Thursday, July 23, 2015

CCC TechEDge

TechEDge eNews Update | 23 July 2015 |

Leading Technology In Education For California's Future

State Center District Takes The Initiative

Technology in support of student success is a priority at State Center Community College District (SCCCD), which serves more than 44,000 students across California’s Central Valley.


Systemwide Technology Support Site Debuts

The California Community Colleges (CCC) Technology Center has launched, a self-service help site it hopes will become a technical support “community” for college staff using systemwide technology products.


Colleges Embrace InCommon Certificate Service

Internet2’s InCommon organization has released a price list for security certificate services being offered at reduced cost to all California Community Colleges (CCC) entities that choose to join the InCommon Federation.


OEI Updates: Making The Impossible Possible

So it’s a hot and muggy summer in California. Much of the community colleges community is taking a well-deserved break from the pace of providing education to more than 2 million students. Those of us working within the Online Education Initiative (OEI) are trying to carve out a couple of days here and there to rest. However, it’s really hard to find that time!

Somehow, we have found ourselves in mid-July with the beginning of the fall term staring us squarely in the face. Where did June go?


Watch CCCAssess Platform Development Progress

With development of a statewide Common Assessment System underway, California Community Colleges (CCC) personnel are invited to take part in the effort by providing feedback on progress to date at regular intervals.


Workshop Highlights Need For Security Policies

College technology budgets don’t always have room for purchasing expensive information security systems, but it’s not necessary to spend a lot to secure your network, according to security experts in the California Community Colleges (CCC).


Colleges To Get Deep Discounts On Network Gear
The Foundation for California Community Colleges has secured agreements with three resellers of Cisco products that will allow individual colleges and districts to purchase networking equipment at discounts of more than half off the list price.


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