Supporting Faculty and Staff of CCCC
Professional Development Purpose
The purpose of professional development is to support the mission of the college by helping employees enhance their job skills, obtain job-related knowledge and information, increase productivity and efficiency, and/or prepare for higher-level positions. In the case of faculty members, it also provides an opportunity for classroom skill enhancement and increased knowledge in their specific academic discipline.
Professional Development Hour Requirement
There will be a minimum number of five required hours for full-time and reduced-hours full-time faculty and staff. Professional development hours will be based on what the supervisor and employee agree is a reasonable amount of time required to develop identified needs of the individual.
Please note: A travel authorization must be submitted and approved before attending any external events.
|Topic||Event Name||Date||Internal/External||Session Description||Time||Location||Cost||Registration/Access Link|
|Faculty Development||Equitizing the Syllabus (West Hub)||11/29/2023||External||Infusing equitable practices in your class is multi-dimensional. The first experience your students have of any class is typically the syllabus. Therefore, it is necessary to examine the syllabus through a DEI lens to foster student belonging and student success. This workshop will bring ideas and tips on improving the syllabus to introduce your students to you and your course. Please bring a syllabus so you can work on it during this session.||12:00 PM - 12:50 PM||Virtual||Free||Equitizing the Syllabus (West Hub) on 11/29/2023 Register Now|
|Skill Development||Annotate This: Discover New Hypothesis Features||11/29/2023||External||Our team at Hypothesis has been hard at work, and we're thrilled to share our latest innovations and a glimpse into future product releases. Join us for our third installment of “Annotate This” our product webinar that shares insights into our latest releases and what’s to come.||1:00 PM - 2:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Annotate This: Discover New Hypothesis Features on 11/29/2023 Register Now|
|Faculty Development||Differentiating Instruction: How to Facilitate Mixed-Ability ESL Classes (COABE)||11/30/2023||External||Learn strategies for teaching a classroom of mixed-ability learners using fundamentals of differentiated instruction. Drawing from Carol Ann Tomlinson’s seminal research on the subject, attendees will learn how to use flexible group configurations to tailor instruction to the unique needs of their students.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Differentiating Instruction: How to Facilitate Mixed-Ability ESL Classes (COABE) on 11/30/2023 Register Now|
|Student Support||DEEP Insights: Redesigning Dual Enrollment as a Purposeful Pathway to College and Career Opportunity (CCRC)||12/5/2023||External||This webinar introduces dual enrollment equity pathways (DEEP)—a research-based framework for rethinking dual enrollment as a more equitable on-ramp to college programs of study that lead to family-supporting, career-path jobs for students who might not otherwise pursue education after college. Participants will learn about the research evidence underlying DEEP and findings from recent field research that show how six community college–K-12 partnerships in Florida and Texas have implemented dual enrollment to expand access and early college success for underrepresented students using DEEP-aligned practices. Practitioners from two of these exemplary college–K-12 partnerships will describe how they are leveraging dual enrollment to broaden access to college and career opportunities for students and families in their communities.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||DEEP Insights: Redesigning Dual Enrollment as a Purposeful Pathway to College and Career Opportunity (CCRC) on 12/5/2023 Register Now|
|Student Support||Supporting Student Success: Staff and Roles||12/5/2023||External||Student success is a top priority for colleges as they continue to invest in new advising programs and systems that keep track of student performance. These more recent practices are to attract students and ensure graduation. As student success is prioritized, however, there is the challenge of keeping student-support staff, which has high turnover due to burnout from their workloads. A panel of experts, led by Ian Wilhelm, deputy managing editor of The Chronicle, will discuss how to support staff and prevent burnout.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Supporting Student Success: Staff and Roles on 12/5/2023 Register Now|
|Faculty Development||15,925,248 ways to improve the equity of grading schemes||12/5/2023||External||While there have long been critiques of A-F grading, the pandemic revealed the ways grading perpetuates inequalities. In response, instructors across higher education have experimented with alternative grading practices. These practices, which vary in their degree of "ungradedness," emphasize formative feedback, enhance transparency, reduce students' anxiety, and shift their focus to learning. But how do alternative grading schemes compare to each other and to traditional methods? More importantly, in what ways do they foster or limit equity? In this interactive session, we'll introduce participants to a Grading Scheme Anatomy capable of systematically guiding instructors to more equitable grading practices.||2:00 PM - 4:00 PM||Virtual||Free||15,925,248 ways to improve the equity of grading schemes on 12/5/2023 Register Now|
|Student Support||Helping Your Students Identify, Develop, and Utilize Their (not so) Soft Skills (COABE)||12/6/2023||External||Adult education students have strong transferable skills (aka, soft skills). They just don’t know it yet! Leadership, communication, and critical thinking skills are being cultivated daily by hard-working adult learners. Employers value and seek these crucial competencies. In this webinar, we’ll share powerful student-written stories and classroom activities that demonstrate simple ways to teach basic skills in a way that enables students to identify and amplify the transferable skills essential for employability.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Helping Your Students Identify, Develop, and Utilize Their (not so) Soft Skills (COABE) on 12/6/2023 Register Now|
|Student Support||Starting a Program for Incarcerated Students (Chronicle)||12/6/2023||External||Does your institution have programming in place for incarcerated students? Thanks to new federal assistance, students in many prisons can now take college courses for credit. While colleges are interested in starting or expanding programs to serve those students, they often have no idea how to do so.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Starting a Program for Incarcerated Students (Chronicle) on 12/6/2023 Register Now|
|Faculty Development||Using Formative and Summative Assessments in the Online Classroom||12/7/2023||External||In this webinar we will cover how to use both formative and summative assessments in the online class room. Presented by Darrin Evans||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Using Formative and Summative Assessments in the Online Classroom on 12/7/2023 Register Now|
|Student Support||Data Science Unbound||12/7/2023||External||Data science continues to evolve beyond computer science, expanding into the liberal arts. Driven by rising student demand, this expansion faces challenges, including student access and faculty shortages. In this upcoming virtual forum, a panel of experts led by Alex Kafka, a senior editor at The Chronicle, will discuss the benefits and obstacles of data science’s growing popularity.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Data Science Unbound on 12/7/2023 Register Now|
|Student Support||Funding Forward: 2024-2025 FAFSA Changes and How to Prepare?||12/11/2023||Internal||Prepare for a transformative shift in financial aid for the 2024-25 school year. The FAFSA is simplified to just 36 questions, including easier income data import. Join Amber Werkheiser and Amy Berrier to explore these changes, gain insights into their impact on students and families, and stay ahead of the financial aid evolution.||12:00 PM - 1:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Funding Forward: 2024-2025 FAFSA Changes and How to Prepare? on 12/11/2023 Register Now|
|Faculty Development||Unlocking the Joy of Math for Students with Learning Differences and Neurodiversity (Amplify)||12/11/2023||External||Students with learning differences can bring unique perspectives and skill sets to the classroom, which can help create a more well-rounded educational experience for all. Through interactive activities and best practices, you’ll gain an understanding of creating learning environments that are inclusive of all types of learners while also exploring tools for overcoming potential challenges.||4:00 PM - 5:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Unlocking the Joy of Math for Students with Learning Differences and Neurodiversity (Amplify) on 12/11/2023 Register Now|
|AI||What Happens to Learning When Generative AI Can See, Hear, and Speak (Harvard Publishing)||12/14/2023||External||s new voice and imaging capabilities roll out in ChatGPT, what does that mean for educators? Join us as Elon associate dean and management information systems professor Haya Ajjan explores the transformative potential of multi-modal ChatGPT. Understand how generative AI’s new capabilities can help educators customize learning paths for diverse student needs, augment classroom discussions with real-time data and research, and provide personalized feedback to students. Explore how ChatGPT can serve as an always-available assistant for students, helping them grasp challenging concepts and ensure a seamless learning experience—both inside and outside the classroom.||11:00 AM - 12:00 PM||Virtual||Free||What Happens to Learning When Generative AI Can See, Hear, and Speak (Harvard Publishing) on 12/14/2023 Register Now|
|Student Support||Reengaging Post-Pandemic Youth With Dual Enrollment (ATD)||12/14/2023||External||Dual enrollment programs hold enormous promise to counteract this trend by increasing college-going rates — especially for students who are underrepresented in higher education. However, in order for these programs to meet their full potential, they must be coupled with services and supports that address a broad range of student needs.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Reengaging Post-Pandemic Youth With Dual Enrollment (ATD) on 12/14/2023 Register Now|
|Student Support||Homeroom with Education Leaders | From Challenges to Triumphs: Lessons Learned in 2023 and a Roadmap to 2024||12/14/2023||External||The rapidly changing landscape of education in the 2022-2023 school year underscored the urgency felt by educators to continue responding to learning loss and challenges exacerbated by school closures in recent years. New funding opportunities allowed schools to explore increasing access to mental health services and after-school programs. As 2023 comes to a close, education leaders are anticipating spending cuts and ESSER spending deadlines. Join The Hunt Institute and field experts for a conversation reflecting on learning recovery and evaluating the investments made in education over the past year and how leaders can capitalize on those investments in 2024.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Homeroom with Education Leaders | From Challenges to Triumphs: Lessons Learned in 2023 and a Roadmap to 2024 on 12/14/2023 Register Now|
|Administration||Navigating Turbulence: Modern Strategy for Presidents and Trustees||12/14/2023||External||Now more than ever, trustees need clarity on how to support the strategic direction of their institutions. While board members bring a wealth of experience and expertise in their fields, it is often challenging for them to contribute meaningfully without a background in higher education planning and processes. In this first part of The Chronicle and AGB’s series for trustees and presidents, a panel of experts, led by Liz McMillen and Paul Friga, will discuss key topics for board members at private institutions, including institutional finances, student recruitment and enrollment, and education quality.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Navigating Turbulence: Modern Strategy for Presidents and Trustees on 12/14/2023 Register Now|
|Faculty Development||How Will Students Learn to Write Now That We Have ChatGPT?||12/14/2023||External||As ChatGPT enters the classroom, so do many questions about what it is, how students and teachers can use it, and how it will change education. In this webinar, we’ll explore how teachers and students use ChatGPT in their middle and high school writing classrooms. First, we’ll look at ongoing classroom research on students’ writing with and without ChatGPT to answer questions like: What kinds of help do student writers want from ChatGPT? When do students reject ChatGPT’s suggestions? How does their individual writing compare with their ChatGPT-assisted writing?||7:00 PM - 8:30 PM||Virtual||Free||How Will Students Learn to Write Now That We Have ChatGPT? on 12/14/2023 Register Now|
|Student Support||How to Utilize Paid and Free Resources to Boost Student Enrollment in your Local Program (COABE)||12/21/2023||External||Do you have $1,000 to spend on recruiting new students to your program? Do you have no money at all? Come learn both free and paid ways to boost the number of students you have in your program. Hear what the Connecticut Association for Adult and Continuing Education did as a state, and what several local programs did with limited funding. Print, TV, mail, digital marketing, and social media will be discussed.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||How to Utilize Paid and Free Resources to Boost Student Enrollment in your Local Program (COABE) on 12/21/2023 Register Now|
|AI||Artificial Intelligence and Large Language Models (Central Hub)||1/9/2024||External||Join us for an Interactive Learning Lab, a dynamic virtual environment where you’ll engage in hands-on activities, collaborate with peers, and gain practical insights to enhance your knowledge about artificial intelligence. This presentation serves as a concise yet comprehensive introduction to the transformative power of Artificial Intelligence (AI), with a special focus on Large Language Models (LLMs), in the realm of higher education. Designed for faculty and staff of community colleges, the session aims to demystify the complex world of AI and make it accessible and applicable in everyday educational settings. Participants will have ample opportunities to engage in interactive discussions, ask questions, and gain hands-on experience.||10:00 AM - 11:30 AM||Virtual||Free||Artificial Intelligence and Large Language Models (Central Hub) on 1/9/2024 Register Now|
|Faculty Development||Course Improvement Using Student Data (Piedmont Hub)||1/10/2024||External||Unlock the potential of student data to drive course improvement and promote equity in our empowering workshop: "Course Improvement Using Student Data." Join us as we delve into the strategies and techniques for leveraging student data to create inclusive and impactful learning experiences that foster student success. Led by Dr. Tanya Scott, Associate Director of Teaching and Learning at Achieving the Dream, this workshop will provide you with practical approaches for effectively utilizing student data to inform your instructional decisions. Discover how to collect, analyze, and interpret student data to gain valuable insights into their learning needs and progress. By identifying patterns, trends, and areas of concern, you will be empowered to make data-informed adjustments to your course content, instructional methods, and assessments.||1:00 PM - 2:30 PM||Virtual||Free||Course Improvement Using Student Data (Piedmont Hub) on 1/10/2024 Register Now|
|Implications for Learning||and Institutions (AACU)"||1/10/2024||Curricula||Few innovations have impacted higher education as deeply and swiftly as artificial intelligence has. Initially viewed simply as a threat to academic integrity, it’s now clear that AI presents far greater challenges—and opportunities. Goldman Sachs has estimated that AI may replace 300 million full-time jobs. This rapid workforce evolution is creating demand for an accompanying evolution of higher education to meet new expectations. During this webinar, panelists will discuss the many ways higher education will be affected by artificial intelligence, including how AI will influence instruction, curricula, and institutions. They’ll also suggest paths forward that can help you and your institution succeed in this new era.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||and Institutions (AACU)" on 1/10/2024 Register Now|
|Skill Development||Leveraging Public Relations to Build your Adult Education Brand (COABE)||1/16/2023||External||Learn how to reposition your adult education organization from being undervalued and overlooked to a highly relevant organization that gets its deserved share of funding, recognition and enrollments. We’ll layout the steps to develop a compelling brand story, and you’ll learn from case studies on how repositioning strategies helped garner leads to boost enrollments. Get a solid roadmap to reposition the adult education mission within your community so that it is valued and respected.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Leveraging Public Relations to Build your Adult Education Brand (COABE) on 1/16/2023 Register Now|
|Student Support||Using the Updated Embark Assessment||1/18/2024||External||Dive into the art of advising students by understanding how to use the Embark Assessment. The quick career inventory illuminates career paths perfectly aligned with a student's unique interests, guiding them not just in confirming a major but igniting new ideas and possibilities for their professional future. Join Associate Dean Don Miller in exploring the Embark Assessment.||12:00 PM - 1:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Using the Updated Embark Assessment on 1/18/2024 Register Now|
|Faculty Development||Demystifying the Course Build Process, Aligning Assignments to Outcomes (Piedmont Hub)||1/18/2024||External||This session is designed for faculty and anyone else who uses a rubric. You are welcome to attend this event as a stand-alone regardless of previous attendance. You can also request recordings of the previous Demystifying the Course Build Process series. Demystifying the Course Build Process, Part 1: Backward Design Demystifying the Course Build Process, Part 2: CLO's and MLO's So, you have your CLOs and your MLOs. What do you do now? Part 3 of this series will cover ways to make sure that your assignments are in alignment with your outcomes. The focus will be on making sure that you create as few assignments as are necessary to assess what you need to assess while not burdening the students with what they see as “busy work.” Questions such as “How do I assess multiple skills in one assignment?” and “What kind of assessment will best help me know if they understand the material?” will be addressed, among others.||1:00 PM - 2:30 PM||Virtual||Free||Demystifying the Course Build Process, Aligning Assignments to Outcomes (Piedmont Hub) on 1/18/2024 Register Now|
|Faculty Development||When Feedback Attacks: Rethinking and Reframing Student Feedback (East Hub)||1/22/2024||External||Why is "good job" actually a bad job? This session will examine why we are charged with delivering "meaningful and substantive" feedback in our classes, what that feedback should sound and look like, and how not to die from our workloads in the process. We will reframe feedback as "continued instruction," and we'll consider different tools and shortcuts for providing effective and efficient feedback in a lively and humorous discussion.||1:00 PM - 2:00 PM||Virtual||Free||When Feedback Attacks: Rethinking and Reframing Student Feedback (East Hub) on 1/22/2024 Register Now|
|Faculty Development||Door Leadership: How to Build Capacity and Lead Through Collaboration for Adult Learning Programs (COABE)||1/24/2024||External||Learn key takeaways about leadership in adult learning programs, including what it means to be a collaborative, results-driven leader. Take stock in what works for your program and what buy-in practices can help improve program retention and overall results. Key takeaways include leading with a growth mindset, collaborative problem-solving practices, and student-centered community building.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Door Leadership: How to Build Capacity and Lead Through Collaboration for Adult Learning Programs (COABE) on 1/24/2024 Register Now|
|Faculty Development||From Rookie to Rockstar: New Teacher Tips and Tricks (East Hub)||1/25/2024||External||This workshop session is for all faculty to learn about teaching best practices. Whether this is your first year teaching or you’ve been doing this for years, we can all benefit from the fresh perspective of our newest colleagues. College of The Albemarle’s New Faculty Academy coordinators have gathered the best (and not so great) tips and tricks their various cohorts have learned to help begin their professional journey.||1:30 PM - 2:30 PM||Virtual||Free||From Rookie to Rockstar: New Teacher Tips and Tricks (East Hub) on 1/25/2024 Register Now|
|Student Support||Funding Forward: 2024-2025 FAFSA Changes and How to Prepare?||1/29/2024||External||Prepare for a transformative shift in financial aid for the 2024-25 school year. The FAFSA is simplified to just 36 questions, including easier income data import. Join Amber Werkheiser and Amy Berrier to explore these changes, gain insights into their impact on students and families, and stay ahead of the financial aid evolution.||12:00 PM - 1:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Funding Forward: 2024-2025 FAFSA Changes and How to Prepare? on 1/29/2024 Register Now|
|Faculty Development||Active Teaching Strategies (East Hub)||1/30/2024||External||Join Achieving the Dream for a professional learning opportunity designed to empower participants with practical skills for integrating active learning techniques into their teaching, adaptable to various classroom modalities, including seated, hybrid, online, hy-flex, and flipped formats. Through immersive, hands-on activities, participants will experience the impact of inclusive strategies such as think-pair-share, gallery walks, the jigsaw method, and more. These experiences provide an opportunity for attendees to explore diverse learning techniques while gaining insights into active teaching methods.||6:00 PM - 7:30 PM||Virtual||Free||Active Teaching Strategies (East Hub) on 1/30/2024 Register Now|
|Faculty Development||Active Teaching Strategies (East Hub)||1/31/2024||External||Join Achieving the Dream for a professional learning opportunity designed to empower participants with practical skills for integrating active learning techniques into their teaching, adaptable to various classroom modalities, including seated, hybrid, online, hy-flex, and flipped formats. Through immersive, hands-on activities, participants will experience the impact of inclusive strategies such as think-pair-share, gallery walks, the jigsaw method, and more. These experiences provide an opportunity for attendees to explore diverse learning techniques while gaining insights into active teaching methods.||2:00 PM - 3:30 PM||Virtual||Free||Active Teaching Strategies (East Hub) on 1/31/2024 Register Now|
|Faculty Development||Setting the Stage for Group Autonomy In An In-Person Class (Piedmont Hub)||2/5/2024||External||This event is for faculty looking to improve the group work dynamic of their in-person classes. How many of us hear groans the minute we mention the words “group project”? One of the biggest complaints from both faculty and students centers around non-participating group members. Engaging students in group work can be both a blessing and a curse. How do you use group work successfully in your classes, and how do you guide your students through it? Better yet, how do you put the responsibility for the group dynamics on your students in a way that they can successfully self-govern what goes on in the groups?||2:00 PM - 3:30 PM||Virtual||Free||Setting the Stage for Group Autonomy In An In-Person Class (Piedmont Hub) on 2/5/2024 Register Now|
|AI||The Future is Now: Dive into the Frontier of Generative AI with Engaging Assignments for Mastering AI Fluency! (OLC)||2/20/2024||External||GenAI has forever changed how we learn, teach, work, and perhaps even play. Its capabilities, as well as student use, are here to stay and accelerating at a pace that can make even the most tech-savvy among us feel overwhelmed. But if we, as educators, don’t teach students why, how, and when to use AI, who will? In this webinar, we’ll discuss how to infuse AI requirements into your assignments and provide examples of assignments that teach AI fluency.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||The Future is Now: Dive into the Frontier of Generative AI with Engaging Assignments for Mastering AI Fluency! (OLC) on 2/20/2024 Register Now|
|Faculty Development||Setting the Stage for Student Group Autonomy in Online Classes||2/27/2024||External||How many of us hear groans the minute we mention the words “group project”? One of the biggest complaints from both faculty and students centers around non-participating group members. Engaging students in group work can be both a blessing and a curse. How do you use group work successfully in your classes, and how do you guide your students through it? Better yet, how do you put the responsibility for the group dynamics on your students in a way that they can successfully self-govern what goes on in the groups? Finally, how do you assimilate an evaluation of what goes on in those groups into your course grade? This session will provide the tool that one instructor has used within her classes that has transformed her classes’ group work into something she looks forward to each term.||2:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Setting the Stage for Student Group Autonomy in Online Classes on 2/27/2024 Register Now|
|Student Support||Getting Students Ready for Graduation||3/5/2024||Internal||As the deadline for graduation applications approaches, learn how to make sure that your advisees are ready to graduate! Join us for an insightful session where we'll delve into essential graduation preparation strategies and address any potential challenges to ensure a seamless transition for your students.||12:00 PM - 1:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Getting Students Ready for Graduation on 3/5/2024 Register Now|
|Student Support||Advising Transfer Students||4/10/2024||Internal||Join Associate Dean Don Miller for an insightful session designed to empower advisors in effectively guiding transfer students on their academic journey. Delve into key strategies and best practices tailored to the unique needs of transfer students. Gain valuable insights into leveraging Baccalaureate Degree Plans as a powerful tool for personalized advising, ensuring a seamless transition and fostering academic success.||12:00 PM - 1:00 PM||Virtual||Free||Advising Transfer Students on 4/10/2024 Register Now|
|Accessibility||Accessibility in the Classroom!||Ongoing||Internal||Anytime||Online||Free||Email Amanda Carter at email@example.com to register.|
|Various||National Humanities Center Free Webinars||Various||External||Various||Online||Free||National Humanities Center Free Webinars on Various Register Now|
|Teaching and Learning||Adjunct Faculty Roadmap||Ongoing||External||The Adjunct Faculty Roadmap, provided by NC-NET, provides collection of resources on topics important to teaching at the college level. "A Week at a Glance" is a great place to start. You'll find other sections on "Creating a Syllabus," "A Successful First Day," "Knowing Your Students," "Classroom Management," "Active Learning Strategies," and "Fair Assessment Practices." Each section contains a description of the topic and helpful links with examples and strategies, expert advice, articles, and supporting evidence.||Anytime||Online||Free||https://www.nc-net.info/adjunct-faculty-roadmap/|
|Teaching and Learning||NC-NET Academy||Various||External||The NC-NET Academy offers facilitator-led online courses delivered via Moodle. Enrollment is open to part-time or full-time community college faculty members in North Carolina. The rationale behind the Academy is that educational ideas cannot simply be presented; they need to be thought about, talked over, and experienced. Academy courses weave together readings, activities, and discussions for participants to construct new understandings in the context of their own situations. Weekly threaded discussions play an essential role in encouraging participants to reflect on the readings, share stories from their lives (and their classrooms), pose questions to the group, and express their reactions. The courses provide an opportunity for faculty from across the state to network with and learn from each other.||Various||Various||Free||NC-NET Academy on Various Register Now|
All on-demand training and recorded PD sessions are available on the Blackboard Professional Development Organization.
- Professional Development Blackboard
- Blackboard Collaborate Level I
- Blackboard Level II
- Library Higher Ed Resources
- McLaughlin Young Group
- Request Specific Training
- Professional Development Blackboard
- Blackboard Level I
- 4 professional development hours
- This training is designed to give you an introduction to the basic components of Blackboard, CCCC's online course management system. This training will provide you with step-by-step tutorials and exercises to prepare you for creating a supplement course to use as a resource for your seated classes.
- Blackboard Level II
- 6 professional development hours
- This training is designed to acquaint you with the fundamentals of using Blackboard, CCCC's online course management system. This training expands on the knowledge already gained in Blackboard Level I training. This training provides you with step-by-step tutorials and exercises to prepare you for developing and teaching your first online course and becoming Blackboard Proficient.
- Library Higher Ed Resources
Your CCCC Library offers access to a world of resources to support your professional development! Find books about teaching and learning, leadership, academia, and more, or search for new research in your field using our databases. Go to: Faculty & Staff Professional Development
- McLaughlin Young Group
Take advantage of our valuable on-demand Skill Builder trainings through our EAP provider. Select the Work-Life login and then under Centers on the right, scroll down and click Skill Builder. See the attached document for more information and topics.
- Request Specific Training
- Didn't find what you were looking for? Request Specific Training
We are dedicated to providing a variety of resources for our faculty and staff to continue their development. In the Employee Onboarding and Development organization within Blackboard, you will find recorded workshops, PowerPoint presentations, and much more to enhance your professional development and lifelong learning.
To access the Employee Onboarding and Development organization in Blackboard, login to Blackboard. Next, select Professional Development under the "My Organizations". Once in the course, select “Recorded PD Sessions” in the course menu. Sessions are organized by semester.
Need access? Contact Distance Education at (919) 718-7529 or firstname.lastname@example.org.