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CISOA logo croppedThe California Community Colleges (CCC) statewide Chief Information Systems Officers Association (CISOA) has responded to the current fiscal climate by adding value to its annual conference.

San Joaquin Delta College logoFeaturing state-of-the-art design and equipment intended for future functionality, the new Delta data center may become the model for new data centers throughout the California Community Colleges.

OER Center for CA logoFaculty at California Community Colleges (CCC) now have a centralized source of information about how to use open textbooks to lower educational costs for their students.

 

wcet: partners for change, technologies in practice, advances in educationThe Call for Proposals is now open for the 22nd Annual WCET Conference. The deadline for submissions is March 16, 2010. WCET members and non-members are invited to submit.

 

eTranscript California logo with blue backgroundWhere:
University of Southern California
699 Exposition Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90007

When:
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on March 16, 2010

eTranscript California, formerly CCCTran, has surpassed the 100,000 mark for electronic transcripts exchanged between its trading partners. As of February 2010 colleges ‘live’ on eTranscript California have delivered more than 104,000 transcripts to their trading partners using this statewide

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CENIC logoFour groundbreaking projects that focus on the innovative use and expansion of high-performance networking were honored by the Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC), as recipients of the 2010 Innovations in Networking Awards.

 

CCCApply has published the results of more than a year’s worth of data collected from more than 100 California Community Colleges (CCC) that use the CCCApply application. The data analysis was conducted by a team at Contra Costa College.

Computer-Using Educators, Inc (CUE) logoComputer-Using Educators, Inc (CUE) will hold its annual conference in Palm Springs, California from March 4-6, 2010. This year’s conference emphasizes online learning, while going easy on the pocketbook. CUE is sponsoring other annual educational summits, such as the Alliance for Distance

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Cover of the 2010 Horizon ReportReleased mid-January, the seventh annual Horizon Report continues the work of the New Media Consortium’s (NMC) Horizon Project. The Horizon Project was established in 2002 to identify and describe emerging technologies potentially influential to higher education. The series of reports are a

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The eTranscript California project has received a 2010 Innovations in Networking Award in the category Educational Applications from the Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC). Awardees are recognized for new network uses that hold the potential to change the way

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There are only five days left to submit a proposal for presentation to the 2010 Online Teaching Conference. Accepted presenters will have their conference registration fees waived for the conference occurring June 16-18 at San Diego City College.

The California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office has announced the availability of $5250 in scholarships for attending the SecureIT 2010 Conference. The scholarships are available to California Community Colleges faculty and staff.

The conference will be held March 4-5, 2010 at the Sheraton

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http://cenic2010.cenic.org/The Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC) will hold its 14th annual conference, FULL SPEED AHEAD, March 8-10, 2010, at the Hyatt Monterey, in Monterey.

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A new collaborative partnership has recently formed to help facilitate the development of a strong telehealth effort between CVC and CENIC and to provide enhanced telehealth infrastructure and technology resources to support health teaching and learning for California’s colleges and the

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CCC TechEDge, the California Community Colleges system technology newsletter, has migrated to a new, entirely online format. The move continues a tradition of excellence begun in 2003 and is intended to more effectively reach the newsletter's audience.

A statewide technology-training project has enacted a new communication strategy in order to more effectively reach those it serves. The strategy includes a new Web site, use of social media and Web communication tools, and a platform that will allow development of an online community.

The Online Common Assessment Project, currently known as CCCAssess, is a new statewide effort to address the concept of centralized assessment for the California Community Colleges (CCC) system.

The California Community Colleges (CCC) Chief Information Systems Officers Association (CISOA) is seeking nomination of distinguished technology innovators for its 2010 awards. The nomination period ends January 31, 2010.

Representatives from community colleges throughout the state of California will come together at the California Community Colleges Chief Information Systems Officers Association (CISOA) 2010 Conference--Collaboration Today for Solutions Tomorrow.

Wendy Widget, Vicki's Second Life avatarThe newest California Virtual Campus team member, Wendy Widget, comes to us from Malibu Island in Second Life. Actually, Wendy Widget is the online avatar of Dr. Vicki Suter, the new director of the California Virtual Campus (CVC).

The ePortfolio California Project, with the commitment and high level of participation from 23 pilot sites, has successfully completed its first phase. The pilot’s next phase will focus on evaluation and research.

eTranscript CA logoA technology project offering electronic transcript exchange to colleges statewide has expanded its service to include all California postsecondary schools, both public and private. The transcript exchange service will also be extended to high schools in 2010.

In October, the Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunications (WCET) announced the CAHSEE: Stepping into Your Future program as a recipient of the 2009 WCET Outstanding Work (WOW) Award.

Professor Haas speaking at the U.N. about global education.Individuals with creative insight willing to dedicate their time and life to champion an effort for global change at a grassroots level are rare. Dr. John Haas, professor of U.S., British and Global History at Cerritos College, is one of those individuals.