Whereas, The Online Teaching Conference is organized and coordinated by California Community Colleges TechConnect;
Whereas, Program development for the Online Teaching Conference, “a non-profit event funded under a California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office grant,”  should involve California community college faculty and staff who are engaged in teaching online;
Whereas, The Online Teaching Conference is “an inter-segmental conference focused on curriculum, pedagogy and technology to improve online instruction, learning, and student success”; and
Whereas, The Online Teaching Conference “is an opportunity for educators to network with colleagues, connect, share knowledge, impart and receive best practices, and develop professionally,”  subject matter that is clearly within the academic and professional matters that are the purview of the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges under Title 5 section 53200;
Resolved, That the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges (ASCCC) urge the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office to include ASCCC representatives in the development and presentation of content in the Online Teaching Conference.