Voter guides for constituency councils are now available for employee review. Exempt and classified staff will vote for at large positions. Faculty members will vote based on academic divisions, EWD, the LMC, or Counseling in order to ensure representation across the college. An email will be sent on May 2, directing voters to the electronic ballot.
Thanks to everyone who completed the recent Culminating Feedback Survey. The Governance Development Team appreciates the positive results and the many comments, questions, and suggestions. The document below shows the level of consensus by employee group as well as responses to some of the most frequently asked questions about the new system.
Founding documents related to BC Governance are now available for review on the BC Governance page. A survey requesting feedback on the new system will be sent April 4-8, with a nomination period to follow.
The Faculty Advisory Group, which has been working closely with the Governance Development Team, has provided a list of FAQs in response to faculty comments on College Issues Day.
Nearly 600 faculty and staff members gathered on Feb. 11, 2016, for professional development related to the theme of governance. Break-out sessions provided information about a proposed system of BC Governance, effective meeting strategies, Title IX rights and responsibilities, and similar topics. Thanks to all presenters and participants.
In order to ensure that the goals and priority initiatives in the 5-Year eLearning Plan align with faculty needs, the eLearning Council conducted a faculty survey in Spring 2015. One hundred and thirty-eight faculty members responded from across the divisions. Campus-wide eLearning Needs Assessment Survey results.
The eLearning Council has announced dates and times for four eLearning Plan Listening Sessions related to the Draft 5-Year eLearning Plan.
Wednesday, October 14th: 1:30-2:30 (L100D) and 3:00-4:00 (L100D)
Thursday, October 15th: 10:30-11:30 (L100D)
Monday, October 19th: 9-10 (D106)
Part-time faculty will be paid a $30 stipend for attending a session.
The eLearning Council has prepared a draft 5-year eLearning Plan and invites comments from the campus community. The plan builds on strong linages with the college’s Strategic Plan, Academic Master Plan, and Student Affairs Plan and seeks to articulate a college-wide eLearning vision based on national and regional trends and consistent with ADA compliance, accreditation standards, state authorization, and academic integrity. Comments can be made directly to this site or sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.