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Professional Development Websites


The mission of @ONE 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. 

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Effective Practices for Distance Education is a resource site for effective practices in online teaching and learning brought to you by @ONE.​
The Teaching Discussions blog is a MSJC Educators discussion blog focused on the art of teaching. ​

4C/SD is an organization that provides training resources and networking opportunities for staff development professionals of the California community colleges.


Teaching for Success 
Teaching For Success: A treasure trove of effective, innovative and very practical ideas on teaching improvement for the busy part-time and full-time faculty member teaching in higher education and high school. It's a monthly paper and electronic periodical and faculty development program.
ACCCA, the premier association for community college administrators in California, is recognized for providing excellence in leadership development for its members. ACCCA is dedicated to providing professional education, training and development opportunities for new and continuing community college administrators and to building partnerships with business, education and government agencies to achieve those opportunities.
What is Netiquette? Simply stated, it's network etiquette -- that is, the etiquette of cyberspace. And "etiquette" means "the forms required by good breeding or prescribed by authority to be required in social or official life." In other words, Netiquette is a set of rules for behaving properly online. Use Meeting Wizard to arrange and schedule meetings. As a productivity tool it makes planning meetings easier and more effective.
It’s a way to build stronger relationships that equip you to face your challenges more effectively. The FISH! Philosophy fulfills the most basic needs of human beings who, in turn, fulfill the needs of the organization—more connected teams, better communication, extraordinary service and higher retention. ​
California Great Teachers Seminar 
Community College League of California - CCLC
The Community College League of California is a nonprofit public benefit corporation whose voluntary membership consists of the 72 local community college districts in California. Within the League are two major organizations which share a common mission, staff and fiscal resources: the California Community College Trustees (CCCT) and the Chief Executive Officers of the California Community Colleges (CEOCCC).
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 National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students 
The National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition at the University of South Carolina, chartered in 1986, is an outgrowth and extension of the University 101 first-year seminar course begun at USC in 1972. The Center and University 101 comprise one functionally integrated academic program, each component designed to complement the other.