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PD for online instructor preparation
Cynthia Alexander
08:09
Hey, Cheryl - Happy Birthday (two weeks ago)!
Cheryl Chapman
10:15
Hey you! Thanks so much! Happy Birthday Today!
Cheryl Chapman
10:24
I’ll be right back
Rhiannon Lares
20:12
yes
Cynthia Alexander
20:22
I hear you
Jim Julius
25:37
Yay Del!
Carol Reitan
26:05
Thank you of taking charge!
Del Helms
26:26
Yes, Lisa, thanks so much!
Lené Whitley-Putz
28:21
I have it
Scott James
28:29
Does anyone have a link to the title 5, as it relates to training for online faculty?
Lené Whitley-Putz
28:44
http://extranet.cccco.edu/portals/1/legal/regs/final_as_filed_eeo_regs.pdf
Scott James
28:53
Thank you!
Lené Whitley-Putz
29:28
I’ll look for the clean version
Jim Julius
29:45
https://extranet.cccco.edu/Portals/1/ExecutiveOffice/Board/2018_agendas/September/2.2-Attachment-1-Distance-Education-Regulations-Revisions.pdf
Jim Julius
29:54
This is the DE-specific stuff
Jim Julius
30:16
Instructors of distance education shall be prepared to teach in a distance education delivery method consistent with local district policies and negotiated agreements
Robin Kurotori
30:25
Is this what you are looking for?
Robin Kurotori
30:28
§ 55208. Faculty Selection and Workload.(b) Instructors of distance education shall be prepared to teach in the specific distance education delivery method in alignment with local district policies and negotiated agreements.
Jim Julius
30:31
55208(b)
Lisa Beach
31:32
(b) Instructors of distance education shall be prepared to teach in a distanceeducation delivery method consistent with local district policies and negotiatedagreements.
Carol Reitan
32:16
It makes it easier to justify it to faculty
Carol Reitan
32:27
yes
Jim Julius
32:57
Puts a premium on what our “local policies” and “negotiated agreements” say about preparation
Carol Reitan
33:00
yes- agree
Del Helms
33:00
The ranges of requirements went from no requirements at some instiutions to significant requirements at other institutions
Deborah
33:03
We have had a certification requirement for 7 years, so it doesn't change anything for us at Sequoias. I would like to see a re-certificaiton requirement, though. DN
Scott James
33:22
training isn’t required for f2f faculty. so, some faculty might consider mandatory training as not an equitable practice. this 55208 (b) will help. However, it looks like it needs to be negotiated.
Carol Reitan
33:45
agree about re-certification too
Rob Sambrano
33:48
We have a similar statement that was passed by statement. It's helps ensure standards as teaching online is different from face to face
Suzanne Wakim
33:51
We just removed a required course; so now we get to bring it back. Helpful to help with that, but still will still get pushback on "changing our mind"
Cynthia Alexander
33:57
Cerritos has had a requirement for at least 10 years. I agree with Deborah, I would like to see something about recertification.
Wendy Bass
33:59
We have had requirements for certification for eight years, however, if everyone required a pedagogy course, it would make it easier to accept certifications from other campuses
sdavenport
34:29
At Sierra College we incorporated required training into our Contract when we began our online courses in 2001.
Scott Vigallon
34:50
For a district like ours that has a union which has always resisted mandatory training, this is huge.
Carol Reitan
34:58
thank you for making it local. we can always put in a policy for recertification
Del Helms
35:37
Requirements are not consistent across districts; therefore, it would be nice to be able to view individual districts requirements to determine whether faculty members have met local requirements.
Alice Dieli
35:46
I think it is written loosely enough so that local district policies could be non-existent if that was their choice.
Carol Reitan
36:25
We currently allow the @ONE IOTL in lieu of our training PLUS a self-paced mini-training with CCSF specific rules. Would love to do that for folks trained at other schools.
Cheryl Chapman
36:31
It would be cool to have a ‘minimum’ list of topics/skills for what a “teaching online” course would look like. WITH Accessibility
Cherylee Kushida-SAC
36:34
Agree Wendy - we have a requirement as well. Having a minimum to accept from another college would be ideal.
Del Helms
36:37
Please know I have ZERO desire to standardize requirements across districts
Scott James
36:40
When is this T5 revision due to be approved?
Jim Julius
36:45
Alice, I agree … but I think that the conversation and work that happens among this group based on responding effectively to this will make it more difficult for districts to sustain a position of no requirements at all
Carol Reitan
36:52
Shannon Nixon (also on this conference) put together the self-paced mini-course.
Cynthia Alexander
37:16
Cerritos’s requirement comes from our Faculty Senate. We only accept my certification course or @ONE’s OESP (forget what the new name is). If another college has a similar certification course (includes things Jim Julius brought up in his email—accessibility, copyright, online pedagogy, assessment, etc.) then I do approve it as an appropriate “replacement”.
Lené Whitley-Putz
37:28
@Scott, the revisions were up for vote last week at the BOG meeting at Southwestern. Last I checked, the minutes were not yet posted.
Jim Julius
37:48
Cynthia - I didn’t include “online pedagogy” - because that is not a specific requirement in any regulation
Del Helms
38:00
@Scott James, I believe the changes were passed last week at the BOG meeting
Scott James
38:00
Thanks, Lene!
Brian Weston
38:04
COC training requires 3 components Canvas, Intro to Online and 508
Allison Hughes
38:06
I agree with Cheryl that a minimum topics list would be a great place to start, and maybe also minimum completion requirements too. Like did you have to build a course and was it reviewed by peers? was it reviewed with the OEI Rubric?
Cheryl Chapman
38:11
Coastline accepts only their internal course :0)
Brian Weston
38:18
We approved a 3 year refresh cycle
Marsha Reske
38:19
Joanna,
Brian Weston
38:19
http://www.canyons.edu/Offices/PD/Pages/OnlineInstructorCert.aspx
Carol Reitan
38:24
Great idea Joanna!
Rob Sambrano
38:30
We ask instructors from other colleges to provide proof of training and look for equivalence
Cynthia Alexander
38:45
Sorry, Jim…I was trying to remember the things you indicated in your email. I do want to see this in the trainings from other campuses.
Jim Julius
38:51
I think we are going to get a really wide range of “minimum” …
Marsha Reske
38:52
Great idea of a group effort to establish min quals to teach online!
Joanna
39:15
Sounds like lots have a similar process!
Janet
39:23
Our faculty contract has a requirement that all DE instructor have training prior to teachng an online course
Joanna
39:37
Min quals to teach online. Great concept Marsha!
Amanda Taintor
39:46
Instructors who have been trained at other institutions provide the same final project ours requires. The creationg of two content modules in Canvas. I'm always most concerned with training in accessibility as this doesn't appear to be a universal component. This allows me to check on this aspect as well as have other conversations.
Lené Whitley-Putz
39:51
The @ONE Standards have changed
Cheryl Chapman
39:52
Just to say….CCC training is completely online with personalized help phone, text or Zoom :0)
Joanna
40:24
Janet, what district is that? Could you share that sentence(s) in your contract?
Scott James
40:59
Lene, are the current @One standards on the website?
Janet
41:04
Grossmont/cuyamaca college district
Kandace Knudson
41:16
what about an amendment to the ASCCC white paper on DE?
Wendy Bass
41:33
Love this! I tried to get the rubric through my senate and our union said no, so if this happens at the state level, this would be amazing for us
Lené Whitley-Putz
41:43
An important update is that @ONE now has two tracks to a certificate, one based on course design that uses the CVC-OEI Course Design Rubric, and one focusing on teaching practices (pedagogy) that uses the new @ONE Teaching Principles as the basis.
Lené Whitley-Putz
42:31
The new @ONE Principles can be found here: https://onlinenetworkofeducators.org/principles-quality-online-teaching/
Cynthia Alexander
43:44
My certification uses the rubric as a reference.
Joanna
45:18
I”m a believer in the OEI Rubric! It started out as a good document, and now, after revisions based on collective experience, it’s an excellent document. There are many ways to interpret it!
Rob Sambrano
45:57
We used the OEI rubric to inform our course shell review process
Cheryl Chapman
47:21
@Lene is spot on! online teaching training is not the same as course design training :0)
Autumn Bell
47:30
Thank you, Joanna and Jim! I think recognizing the Rubric as a level above the minimum is a testament to its value and rigor.
Cynthia Alexander
47:38
I agree, Lene, Cerritos uses it as a “reference” and ask faculty to look at their course (one module) that they build for the certification to think about where their materials would lie. Faculty understand that this is something they strive toward.
Lené Whitley-Putz
47:43
Aligning the minimum to the rubric would be very worthwhile, though. So, for instance, thinking about the minimum knowledge abut Content presentation, interaction, assessment, and accessibility.
Jim Julius
48:12
I think we need to be clear whether we are talking about instructor preparation or class review
Del Helms
48:33
@JIM that is my biggest concern
Lené Whitley-Putz
48:36
Great distinction, Jim.
Jim Julius
48:36
Some institutions may include class review as part of the instructor preparation requirement but absolutely not all will
Autumn Bell
49:49
Good idea, Lené - if the categories covered in the min quals align with the four areas of the rubric, it offers some much needed consistency from minimum to aligned to exemplary.
Lené Whitley-Putz
50:31
Matthew, this follows the requirements for the @ONE certificate in course design, as well.
Deborah
51:06
I teach the certification program using Canvas, but I can't require all our online instructors to use Canvas to teach their online classes.
Joanna
51:08
Canvas proficiency: Even though a driver’s license test is about whether you know how to drive and park and know the rules of the road, the company in knowing how to start the car, put it in reverse, etc. are inherent in determining competency. The two cannot be separated, really.
Suzanne Wakim
51:21
For #1 - we may want to consider the outcomes from @One's Intro to online teaching course: https://catalog.onlinenetworkofeducators.org/browse/principles/courses/18fa-iotl-2
Jim Julius
51:57
So a broader discussion of “min quals” is what we will require to demonstrate meeting of this. I see three basic levels: (1) Attendance at workshop/participation in online workshop; (2) Completion of some kind of quiz or something like that; (3) Actual project-based demonstration of skills/knowledge mastery. Again not every college will necessarily agree on which of the above are required for each aspect of preparation.
Lené Whitley-Putz
52:29
There is a paired course to IOTL, Suzanne, that focuses on course design—Introduction to Course Design
Cheryl Chapman
52:34
We have similar as Matt-4-6 week course that includes Canvas proficiency, pedagogy of online teaching and best practices while they build their course with the college template. This way they build why they learn. The next step is total course review to teach that course online at the college :0) RSI/REC is in one topic in the forefront.
Matthew Moore
53:14
Cool
Jim Julius
54:19
My zoom is being weird, I see the poll but can’t click an answer, but we are a No
Monica Ambalal - Merritt College DE
54:26
Alright all - I have a class starting here soon. Will listen to the recording later.
Del Helms
54:36
We have moved away from "attending" events as fulfilling requirements to producing artifacts that align with outcomes
Autumn Bell
55:02
What about the learning objectives from Intro to Online Teaching and Intro to Course Design as min quals? @ONE can make both courses available for local adoption/adaption so individual campuses can add/customize to meet local requirements.
Alice Dieli
55:25
Great idea, Autumn!
Cheryl Chapman
55:50
@Autumn sounds like a plan!
Jim Julius
56:21
Autumn, would it make sense for @ONE to create even more granular mini-courses around each objective so that institutions that don’t require all of those as min quals can still mix-and-match @ONE preparation?
Autumn Bell
56:31
We are here to serve and support! :-)
Lené Whitley-Putz
56:32
Here are the outcomes from @ONE’s Introduction to Online Teaching and Learning:
Lené Whitley-Putz
56:34
OutcomesBy the end of this course, you will be able to:Identify and discuss federal and state regulations that impact online course policy and practice;Identify local support for online teachers and learners;Design introductory activities that support an online learning community;Develop clear and supportive online course policies.
Robin Kurotori
56:34
No vote does not mean that we are not open to something. We currently have NO requirements
Suzanne Wakim
57:02
@Robin - us too. We are a no - but I'd like to take us to yes.
Lené Whitley-Putz
57:37
Here are the outcomes for @ONE’s Introduction to Course Design:
Lené Whitley-Putz
57:39
OutcomesBy the end of this course, participants will be able to:discuss the value of using the OEI Course Design Rubric to design a quality online course,use backward design principles to start a course plan;plan online learning units with measurable outcomes;determine "next steps" for building an online course.
Lené Whitley-Putz
58:48
@Jim Julius, that would be easy to do. We would love to lead some PD for the “trainers” on campus to show them how to use and modify @ONE courses to create custom PD tailored to their campus.
Cheryl Chapman
59:07
Talking about a topic isn’t the same as showing an example :0)
Cynthia Alexander
59:53
Yes, Cheryl. At Cerritos, they MUST produce!
Jim Julius
01:00:03
@Lene, thanks, that’s great. If there was sufficient demand across the system for breaking the courses into components maybe @ONE could do it ? If not, definitely local customization makes more sense.
Lené Whitley-Putz
01:00:14
We could agree on some badges that we could all use, as well. @ONE would be happy to design the badges and criteria, and show people how to use their FREE badgr account
Cheryl Chapman
01:00:29
BADGES!!! WOOP!
Laura Gentry
01:01:04
Badges would be ideal in this as a way to track competencies. I believe that badger service costs money though.
Brian Weston
01:01:10
Badges would work really well if we can standarize what the badge means
Jim Julius
01:01:12
Badging based on an agreed-upon set of standards (both in terms of skills/knowledge and how that is demonstrated) is to me a holy grail here …
Teresa Ishigaki
01:01:26
Badges seem like a great solution
Xochitl Tirado
01:01:33
@ Jim & Lene Using @ONE is a great idea. We currently require OESP, but having customized mini courses would be great -I am getting some push back from admin and some faculty that 12-weeks is too long
Lené Whitley-Putz
01:02:03
@Laura, Badgr is now integrated into Canvas. There is a pro version, but the initial version would work perfectly for this, and it’s free.
Jim Julius
01:02:06
Even if we don’t ultimately achieve it I think the discussion of what badges might look like will be really valuable. We might end up with something more like Lisa’s table but that would still be useful.
Cheryl Chapman
01:02:35
@Lene so we have just the free Badgr?
Scott James
01:02:39
We’ve decided that if an evaluation of teaching is being done, that process ought to be created in consultation with the faculty union and senate. This is a very timely and difficult process.
Lené Whitley-Putz
01:02:41
The key, @Jim Julius, would be using the same badge design and criteria.
Jim Julius
01:03:05
Yes Lene and the discussion of that is key
Jim Julius
01:03:18
To me that structure could be super helpful
Joanna
01:05:17
It seems that we are talking about demonstrated competencies of standards. This group may want to begin with agreeing on the standards. The next step would be how we agree that those competencies have been demonstrated.
Del Helms
01:05:52
I think the starter list Jim shared is an excellent list of minimum competencies
Cynthia Alexander
01:06:07
I agree, Joanna, we must agree on how the competencies have been demonstrated.
Jim Julius
01:07:15
Totally agree that the Lisa sheet would be a great place to start
Cynthia Wilshusen
01:07:20
Here is a link to a page that shows how we handle certifing faculty with prior experience: https://cuesta.instructure.com/courses/108/pages/de-certification-checklist
Jim Julius
01:07:46
That could help us begin to identify areas of commonality to potentially develop badges
Cheryl Chapman
01:07:47
Agree with Carol :0)
Kandace Knudson
01:08:24
a shared set of minimum standards would work well so that we can all move beyond that at our campuses if we want. No spreadsheet to have to refer to.
Cynthia Wilshusen
01:08:30
I like the spreadsheet as well. I know at on our campus our IT department has not allowed us to use any badging software.
Cynthia Alexander
01:08:31
But knowing how to use Canvas doesn’t mean that they know how to teach online.
Jim Julius
01:08:57
It’s one element of many, Cynthia
Del Helms
01:09:34
@Cynthia - Exactly! I think that is the battle I tend to have when trying to differentiate between what types of training an instructor has completed
Lené Whitley-Putz
01:11:37
The outcomes for our two introductory courses are in the chat thread above.
Cynthia Alexander
01:11:38
Yes, Jim…Knowing how to use Canvas is a “starter” but only, in my opinion, a “starter”. All of the things Jim listed in his original email (and on Lisa’s list) are even more important before someone should be allowed to teach online.
Del Helms
01:11:45
https://onlinenetworkofeducators.org/principles-quality-online-teaching/
Cynthia Alexander
01:12:36
I like that idea, Lisa.
Jim Julius
01:12:56
There is a big distance between what we DE Coordinators agree *should* be minimum and what our academic senates and unions will actually allow to be enacted as minimums.
Jim Julius
01:13:07
At least at a number of colleges
Alice Dieli
01:13:07
Yes @Jim
Kandace Knudson
01:13:49
Yes, @Jim, but isn’t that a part of the problem that a baseline set of standards would help to solve?
Lené Whitley-Putz
01:13:51
We could send out a quick survey with a likert scale for each @ONE outcome for our introductory courses…Intro to course design, intro to online teaching, intro to canvas, and include any others from this group.
Jim Julius
01:13:57
Yes, Kandace, I agree for sure
Alice Dieli
01:14:21
As we are discussing, I am wondering about the who and how of that decision process. We are discussing some ideals and we are an "informed" group
Jim Julius
01:14:27
Making all of this more transparent and understandable from college to college will be very influential in the local college discussions, I think.
Scott James
01:15:15
@Jim, and how to achieve the minimum standards. I really think that the only true way to fully understand the minimum standards is to be a student in a well designed online class. So many of my faculty have never taken a well designed online class and learn their most valuable lessons by being an online student.
Deborah
01:15:44
Love the survey idea. Could definitions of each item be included?
Jim Julius
01:16:23
@Scott I agree that is very valuable, but I would hesitate to ever make that an absolute mandated minimum
Del Helms
01:16:43
Cheryl- can't agree more with what you said!
Davena
01:16:45
I agree that production of material is clear evidence of skill set.
Cheryl Chapman
01:17:43
@Del :0)
Kandace Knudson
01:18:19
can we use the subject-matter min-quals as an example that might be worth emulating? i.e. an accepted amount of training at a certain type of institution rather than competency-based standard?
Cynthia Alexander
01:19:06
My “students” going through Cerritos certification MUST create a sandbox that is essentially an entire course but only has one “module” of course content.
Cynthia Alexander
01:19:45
Fine with me, although Cerritos requires more.
Scott James
01:19:52
I’m a bit concerned that if we do a great job of defining minimum qualifications…then that is all we will get from our faculty. We might consider promoting more than the minimum standards, in some way.
Matthew Moore
01:20:19
Those are great discussion topics for faculty.
Cheryl Chapman
01:20:35
Great list!
Rob Sambrano
01:20:37
Yes, it's a good place to start
Autumn Bell
01:20:40
@Scott James - I think that is where the Rubric and course review could play a part.
Cynthia Alexander
01:20:44
If a faculty only shows me that they know the items on the list, they would not be able to teach online at Cerritos.
Jim Julius
01:20:58
Scott - that is up to your college - the minimum is really for us to agree we can agree upon across the system
Jim Julius
01:21:19
I am not suggesting my minimum list is a sufficient list.
Matthew Moore
01:21:22
thank you
Del Helms
01:21:23
Thanks to everyone for your great input!
Cynthia Wilshusen
01:21:38
The list correlates to what we ask faculty to demonstrate through training or demo on our campus.
Alice Dieli
01:21:58
can deco archive this chat, the video, and your notes, Lisa?
Joanna
01:22:16
Yes, Alice. We can post it to the DECO website.
Alice Dieli
01:22:25
Thanks!
Del Helms
01:22:28
@Cynthia Alexander - I'm curious as to what additional training you require at Cerritos?
Jim Julius
01:22:34
Just to be clear, my minimum list is a minimum in terms of us agreeing across the system. I think most colleges will ask more of online instructors than that.
Scott James
01:22:48
perhaps we can add a currency or additional training recommendation as part of our minimum standards
Deborah
01:23:03
Canvas Free for Teachers might be a good location for demonstration sandboxes.
Sarah Phinney
01:24:12
thank you, Lisa! excellent discussion.
Cherylee Kushida-SAC
01:24:20
If OESP is exemplar - could that be used for survvey questions. Should be all emcompassing?
Carol Reitan
01:24:32
Thank you everyone!
Sabrina Lawrence - Gavilan
01:24:44
Thank you!
Matthew Moore
01:24:58
Please assign me some more work.
Wendy Bass
01:25:03
Thank you!
Lené Whitley-Putz
01:25:17
@Cherylee…the outcomes for OESP are not very granular. We’d have to work on the list to make it more useful for these purposes.
Matthew Moore
01:25:27
take care everyone
Alice Dieli
01:25:31
Thanks, Lisa and everyone. Have to go....
Melvin Cobb
01:25:41
Thanks for the great session!
Mitra Hoshiar
01:25:47
Thank you!
Deborah
01:25:48
Thank you.
Joanna
01:25:48
Thanks everyone!
Jim Julius
01:25:51
Excellent, thanks, this was a great start!
Scott James
01:25:53
Thank you!!!
Amanda Taintor
01:25:54
thank you!
Cherylee Kushida-SAC
01:25:55
@Lene - that's true. Thanks!
Rob Sambrano
01:26:01
Thanks!
Jaye Luke
01:26:03
Thanks!
Gwendolyn
01:27:30
thank you, Lisa please include me in the planning. My full focus this year is building DE for the 3 colleges in my district...Gwendolyn
Del Helms
01:30:03
Thank you again-- sorry, but I have to go
Lené Whitley-Putz
01:31:14
google sheet!!
Jasmine
01:31:41
that would be helpful! :)
Teresa Ishigaki
01:31:43
I like the idea of something we can update as our trainings change
Chelsea Cohen
01:31:45
Yes, please send! I’m a DE Coordinator and didn’t know that existed
Jim Julius
01:31:54
I agree Lene’! Keep it simple
Jim Julius
01:32:02
Until it’s not
Cynthia Alexander
01:36:02
Sorry, did Lene say that badgr is free to us? When I looked into badgr, there was a cost.
Lisa Beach
01:36:52
@Cynthia - I think there's a free version and a paid version
Jim Julius
01:37:30
Badgr is available free within Canvas. There is a Badgr Pro but I’m not sure what pushes you from free to Pro. Free gives you a lot.
Cynthia Alexander
01:37:42
Yes, the free version is only good for a class (maybe 2) but not something college-wide. I could never get our campus to pay for it.
Autumn Bell
01:37:57
I have to go prep for a 10:30 meeting. Thank you, everyone!!
Jim Julius
01:38:15
I saw a presentation at the Canvas conference by a large K-12 district professional development team that was using free Badgr for their whole district
Kelly Rouska
01:38:56
the pro gives you access to the analytics
Cynthia Alexander
01:39:06
Hmmm…, thanks, Jim, I will look into it again. I looked a couple of years.
Cynthia Alexander
01:39:16
Sorry, a couple of years ago.
Kandace Knudson
01:39:37
The CCCCO already has an arrangement with Badgr for New World of Work
Cynthia Alexander
01:39:44
@Lene - I’d sign up for an @ONE workshop on that!
Jim Julius
01:40:38
“Backpacks” are the mechanism for individual portability of badges
Laura Gentry
01:40:53
Here's a Badger video that goes into GREAT detail about badges. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KU2RiQ1b9dQ&feature=youtu.be
Cynthia Alexander
01:41:25
I actually have “me-made” badges for my Online Teaching certification Workshop. I am NOT an artist so they are pretty “ugly”. My faculty love them. Also, for the faculty who gets the most badges during the workshop earn a “prize” (a Snickers) at the conclusion of the workshop.
Laura Gentry
01:42:09
I think Concentric Sky mentions in that video that Badgr: Pathways wasn't free though.
Cheryl Chapman
01:42:23
I want to learn!!
Lené Whitley-Putz
01:42:32
Right, @Laura, Pathways is in the paid version
Kelly Rouska
01:42:58
I've started using badgr already
Kelly Rouska
01:43:41
for the students, though, as proof that they've completed the canvas student orientation
Cherylee Kushida-SAC
01:46:54
perfect!
Cheryl Chapman
01:48:26
Yes to DETCHE!
Kandace Knudson
01:48:28
yrs
Cherylee Kushida-SAC
01:48:28
hope to!
Kandace Knudson
01:48:30
yes
Cynthia Alexander
01:48:58
Unfortunately, no funding to travel. :-{
Kandace Knudson
01:49:11
if we only knew someone involved in the DETCHE arrangements . . . :-)
Scott James
01:49:38
oh my gosh, i have to register!
Laura Gentry
01:49:40
I missed the question Lisa asked because someone came into my office
Laura Gentry
01:49:57
Ah, okay, thank you.
Cynthia Alexander
01:50:03
Maybe DET/CHE will be in LA next year.
Jim Julius
01:50:16
jjulius@miracosta.edu
Lené Whitley-Putz
01:50:23
Finally figured it out!! https://badgr.io/public/issuers/4KipPmqmQsOycfPbN-Ietw
Cynthia Alexander
01:50:58
It’s not the registration that bothers me…its the travel. I don’t know if San Diego will be any better. I’ll see when next year comes.
Cynthia Alexander
01:52:36
Great, Lisa. I argue that we need to add that, but the union won’t go for it. I’d like to see how many colleges do have re-certification.
Cynthia Alexander
01:53:04
I wash pushing for every 3 years.
Gwendolyn
01:53:09
Jim could you send me the link to the conference so I can get preparations done for attending this. Gwendolyn
Laura Gentry
01:53:11
Ours is every three too
Cynthia Alexander
01:53:23
Nor “wash” but “was”.
Lené Whitley-Putz
01:53:24
If people have taken an @ONE course more than 3 years ago, they need to retake it to earn a certificate
Jim Julius
01:53:37
http://detche.com is the DET/CHE website
Jim Julius
01:53:43
There is a link there to register
Jim Julius
01:53:52
But the 2018 conference-specific website is not yet up
Jim Julius
01:53:58
Hopefully will be within the week
Cynthia Alexander
01:54:03
For one, the laws change!
Scott James
01:54:10
10/15 is the early bird deadline, right?
Jim Julius
01:54:19
You can see the website for the 2017 DET/CHE conference to get an idea what it’s like
Jim Julius
01:54:23
Scott, yes, 10/15.
Lené Whitley-Putz
01:55:21
Heading out to my 10:30. Thanks for having me!! This was a great conversation!!
Cynthia Alexander
01:55:58
I am having a problem hearing Gwendolyn. I hear her but she is very faint.
Scott James
01:56:01
Thanks, all. I’m looking forward to continuing this conversation.
Cheryl Chapman
01:56:06
Thanks so much!! BYE!!
Cherylee Kushida-SAC
01:56:24
Thank you - much needed conversation!
Jim Julius
01:56:24
Thanks, this was such a great start to this important work!
Kandace Knudson
01:56:34
Thanks, Lisa!