TTAC met in August and discussed the Digital Innovation and Infrastructure Technical Assistance Provider Team, AbodeSign and ServiceNow implementation, AB705, California Department of Education MOU, the Chancellor’s Office Curriculum Inventory, forthcoming accessibility resources, Enterprise Resource Planning platforms, and updating distance education guidelines.
The Vision Resource Center is continually expanding its learning catalog, to include modules created by the California Community Colleges. New modules include Guided Pathways Field Notes, Student Centered Funding Formula and Instruction in Prisons.
The Digital Innovation and Infrastructure Division’s Technical Assistance Provider Team is bringing greater clarity and transparency to stakeholders across the educational technology portfolio through expanded communication and implementation of a standard set of documents. The team is concluding an annual work plan process designed to help system-level technology investments work more efficiently for all college stakeholders.
A systemwide, cloud-based Library Services Platform is on track to go live by January 2020 at 110 California community colleges, more efficiently connecting students to high quality resources in library collections.
Fall CCCApply updates will make the applications mobile-responsive to improve prospective students’ experiences viewing, completing and submitting applications on a smartphone or tablet. National survey data indicate that 20 percent of American adults today are “smartphone only” internet users.
California community colleges can now create customized professional development resources on accessibility using a series of free Accessibility Essentials micro-courses available on Canvas Commons.
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