Logo

March 2022 DE Coordinators Org. Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Jim Julius (he/him)
13:36
http://cccdeco.org/resources/ccc-de-coordinators-monthly-meetings-links/
Jim Julius (he/him)
14:07
https://cccconfer.zoom.us/meeting/tJcodeyrrzspHdE9Z5kx5ZxB5l-9MRrwMi6p/ics?icsToken=98tyKuCrqzkvGdWVsx6CRowqGYjoZ-nzmGJegqd4xSWwCDgGWBvUY-4Pa59NAs_9
Gregory Beyrer
14:58
So glad to have OTC in person again!!
Jennifer Kienzle
15:18
I’m very excited to meet many of you IN-PERSON! We are real people 🤪
Katie Datko
15:22
https://onlineteachingconference.org
Carol Hobson
16:00
They were sold out
Audrey Blumeneau
16:40
Will any sessions be in HyFlex modality for those that can’t travel or have limited budgets?
Dawn Heuft
16:42
We are experiencing budget issues. Will DECO portion be recorded and shared?
Suzanne Wakim
16:43
Some of us are not able to attend BECAUSE it's in person 😥
Jim Julius (he/him)
17:00
Dawn, it will be available online! And recorded, yes
Dawn Heuft
17:08
Thank you Jim!
DeAnna Gossett
17:32
How do the DE Coordinators get the free registration?
Audrey Blumeneau
17:48
Fantastic Jim! Thank you!
Suzanne Wakim
17:50
Thank you DECO for the hybrid option ❤️
Toni Pfister, she/her/hers
17:50
So it will be available online? Is that the same price, about $300?
Jim Julius (he/him)
18:20
The DECO retreat is the only portion available online.
Jim Julius (he/him)
18:40
Conference registration is not required to attend the DECO retreat
Audrey Blumeneau
19:02
Thank you Gregory! Yes! The online version of OTC made it so much more accessible to so many more faculty who cannot travel or have very limited budgets
Tammara Whitaker
19:13
I signed up for the conference, but how do I sign up for the retreat?
Michelle Priest
19:47
Can we get both links to the conference and DECO retreat ?
Joanna Sobala
19:48
It would be great to have an Online Teaching Conference in a hybrid model. After all it is on online teaching...
Jim Julius (he/him)
20:13
OTC: http://onlineteachingconference.org
Jim Julius (he/him)
20:22
DECO retreat information still to come …
Audrey Blumeneau
20:39
I agree, @Joanna! This is the “Online Teaching” conference and in many ways should have online opportunities!!
Katie Datko
20:47
https://go.boarddocs.com/ca/cccchan/Board.nsf/files/CCD3QR0802D4/$file/deia-competencies-and-criteria-(updated)-a11y.pdf
Katie Datko
20:53
DEIA Link
Katie Datko
21:13
ASCCC Accessibility Resolution
Katie Datko
21:14
https://www.asccc.org/resolutions-spring-2022
Piper Rooney
21:23
Thank you, Katie!
Katie Datko
21:33
My pleasure! :)
Katie Datko
22:15
Academic Freedom Webinar Registration https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEsc-6opzkvE9XjbGZKtRXi2PKuF5qYBxzU
Brett Myhren
22:52
I’m looking at the OTC schedule now, but I don’t see any designation regarding whether a particular session will be available for live streaming. Is there a plan to flag them in that way? Or is that mode not an option?
Katie Datko
22:57
STAC order form
Aisha Lowe
23:21
Good afternoon everyone
Jim Julius (he/him)
23:31
Welcome, Dr. Lowe !
Gregory Beyrer
23:37
@Brett, it’s not an option. Presenters were required to allow for live streaming, but only if the pandemic prohibits in-person attendance.
Carol Hobson
23:38
Yay to getting Studio funding for another year!
Dawn Heuft
23:47
Can we just have a cheer for the fact that Studio is now being provided and no longer needed on STAC. Woo Hoo!
Katie Datko
24:00
Yes! Our faculty are so happy! :)
Kandace Knudson
24:12
Studio! Yay!
Brett Myhren
24:15
Thanks for the clarification, Gregory.
Toni Pfister, she/her/hers
24:17
Yahoo for Studio!
Lisa Beach (she/her)
24:17
Woohoo!
Tracie Michelle Bosket
24:20
Woo Hoo!
Jennifer Kienzle
24:23
🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉
Audrey Blumeneau
24:25
Fantastic News about Studio!!!
Brett Myhren
24:31
Great news about Studio!
Katie Datko
24:34
🍾
Kandace Knudson
24:35
Thank you, Marina, for your tireless support for that!
Suzanne Wakim
24:37
Jim Julius (he/him)
24:40
Sure hope that Studio can become a long-term part of our infrastructure :-)
Dawn Heuft
24:48
+1 Jim
Cynthia Hamlett
25:05
+2
Suzanne Wakim
25:07
🙏🏼
Helen Graves - CVC/@ONE (she/her)
26:11
Equitable Grading Strategies: https://onlinenetworkofeducators.org/course-cards/equitable-grading-strategies/
Wendy Bass (she/her)
26:19
Congratulations to Mike!
Bridget Hoida
26:20
Have new sections of the new equity in grading course been added? It was full last time I checked. Thanks.
Tiffiny Hickey
26:31
@brett @gregory - thank you for clarifying Gregory!
Bridget Hoida
27:02
Thanks for the link, Helen.
Lisa Beach (she/her)
27:04
@Jim - yesssssss
Helen Graves - CVC/@ONE (she/her)
27:11
@bridget The May section is our inaugural session of the course. We’ll be offering more in summer and fall, for sure.
Cynthia Hamlett
27:48
Super excited to be registered for May!
Helen Graves - CVC/@ONE (she/her)
28:29
@ONE courses are $85 for four weeks.
Kandace Knudson
28:52
Janeth, if you teach for us at Sacramento City College, we will pick up that cost for you ;-)
Helen Graves - CVC/@ONE (she/her)
30:00
@ErinLarson Is there a “final” version of Title 5 updates available anywhere? We can only seem to find ones that still show the edits/strikethrough text.
Bob Nash
30:22
FYI, our @ONE facilitated courses are priced to break even, so we can provide facilitators who are expert online teachers in our CCC system.
Erin Larson
31:32
@Helen, no, the T5 regs are not final until they are codified by the Secretary of State. They have not approved them yet.
Helen Graves - CVC/@ONE (she/her)
31:49
@Erin Thanks for the clarification.
Bob Nash
31:53
Equitable Online Teaching webinars are free. Go to https://onlinenetworkofeducators.org/sp22-equity-series/
Piper Rooney
32:13
Would you post a link to the last draft version of Title 5 changes that are to be approved, @Helen?
Helen Graves - CVC/@ONE (she/her)
32:39
@Piper I don’t have a link handy. Sorry. Maybe we can crowdsource that. ;-)
Katie Datko
33:01
https://go.boarddocs.com/ca/cccchan/Board.nsf/files/C8FUGY7C0F9E/$file/15-day-text-distance-education-regulations-final-a11y.pdf
Kandace Knudson
33:11
Thanks, Katie!
Katie Datko
33:22
Thanks to Joanna Miller!
Erin Larson
33:24
Katie's faster than me!
Michelle Priest
33:46
@Katie's link still has strikethrough
Gregory Beyrer
33:47
Can you share the link to the “GE Guiding Notes”
Katie Datko
34:03
@Erin -- just have them handy for meetings and accreditation... LOL...
Brett Myhren
34:43
Will these slides be available for us?
Erin Larson
35:05
@Michelle - The strikethrough version is the only version available until the Secretary of State codifies them.
Jim Julius (he/him)
35:27
Brett, yes, our intention is to share them once Dr. Lowe sends them to DECO
Michelle Priest
35:37
@Erin -- thanks...I was hoping to have a clean version with a notation of the SoS need to codify them.
Brett Myhren
35:41
Thanks, Jim!
Scott Vigallon
35:49
@Erin: Is there any possibility the language will be changed before it gets codified?
Piper Rooney
37:01
Thank you, Katie - and Helen!
Erin Larson
37:15
@Scott - The SoS or Department of Finance COULD ask for changes but I believe it is rare.
Tiffiny Hickey
40:10
@Audrey - all sessions will be in-person unless pandemic circumstances don't allow for it. Although we'd like to offer HyFlex, it is not possible at this time to do both due to budget constraints. We will work on providing presentations and material via the website post-event for those that are unable to attend/travel.
Gregory Beyrer
40:28
How many of our colleges have decided to create duplicate lab courses that are explicitly not DE so that their students aren’t disadvantaged by taking an in-person class that happens to have a COR that allows for DE delivery?
Kandace Knudson
40:33
Thank you, Dr. Lowe, for helping us understand this complex process!
Kandace Knudson
41:46
What is the CCCCO messaging to students about this?
Bob Nash
41:55
So if there are no specific articulation agreements in place, the general guidelines apply, yes?
Wendy Bass (she/her)
42:34
A majority of our labs are back on campus and no longer being offered online because of this 🙁
Piper Rooney
42:56
Transfer impediments are the main reason that Glendale’s STEM divisions are reluctant to offer Online labs.
Marina Aminy, California Virtual Campus
43:09
Most colleges do not indicate on their transcripts whether labs/classes are online or on-site.
Jim Julius (he/him)
43:44
The problem, though, is when colleges are not just looking at the transcript, but at the COR, which may indicate DE approval.
Brett Myhren
44:02
One issue that I have seen is that particular departments are reluctant to offer certain classes online simply because they are concerned about what may happen.
Piper Rooney
44:05
Major Prep at Glendale is the fear, but as Gregory said, students don’t necessarily know when they start whether they’ll become STEM majors
Brett Myhren
44:30
The uncertainty is having an impact on offerings.
Cherylee Kushida
45:32
Santa Ana College is also not offering the majority of lab courses online. No one wants to be responsible for a student not being able to transfer or retake.
Brett Myhren
45:45
I think that students are going to default to the “safest”option.
Julie Brown
45:56
Is there a list somewhere of CSU and UC that are rejecting online labs?
Wendy Bass (she/her)
46:11
I have heard it is specific to Berkeley
Suzanne Wakim
47:11
Adding to Julie's question. Is there a list of places rejecting solely on COR (rather than actual offerings)
Kandace Knudson
48:28
Maybe in the Vision Resource Center?
Kandace Knudson
50:09
Or can you talk about the new proposed faculty competencies that are to be introduced in the next BoG meeting?
Kandace Knudson
52:25
March 21 meeting agenda link https://go.boarddocs.com/ca/cccchan/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=CAJPSC65E5BA
Kandace Knudson
52:44
https://go.boarddocs.com/ca/cccchan/Board.nsf/files/C8FVAS7FD746/$file/dei-competencies-criteria-a11y.pdf
Kandace Knudson
52:57
Competencies and criteria in that link ^^
Gregory Beyrer
53:39
I wonder how those new competencies will align with the min quals for faculty that already include the ability to work with the diverse students served by the CCC system.
Brice Nakamura
54:59
When would these be anticipated to be passed?
Kandace Knudson
55:14
Of special relevance is accessibility and those competencies
Gregory Beyrer
55:22
Thank you. We’ve had trouble how to assess whether candidates meet that min qual. I like the use of “competencies,” which implies something that can be measured.
Marina Aminy, California Virtual Campus
55:57
If passed, I'd be interested in having the CVC support PD for these competencies.
Bob Nash
56:42
Agreed!
Lisa Beach (she/her)
58:29
I see a lot of language in that document about "evaluation and tenure review" and PD, much about min quals or hiring.
Lisa Beach (she/her)
58:46
*not* much
Kandace Knudson
59:28
Great point, Jim
Dr. Janith Norman
01:00:12
Is there PD or funding for PD or support from CVC around regular substantive interaction?
Cynthia Hamlett
01:01:32
@ONE is fantastic for that.
Aisha Lowe
01:01:35
My slides from today:
Marina Aminy, California Virtual Campus
01:01:53
https://onlinenetworkofeducators.org/course-cards/
Darnell Kemp
01:02:07
10-10-10 is one of the courses we require for equivalency
Brett Myhren
01:02:42
Thanks, Aisha!
Jim Julius (he/him)
01:02:48
Thank you for sharing the slides, Dr. Lowe!
Cynthia Hamlett
01:03:11
@Darnell, that's awesome. Wish I could get our campus on board for that!
Suzanne Wakim
01:03:30
The approach of how campuses define RSI is an interesting for DECO to cover - maybe??
Aisha Lowe
01:03:36
Absolutely. It has lots of hyperlinks.
Jim Julius (he/him)
01:03:47
Dr. Norman refers to the new RSI definition in the federal DE regulation, which is now part of the ACCJC DE policy and is being integrated into Title 5.
Gregory Beyrer
01:04:01
Recording of the ACCJC webinar is now available on their website: https://accjc.org/webinar/#webinar_recordings
Ali O-P
01:04:35
We are having these exact discussions at our campus now
Jim Julius (he/him)
01:04:41
@Suzanne, yes we should revisit this with regard to how our policies and practices may need updating.
Kandace Knudson
01:04:45
I think some colleges are waiting for the T5 changes to be codified (?)
Katie Datko
01:06:02
Thank you so much, Dr. Lowe!
Brett Myhren
01:06:05
Thanks, Jim. Hyflex is really important. And confusing.
Kandace Knudson
01:06:17
And how to deal with the shades of difference of HyFlex practice
Gregory Beyrer
01:06:38
Defining what constitutes RSI is an academic and professional matter and subject to the purview of the Academic Senate, but the college is responsible for documenting that it takes place for purposes of accreditation. The webinar included representatives from colleges whose senates defined it college-wide and representatives from colleges whose senates defined it department by department. The key takeaway for me was that how RSI will be conducted is easily visible for accreditation site team members *and* students.
Dr. Janith Norman
01:06:39
Greg, thanks for the link to the webinar recording
Brett Myhren
01:07:44
Thanks, Dr. Lowe for the very helpful information.
Marina Aminy, California Virtual Campus
01:07:54
Thanks, Dr. Lowe, and thanks for a great meeting, DECO team!
Chloe McGinley
01:07:56
Thank you!
Piper Rooney
01:07:58
Thank you all!
Dr. Janith Norman
01:07:59
Thanks all!
Tiffiny Hickey
01:08:03
I think I answered all the OTC-related questions in the chat but if I missed something, please email me at thickey@palomar.edu. Thank you so much!!
Chris Stillwell
01:08:04
Thank you!
Ying Liu
01:08:06
Thank you Dr. Lowe!
Cherylee Kushida
01:08:06
Thanks all!
Moses Wolfenstein
01:08:12
Thanks all!