Presentation Materials

Event Breakout Title Files Breakout Times (indexed field)
2007 Curriculum Institute Program
2007 Curriculum Institute Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) 101: Basics for Curriculum Chairs and SLO Beginners
2007 Curriculum Institute Tutoring and Supplemental Instruction
2007 Curriculum Institute Changes in Title 5 Curriculum Regulations
2007 Curriculum Institute SLOs and Curriculum: SLOs and Program Review
2007 Curriculum Institute Distance Education, Technology, and Curriculum
2007 Curriculum Institute Choosing Curriculum Course Types
2007 Curriculum Institute Upcoming Changes to the Associate Degree
2007 Curriculum Institute Basic Skills Initiative
2009 Curriculum Institute Program
2009 Curriculum Institute Communicating Between the Silos - Using Alternative Methods to Meet Students Needs breakout
2009 Curriculum Institute Articulation and Transfer
2009 Curriculum Institute Tutoring, Supplemental Instruction and TBA
2009 Curriculum Institute Compliant Degrees
2013 Spring Plenary Session Are you ready for Adult Education? The Governor’s Budget and LAO Recommendations
2013 Spring Plenary Session Changes in K-12 Curriculum and Potential Impact on CCC Curriculum
2013 Spring Plenary Session Curriculum: Caution Contents are Hot (and Under Pressure!)
2013 Spring Plenary Session Discipline List Process
2013 Spring Plenary Session Education Plans for Enrollment—How do We Meet the New Enrollment Priorities Requirements
2013 Spring Plenary Session Faculty Qualifications, Equivalencies, and Assigning Courses to Disciplines
2013 Spring Plenary Session Forging an Unbreakable Bond: Strengthening the Relationship between the Curriculum Committee and the Academic Senate
2013 Spring Plenary Session Here’s My Number, So Call Me Maybe: When to Contact the Chancellor’s Office and When Not To
2013 Spring Plenary Session How Conjoint Programs Can Meet the Challenge of Offering Courses and Programs
2013 Spring Plenary Session I'm New: Now, What the Heck Do I Do? Pointers for Plenary and Inclusiveness of Faculty at the State Level
2013 Spring Plenary Session iLegislation: There’s A Bill For That