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Upcoming Webinars 

Upcoming Webinars


Summer Virtual PD Extravaganza!

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Summer 2020 PD Virtual Teaching Extravaganza 

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In-house from your Foothill Online Learning Team

Stay tuned for Tuesday Tips! Our new faculty liaisons are just getting started. 

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Join us for upcoming Online Learning lunchtime brown bags where we will dive into the nuts and bolts of these tools and discuss effective ways to apply them!

Join the Brown Bag

Wednesday @ Noon
Zoom brown bag discussion

Popup Webinar

Join Carolyn Holcroft to learn more about Zoom, sharing screens, recording sessions, setting up office hours, and breakout groups.

Thursday, May 14, from 11 am - noon

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Equity Webinars and Cohorts

ANTI-RACISM: Across Racial Lines, a National Dialogue on the History of Anti-Black Racism and its Impact on U.S. Society

August 1, 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Please join A2MEND for a nationwide discussion across racial lines to discuss anti-blackness and its various impacts on U.S. society. New York Times-Best Selling Authors and renowned scholars Dr. Ibram X. Kendi (How to be an Anti-Racist), Tim Wise (Dear White America) and Dr. Marc Lamont Hill (The Classroom and the Cell) will present on challenges and solutions to equip educators with the knowledge to ensure that Black lives more than ever matter on our community college campuses.

Sign up with the Equity Office:
Email Erika Owens and cc Carolyn Holcroft

3CSN's Equity 101 Online - Fall 2020

August 17-October 4, 2020
(7-week online course)

Now more than ever in light of COVID-19, educators across campus roles are evaluating their practices and wondering how to best support students, in person or remotely. As you plan your professional learning this fall, please consider Equity 101, a 7-week online course for educators from all areas of campus. Participants will build knowledge about some of the many teaching and learning perspectives for equity and reflect on how to advocate for social justice from where we are, as instructors, managers, or classified staff.

Learn more and sign up

Foothill College Black Minds Matter Cohort

July 16, 23, 30, and August 6 & 13.
11AM to 1:30PM

Interested in joining a group of Foothill colleagues and students to talk about the Black Minds Matter series this summer?!

Students, administrators, staff, and faculty are all welcome and encouraged to join. Full-time faculty and classified staff will receive a certificate of attendance to use for PGA, and part-time faculty will receive a stipend of $312.50 for participating in five sessions of the series.


Chancellor's Hour and Wayfinding Webinars

Chancellor's Hour

Wednesdays from 11 AM to Noon

Chancellor Judy Miner invites students, faculty, and staff to join a weekly Zoom meeting. Please take advantage of this opportunity to share your thoughts and questions with the chancellor.


3CSN Wayfinding Series

Daily 1-hour webinars

From our colleagues at 3CSN (the CCC Success Network): As a way to leverage community in this unprecedented pivot to virtual learning, we have launched our 3CSN Wayfinding Online Zoom Series.

This series was created by practitioners for practitioners (and students, too) and continues to grow from the needs that are identified in community with colleagues across the state. We know that many of you are receiving training on Zoom and Canvas; however, in these sessions we will explore the purpose behind these teaching and learning tools, particularly as some of you move instruction and/or counseling and other student services online for the first time.


NetTutor Webinars - July 2020

Introducation to NetTutor
[20 minutes]

Learn about NetTutor--how students can access the service, tutor qualifications, subjects supported, and how NetTutor can have an impact on your students' academic success.

Wednesday, July 29, 11:30 am Pacific / 2:30 pm Eastern

NetTutor Training

[30 minutes]

Take a look at the student experience, review the various usage statistics and data that is captured and reported, learn how faculty can refer students to tutoring and set up NetTA assignments, and discuss how departments can customize NetTutor via the Rules of Engagement.

Monday, July 27, 12:30 pm Pacific / 3:30 pm Eastern

NetTutor Jam Sessions [30 minutes]

Campus tutors are invited to interact directly with their NetTutor peers--bring their questions and curiosity to this unscripted session. For example:

  • I'm used to tutoring in person. When we're online, how will I know when the student I'm helping is confused?
  • When I'm in the tutoring lab, students can see we're busy. How do I tell a student I've been helping online for a while that I need to help the next student in line?

Monday, July 27, 11:30 am Pacific / 2:30 pm Eastern

Tuesday, July 28, 12:00 pm Pacific / 3:00 pm Eastern

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