2018 Curriculum Institute

Event Dates
Deadline to Register/Application Deadline

Event Date: July 11 (Pre-session) - 14, 2018

Event Location: Riverside Convention Center | 3637 5th St, Riverside, CA 92501

The 2018 ASCCC Curriculum Institute, "Reimagining the Student Experience", will take place at the Riverside Convention Center on July 12 - 14. The institute will cover pressing curriculum issues including the implementation of AB 705, quantitative reasoning, guided pathways, UC Transfer Pathways, curriculum streamlining, the Chancellor’s Office Curriculum Inventory (COCI),  and much more. There will also be a pre-session available on Wednesday, July 11 with sessions for curriculum chairs, curriculum specialists, administrators, and those interested in guided pathways. Colleges are encouraged to bring a team of individuals to the institute that includes the curriculum chair, CIO, and a curriculum specialist. For the first time, colleges will be able to bring up to seven team members, so make sure to reserve your spot now!

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Interested in sponsorship? Contact Erika Prasad, Communications and Development Director: erika [at] asccc.org

Our Sponsors

CurrIQunet eLumen  Kuali
 Courseleaf  Smart Catalog  DIGARC

Registration

ONLINE REGISTRATION HAS CLOSED.

IF YOUR ARE INTERESTED IN ATTENDING, PLEASE REGISTER ONSITE!

EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE/LAST DAY TO CANCEL WITHOUT PENALTY: JUNE 1, 2018

Early Registration: $540

Early Registration General Conference and Pre-Session: $590

Late Registration: $640

Late Registration General Conference and Pre-Session: $690

Pre-Session only $50

Wednesday Pre-Session Only: Included into your registration fee

** All Presenters are required to register. **

1 Day Presenter Registration: $110

2 Day Presenter Registration: $215

Eventbrite can take payment by check or credit card.  If you are choosing the check payment option, please select other payment options on the form at the bottom right.

Attendees are responsible for securing their own hotel rooms.  Please see the Hotel tab below for reservation information.

*** Space will allow 7 people per college. For numbers over 7, please email events [at] asccc.org (  ) directly with names to be placed on our wait list. Should space become available, Tonya will contact you directly for information.***

*** Please note if you would like to attend both Pre-Session and the full institute, you must register for each of them. Registration for the Pre-session only does not register you for the full conference.***

FAQs

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Your registration is transferable, please contact the Senate Office in writing at events [at] asccc.org (.)

Please make sure to revisit the eventbrite webpage to transfer your registration per the website instructions.

What is the cancellation/refund policy?

  • Payment is required prior to entering an Academic Senate event.

  • Please remember that the last day to cancel your registration without penalty is always posted at the bottom of each event's webpage, and is listed in each confirmation email. Cancellations must be submitted in writing to events [at] asccc.org on or before the posted date. Registration will not be canceled due to non-payment. All cancellations made after the posted cancellation date will be assessed a $175 cancellation fee.

  • Full Refunds will not be granted for cancellations after the posted cancellation deadline.

  • Cancellations made less than 7 days prior to the event will be billed the full registration amount for the conference.

  • No shows, unclaimed "TBA" attendees, and cancellations made after the deadline will be billed to you and/or your college for the total cost of registration and room if applicable to the event. As attendees are permitted to register without funds, we have no way of determining cancellation unless specifically told, in writing.

  • It is your responsibility to ensure payment of the registration fee. Submission of your registration signifies agreement with this policy.

  • Unpaid balances owed to the Academic Senate must be paid off before an attendee can register for a future event.

The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?

No, All attendee registrations must match the ticket.  If you would like to transfer your registration, you must cancel the first one, then register the second attendee online.  If a payment transfer needs to be made because payment was made by check, you must contact the Senate Office directly with a written notification at events [at] asccc.org (.)

 

Hotel & Travel

LOCATION

Marriott Riverside***  Marriott Riverside is sold out of our room block!!  We have provided back-up hotel options below.*****
3400 Market St, Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 784-8000
The Marriott Riverside(s) offering a special group rate of $159.00 USD  per night

Mission Inn | Mission Inn Reservations Link **Mission Inn only has rooms available within our block for Wednesday (7/11) or Friday (7/13). We have provided back-up hotel options below.*****

3648 Mission Avenue, Riverside, CA 92501

(951)784-0300 

The Mission Inn(s) offering a special group rate of $139.00 USD  per night

Hyatt Place Riverside/Downtown | Hyatt Reservations Link

3500 Market Street, Riverside, California 92501

The Hyatt (s) offering a special group rate of $216.00 USD  per night (Group Code: G-ACSC)

Call Reservations At 1-888-Hyatt-HP And Mention Group Code: G-ACSC

HOTEL AND ROOM RESERVATIONS

As a reminder, your cut-off date is June 19, 2018. All reservation requests and/or changes received after the cut-off date will be accepted on a space and rate available basis.

Other Back Up Hotel Information

Courtyard Riverside UCR | 1510 University Avenue, Riverside, California 92507. 

Quality Inn Riverside near UCR and Downtown1590 University Ave, Riverside, CA 92507.

Please note you will need to book your reservations through their website reservation site and the rate will vary depending on when you request the room. Please contact the Academic Senate Staff at 916-445-4753 or events [at] asccc.org with any questions or concerns. 

Presentation Materials

Title Breakout Time
Curriculum and Public Documents
Presession: New/Newer Curriculum Specialist
Curriculum PreSession: New Curriculum Administrators
New/Newer Curriculum Chairs
First General Session: Reimagined Pathways in Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning
Developing Apprenticeship Programs
Working with the Chancellor’s Office Curriculum Inventory (COCI)
Importance of Local Associate Degrees
Student Placement in the World of AB 705
Submission of ADTs and Double Counting
Trustees and Curriculum Streamlining
Transitions Between Noncredit and Credit
Credit for Prior Learning and Competency Based Education
AB 705 Moving Forward
Development of New CTE Programs
Roles and Responsibilities of Administrators in Curriculum
Financial Aid and Curriculum
COR 101
All About the Credit Hour
Pathways to CCC Baccalaureate Programs
Erosion of Senate Authority Over Curriculum?
Counseling, Articulation, and Curriculum
New Options in Quantitative Reasoning
Supplemental Instruction, Learning Centers, and Tutoring Programs
Working with Advisory Committees and Regional Consortia
Importance of Coding in the Curriculum Review Process
Evaluation of Distance Education Curriculum
Zero and Low-Cost Course Materials
Area of Emphasis
Assigning Courses to Disciplines
Implementation Requirements for AB 705
Options for Concurrent Support
Nothing lasts forever….Effective Succession Planning
Ever Changing Curriculum – Updates on Changes from 5C
Dual Enrollment and High School Articulation
The Role of Curriculum Committee in Pathways Development and Evaluation
Program Submission Requirements
Can a Single COR Work for Every Instructor?
Basics of Noncredit
Conflict Resolution in Curriculum
Applying TOP Code Alignment Principles Throughout All Curriculum
Accreditation and Curriculum
Stack ‘em high! Stackable Certificates and why you should have them at your college
Cooperative Work Experience
Legislative Issues and Curriculum
GE and Guided Pathways: Sequencing and Scheduling of GE Courses to Facilitate Student Success
Statewide Technology Systems
Distance Education and Noncredit
Roles and Responsibilities of Curriculum Specialists
Where Like Minds Gather: Building Meta Majors
Program Review Driving Curricular Revisions
Working with Incarcerated Students – An Update to the Field
UC Transfer Pathways
Course Substitution and Reciprocity
Course Sequencing and Program Mapping
Creating Curriculum Handbooks
Cultural Competency Across the Curriculum
Placing Courses into Areas of Noncredit
Forging an Unbreakable Bond: Strengthening the Relationship Between Local Senates and Curriculum Committees
Local Curriculum Approval Processes
SOC, CIP, TOP, SAM Re-imagining Curriculum in Three-letter Words
Helping Students Choose a Major and Career
Prerequisites
Noncredit Certificates
Fourth General Session: Curriculum Streamlining and Training the Curriculum Committee

Resources

Program

Please click here to download the program in PDF.

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

1:00 p.m to 2:00 p.m. Pre-Session Registration

2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. CI Pre-Session

  1. New/Newer Curriculum Chairs
  2. New/Newer Administrators
  3. New/Newer Curriculum Specialist
  4. Program Mapping–The Impact of Guided Pathways on General Education

5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Welcome Mixer

Thursday, July 12, 2018

7:30 a.m. Registration Opens

7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Breakfast

8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.  FIRST GENERAL SESSION
Welcome
Reimagined Pathways in Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning

10:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.  Coffee Break

10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  First Breakout Sessions

  1. Curriculum and Public Documents
  2. Credit for Prior Learning and Competency Based Education
  3. Submission of ADTs and Double Counting
  4. Transitions Between Noncredit and Credit
  5. Importance of Local Associate Degrees
  6. Trustees and Curriculum Streamlining
  7. Student Placement in the World of AB 705
  8. Working with the Chancellor’s Office Curriculum Inventory (COCI)
  9. Creation of New Apprenticeship Programs
  10. Sponsored Breakout* DIGARC: Catalog and Curriculum Management: Best Practices and New Technologies

11:45 a.m to 2:00 p.m.  SECOND GENERAL SESSION
Lunch
President's Welcome
Partner Presentation: CurrIQunet
Local Implementation of AB 705

2:15 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.  Second Breakout Sessions

  1. COR 101
  2. Counseling, Articulation, and Curriculum
  3. All About the Credit Hour
  4. Pathways to CCC Baccalaureate Programs
  5. Development of New CTE Programs
  6. Roles and Responsibilities of Administrators in Curriculum
  7. Financial Aid and Curriculum
  8. Erosion of Senate Authority Over Curriculum?
  9. New Options in Quantitative Reasoning
  10. Sponsored Breakout CurrIQunet: Driving Curriculum Innovation: Technology as a Partner

3:30 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Coffee Break

3:45 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Third Breakout Sessions

  1. Importance of Coding in the Curriculum Review Process
  2. Evaluation of Distance Education Curriculum
  3. Assigning Courses to Disciplines
  4. Course Sequencing and Program Mapping
  5. Area of Emphasis Degrees
  6. Working with Advisory Committees and Regional Consortia
  7. Supplemental Instruction, Learning Centers, and Tutoring Programs
  8. Implementation Requirements for AB 705
  9. Zero and Low-Cost Course Materials
  10. Sponsored Breakout Kuali: Stop Putting Lipstick on a Pig When it Comes to Managing Your Curriculum, Catalog, and Guided Pathways

5:15 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Picnic on the Plaza Reception

Friday, July 13, 2018

7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.  Breakfast

8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m.  Fourth Breakout Sessions

  1. Can a Single COR Work for Every Instructor?
  2. Equity Considerations in Distance Education
  3. Program Submission Requirements
  4. Role of Curriculum Committee in Pathways Development and Evaluation
  5. Dual Enrollment and High School Articulation
  6. Nothing lasts forever….Effective Succession Planning
  7. Civic Engagement and Curriculum
  8. Ever Changing Curriculum – Updates on Changes from 5C
  9. Options for Concurrent Support
  10. Sponsored Breakout Leepfrog Technologies: Integrated, Easy, Different, Beautiful – Curriculum and Catalog with CourseLeaf Software

9:45 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. Coffee Break

10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  Fifth Breakout Sessions

  1. Basics of Noncredit
  2. Accreditation and Curriculum
  3. Applying TOP Code Alignment Principles Throughout All Curriculum
  4. GE and Guided Pathways: Sequencing and Scheduling of GE Courses to Facilitate Student Success
  5. Stack ‘em high! Stackable Certificates and why you should have them at your college
  6. Conflict Resolution in Curriculum
  7. Student Placement in the World of AB 705
  8. Legislative Issues and Curriculum
  9. Cooperative Work Experience

11:45 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. THIRD GENERAL SESSION
Lunch
Partner Presentation: eLumen
Statewide Technology Systems

2:15 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.  Sixth Breakout Sessions

  1. Curriculum and Public Documents
  2. Articulation Basics for Curriculum Committees
  3. All About the Credit Hour
  4. Where Like Minds Gather: Building Meta Majors
  5. Program Review Driving Curricular Revisions
  6. Roles and Responsibilities of Curriculum Specialists
  7. Financial Aid and Curriculum
  8. Follow Up to Statewide Technology Systems General Session
  9. Distance Education and Noncredit
  10. Sponsored Breakout eLumen: How to make Guided Pathways Smart Pathways with Curriculum, e-Catalog, Ed Planning, and Assessment

3:30 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. Coffee Break

3:45 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Seventh Breakout Sessions

  1. Creating Curriculum Handbooks
  2. Implementing Inmate Education Programs
  3. Placing Courses into Areas of Noncredit
  4. Course Sequencing and Program Mapping
  5. Course Substitution and Reciprocity
  6. Forging an Unbreakable Bond: Strengthening the Relationship Between Local Senates and Curriculum Committees
  7. Cultural Competency Across the Curriculum
  8. Working with the Chancellor’s Office Curriculum Inventory (COCI)
  9. UC Transfer Pathways

Saturday, July 14, 2018

7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Breakfast

8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m.  Eighth Breakout Sessions

  1. Local Curriculum Approval Processes
  2. Prerequisites
  3. SOC, CIP, TOP, SAM Re-imagining Curriculum in Three-letter Words
  4. Where Like Minds Gather: Building Meta Majors
  5. Noncredit Certificate Programs
  6. Impact of Curriculum Decisions Beyond the Classroom
  7. Helping Students Choose a Major and Career
  8. Q&A with the Chancellor’s Office
  9. Options for Concurrent Support

10:00 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.  FOURTH GENERAL SESSION
Curriculum Streamlining and Training the Curriculum Committee

11:45 a.m.   Institute Ends