Technology Training

With the buildout of the Telecommunications and Technology Infrastructure Program (TTIP) in conjunction with the California State University (4Cnet), and the establishment of minimal technology hardware standards on each community college (T1 line, Videoconferencing, and satellite download) it is time to turn our attention to applications. Utilization of the infrastructure is tied in large part to the training available. Therefore, as part of the TTIP funding, there is a statewide coordination of training grant which identified DeAnza College as the fiscal agent.

Legislative Update

The 29th Plenary Session of the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges was held from October 30 to November 1, l997 at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott. During that session, 105 Faculty Delegates, along with six (6) members of the Board of Governors, the Chancellor and portions of his staff, students and staff of the community colleges, reviewed and collaborated on the major academic, legislative and institutional issues facing the community colleges. There were 86 resolutions presented to the Plenary Body, of which 63 were approved.

2005 Task Force Report

In an effort to develop strategies for addressing the challenges of the future for California Community Colleges, the Board of Governors and the Chancellor created a task force within the consultation process to recommend actions necessary from now until the year 2005. The task force developed the 2005 Task Force Report which is a compilation of four papers prepared by Chancellor's staff and research from other agencies such as CPEC and RAND.


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