Professional Development Organizations
Please Note:These professional development organizations are outside links.
3CSN's mission is to develop leaders in California Community Colleges who have the capacity to facilitate networks of faculty, staff, and students for curricular and institutional redesigns in support of increased student access, success, equity, and completion.
@one's mission is to assist California Community College faculty and staff to enhance student learning and success through expanded uses of effective technology by providing training, online resources, and support.
The CCC Confer project is located at Palomar College in San Marcos, California and is funded from a grant from the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office. CCC Confer was designed to allow communication and collaboration, using the latest Web conferencing technology, for all staff, faculty, and administrators in the California community Colleges system. It is ADA and Section 508 accessible.
The California Community College Council for Staff and Organizational Development (4C/SD) is an organization that provides training resources and networking opportunities for staff development professionals of the California Community Colleges.
CUE is a nonprofit educational coporation founded in 1978. CUE inspires innovative learners by fostering community, personalizing learning, infusing technology, developing leadership, and advocating educational opportunities for all. CUE Conferences are California's premier educational technology events.
The California Great Teachers Seminar has been held annually since 1979, involving over 1200 faculty members. The seminar is both inspiring and relaxing. It brings together teachers from all disciplines, counselors, librarians, and other faculty, both full-time and part time, to explore successes and innovations and solutions to problems. In spite of what the name might suggest, the seminar is not so much a gathering of teachers who are already great as it is a group of dedicated educators seeking the "great teacher" within.
(Hosted by the Faculty Association of California Community Colleges.)
The Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network in Higher Education is devoted to improving teaching and learning in higher education. Founded in 1976, POD provides its members with personal and academic relationships that are essential for professional growth.