February 22, 2018 - 8:00 AM to February 24, 2018 - 5:00 PM
This year, the agenda will include 3 FULL days of programming Thursday - Saturday.
Two ways to register:
Download the pre-registration form, fill it out and then fax, email, or mail it with your check, credit card number or a copy of your PO.
Pre-register Online with a credit card.
**If paying with a PO, you must fax or email or mail in your pre-reg form with a copy of the PO. PO's are not accepted for on-line registration**
February 22, 2018 - 1:00 PM to February 25, 2018 - 11:00 AM
For nearly 40 years, Lilly Conferences have provided opportunities for the presentation of the scholarship of teaching and learning. Conference participants are made up of faculty and administrators at various stages in their academic careers that come from across the United States, representing nearly every discipline found in higher education. The Anaheim conference maintains the same overall theme: “Teaching for Active and Engaged Learning” however tracks and subthemes vary by year. We always offer a variety of sessions so that participants can match their learning preference to the presentations formats: 50-minute sessions, 20-minute discussions, traditional plenary addresses, 30-minute round table discussions, and poster sessions. Conference presentations are selected through a blind peer-review process.
February 23, 2018 - 8:00 AM to February 25, 2018 - 5:00 PM
The Mid-Winter Faculty Conference is a two-day event scheduled each January or February at the Cambria Pines Lodge. The program provides community college faculty a variety of workshops focusing on the different issues involved in teaching journalism at the community college level. A featured workshop each year is an annual media law update.
In selected years there is a separate day-long Blue Heron workshop that focuses on teacher training in a single subject or skill set area.
February 23, 2018 - 8:00 AM to February 24, 2018 - 5:00 PM
Higher education is undergoing many changes such as student placement and assessment processes, increased student services, and even consideration of a guided pathways framework. Likewise, accreditation requirements and practices are undergoing significant change. Accreditation is no longer an event that occurs once every six years to prove compliance; it is a process that requires annual consideration and broad participation to ensure that the education and services provided to our students are of high quality and value to the community and public at large. Whether your college is gathering evidence, in the process of writing an Institutional Self Evaluation Report, or preparing for a comprehensive site visit, the Academic Senate for California Community College’s Accreditation Institute will provide guidance and support. Accreditation is an opportunity to share everything that our colleges do well and to identify areas where improvement can be made. This year’s institute, while embracing change, is focused on understanding accreditation so that participants are empowered and energized to take ownership of accreditation. New this year, is a pre-session sponsored by the ACCJC. There will be two trainings: one, a new evaluator training for faculty and the other, new Accreditation Liaison Officer Training