CVC/@ONE Professional Development Opportunities

As we look ahead to another term of teaching fully online, it is more important than ever that our CCC faculty receive the guidance and support needed to help students succeed in the “new normal.” All of these @ONE courses are facilitated by faculty and other subject matter experts from our system who are here to help instructors build and teach effective online courses. Check out our upcoming opportunities and enroll today!

Equity and Culturally Responsive Online Teaching Nov 2 – Dec 5, 2020
With racial justice in the national spotlight, equity and culturally responsive teaching and learning are critical topics in education. In this course, you’ll learn to apply the principles of Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning to advance equity in your course.


Creating Accessible Course Content Nov 2 – Dec 5, 2020
We want all our students to have a great learning experience, don’t we? Yet, for many, the typical online course is booby-trapped with roadblocks to learning. This course will show you how to create accessible content to support your students’ success online.


Introduction to Course Design Nov 9 – Dec 12, 2020
The power of an online course comes from careful planning and intentional design. Blending the concepts of backward design with universal design with hands-on practice, you’ll gain mastery in the skills needed to purposefully design an engaging, high-quality online course that captures–and keeps–your students’ attention.


Humanizing Online Teaching & Learning Nov 9 – Dec 12, 2020
Are you looking for the secret sauce for building community and fostering meaningful student-student interactions? Well, you’ve found it. Immerse yourself in a supportive online learning community as you develop humanized practices that will lay an inclusive foundation for community building and collaboration.


Assessment in Digital Learning Nov 9 – Dec 12, 2020
Assessment is not just for testing anymore! In this course, we’ll explore a design process called the assessment loop, looking at the ways clear learning outcomes, thoughtfully designed assessment, and analysis of results can help you engage your students in authentic, meaningful assessment and build a better course. 


If you have any questions, please contact support@cvc.edu

LACCD Online Learning Workshops November 2020

GoReact Webinars

GoReact is an assessment tool for coaching and feedback on student video submissions.


GoReact In-Depth

GoReact In-Depth Led by Dustin at GoReact
Wednesday, November 18th @ 12 – 1 pm Join this Session (no need to register)


Effective Online Office Hours

Led by Ana Figueroa
Thursday, November 5th @ 1 -2 pm
Register for this session in Zoom


Ally Accessibility Tool

Led by Gerry Clark
Friday, November 6th @ 11 am – 12 pm
Register for this session in Zoom


VoiceThread Media Tool

Led by George at VoiceThread
Monday, November 9th @ 11 am – 12 pm
Register for this session with VoiceThread


Turnitin Anti-Plagiarism Tool

Led by Jonathon Klyng
Tuesday, November 10th @ 2 – 3 pm
Register for this session in Zoom


Canvas Design Best Practices

Led by Kristin Denver
Friday, November 13th @ 11 am – 12:30 pm
Join this Session (no need to register)


Zoom 101: Zoom Basics

Led by Joanna Zimring-Towne
Wednesday, November 18th @ 11 am – 12 pm
Register for this session in Zoom


New Canvas Rich Content Editor

Led by Kirstin Denver
Friday, November 20th @ 11 am – 12 pm
Join this Session (no need to register)


PlayPosit Intermediate/Advanced

Led by the PlayPosit Team
Friday, November 20th @ 1 -2 pm
Join this Session (no need to register)


For more information about these webinars, please see the LACCD Faculty Canvas Resource Shell!

Wayfinding Online: Navigating the Virtual Landscape Together 11.3.20 – 11.6.20

Dear 3CSN Wayfinding Community,

We hope this email finds you well. As we move forward to what may be the most significant election of our lifetime, we are more grateful than ever for our community.

We want to thank those of you who are actively participating in our design labs. We are humbled by your energy and enthusiasm for learning both for yourselves and your students.

Our Civic Dialogues Series has officially ended for the fall; however, the two “deeper dive” workshops on November 6th and November 13th will keep us centered around this important work as we move forward to the holidays.

Grossmont College will be joining us for the Learning Assistance Hour on Friday at 3 pm for a special session on “Power of Peer Connection and Engagement.”

If you’re feeling overwhelmed or would like to share more informally in community, you may wish to join us for the Mindfulness for Educators session on Wednesday at 1 pm or the Shop Talk: Zoom session on Tuesday at noon. And don’t forget the Classified Professionals Hour is every Wednesday at 3 pm for support and shared learning.

Learn more about this week’s offerings, as well as session highlights, and register below. We look forward to seeing you in the network (online for now)!


Join us for our Civic Dialogues Series Deeper Dives with Leaders in the Field!

Project-Based Learning:
Moving from Theory to Practice

Dr. Kristin Wobbe
Co-Director, Center for Project-based Learning, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Friday, 11/6 – 10 AM to 12 PM

Like the idea of project-based learning, but wondering how to put it into practice? Join us for this powerful workshop to:

  • Gain an understanding of the motivational aspects of project-based learning and the key elements of high-quality projects
  • Examine project examples to identify ways that projects move students from an understanding of theory to application of that knowledge to better their communities
  • Analyze your courses to identify spaces where projects can serve as significant learning opportunities that not only develop important academic and professional skills but also build student confidence and benefit communities.

Register


Missed Civic Dialogues Session 7? View it here:

Creating Civic Pathways
Drs. Elaine Ikeda, Executive Director, California Campus Compact and Rowena Tomaneng, President, San Jose City College

Video


Mark your calendar and register now for this special learning assistance hour roundtable discussion…

Learning Assistance Hour: Writing Center Roundtable
11/20 3 PM-4 PM & 12/3 5 PM – 6 PM

Join 3CSN for a 1-hour roundtable discussion among writing center professionals to explore the successes, hopes, and dreams with regard to providing online writing support to our students. After a brief introduction and an opportunity to share successful practices, participants will select an inquiry question to discuss more deeply with other writing center colleagues.

Register for 11/20 Session

Register for 12/3 Session


Missed last Friday’s Civic Dialogues session? View it here…


3CSN Presents Civic Dialogues: Creating Civic Pathways
Please join us (virtually) for the final day of the Strengthening Student Success Conference…
Learn More & Register


There’s still time to register for two of 3CSN’s Fall Design Labs beginning Friday, 10/30!

We Can Do This: Learning and teaching online, through crisis, and beyond

Four consecutive Fridays,
10 AM – 11:30 AM, 10/30, 11/6, 11/13, 11/20

Teaching online? We can do this! Let’s leverage this moment of change in course delivery to get to the core of effective teaching: designing for equity and student engagement.

Join 3CSN Coordinators Sarah Sullivan and Nicole Bryant Lescher as well as faculty colleagues from across the state in this four-part design lab.

We will build relationships and knowledge together, focusing on effective online pedagogy and student-centered active learning, and directly apply our learning and metacognitive reflections to design elements of our fall courses.
Register


Home Alone: Building organizational capacity and coherence with colleagues in a remote environment

Four consecutive Fridays,
1 PM – 2:30 PM, 10/30, 11/6, 11/13, 11/20

Join 3CSN Network Director Jessica Cristo and Lead Coordinator Rebecca Moon-Stone for this four-part design lab that invites campus colleagues to participate in sustained work to increase leadership capacity and build coherence.

Participants will learn how to build relationships based on shared values so that they can continue their student success efforts in remote environments and produce intentional online professional learning for their colleagues.
Register


Have a minute to share your thoughts? Please take our survey!


Have an idea for a session or series? Want to get involved?
Please reach out! ask@3csn.org


Wayfinding Online Zoom Sessions Schedule
11.3.20 – 11.6.20

Looking for ways to make your Canvas course more student-centered?
Canvas 102: Modules
Tuesday, 11/3, 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Join Josh Miller, Los Angeles Valley College Communications Studies Chair, for this Learn & Practice session that will provide and generate ideas for intentionally designing student-centered modules.
Register


Zoom users, come talk about it…
Shop Talk: Zoom
Tuesday, 11/3, 12 PM – 1 PM
Join us in this informal space to “talk shop” about Zoom– what you’re experiencing so far, what you have to share, and what you need help thinking through– facilitated by 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning.
Register


Find your center…and help your students find theirs, too…
Mindfulness for Educators
Wednesday, 11/4, 1 PM – 2 PM
Looking for ways to be more centered, resilient, peaceful, kind, and present for your students and yourself? Join 3CSN coordinator Sarah Sullivan (Mission College) and educators across the state in this intentional space to practice mindful breathing, reflective journaling, and heart sharing. 
Register


Miss your office community? Join us…
Virtual Community Hour for Classified Professionals
Wednesday, 11/4, 3 PM – 4 PM
Join 3CSN Classified Professionals Betina Vallin and Estela Miranda for this space specifically designed to support classified professionals as we navigate this virtual work environment together.
Register


Looking for new ways to engage students and/or colleagues online?
Tools for Asynchronous and Synchronous Discussions: Jamboard & Padlet
Thursday, 11/5, 2:30 PM – 4 PM
Join 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning and students for this one-hour session exploring ways to use tools to enrich asynchronous as well as synchronous discussions and collaborations. The session will cover Google Jamboard and Padlet. Participants are invited to stay from 3:30 to 4 to practice and ask questions.
Register


Learning Assistance Hour: 
Power of Peer Connection and Engagement
Friday, 11/6, 3 PM- 4 PM
In this one-hour session, Grossmont College’s Tutoring Center Specialist, Carolyn Fisher, will explore questions and strategies around how to connect and engage in ways that help students feel heard and understood. What questions and phrases engage students in a strength-based way? How can we help students with their academics while supporting their confidence and overall success? Participants are also invited to stay from 4:00pm – 4:30pm to further explore questions and applications.
Register


Looking for inspiration? Check out our Wayfinding Online YouTube playlists…


3CSN Presents Civic Dialogues


3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Spotlight Sessions


3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Library Sessions


3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Canvas Sessions


3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Equity in Action: Praxis …


3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Zoom Sessions


Missed a session? Want to see something again? Subscribe to our Wayfinding Online YouTube Channel. We currently have nearly 200 videos on the channel and more are being added weekly.


Having trouble going through the mountains of resources coming your way? We’re here to help! We’ve consolidated our FAQs, Community Support Padlets, and video archives into one resource page: Resources


Did someone share this email with you? Would you like to stay updated on our upcoming events? Join our mailing list

Take good care of yourselves and others. We look forward to seeing you in our Wayfinding sessions this week.

In community,
Deborah Harrington, Ed.D.
Executive Director
California Community Colleges’ Success Network (3CSN)

Wayfinding Online: Navigating the Virtual Landscape Together 10.27.20 – 10.30.20

Dear 3CSN Wayfinding Community,

We hope this email finds you well. As we move deeper into the semester in virtual time (wasn’t it August just yesterday?), we are focused on providing opportunities for powerful professional learning and community while keeping an eye toward the Winter and Spring.

This week we are immersed in our Fall design labs (two are starting on the 30th and there’s still time to register!). We are also excited to share that we are introducing two Civic Dialogues “deeper dive” workshops. Learn more below.

If you’re feeling overwhelmed, you may wish to join us for the Mindfulness for Educators session on Wednesday at 1 pm or the Shop Talk: Canvas session on Thursday at noon to share and problem-solve. And don’t forget the Classified Professionals Hour is every Wednesday at 3pm for support and shared learning.

Learn more about this week’s offerings, as well as session highlights, and register below. We look forward to seeing you in the network (online for now)!


Civic Dialogues Series is wrapping up this week…but two
“deeper dive” workshops have just been added. Don’t miss out!
Civic Dialogues Series: Session 7
Creating Civic Pathways – Drs. Elaine Ikeda, Executive Director, California Campus Compact and Rowena Tomaneng, President, San Jose City College

Friday, 10/30, 11 AM – 1 PM
Register


Mark your calendar and register now for our upcoming Civic Dialogues workshops…

Project-Based Learning:
Moving from Theory to Practice
Dr. Kristin Wobbe
Friday, 11/6, 10 AM to 12 PM

Like the idea of project-based learning, but wondering how to put it into practice? Join us for this powerful workshop to:

  • Gain an understanding of the motivational aspects of project-based learning and the key elements of high-quality projects
  • Examine project examples to identify ways that projects move students from an understanding of theory to application of that knowledge to better their communities
  • Analyze your courses to identify spaces where projects can serve as significant learning opportunities that not only develop important academic and professional skills but also build student confidence and benefit communities

Register


Integrative Global Learning and Civic Engagement: Merging Powerful High-Impact Practices
Dr. Dawn Michele Whitehead
Friday, 11/13, 10 AM to 12 PM

Wishing to give your students a transformative global experience but not sure where to begin? Join us for this powerful workshop to:

Explore ways to integrate global perspectives into existing and new courses and programmatic offerings grounded in the AAC&U Global Learning VALUE Rubric
Draw on your own teaching experience to identify new ways to articulate global learning outcomes and integrate global learning into assignments and activities.
Register


Missed last Friday’s Civic Dialogues session? View it here…


3CSN Presents Civic Dialogues: Creating Civic Pathways
Please join us (virtually) for the final day of the Strengthening Student Success Conference…
Learn More & Register


There’s still time to register for two of 3CSN’s Fall Design Labs beginning Friday, 10/30!

We Can Do This: Learning and teaching online, through crisis, and beyond

Four consecutive Fridays,
10 AM – 11:30 AM, 10/30, 11/6, 11/13, 11/20

Teaching online? We can do this! Let’s leverage this moment of change in course delivery to get to the core of effective teaching: designing for equity and student engagement.

Join 3CSN Coordinators Sarah Sullivan and Nicole Bryant Lescher as well as faculty colleagues from across the state in this four-part design lab.

We will build relationships and knowledge together, focusing on effective online pedagogy and student-centered active learning, and directly apply our learning and metacognitive reflections to design elements of our fall courses.
Register


Home Alone: Building organizational capacity and coherence with colleagues in a remote environment

Four consecutive Fridays,
1 PM – 2:30 PM, 10/30, 11/6, 11/13, 11/20

Join 3CSN Network Director Jessica Cristo and Lead Coordinator Rebecca Moon-Stone for this four-part design lab that invites campus colleagues to participate in sustained work to increase leadership capacity and build coherence.

Participants will learn how to build relationships based on shared values so that they can continue their student success efforts in remote environments and produce intentional online professional learning for their colleagues.
Register


Want to know more about our Design Labs? Check out our newsletter…


Have an idea for a session or series? Want to get involved?
Please reach out! ask@3csn.org


Wayfinding Online Zoom Sessions Schedule
10.27.20 – 10.30.20

Does your Canvas course need an accessibility check?
Canvas 102: Accessibility
Tuesday, 10/27, 10:30 AM – 12 PM
Join Josh Miller, Los Angeles Valley College Communications Studies Chair as he shares his own Canvas course and provides tips to make your Canvas course accessible.
Register


Find your center…and help your students find theirs, too…
Mindfulness for Educators
Wednesday, 10/28, 1 PM – 2 PM
Looking for ways to be more centered, resilient, peaceful, kind, and present for your students and yourself? Join 3CSN coordinator Sarah Sullivan (Mission College) and educators across the state in this intentional space to practice mindful breathing, reflective journaling, and heart sharing.
Register


Looking for new ways to engage students and/or colleagues online?
Tools for Asynchronous and Synchronous Discussions & Collaboration: Google Slides –
Wednesday, 10/28, 2 PM – 3 PM
Join 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning and students for this interactive session exploring ways to use tools to enrich asynchronous as well as synchronous educational spaces. This session will cover Google Slides.
Register


Miss your office community? Join us…
Virtual Community Hour for Classified Professionals
Wednesday, 10/28, 3 PM – 4 PM
Join 3CSN Classified Professionals Betina Vallin and Estela Miranda for this space specifically designed to support classified professionals as we navigate this virtual work environment together.
Register


Canvas users, come chat about it…
Shop Talk: Canvas
Thursday, 10/29, 12 PM- 1 PM
Join us in this informal space to “talk shop” about Canvas– what you’re experiencing so far, what you have to share, and what you need help thinking through– facilitated by 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning.
Register


Looking for inspiration? Check out our Wayfinding Online YouTube playlists…


3CSN Presents Civic Dialogues


3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Spotlight Sessions


3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Library Sessions


3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Canvas Sessions


3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Equity in Action: Praxis …


3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Zoom Sessions


Missed a session? Want to see something again? Subscribe to our Wayfinding Online YouTube Channel. We currently have nearly 200 videos on the channel and more are being added weekly.


Having trouble going through the mountains of resources coming your way? We’re here to help! We’ve consolidated our FAQs, Community Support Padlets, and video archives into one resource page: Resources


Did someone share this email with you? Would you like to stay updated on our upcoming events? Join our mailing list

Take good care of yourselves and others. We look forward to seeing you in our Wayfinding sessions this week.

In community,
Deborah Harrington, Ed.D.
Executive Director
California Community Colleges’ Success Network (3CSN)

LACCD Disability Summit

 Friday October 30, 2020

8:45 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Register Now!

https://laccd.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0odu6oqDMvGNNLp8HZs2bn1If8aa-vYtcq

Francisco C. Rodriguez, Ph.D., Dawn Okinaka, M.A. Interim Director California Community Colleges Accessibility Center, Liesl Madrona, M.Ed.
Instructional Designer
Accessibility Specialist,
Shawn Jordison, M.S.
Accessibility and
Alternate Media Specialist

 LACCD encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation, or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact (Adrian Gonzalez) at (818-833-3313) or (gonzala@laccd.edu) as soon as possible, but no later than five (5) business days prior to the event.

Wayfinding Online: Navigating the Virtual Landscape Together 10.20.20 – 10.23.20

Wayfinding Online: Navigating the Virtual Landscape Together
10.20.20 – 10.23.20
Our 3CSN Fall/Winter Newsletter has arrived!
Dear colleagues,
We are excited to share this year’s 3CSN Fall Newsletter with you. This newsletter is  traditionally distributed during the Strengthening Student Success Conference, but like the conference, we too have gone virtual.
Although we miss seeing you at our in-person events, we are even more appreciative to see you online with us. Together, in community, we are finding our way through these unprecedented times. 
The newsletter highlights the great work of our network- the practitioners who are continuing to strive for student success in our community colleges.
We hope you enjoy seeing familiar faces, remembering our statewide events, and learning more about our extensive online offerings that have reached over 7,000 participants since March.
3CSN is humbled by your eagerness to learn with us.
With appreciation and hope for a healthier time- we thank you all!
Deborah & Jessica 
Dr. Deborah Harrington, Executive Director, 3CSN
Dr. Jessica Cristo, Network Director, 3CSN
Our Civic Dialogues Series is going strong. Don’t miss it!
Civic Dialogues Series
Session 6: Project-Based Learning
Drs. Rick Vaz, Director and Kris Wobbe, Co-Director, Center for Project-based Learning, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Friday, 10/23, 11 AM – 1 PM
Missed Civic Dialogues Session 6? View it here:
Dr. Dawn Whitehead, Vice President, Global Citizenship for Campus, Community and Careers, AAC&U
Join us this week for our Leadership Spotlight featuring our 2019-20 BSILI and FLC team from Feather River College!
Leadership Spotlight: Engaging Your Campus to Improve Student Learning through Student Employment – Feather River College
Tuesday, 10/20, 11 AM – 12 PM
Learn how this BSILI and FLC leadership team has utilized the planning tools and theories acquired through their involvement with 3CSN to identify a need and develop a series of workshops for Supervisors of Student Employees in order to increase professionalism, connect learning in the classroom to career goals, and develop 21st century skills that transfer into the workforce.
Mark your calendar and register now for this special learning assistance hour roundtable discussion…
Learning Assistance Hour: Writing Center Roundtable
11/20 3 PM-4 PM & 12/3 5 PM – 6 PM
Join 3CSN for a 1-hour roundtable discussion among writing center professionals to explore the successes, hopes, and dreams with regard to providing online writing support to our students. After a brief introduction and an opportunity to share successful practices, participants will select an inquiry question to discuss more deeply with other writing center colleagues.
Registration is still open for 3CSN’s Fall Design Lab Series!
Time is running out to register for two of our design labs:
It Takes Two: Students and Faculty Co-Creating Connected Learning Experiences Online
Four consecutive Wednesdays, 2:30 PM – 4 PM
10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11
Feeling disconnected in this abrupt pivot online? Join 3CSN coordinators Joanna Zimring Towne, Jan Connal, and Roy Ramon for this four-part interactive design lab.
Students and educators alike will reconnect with their “why” and consider how online learning works from an educator as well as a student perspective, ultimately creating partnerships that will provide a sense of belonging in online environments as well as greater success college-wide. Faculty, please encourage your students to register. Students, please come and bring a friend!
Hello: Is it Me You’re Looking for? ePortfolios
Four consecutive Fridays,
2:30 PM – 4 PM
10/23, 10/30, 11/6, 11/13
Looking for a way to engage students while assessing their learning? Would you like to help them learn to showcase personal and professional growth in the classroom, throughout college, and beyond? Want to practice making one yourself?
Join 3CSN coordinators Kelan Koning (CSU Northridge), Diana Bonilla Hein (Los Angeles Mission College), and students for this four-part interactive design lab to learn about the various possibilities for, and value of, eportfolios and to design one yourself. Wix, Google Sites, Canvas ePortfolio and Portfolium will be explored as options.
Please join us (virtually) at the Strengthening Student Success Conference every Friday this month…
Wayfinding Online Zoom Sessions Schedule
10.20.20 – 10.23.20
Zoom users, come talk about it…
Shop Talk: Zoom
Tuesday, 10/20, 12 PM – 1 PM
Join us in this informal space to “talk shop” about Zoom– what you’re experiencing so far, what you have to share, and what you need help thinking through– facilitated by 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning.
 
Looking for new ways to engage students and/or colleagues online?
Tools for Asynchronous and Synchronous Discussions: Google Collaborations  
Tuesday, 10/20, 3 PM – 4 PM
Join 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning and students for this interactive session exploring ways to use tools to enrich asynchronous as well as synchronous educational spaces. This session will cover Google Collaborations & annotated discussions.
Looking for ways to take your text-based discussions to the next level?
Text Talk
Wednesday, 10/21, 1 PM – 2:30 PM
Join 3CSN coordinators Sarah Sullivan and Nicole Bryant Lescher for this weekly hour of text-centered engagement with readings selected to support educators and students alike in navigating this challenging time together.
 
Try out new features with colleagues…
Zoom 102: Breakout Rooms & Polls
Wednesday, 10/21, 1 PM – 2 PM
Looking for tools to support engagement in class, office hours, and meetings? Looking for on-the-spot assessment tools? Join 3CSN Coordinator Joanna Zimring Towne as she demonstrates how to use Zoom intentionally.
 
Miss your office community? Join us…
Virtual Community Hour for Classified Professionals
Wednesday, 10/21, 3 PM – 4 PM
Join 3CSN Classified Professionals Betina Vallin and Estela Miranda for this space specifically designed to support classified professionals as we navigate this virtual work environment together.
Looking for ways to make your Canvas course more student-centered?
Canvas 102: Student-Centered Design  Thursday, 10/22, 1 PM – 2:30 PM
Join Josh Miller, Los Angeles Valley College Communications Studies Chair, for this Learn & Practice session that will provide and generate ideas for intentionally designing a student-centered Canvas course.
Learning Assistance Hour: Student Motivation and Engagement Round Table Discussion
Friday, 10/23, 3 PM- 4 PM
In this one-hour round table discussion, peer educators other learning assistance professionals will read together, share insights, and learn from one another about how to engage and motivate students in an online environment. Together, we will explore this topic through a “text set.” We will talk about what a text set is, how to create one for your students, and how to use a text set to lead your own discussion with your students. Participants are welcome to stay from 4:00 – 4:30 to more deeply explore how this could be done in any setting (classrooms, one-to-one tutoring sessions, or group SI or tutoring sessions). 
Looking for inspiration? Check out our
Wayfinding Online YouTube playlists…
3CSN Presents Civic Dialogues

Read more
www.youtube.com

3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Library Sessions

Read more
www.youtube.com

3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Equity in Action: Praxis …

Read more
www.youtube.com

3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Spotlight Sessions

Read more
www.youtube.com

3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Canvas Sessions

Read more
www.youtube.com

3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Zoom Sessions

Read more
www.youtube.com

Missed a session? Want to see something again? Subscribe to our Wayfinding Online YouTube Channel. We currently have nearly 200 videos on the channel and more are being added weekly.
Having trouble going through the mountains of resources coming your way? We’re here to help! We’ve consolidated our FAQs, Community Support Padlets, and video archives into one resource page:
Did someone share this email with you? Would you like to stay updated on our upcoming events? Join our mailing list
Take good care of yourselves and others. We look forward to seeing you in our Wayfinding sessions this week.
In community,
Deborah Harrington, Ed.D.
Executive Director
California Community Colleges’ Success Network (3CSN)
3CSN | 3csn.org

Fall 2020 Courses Using Zero Cost Textbooks (OER) or Low Cost Textbooks (Enrollment, Equity, Student Success)

Dear Colleagues,

As we continue to focus on equity, student success and enrollment, Academic Affairs is interested in ensuring we are capturing all of our courses that use “Zero Cost” Textbooks (OER) or “Low Cost” textbooks (textbooks that can generally be purchased under $50) and that currently do not have the “Zero Cost” or “Low Cost” logo listed in our online schedule in PeopleSoft. This is especially important for our late-start 8-week classes as we continue to increase our enrollment and support equity and student success (For more information, please see California State Senate Bill 1359).

Students are able to filter and search for “Zero Cost” or “Low Cost” courses in our online schedule not only across our campus but also across the LACCD district.

If your course does not have the “Zero Cost” or “Low Cost” logo and you use a “Zero Cost” or “Low Cost” textbook, please complete this survey by Friday October 16, 2020. Please complete one form for each section you teach that qualifies. Please only submit if you are requesting one of these logos be added to your course section in our online schedule this semester (Fall 2020).

Ideally, we should note that we are using “Zero Cost” or “Low Cost” when we are participating in the college-wide galley process or after a class offer has been accepted, we can notify our Division Chair and copy our Division Dean via e-mail with our course sections and designations.

The college will continue to review this process. For suggestions or questions, please contact me, our campus ASCCC OER Liaison at Cuomoa@laccd.edu

Thank you,

Anthony

Anthony CuomoPronouns: He/Him/His
Assistant Professor, Communication StudiesVice Chair & Academic Senate Representative, Language Arts DivisionFaculty Accreditation ChairStudent Learning Outcome (SLO) CoordinatorNavigator, Guided PathwaysCampus OER Liaison, ASCCC

Wayfinding Online: Navigating the Virtual Landscape Together 10.13.20 – 10.16.20

Dear 3CSN Wayfinding Community,

We hope this email finds you well. In these challenging times, we are glad to share some great things that are happening in the network.

Learn more about this week’s offerings, as well as session highlights, and register below.

Our Civic Dialogues Series is going strong. Don’t miss it!
Dr. Dawn Whitehead, Vice President, Global Citizenship for Campus, Community and Careers, AAC&U 
Friday, 10/16, 11 AM – 1 PM
Register

Registration is still open for 3CSN’s Fall Design Lab Series!
Learn More & Register

Missed last Friday’s Civic Dialogues session? View it here:
Mr. Verdis Robinson, Associate, Kettering Foundation speaks about Civic Engagement and Community Colleges

There’s just one more week to register for two of our design labs:
It Takes Two: Students and Faculty Co-Creating Connected Learning Experiences Online
Four consecutive Wednesdays, 2:30 PM – 4 PM
10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11
Feeling disconnected in this abrupt pivot online? Join 3CSN coordinators Joanna Zimring Towne, Jan Connal, and Roy Ramon for this four-part interactive design lab.
Students and educators alike will reconnect with their “why” and consider how online learning works from an educator as well as a student perspective, ultimately creating partnerships that will provide a sense of belonging in online environments as well as greater success college-wide. Faculty, please encourage your students to register. Students, please come and bring a friend!
Register

DACA Session for Educators and Dreamers
Tuesday, 10/13, from 12 PM to 1:30 PM.
Sandra Hernandez, Staff Attorney with the Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic, will present on the history of the policy, who qualifies for DACA, and the best ways to support AB540 students. Come join us!
Register

Mark your calendar and register now for our next Leadership Spotlight featuring Feather River College!
Leadership Spotlight: Engaging Your Campus to Improve Student Learning through Student Employment – Feather River College
Tuesday, 10/20, 11 AM – 12 PM
Learn how this BSILI and FLC leadership team has utilized the planning tools and theories acquired through their involvement with 3CSN to identify a need and develop a series of workshops for Supervisors of Student Employees in order to increase professionalism, connect learning in the classroom to career goals, and develop 21st century skills that transfer into the workforce.
Registe

Hello: Is it Me You’re Looking for? ePortfolios
Four consecutive Fridays, 2:30 PM – 4 PM
10/23, 10/30, 11/6, 11/13
Looking for a way to engage students while assessing their learning? Would you like to help them learn to showcase personal and professional growth in the classroom, throughout college, and beyond? Want to practice making one yourself?
Join 3CSN coordinators Kelan Koning (CSU Northridge), Diana Bonilla Hein (Los Angeles Mission College), and students for this four-part interactive design lab to learn about the various possibilities for, and value of, eportfolios and to design one yourself. Wix, Google Sites, Canvas ePortfolio and Portfolium will be explored as options.
Register

Mark your calendar and register now for this special learning assistance hour roundtable discussion…
Learning Assistance Hour: Writing Center Roundtable
11/20 3 PM-4 PM & 12/3 5 PM – 6 PM
Join 3CSN for a 1-hour roundtable discussion among writing center professionals to explore the successes, hopes, and dreams with regard to providing online writing support to our students. After a brief introduction and an opportunity to share successful practices, participants will select an inquiry question to discuss more deeply with other writing center colleagues.
Register for 11/20 Session
Register for 12/3 Session

Please join us (virtually) at the Strengthening Student Success Conference every Friday this month…
Learn More & Register

Wayfinding Online Zoom Sessions Schedule
10.13.20 – 10.16.20

Is the shift from hard copy to Canvas giving you a headache?
Canvas 102: Tests and Quizzes
Tuesday, 10/13, 11 AM – 12 PM
Join Rogelio Garcia, Political Science Professor at East Los Angeles College, for this essential session on effectively creating tests and quizzes on Canvas.
Register

Looking for new ways to engage students and/or colleagues online?
Tools for Asynchronous and Synchronous Discussions & Collaboration: Padlet –
Tuesday, 10/13, 3 PM – 4 PM
Join 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning for this interactive session exploring ways to use tools to enrich asynchronous as well as synchronous educational spaces. This session will cover Padlet.
Register

Find your center…and help your students find theirs, too…
Mindfulness for Educators
Wednesday, 10/14, 1 PM – 2 PM
Looking for ways to be more centered, resilient, peaceful, kind, and present for your students and yourself? Join 3CSN coordinator Sarah Sullivan (Mission College) and educators across the state in this intentional space to practice mindful breathing, reflective journaling, and heart sharing.
Register

Miss your office community? Join us…
Virtual Community Hour for Classified Professionals –
Wednesday, 10/14, 3 PM – 4 PM
Join 3CSN Classified Professionals Betina Vallin and Estela Miranda for this space specifically designed to support classified professionals as we navigate this virtual work environment together.
Register

Canvas users, come chat about it…
Shop Talk: Canvas
Thursday, 10/15, 12 PM- 1 PM
Join us in this informal space to “talk shop” about Canvas– what you’re experiencing so far, what you have to share, and what you need help thinking through– facilitated by 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning.
Register

Looking for ways to make your Canvas course more student-centered?
Canvas 102: Modules 
Thursday, 10/15, 1 PM – 2:30 PM
Baffled by how to make your Canvas course easier to navigate? Join Josh Miller, Los Angeles Valley College Communications Studies Chair, for this Learn & Practice session that will provide and generate ideas for intentionally designing modules that work.
Register

Looking for inspiration? Check out our
Wayfinding Online YouTube playlists…

3CSN Presents Civic Dialogues

3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Spotlight Sessions

3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Library Sessions

3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Canvas Sessions

3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Equity in Action: Praxis …

3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Zoom Sessions

Missed a session? Want to see something again? Subscribe to our Wayfinding Online YouTube Channel. We currently have nearly 200 videos on the channel and more are being added weekly.

Having trouble going through the mountains of resources coming your way? We’re here to help! We’ve consolidated our FAQs, Community Support Padlets, and video archives into one resource page:
Resources

Did someone share this email with you? Would you like to stay updated on our upcoming events? Join our mailing list
Take good care of yourselves and others. We look forward to seeing you in our Wayfinding sessions this week.
In community,
Deborah Harrington, Ed.D.Executive DirectorCalifornia Community Colleges’ Success Network (3CSN)




Wayfinding Online: Navigating the Virtual Landscape Together 10.6.20 – 10.9.20

Dear 3CSN Wayfinding Community,

We hope this email finds you well. In these challenging times, we are glad to share some great things that are happening in the network.

Learn more about this week’s offerings, as well as upcoming session highlights, and register below.

Our Civic Dialogues Series is going strong. Don’t miss it!

Civic Dialogues Series
Session 4: Community Colleges and Civic Engagement
Mr. Verdis Robinson, Associate, Kettering Foundation
Friday, 10/8, 11 AM – 1 PM
Register

Missed last Friday’s Civic Dialogues session? View it here

Want help setting up your Canvas Gradebook intentionally? Looking for ways to enrich feedback?

Canvas Gradebook & Feedback Series
This five-part series focuses on using tools in Canvas to grade and provide feedback on student work as well as to ensure that students see and benefit from this feedback.

Part 1: Setting Up Your Gradebook
Part 2: Learning Your Feedback Features
Part 3: Creating a Rubric
Part 4: Annotating Student Work
Part 5: Peer Review

Participants who attend all five sessions will receive a professional learning badge.
Register

Please join us (virtually) at the Strengthening Student Success Conference this month…

Friday, October 8th:
Join 3CSN Executive Director Dr. Deborah Harrington for “Breakfast with a Thought Leader” from 8:40 AM-9:40 AM

Join Jennifer Escobar (BSILI & FLC 2018 alum, Moreno Valley College) and 3CSN colleagues for “Ungrading Classroom Assessments in a Pandemic” from 11:20 AM – 12:30 PM
Learn More and Register

Registration is still open for 3CSN’s Fall Design Lab Series!
Learn More and Register

Sandra Hernandez, Staff Attorney for Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic, will present on DACA and ways to support our AB540 students on Tuesday, 10/13, from 12 PM to 1:30 PM. Register here

Leadership Spotlight: Feather River College
– Engaging Your Campus to Improve Student Learning through Student Employment. Register here

Wayfinding Online Zoom Sessions Schedule 10.6.20 – 10.9.20

Looking for ways to enrich student learning online?
Canvas 102: Canvas StudioTuesday, 10/6, 11 AM – 12 PM
Join Rogelio Garcia, Political Science Professor at East Los Angeles College, for this exciting session on all things Canvas Studio! Learn about its capabilities for recording lectures, sharing video, quizzes, and discussions. Register
Zoom users, come chat about it…
Shop Talk: Zoom
Tuesday, 10/6, 12 PM- 1 PM
Join us in this informal space to “talk shop” about Zoom– what you’re experiencing so far, what you have to share, and what you need help thinking through– facilitated by 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning (CSU Northridge).
Register
Want help setting up your Canvas Gradebook intentionally?
Canvas Gradebook and Feedback Series Part 1: Setting Up Your Gradebook
Wednesday, 10/7, 10 AM – 11:30 AM
In part one of this five-part series, 3CSN coordinator Nicole Bryant Lescher (College of the Redwoods) will help you to get started setting up your gradebook.
Register
Ready to take your text-based discussions to the next level?
Text Talk
Wednesday, 10/7, 1 PM – 2:30 PM
Join 3CSN coordinators Sarah Sullivan (Mission College) and Nicole Bryant Lescher (College of the Redwoods) for this bi-weekly hour of text-centered engagement with readings selected to support educators and students alike in navigating this challenging time together. Register
Miss your office community? Join us…
Virtual Community Hour for Classified Professionals – Wednesday, 10/7, 3 PM – 4 PM
Join 3CSN Classified Professionals Betina Vallin and Estela Miranda for this space specifically designed to support classified professionals as we navigate this virtual work environment together.
Register
Looking for new ways to engage students online?
Canvas 102: Tools for Asynchronous and Synchronous Discussion – Thursday, 10/8, 3 PM – 4 PM
Join 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning (CSU Northridge) for this interactive session exploring ways to use tools to enrich asynchronous as well as synchronous discussions. The session will cover Google Slides, Collaborations, Padlet, and Canvas Discussions.
Register
Does your Canvas course need an accessibility check?
Canvas 102: Accessibility – Friday, 10/9,10 AM – 11 AM Join Josh Miller, Los Angeles Valley College Communications Studies Chair as he shares his own Canvas site and provides tips to make your Canvas course accessible.
Register
Learning assistance educators, looking for tools for your virtual toolbelts?
Learning Assistance Hour: Interactive Online Peer Learning Tools: Kahoot and Quizlet – Friday, 10/9, 3 PM – 4 PM
In this one-hour session, tutors will discuss how they engage students in a tutoring session by using two of their favorite online tools: Kahoot and Quizlet. Participants will see these platforms in action and think about how they can incorporate them into their peer educator sessions. For a deeper dive, participants are also invited to stay for an optional discussion session from 4:00 to 4:30 to continue exploring these tools and their application.
Register
Zoom Sessions
Looking for inspiration? Check out our
Wayfinding Online YouTube playlists
3CSN Presents Civic Dialogues
Read more

3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Spotlight Sessions
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3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Library Sessions
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3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Canvas Sessions
Read more

3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Equity in Action: Praxis …
Read more

3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Zoom Sessions
Read more
Missed a session? Want to see something again? Subscribe to our Wayfinding Online YouTube Channel. We currently have nearly 190 videos on the channel and more are being added weekly.
Having trouble going through the mountains of resources coming your way? We’re here to help! We’ve consolidated our FAQs, Community Support Padlets, and video archives into one resource page:
Resources
Did someone share this email with you? Would you like to stay updated on our upcoming events? Join our mailing list
Take good care of yourselves and others. We look forward to seeing you in our Wayfinding sessions this week.
In community,
Deborah Harrington, Ed.D.
Executive Director
California Community Colleges’ Success Network (3CSN)

Wayfinding Online: Navigating the Virtual Landscape Together 9.28.20 – 10.2.20

Dear 3CSN Wayfinding Community,

We hope this email finds you and your loved ones well.
As we transition to this new season, 3CSN is finding ways to be responsive to the evolving needs of community colleges across the state.

We are in the third week of our Civic Dialogues Series. Please join us for these timely presentations and discussions! Missed a session? Catch up with our YouTube playlist.

Our popular four-part design labs are returning in October. We hope you will join us for one or more of these “deeper dive” design lab series.

And we have some great one-hour and ninety-minute sessions this week to look forward to as well. Check them out below.

Our Civic Dialogues Series is going strong. Don’t miss it!

Civic Dialogues SeriesSession 3: Civic Prompts
Friday, 10/2, 11 AM – 1 PM

Guest speaker: Dr. Caryn McTighe Musil, Senior Director, Civic Learning and Democracy Initiatives, AAC&U (retired)

During the first hour our guest speaker will share their topic and address your questions. This will be followed by an hour of facilitated lunchtime discussion designed to help you consider how these ideas or models could be practiced on your campus or in your classrooms.
Register
Please join us (virtually) at the Strengthening Student Success Conference beginning this Friday, 10/2!
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Registration is open for 3CSN’s Fall Design Lab Series!
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Wayfinding Online Zoom Sessions Schedule
9.28.20 – 10.2.20

Zoom users, come chat about it…

Shop Talk: Zoom
Tuesday, 9/29, 12 PM- 1 PM

Join us in this informal space to “talk shop” about Zoom– what you’re experiencing so far, what you have to share, and what you need help thinking through– facilitated by 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning (CSU Northridge).
Register

Ready to take your rubrics to the next level?

Virtual Community Peer Review: Rubrics
Wednesday, 9/30, 10AM- 11:30 AM

Join 3CSN coordinator Nicole Bryant Lescher (College of the Redwoods) for this much-requested opportunity to peer review your rubrics! Bring a rubric or two and join your colleagues for a lively and meaningful session. Bonus– experience Nicole’s great peer review protocol.
Register

Find your center…and help your students find theirs, too…

Mindfulness for Educators
Wednesday, 9/30, 1 PM – 2 PM

Looking for ways to be more centered, resilient, peaceful, kind, and present for your students and yourself? Join 3CSN coordinator Sarah Sullivan (Mission College) and educators across the state in this intentional space to practice mindful breathing, reflective journaling, and heart sharing.  
Register

Miss your office community? Join us…

Virtual Community Hour for Classified Professionals – Wednesday, 9/30, 3 PM – 4 PM

Join 3CSN Classified Professionals Betina Vallin and Estela Miranda for this space specifically designed to support classified professionals as we navigate this virtual work environment together.
Register

Looking for ways to make your Canvas course more student-centered?

Canvas 102: Student-Centered Design
Thursday, 10/1, 11:30 AM – 1 PM

Join Josh Miller, Los Angeles Valley College Communications Studies Chair, as he shares his own Canvas site and provides tips for designing a student-centered course.
Register

Looking for new ways to engage students online?

Canvas 102: Tools for Asynchronous and Synchronous Discussion – Thursday, 10/1, 3 PM – 4 PM

Join 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning (CSU Northridge) for this interactive session exploring ways to use tools to enrich asynchronous as well as synchronous discussions. The session will cover Google Docs, Slides, Collaborations, Discussion Board, and Canvas Studio. An optional 30 minute
Register
Zoom Sessions
Looking for inspiration? Check out our
Wayfinding Online YouTube playlists

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3CSN Presents Civic Dialogues
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Facilitator Learning Community Leadership Spotlight Series
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3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Library Sessions
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3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Canvas Sessions
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3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Equity in Action: Praxis …
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3CSN Wayfinding Online Series – Zoom Sessions
Read more
Missed a session? Want to see something again? Subscribe to our Wayfinding Online YouTube Channel. We currently have nearly 190 videos on the channel and more are being added weekly.
Having trouble going through the mountains of resources coming your way? We’re here to help! We’ve consolidated our FAQs, Community Support Padlets, and video archives into one resource page:
Resources
Did someone share this email with you? Would you like to stay updated on our upcoming events? Join our mailing list
Take good care of yourselves and others. We look forward to seeing you in our Wayfinding sessions this week.
In community,
Deborah Harrington, Ed.D.
Executive Director
California Community Colleges’ Success Network (3CSN)