CCC TechConnect’s offering of Playposit, an easy-to-use instructional design platform that allows instructors to overlay quizzes, discussion points and annotations over video content is helping to deepen the level of teaching and learning in the classroom.
With funding from the legislature, the Chancellor’s Office supports systemwide technology investments to maximize equitable student outcomes in partnership with grantees (e.g., the California Community Colleges Technology Center, (Tech Center), the California Virtual Campus, and Tech Connect), colleges, and districts.
There are still specific student populations (particularly low-income students and students who reside in rural areas) without critical technology and financial resources. The digital divide goes beyond reliable high-speed internet access. Equitable access to devices, software, and the skills needed to succeed at school and work is also essential.
Per memo DII 21-200-05 dated November 19, 2021, the Chancellor’s Office via the CCC Technology Center will provide reimbursement for ExLibris subscription costs incurred by your institutions in this 21/22 fiscal year.
Spear phishing is an ultra-targeted phishing method whereby hackers — or spear phishers — pose as a known or trusted sender to appear more legitimate than a typical phishing email.
The California Community Colleges Information Security Center, funded by the statewide Chancellor’s Office, will align its services to the technology goals of Cal-Secure, an Executive Branch blueprint for all state entities to strengthen cybersecurity defenses and overall preparedness.
The CCCID, is a unique systemwide student identifier established for California Community College students in 2018. While the CCCID provides students with a secure, single sign-on to various cloud-based applications, it is also an effective tool for colleges, districts, and the Chancellor’s Office to track students’ non-linear journeys which often span multiple colleges.
The California Virtual Campus’ free Equitable Online Teaching series explores how to foster student agency through an asset-based teaching lens and hone a critical mindset about why and how you grade your students.
Even as colleges begin returning to in-person instruction, the California Community Colleges Accessibility Center, funded by the CCC Chancellor’s Office, remains the go-to destination for colleges interested in accessibility, tools, services and professional development.