March 2020

March 2020

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Multiple Campuses Transitioning Courses Online in Response to COVID-19

The Chancellor’s Office has provided the ability for all colleges to convert in-person classes to online, and more than 41 colleges have made this transition or are preparing to shift to expanded delivery of online instruction in the coming days. 

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Cross-enrollment Functionality Implemented at Six California Community Colleges

Through the CVC Exchange, students can search for and enroll in online courses at other community colleges without needing to fill out a separate application.

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Student Centered Design Lab's New Website Goes Live

Website contains information about the Student Centered Design Lab’s current service offerings and provides students an opportunity to sign up to be potential participants for future studies.

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CVC-OEI's Improving Online Pathways Grants Lead to Hundreds of New Online Courses, Programs and Pathways

As a result of the grant funding, approximately 99,000 students will have the opportunity to more easily and more quickly earn credentials, certificates or degrees during the 2020–21 academic year.

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New TechConnect Zoom Feature Can Enhance Students' Interactions With Faculty

Canvas-based TechConnect Zoom facilitates students’ and faculty’s scheduling of office hours, private appointments and much more.

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Multi-factor Authentication Recommended by the Chancellor's Office to Improve Online Security

Multi-factor authentication is a simple yet highly effective security mechanism to protect systems from hackers.

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Chancellor's Office Internally Launches New Online Help Desk for Technical Requests

ServiceNow implementation will eliminate multiple custom applications for help desk functionality and research requests.

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