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@ONE logo. @ONE is offering a new Online Teaching Certification Program designed to help instructors excel in the digital age. The program is affordable, comprehensive and flexible enough to fit a busy schedule.

 

CENIC logoWhen a national network of ocean observatories begins streaming environmental sensor data in March 2012, researchers throughout California will be able to use the state’s high-speed academic network to transmit some of that data to storage and computing clouds operated by Amazon Web Services.

DET/CHE 25 Conference and Silver AnniversaryDET/CHE, the Directors of Educational Technology in California Higher Education, will hold its twenty-fifth annual conference in downtown San Diego, November 30th through December 3rd, 2010.

Wiling away the summer? Why not learn something new—or brush up on something—while you're wiling? @ONE for Training has desktop seminars as well as online courses available on a variety of subjects related to using technology in education.

 

The Center for Digital Education and Converge Online invite submissions for the sixth national Digital Community Colleges Survey. The purpose of the survey is to recognize and showcase community colleges that are providing a high level of service to their faculty, students and communities through information technology.

 

The High Tech Center Training Unit (HTCTU) has announced its schedule of training courses for summer and fall 2010. Trainings focus on Web accessibility, alternate media and assistive computer technology for students with disabilities.

 

Balboa Park in San Diego.There is still time to register to attend the Online Teaching Conference (OTC). The OTC will be held June 16-18 in San Diego. The conference is designed for K-20 faculty, staff and administrators who are engaged or interested in online education.

adminsign1.jpgThe new California Transcript Connection partnership will help high school grads attend college.