Learning Centers

Spring
1998
Resolution Number: 
08.03
Contact: 
Category: 
Counseling
Status: 
Completed

Whereas Resolution 19.03 F96 supports the recognition of learning centers on campuses, and

Whereas other groups such as counseling and library faculty have an entry into Academic Senate for California Community Colleges through a dedicated committee and Learning Center faculty continue to be left out with no such committee,


Resolved that the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges direct the Executive Committee to develop a position paper on the role of Learning Center faculty in California community colleges, and

Resolved that the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges direct the Executive Committee to designate a Statewide committee such as the Counseling and Library Faculty Issues Committee to be the advocate for Learning Center faculty. MSR

Summary: 
Develop a position paper on the role of Learning Center faculty in California community colleges, and designate a Statewide committee such as the Counseling and Library Faculty Issues Committee to be the advocate for Learning Center faculty.
Status Report: 

Found Not feasible. As Learning Center faculty are so diverse, and there is no single "best practice" for such faculty, there is no clear position paper to write. Learning Center faculty are faculty, regardless of where they are assigned or to whom they report.