In this Q&A, Cerritos College student Ryan Rohrich shares how some of his accessibility experiences have contributed to his student success both inside and outside of the classroom as a visually impaired student.
California’s first fully online community college, Calbright College, will be enrolling a beta cohort of 300-400 learners in three pathways this fall: general information technology, cybersecurity and medical coding. Each pathway represents a key growth sector of California’s diverse economy.
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Through an updated, intuitive design featuring an easily searchable database, California Community College students can more efficiently plan their transfers to California State University or University of California campuses with counselors.
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The Vision Resource Center is an online hub for system professionals providing online learning modules for professional development and communities of practice for information and resource sharing. With a fresh design, professional development calendar, and new content being added regularly, it provides the support needed for colleges to meet the goals and commitments of the Vision for Success through the Guided Pathways framework.
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In collaboration with California State University and University of California campuses, several California community colleges were awarded funding from the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research to improve student success in science, technology, engineering and math courses.
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Dr. Siria Martinez, Dean of Student Success & Institutional Effectiveness at Woodland Community College, discusses how the Student Success Metrics were instrumental to her institution’s 2019-2022 equity planning process.
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Nearly 1,000 attendees gathered at the Hilton Anaheim for the 2019 Online Teaching Conference to learn about recent developments in online education, information share and network. Select conference sessions are available for viewing on the Online Teaching Conference website.
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