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at one logo 2017We're gearing up for another school term already, and @ONE has several professional development opportunities for you. Our January courses have officially launched, but we have even more coming up in the next few months.

Check out the @ONE course schedule below or visit our website, at OneForTraining.org, for a complete list of courses starting in February.

Also, the Online Teaching Conference is just months away. If you're still interested in submitting a proposal, there's still time. The deadline for proposal submissions has been extended until Jan. 31. See below for more information and for a link to register and submit your proposals.

For those of you who did not get a chance to attend our webinar on the Peer Online Course Review process, now is your chance to hear a little more. We're offering two desktop webinar opportunities at the end of the month to learn about becoming a Peer Online Course Reviewer from @ONE's Lene Whitley-Putz. Details are below as well as a link to register.

Lastly, we'd like to remind you that the Professional Learning Network is a great resource for resources! Join the PLN and receive access to professional development trainings as well as helpful resources to enhance your teaching skills.

Winter/Spring 2017 Online Class Schedule

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Online Teaching Conference 2017

The Online Teaching Conference is coming June 19-21, 2017, at the Hilton Anaheim in Anaheim, Calif. Early registration is $275 through April 15, 2017. Register here.

The Call for Proposals has been extended to Jan. 31, 2017. Submit your proposals here.

These topics are of particular interest:

  • Effective Practices
  • Support and Resources
  • Technology Innovation
  • Leadership and Evaluation

Speakers are a large part of what makes a conference successful. Help OTC make this the best one yet!

Upcoming Webinars: Peer Online Course Review

Would you like to be a Peer Online Course Reviewer? Join Lene Whitley-Putz for one of these upcoming webinars:

The OEI Online Course Design Rubric was created as part of the Online Education Initiative, with the express purpose of enhancing the quality of online courses in the California Community Colleges. As part of the OEI pilot, courses that will be taught in the OEI exchange must align to the standards set by the rubric. Each course entered into the exchange is reviewed by a team of faculty peers who engage in a collaborative review process. Since this process began, we have found the review process has been extremely fruitful for both the instructor whose course is reviewed, and the review team.

The exciting news is that we are currently adding to our team of Peer Online Course Reviewers. You, too, can be a part of this rewarding collaboration! During this webinar, you’ll learn more about the peer review process, the OEI Rubric, and course review, and you’ll take the first steps to becoming a peer reviewer. After the webinar, attendees will be eligible to enroll in the three-week Peer Online Course Reviewer Training (POCR), which begins Feb. 6, 2017.

Professional Learning Network

Have you joined the Professional Learning Network (PLN)? The PLN's goal is to be your destination for training and resources. Through the PLN you can access training provided by lynda.com and a wide array of resources.

If you are doing something well at your college, we want to learn from you. Join the PLN to share your promising practices, templates and models. Interested in sharing a resource and want to learn more about how to do so? Contact the Managing Editor, Michelle Pilati, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit the PLN website at pln.cccco.edu.


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the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office