Online Education and Student Equity

September 23, 2015 - 12:00am to September 24, 2015 - 12:00am

Michele Alaniz, Distance Education & Electronic Resources Librarian, City College of San Francisco

Strategies for Supporting Online Education:
Embedding Library Resources in Course Management Systems

The library’s online resources are a crucial component of the evidence needed by institutions to meet accreditation standards II.A. Instructional Programs and II.B Library and Learning Support Services, particularly in regard to providing comparable instructional support services to distance education students. This workshop is about the ways in which the library can be a presence in the course management system, course plan or assignments, and the curriculum approval process. Through discussion, ideas, exchange, and small group work time, participants will develop actionable ideas they can take back to their campus

Summary of Participant Feedback and Comments on Distance Education

Dan Crump, American River College

Asserting Library Resources in the Student Equity Plan

Is your library involved in your campus’ Student Equity Plan? Participants of last fall’s workshop wanted concrete ideas they could take back to their campus, and they wanted more discussion and work time on how to increase the library’s presence in their local SEP. This workshop focuses on developing actionable ideas that library leaders may assert for inclusion in the next iteration of the Student Equity Plan (SEP), due in the Chancellor’s Office on November 23, 2015.

Summary of Participant Feedback and Comments on Student Equity