The Online Education Initiative's (OEI) Online Accessibility Resource Documents page provides information about online accessibility. This page has modules on Creating Accessible Courses in Canvas and introductions to Online and Media Accessibility, video tutorials on how to make accessible...Read more
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...Read more
Appropriate course enrollment maximums are an essential aspect of guaranteeing the quality of instructional programs. Colleges must consider many factors in establishing these enrollment limits, including legal codes, student and instructor safety, instructor workload, and the fiscal viability of...Read more
The California Community Colleges have long had mechanisms for awarding students credit for prior learning, from evaluating transcripts to establishing standards for the units and course credit to be associated with designated scores on nationally and internationally recognized curricula and exams...Read more
Credit by exam is a mechanism employed in the California community colleges as a means of granting credit for student learning outside of the traditional classroom. In some instances, credit by exam is the means used to award college credit for structured learning experiences in a secondary...Read more
This paper considers noncredit instruction in the California Community College System. Noncredit students pay no enrollment fees and normally receive no college credit or official course grades. State apportionment funding is provided for noncredit instruction in specified areas. The paper...Read more
The 1998 Academic Senate for California Community Colleges paper, Program Discontinuance: A Faculty Perspective presented issues of program discontinuance and addressed principles and key factors for effective faculty participation in the development of fair and equitable program discontinuance...Read more
The Academic Senate for California Community Colleges (ASCCC) initiated the Professional Development College (PDC) in 2014 to serve as a comprehensive professional development resource for all faculty, staff, and administrators in the California community colleges. Faculty experts under the...Read more
[wpv-autop]Logic Models provide a “road map” for implementation of initiatives, programs, change, and in this example, for integrated planning. A Logic Model can also provide a picture of integrated planning and demonstrate how achievements will be realized. The set of materials provided here are...Read more
Integrated planning has become an important function to plan for external or internal initiatives, but even with the most sophisticated planning tools it is common for institutions to continue to struggle implementing initiatives. This document outlines a process to help institutions ensure a...Read more
Logic Models provide a “road map” for implementation of initiatives, programs, change, and in these examples, for the development of integrated planning resources and strategic planning. These resources are part of the Integrated Planning Applied Solution Kit (ASK). [caption id="attachment_57192"...Read more
The Conceptual Model of Integrated Planning was developed for colleges to use as a guide for their planning purposes. The model includes five components (Discover, Develop, Implement, Evaluate, and Report) that individually and collectively contribute to an effective process. Each component asks...Read more
The purpose of this template is to help representatives report back to their group about what happened at a committee meeting. This is not meant to replace the minutes (which are often not available until the next meeting), but rather to quickly disseminate information, especially if there are...Read more
This paper offers readers a practical overview of three empirical methods to identifying possible equity gaps on their campus. While data and statistics are discussed, this review is intended for a general audience of educators and practitioners. The goal is to help readers garner the skills and...Read more
The Basic Skills Cohort Progress Tracker is one of ten outcomes-based reports available from the CCCCO's Management Information Systems Data Mart . General instructions regarding the use of the Basic Skills Cohort Progress Tracker and a presentation on its use are provided below. These resources...Read more