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Learning wordcloudThe @ONE Project has announced a slate of summer courses designed to keep California Community Colleges (CCC) faculty and staff up to date on technology to enhance student learning.

Courses are already filling, so don’t wait to register.

@ONE online courses last four to five weeks, but registrants participate on their own schedule within the time-frame established by the course facilitator. Unless otherwise noted, each course costs $65 for faculty and staff of California state-support schools, colleges or universities, or $130 for educators outside of the state public school systems.

Summer online courses include:
Online Education Standards & Practices (OESP) (SU161) -- 7/11/16 - 9/30/16
Introduction to Teaching with Canvas (SU161) -- 7/11/16 - 8/5/16 FULL*
Introduction to Teaching with Canvas (SU162) -- 7/11/16 - 8/5/16 FULL*
Creating Accessible Online Courses (SP161) -- 7/11/16 - 8/5/16
Building Online Community with Social Media (SU161) -- 7/11/16 - 8/5/16
Designing Effective Online Assessments (SU161) -- 7/11/16 - 8/5/16
Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning (SU161) -- 7/11/16 - 8/5/16
Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning (SU162) -- 7/11/16 - 8/5/16
Introduction to Teaching with Blackboard (SU161) -- 7/11/16 - 8/5/16

@ONE*The “Introduction to Teaching with Canvas” course is also offered in a self-paced format, free of charge to CCC personnel. Information can be found here.

OEI Course Design

In addition to its online courses, @ONE is offering free, full-day workshops titled “Applying the OEI Course Design Rubric (SP16).” The workshops are held at various community college campuses, and run from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Upcoming workshops include:
4/29/16 – Gavilan College
5/6/16 – College of Marin

To register, visit the workshop information page. New workshop dates will be posted at this link as they are added.


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