Proctoring software creates concern to student privacy

Proctoring software installed on a student’s computer is entirely invasive and doesn’t help build an important part of student-teacher relationships, trust.
The Los Angeles Community College District provides professors with a proctoring software called “Proctorio” that can be used for testing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

October 5, 2020
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Guided pathways creates student support, success map

Guided Pathways helps East Los Angeles College students map out an educational path, specifically tailored to a student, based on interests and skills.
The California Guided Pathways Project teamed up with the Community College Research Center for eight years of research, on American community college students.

October 2, 2020
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Mayoral business specialist speaks at ELAC

By Jade Inglada Mayor Eric Garcetti’s business specialist Frank Aguirre was invited by East Los Angeles College’s Entrepreneur Club to discuss the fundamentals of business last week. Aguirre focused on the development of small businesses. While Los Angeles is a great area to start a business, he said, “The start-up process is disorganized and makes it difficult for entrepreneurs to feel secure.” “People think that it’s just opening and starting…

March 13, 2014
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