Orange, CA — On Friday, October 21st, approximately thirty educators (faculty, tutors, administrators, and researchers) representing 17 California Community Colleges convened at beautiful Santiago Canyon College for a morning of discussion, reflection, and networking to learn about effective practices to grow and sustain tutoring. A showcase of the program at Saddleback Community College was a special highlight. LAP co-coordinator Mark Manasse also delivered a presentation about 3CSN and LAP.
Looking ahead, participants expressed a desire to continue to dialog about the following:
- Online tutoring platforms
- How to centralize tutoring
- How to support non-FTES generating tutoring services
- Tutor training models
- Tutoring coordinator training
Participants are also looking forward to Tutor Expo ’17 in spring at Pasadena City College and are also looking forward to visiting Saddleback Community College for the spring OCLN LAP Sharing event. For more information about this or any upcoming 3CSN event, or to learn more about the Learning Assistance Project, please contact OCLN co-coordinator Danny Pittaway (firstname.lastname@example.org).