As East Los Angeles College transitions to eLumen, Jeffrey Hernandez said Student Learning Outcomes will now be embedded into the Course Outline of Record at the Academic Senate zoom meeting yesterday. Despite the two-week setback with eLumen, the changes will be made.
Los Angeles Community College District discussed economic and student issues in a virtual town hall meeting held on Thursday.
The executive meeting was held to discuss motions and to put together an agenda with a list of considerations and reminders for an upcoming meeting.
Changes in student learning outcomes were discussed in an emergency academic senate meeting on March 20.
East Los Angeles College Academic Senate discussed a new proposal that would improve online Career Technological Education Pathways to benefit students going from business to law careers.
The academic senate unanimously voted no on the proposed plan by California State University of Los Angeles to declare their campus impacted on Monday’s meeting.
Members discussed the accreditation steering committee bylaws draft that will help promote college culture dedicated to the improvement of school programs and focus on student learning.
By Julio Sanchez Although several notions and resolutions were approved on Tuesday’s senate meeting, the impact over the lack of consultation from the California Community State Chancellor was the most discussed topic. Academic senates throughout the states are growing concerns over how the state initiatives are being implemented and are also seeing California Community State Chancellor Eloy Oakley fail to fulfill the California Community College mission. Eloy Ortiz Oakley was…
By Noe Ortega The Academic Senate joined other colleges in California with a vote of no confidence in State Chancellor Eloy Oakley yesterday. ELAC’s no-confidence vote echoed the votes of other college academic senates notifying the Chancellor of their disapproval of him. The vote came in response to the Chancellor’s lack of consultation with the Academic Senate of California Community Colleges about recent state initiatives like AB 705 (a bill…
By Maria Marroquin Senate members voted in favor of East Los Angeles College adapting Open Educational Resources (OER) and zero or low-cost textbooks during the Academic Senate meeting last Tuesday. The Senate bill 1359 requires all California State Universities and California Community Colleges to promote the selection of course materials that will result in cost savings to students. Plans of adding an icon in the courses catalog to inform students…