Watch California community college faculty, staff and administrators (our superheroes) discuss Sidekick’s programs and how they and their students have benefited from its resources.
Scott Valverde, specialist with the Student Services and Special Programs division at the state Chancellor's Office, introduces an exciting new web portal, Sidekick (ToolsThatInspire.com), an innovative site that combines six free resources under one easy-to-access umbrella.
Autumn Bell, director of distance education and instructional technology at Fresno City College, discusses using CCC Confer to attend webinars to connect with colleagues throughout the state to discuss 508 compliance issues and other topics.
Bambi Mayfield, alternative media support specialist at Butte College, discusses how A.T.P.C. saves time by rapidly creating digital textbooks for students.
Dr. Barbara Illowsky, professor of mathematics and statistics at De Anza College, discusses how the H.T.C.T.U. has helped to create ADA compliant course content for students.
Carl Fielden, disabled student programs and services specialist at Grossmont College, talks about H.T.C.T.U.’s roll in training faculty to design fully accessible computer labs and media so that all students can participate in class.
Jamie Dillard, disabled student programs and services director at Butte College, explains how CCC Confer’s resources helps faculty, staff, and administrators statewide connect with one another to share critical information.
Jayme Johnson, director of accessibility and user experience at California Community College Online Education Initiative, explains how D.E.C.T. allows instructors to use online videos with captioning as part of distance education courses.
Katie Datko, instructional designer for online learning at Pasadena City College, credits @ONE for helping the college to certify its instructors to teach online.
Keith Brock, alternate media/technology access specialist at West Hills Community College, discusses using A.T.P.C. to interface with textbook publishers to obtain a variety of content for his students.
Ken Sawicki, access technology/alternative media specialist at Antelope Valley College, notes that A.T.P.C. helps save time by providing mathematics textbooks for students who use braille.
Lesley Buehler, dean of the business, technology, and learning resources division at Ohlone College, commends @ONE for helping to train a large number of her college’s faculty in online education.
Lisa Larson, academic catalog and online support specialist at Copper Mountain College, talks about 3CMedia Solutions and the resources it can provide colleges to create a whole array of dynamic media content for courses.
Dr. Lucinda Aborn, dean of disabled student programs and services at Cerritos College, talks about D.E.C.T. creating captions for course videos.
Rick Cassoni, a professor at San Diego Mesa College, uses 3CMedia Solutions to create content which has improved course participation among his students.
Wendy Bass, distance education coordinator at Pierce College, contracted with @ONE to help
faculty get familiar with Moodle.