Equitable Access to Educational Technology Tools

Equitable Access to Educational Technology Tools

Founded in 1998, the Foundation for California Community Colleges (Foundation) is the official 501(c)(3) auxiliary to the California Community Colleges’ Board of Governors and Chancellor’s Office. Since 1999, the Foundation […]

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What We Learned from CCC Digital Learning Day

On February 22, 2018, @ONE  coordinated a free, one-day untethered conference that was part of the national Digital Learning Day celebration. Our event, CCC Digital Learning Day #CCCDLDay, was planned […]

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Nuances of Online Counseling

Via the Online Counseling Network (OCN), counseling faculty statewide are participating in synchronous online counseling which allows them to replicate a face-to-face (f2f) meeting. Working this way has revealed nuances […]

Professional Development: Connecting is Key

Social Reinforcement Think about your most meaningful professional development experience over the past year. What was it? Were you sitting in your office watching a recording of a past webinar? […]

Pedagogy of Love: Teaching for Humanity

Pedagogy of Love: Teaching for Humanity

Pedagogy of Love: Teaching for Humanity Love is Essential Valentine’s Day celebrates love.  Whether it’s romantic, fraternal, familial or personal, many recognize the power of love. No matter how you […]

Get ready for CCC Digital Learning Day

Get Ready for CCC Digital Learning Day

                  Get Ready for CCC Digital Learning Day Digital learning is anchored in connection and sharing. That’s why @ONE (Online Network of […]

Tweeting Your Way to Professional Growth

Tweeting Your Way to Professional Growth

Tweeting Your Way to Professional Growth This post is the third in a series about principles in teaching and learning with contributions by Jim Julius and Lene Whitley-Putz. Social media […]

Using Principles to Guide Professional Practice

Using Principles to Guide Professional Practice

Using Principles to Guide Professional Practice This post is the first of a series about principles in teaching and learning with contributions by Lené Whitley-Putz and Michelle Pacansky-Brock. In early December, […]

Using Video to Communicate Instructions Clearly

Using Video to Communicate Instructions Clearly

  Using Video to Communicate Instructions Clearly Video is powerful communication tool for online teaching. Instructors often naturally gravitate towards using video to deliver presentations to their online students, but […]

Online Teaching Confession from a Convert

Online Teaching Confession from a Convert

I mentally stomped my feet when our counseling faculty recommended that, to better accommodate students, I offer my English 101 course, which is contextualized for first responders and administration of […]