CCC Technology for Student Success News
Volume 1, Issue 5 - September 18, 2014
In This Issue
OEI Update
CAI Update
EPI Update

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Welcome to the September issue of CCC Technology for Student Success News featuring updates on the latest progress of the Online Education Initiative (OEI), Education Planning Initiative (EPI) and Common Assessment Initiative (CAI).
In "OEI Courses, Pilot Collaborations, New SC Chairs," we highlight information about 19 pilot courses that have been approved by the OEI Steering Committee, explain how early communications with pilot colleges show great promise, and announce the new chair and vice chair of the OEI Steering Committee.

In "CAI Plans Road Show, Responds To Feedback," we provide information about a newly formed work group for test development, explain how the Math, English and ESL Work Groups are drafting competencies, and list some important points for stakeholders to keep under consideration as the initiative moves forward.

In "EPI Pushes Ahead With Student Portal RFP," readers are pointed to where to go for more information about a newly released RFP for analysis and software development services and how steering committees and work groups are simultaneously working on the development of future RFPs to support the EPI's mission and goals.

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OEI Courses, Pilot Collaborations, New SC Chairs

The California Community Colleges (CCC) Online Education Initiative (OEI) reports a positive start to communication and collaboration with 24 pilot colleges, and a smooth transition to new Steering Committee leadership. .

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CAI Plans Road Show, Responds To Feedback 

The California Community Colleges (CCC) Common Assessment Initiative (CAI) project team is stepping up communication efforts to ensure faculty and staff voices are heard throughout the common assessment development process.


EPI Pushes Ahead With Student Portal RFP


Steering committees of the California Community Colleges (CCC) (EPI) recently met to discuss the release of a Request for Proposal (RFP) and the development of additional RFPs that fit within the initiative's goals.