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September 2021

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CCC MyPath Helping to Bring Students Back to the Classroom

With enrollments down statewide — largely attributed to the COVID pandemic — California’s community colleges are exploring new ways of utilizing the CCC MyPath (MyPath) student onboarding tool to engage prospective students who might need extra assistance.

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Chancellor's Office and Tech Center Implementing Improvements for Combating Virtual Fraud

Numerous sectors have transitioned to a virtual environment in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, but with this shift comes a greater opportunity for fraudulent activity across all industries and government operations, including higher education.

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CVC Partnering with the Student Centered Design Lab for Iterative Redesign of the Systemwide Online Course Exchange

Over the past 18 months, the California Virtual Campus (CVC) has been partnering with the Student Centered Design Lab to gather student feedback about the CVC Online Course Exchange.

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Fall into Humanizing Online Teaching: A Pathway to Equity

This fall, the California Virtual Campus (CVC) is hosting a professional development series designed to prepare you for designing and teaching more equitable online classes. The series, called “Fall into Humanizing Online Teaching: A Pathway to Equity” runs from September through November and is open to all California community colleges faculty and staff.

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The Benefits of Signing Up for a Zoom Subaccount

Zoom subaccounts offer more control, access to a multitude of productivity apps and an updated and more intuitive Canvas integration.

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CCC Data Warehouse Expands Data Sources

A wider variety of data sources now feed the California Community Colleges Data Warehouse, allowing college Researchers and the Chancellor’s Office access to data in support of institutional improvement and decision-making.

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CENIC Network Upgrade Supports CCC Bandwidth Needs

The Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC) is modernizing its high-speed research and education network to support the growing and evolving needs of members statewide, including the California Community Colleges.

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