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May 2022 DE Coordinators Org. Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Katie Datko
10:25
http://cccdeco.org
Katie Datko
11:09
http://visionresourcecenter.cccco.edu
Michael Tran
12:30
*not cheating, pro tip!
Jessica Drawbond
13:43
Has the link to register been shared?
Audrey Blumeneau
14:02
How do you indicate virtual attendance vs. FTF?
Katie Datko
15:00
Please register at the Online Teaching Conference https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2022-online-teaching-conference-tickets-168145426497
Audrey Blumeneau
15:06
Great! Thank you!
Jessica Drawbond
15:13
Thank you!
Dr. Aizon
16:12
The DECO retreat says “Sold Out”
Katie Datko
16:12
DE Retreat has reached capacity for F2F. We will make certain to send out information for our virtual meeting to you all on the DE-All Listserv.
Hawkins, DJ
16:30
@Katie--Thanks!
Katie Datko
16:41
@DJ -- you are so welcome! :)
Wendy Bass (she/her)
16:59
Thank you Kandace for all of your inspiration 🙂
Katie Datko
17:05
Thank you, Kandace!
Kandace Knudson
17:22
❤️
ARC ITC Training
17:24
If we registered previously, are we automatically registered as in-person? If so, can we elect to change that?
Katie Datko
18:32
Yes, if you have registered previously, that would be for the in-person retreat. Please connect with the OTC conference organizers directly if you have questions about registration and/or would like to cancel your in-person registration. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2022-online-teaching-conference-tickets-168145426497
Pamela Bimbi
20:01
Thanks. I see Leslie is on, I will pass that to Alice as well--I know she's planning to attend but aiming to minimize how much she needs to be mobile (somehow)
Katie Datko
21:26
If you plan on going 'virtual' for the retreat, please keep your eye out for more information on the DE-ALL Listserv as we get closer to the conference. :) Thanks for your patience and understanding in advance for our trying out a new format!
Bob Nash
22:31
Good time to remind all of our CVC/@ONE training courses.
Jessica Drawbond
22:34
Still waiting for Title 5 changes to be codified?
Bob Nash
22:50
https://onlinenetworkofeducators.org/course-cards/
Andrea Hanstein
25:33
You can check where your college is here: https://cvc.edu/exchange-implementation-board/
Piper Rooney
26:52
Congrats to Compton!!!
Katie Datko
27:02
That is awesome, Congratulations!
Airek Mathews
27:08
We are very excited!!!
Airek Mathews
28:05
We already got our first cross enrollment! :)
Dr. Aizon
28:20
Any updates on how financial aid process for the CVC Exchange?
Katie Datko
28:25
That's wonderful, Airek!
Andrea Hanstein
28:53
@Dr. Aizon ... yes! We have an email with updates coming out at the end of this month.
Dr. Aizon
29:13
Thank you
Andrea Hanstein
29:50
Changes will launch July 1 so we will also have accompanying webinar.
Suzanne Wakim
29:54
Does "home college course name" rely on C-ID?
Andrea Hanstein
30:02
Correct, @Suzanne.
Suzanne Wakim
30:30
thanks!
Andrea Hanstein
31:42
The link to comment will be in the PPT, but here it is as well: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ljBoNzXF4Gprv7RiKgH8UO43lHxOwCA5RvmKRvElLio/edit?usp=sharing
Andrea Hanstein
32:56
https://catalog.onlinenetworkofeducators.org/
Bob Nash
33:21
https://onlinenetworkofeducators.org/course-cards/
Piper Rooney
39:08
Thank you for these references!!
Katie Datko
39:10
Webinar https://accjc.org/webinar/#webinar_recordingsACCJC Updated Policy on DEhttps://accjc.org/wp-content/uploads/Policy-on-Distance-and-on-Correspondence-Education.pdfGuide for Peer Review Section 10https://accjc.org/wp-content/uploads/Team-Training-Manual.pdfGuide to Institutional Self-Evaluation Appendix Ehttps://accjc.org/wp-content/uploads/Guide-to-Institutional-Self-Evaluation-Improvement-and-Peer-Review.pdfMeeting Topic Surveyhttps://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6479770/Survey-of-Priorities-for-DECO-Monthly-Online-Meeting-Topics
Dan Barnett
39:33
Food for thought: “Accelerate” is about time--how does a student "get through" as fast as possible. But are there more important values than speed? That makes CVC merely instrumental. Perhaps we can somehow reclaim “education for citizenship” (or a similar word since "citizen” has become problematic).
Anne Kingsley (She/Her)
40:32
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1x7QnVN2eb5g5Z44aYaz90XSSMl452a4LtYeaqm5bXBU/edit?usp=sharing
Dr. Marina Aminy, California Virtual Campus
41:30
That's a great analysis of the "verbs" we use, Dan. I believe acceleration was a previous principle for the creation of the CVC because it sought to correct the problem of students withering in the system without transferring or completing their ed goals.
Katie Datko
42:22
https://accjc.org/eligibility-requirements-standards-policies/
Katie Datko
42:30
https://nam10.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Furldefense.proofpoint.com%2Fv2%2Furl%3Fu%3Dhttps-3A__accjc.org_wp-2Dcontent_uploads_Formative-2DSummative-2DPeer-2DReview-2DTeam-2DTraining-2DManual.pdf%26d%3DDwMFAg%26c%3DfH4LSaxSgjWoCqli9ejpOKSimqfdcqwvdi9ZfjV67eI%26r%3DQSOtfQhFjQZygb2FfsMlNg%26m%3DdrhAv9IpKgVacRyBd59yb59yfU7Bxe6loIbFPaVx9rzRQfIvTbfpL1AhaiKIeNb5%26s%3DLaqiOoUnOi3BHJ-8Tr5zui03-5O0w_4tQI6TP8xsmqg%26e%3D&data=04%7C01%7Cakingsley%40dvc.edu%7Ca0e8674b824548bab29a08d9f1c401a0%7Cc354694acce5489fb2a3a2a9d26e0c3f%7C0%7C0%7C637806646915971314%7CUnknown%7CTWFpbGZsb3d8eyJWIjoiMC4wLjAwMDAiLCJQIjoiV2luMzIiLCJBTiI6Ik1haWwiLCJXVCI6Mn0%3D%7C2000&sdata=E7cJBpOeh3%2FNfZcknKnqTen8nhTsyQ62tEc8kdwbh1w%3D&reserved=0
Katie Datko
43:43
Shorter link for this new model -- https://tinyurl.com/ACCJCformsum
Dan Barnett
46:40
@Marino - Makes sense, since
Matthew Moore
48:22
How are courses chosen? Who makes that choice?
Audrey Blumeneau
48:33
When they ask for ‘feedback on work’ are they looking at assignment feedback in the Grades?
John Taylor
48:44
What role does the review team need to do their work in Canvas during a review?
Kandace Knudson
48:51
@Matthew we had our research office come up with 50 randomized courses
Dan Barnett
48:54
… "accelerate” may sound good to students. But if only we had a better metaphor or image. “Seamless” is not student-speak; "finish with no gaps” doesn't make much sense; oh, for a good metaphor!
Kandace Knudson
49:36
and I then went through them to be sure they had students in them (weren't part of a lab/lecture combo where the students were in another section, etc)
Bob Nash
53:11
Allow me to share this quality-related article that Michelle Pacansky-Brock wrote for the April 2022 Rostrum: "Leveraging System-level ProfessionalDevelopment to Promote High-quality,Inclusive Online Teaching and Learning" at https://www.asccc.org/content/leveraging-system-level-professional-development-promote-high-quality-inclusive-online. There are many ways our CVC/@ONE team can help your college improve online quality (with more to come).
Piper Rooney
53:35
Thank you, Bob.
CCC DECO
54:03
Thanks, Bob. Will be excellent, we know!
Jim Julius (he/him)
54:23
Annual DE reports to Board of Trustees might also be another good concise spot for much of this evidence.
Jim Julius (he/him)
55:30
Thanks, Anne - great insight and info!
Matthew Moore
55:32
thank you
Katie Datko
55:33
Thank you, Anne!
Jessica Drawbond
55:37
Very helpful!
Piper Rooney
55:45
Thank you, Anne!
Anne Kingsley (She/Her)
58:29
@Matthew...courses are "random"...but I have never asked how courses were chosen as a team member. I just got the courses and reviewed.
Matthew Moore
58:54
thanks
Anne Kingsley (She/Her)
59:03
If we felt like we needed to see different kinds of classes, we asked...But, really, the colleges were good at selecting a wide range.
Katie Datko
59:19
From the Peer Review Guide: "The college should work with the team chair to provide a random sampleof fully online distance education courses to observe." The team chair works with the Institutional ALO.
Kandace Knudson
01:00:13
For our recent ACCJC virtual visit, I added all of the reviewers (3) to all of the 50 sections and they determined who looked at what course
Jim Julius (he/him)
01:01:09
Hopefully under the new formative/summative process, the course review process will be less abrupt/rushed, since it's not tied to the time of the visit.
Dr. Aizon
01:01:41
Our last visit, we did a true random sample using number generator based and it was double-blind
Kandace Knudson
01:01:41
agree, @Jim. We were expecting an October visit and it was early Spring.
Kandace Knudson
01:02:50
@Dr. Aizon, we did the same. That list, however, pulled some sections that had zero students, so I had a backup list of "extra" randomized courses to supplement.
Matthew Moore
01:03:08
How about 25 random and 25 chosen by the college?
Dr. Aizon
01:04:23
@Kandace, my partner clean up the list of only sections that were active, then I was responsible for the random number generator.
Kandace Knudson
01:05:48
@Dr. Aizon, good plan!
Jessica Drawbond
01:05:51
Has any college “gotten away with" giving less than teacher access?
Kandace Knudson
01:06:13
@Jessica we put them in .test and gave them teacher access
Dr. Aizon
01:06:15
We have given reviewers an Observer role that is limited
Jessica Drawbond
01:06:36
Wow, Observer is quite limited
Kandace Knudson
01:06:40
(we tried Observer and we were asked to switch to teacher)
Kathleen Smyth
01:07:16
Thank you very helpful
Dr. Aizon
01:07:17
We have also asked faculty whose courses were randomly selected to provide additional documents if the faculty to student and student to student interaction is not readily seen as an Observer
Matthew Moore
01:07:49
Yes, thanks for the feedback.
Jim Julius (he/him)
01:07:53
Dr. Aizon, why student to student interaction? That is not an accreditation standard
Dr. Aizon
01:08:14
It was a just in case if asked
Magda
01:08:22
Our college accreditation coordinator has already shared that they will be given the “teacher"role in Canvas.
Angela Cardinale (she/her)
01:08:32
We provide a supplemental checklist to faculty when they're being evaluated so that they can demonstrate R+E in their courses (if they wish) that may not be readily available.