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Professional development through @ONE@ONE continues to make progress toward complete integration with the California Community Colleges (CCC) Online Education Initiative (OEI). @ONE will join OEI at Foothill-De Anza Community College District (FHDA) beginning July 1, 2017.

The move will place @ONE within the OEI’s management, and streamline services by building on synergies between two initiatives that have a shared focus on faculty and staff professional development. Furthermore, as taxpayer funded institutions, the move is geared toward optimizing resources available to support the CCC by minimizing redundancies.

Recognizing @ONE’s successes over the past two decades, the OEI is committed to sustaining its successes in methodically creating a more dynamic @ONE. The OEI, known for its innovative approach to using technology in maximizing impacts, will serve to further reinforce @ONE infrastructure – with an aim to provide expanded benefits to faculty and staff of California’s community colleges. A significant step toward building a successful @ONE at FHDA is the selection of committed, mission-driven staff.

Staff Recruitment Effort

Over the past two weeks, FHDA began competitive recruitment for two Faculty Coordinator positions that will be part of the @ONE leadership team with the OEI, with an anticipated start date of July 1, 2017. Interested individuals may review the posting through the links below, or visit FHDA Employment/Careers:

Faculty Professional Development Coordinator: Technology Training
Faculty Professional Development Coordinator: Instructional Development

On other fronts, FHDA and OEI leadership are continuing to collaborate with CCC TechConnect to finalize the work plan and structure for @ONE going forward. This will include the OEI professional development and course review components as a major focus, and will also address providing and scaling other professional development objectives to faculty and staff across the state.

Jory Hadsell, EdD, is the Executive Director of
the California Community Colleges Online Education Initiative



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