas Community

A component of the Online Education Initiative (OEI), the CCC Canvas Community provides a forum to share ideas on using Canvas and to leverage our collective voice to ensure that Canvas resources effectively serve our students. All CCC faculty, staff, and administrators are welcome to join the CCC Canvas Community and share their experiences with others on their campus and throughout the CCC system. For more information, visit the Canvas Community.