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  • Lewine, Mark
    I thought that members of SACC-L ought to check out the culture of the executive class of CC s. A visit to one of their conferences is a real lesson in why
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      LeagueConnections Vol. 4 No. 4 April 2003

      I thought that members of SACC-L ought to check out the ‘culture’ of the executive class of CC’s.  A visit to one of their conferences is a real lesson in why and how cc’s and their missions have changed so much.

       

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      From: League For Innovation in the Community College [mailto:mail@...]
      Sent: Wednesday, April 23, 2003 3:58 PM
      To: Lewine, Mark
      Subject: April 2003 LeagueConnections

       

      April 2003 (Vol. 4, No. 4)

      Published by the League for Innovation.

      WELCOME to the April 2003 edition of LeagueConnections, one of the best ways to stay connected with ongoing League for Innovation in the Community College projects, activities, and events.  Feel free to forward this message to your all-college listservs.

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      Innovations 2003: A Huge Success

      Thanks in no small part to the support of the host institution, Maricopa Community Colleges, and the coordinating colleges, Estrella Mountain Community College and Mesa Community College, this year's Innovations conference attracted approximately 1,600 participants and a record number of corporate partners exhibiting their products and services. Innovations 2003 was complemented by a number of preconference events that included the League's Learning Summit, the National Association of Community College’s Teacher Program's national conference, the Homeland Security and Civic Engagement Summit, the Community College Baccalaureate Association conference, and National Institute for Leadership Development's Leadership Succession Strategies for Women in Higher Education. Read more...


      Community Colleges to the Rescue--Again

      During the last recession, some 300,000 people in Southern California lost their generally well-paying jobs in the aerospace and defense industries. Many of these folks already had one or, in some cases, two college degrees, often in technical fields. For the thousands of aerospace and defense industry employees and others affected by the last recession, educational needs for the emerging tech-based economy could be defined by a set of four "C" factors: content, certification, convenience, and cost. Read more...


      Get a Kick Out of Learning with Technology

      This article recently ran in Converge Magazine and shares the insights of the League’s President and CEO, Mark David Milliron.

      This is a unique time for educators. Most of the people teaching and reaching students in our institutions are doing so using tools and techniques they never experienced as learners. Contrast this situation with 20 years ago, when the vast majority of educational professionals had the luxury of firsthand experience as students in the modes of instruction and methods of administration provided by their schools. Indeed, they could personally relate to the experiences that most of their students were having in the teaching and learning process. Read more...


      Not Just Another Two Years

      In a day when community colleges are raising the standards in educating the masses, it seems that academia is finally seeing method to the two-year institutions as well. When most four-year institutions are being hit with lowering attendance and higher maintenance costs, two-year institutions are seeing an increase in enrollment and activities like never before. Read more...


      Join the Online Innovations Conference!

      The League for Innovation introduces a new way to experience innovations with 24/7 accessibility. Join us for the introduction of the Online Innovations Conference, a virtual opportunity to connect with the professionals, partners, and leaders of community college innovations and programs from around the world. Read more...


      2003 CIT Registration Now Available

      Don’t miss the premier showcase of the use of information technology to improve teaching and learning, student services, and institutional management. The 2003 CIT, hosted by the Wisconsin Technical College System, will be held October 19-22 at the Midwest Express Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Read more...


      2003 Terry O'Banion Student Technology Awards

      The League for Innovation in the Community College and Distinguished Partner Microsoft Corporation are pleased to announce the selection of the 2003 Terry O'Banion Student Technology Champions. In honor of the League for Innovation’s 35th anniversary, a special third award was added to the annual awards of Student Technology Champion and Student Developer Champion. Read more...


      CIT College Pavilion

      League Board and Alliance Member Colleges are invited to participate in the CIT Exhibition, a great opportunity to promote a new curriculum, recruit for open positions, or demonstrate your technology capabilities. Special packages are available. Read more...


      Sloan-C Online Seminar on Access

      Widening access to more learners is fundamental to the evolution of online higher education and essential for its success. Online programs have evolved from an emphasis on providing access to courses to recognizing that access is an enterprisewide issue. A fundamental challenge is how to enable prospective learners to be aware of and evaluate available learning opportunities. As practices for providing access evolve, measuring the quality of access helps practitioners better determine how best to improve access for the learners they serve. Read more...


      Working Connections: IT Faculty Development

      Community and technical colleges comprise the largest sector of higher education and are considered a critical link in preparing the number of skilled Information Technology (IT) workers needed by business and industry to remain globally competitive. Starting this summer, the Working Connections IT Faculty Development Institute will provide advanced professional development training for IT faculty at 10 regional locations. Read more...


      Community Colleges Invited to Apply for Excellence Awards

      Innovative community colleges are invited to apply for the 2004 MetLife Foundation Community College Excellence Awards. The awards will recognize colleges that are breaking ground in helping underserved youth and adults succeed in postsecondary education. Two winning colleges will each receive a $30,000 award and national recognition. Read more...


      The 2003 National Higher Education Law and Policy Institute:
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      In these tough economic times, you can't afford to make costly legal mistakes. Learn how to help your campus avoid unnecessary exposure. November 16-18 in San Diego, California. Co-sponsored by the American Council on Education, San Diego State University, San Diego Community College District, and the League for Innovation in the Community College. Read more...


      Sinclair Announces Finalists for Presidency

      The Presidential Search Committee at Sinclair Community College has announced the names of four finalists for a successor to current President Ned J. Sifferlen, who has announced his retirement effective August 31, 2003. Read more...


      Kirkwood International Programs Earn National Award

      A leading international education group has awarded Kirkwood Community College its highest annual honor. The American Council on International and Intercultural Education (ACIIE) presented Kirkwood with the 2003 Intercultural Achievement Award at the organization's annual conference. Read more...


      Vernier Networks System Featured at Security Workshop Tour

      Vernier Networks, a developer of innovative systems and software to protect, manage, and enhance wireless networks, has announced that its award-winning Vernier Networks System will be one of the featured Wireless LAN (WLAN) security and management products demonstrated during the nine-stop nationwide workshop tour. Read more...


      Kirkwood’s Mitvalsky Wins National Development Award

      The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) has announced the winners of the CASE Commonfund Institutionally Related Foundation Awards. Kirkwood Community College Vice President of Resource Development, Cheryle W. Mitvalsky is one of three national honorees for the top annual CASE award. Read more...


      Sinclair President Named Recipient of Two Awards

      Sinclair Community College President Ned J. Sifferlen has been named the recipient of a local award from the United Way of the Greater Dayton Area and a national award from Phi Theta Kappa, an honor society for two-year colleges. Read more...


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