Provides training on networking and uses action research methodologies, so that community college professionals can transform their environments and identities to create communities of practice that will produce powerful learningand working across campuses - leading to greater student success.
We bring experts to your desktop! n just one hour you could learn about: Computer Basic & Advanced Tools, New Software Applications, Educational Technology, Information Technology, Collaboration Tools, Industry Updates, Hot Topics, Best Practices in Online Education. Make your lunch hour productive with Desktop Webinars. These webinars are just one hour long, starting at 12 noon, Pacific time, and are delivered via a Web browser and phone line.
The Association of California Community College Administrators, is the foremost member-supported professional organization for administrators and managers of California's 112 community college campuses. As you will see when you tour this site, ACCCA seeks to provide its members with services, benefits, products and programs that will enhance their professional lives.
The California Community College Professional Learning Network gathers effective practices, training videos, networking opportunities and a statewide calendar of professional development events. The training videos are produced in partnership with Grovo, and cover more than 100 subjects—from using technology and digital tools to enhancing professional skills. Access the video library at: http://prolearningnetwork.cccco.edu/learn/
High Tech Center of the California Community Colleges offers training and resources for faculty and staff wishing to acquire or improve teaching skills, methodologies, and pedagogy in Assistive Computer Technology, Alternate Media and Web Accessibility.
CCC Student Mental Health Program. This suite of six online, interactive, and research-proven training simulations are designed to educate our faculty, staff, and students about best practices in supporting (1) students who struggle with psychological distress including depression and suicidal ideation, (2) LGBTQ students who are struggling due to harassment or exclusion, and (3) student veterans who are facing challenges in adjusting to college life.