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Community and technical college staff recognized for open educational resource research for Washington students

April 22, 2015

State Board for Community and Technical College staff members Boyoung Chae and Mark Jenkins will be recognized tomorrow by the Open Education Consortium for their research of faculty using open educational resources (OER) in their classrooms. The Open Education Consortium named Chae and Jenkins winners of one of the organization’s 2015 Open Research Award for Open Education Excellence for their report “A Qualitative Investigation of Faculty Open Educational Resource Usage in the Washington Community and Technical College System: Models for Support and Implementation” which was released in January. The awards will be presented during the organization’s Open Education Global 2015 conference in Banff, Alberta, Canada. >>

author: Katie Rose

Community and technical college board to consider updating capital budget development process, applied baccalaureate degrees

February 03, 2015

The State Board for Community and Technical Colleges will convene its regular business meeting Thursday, Feb. 5 from 8:30 a.m. to noon to consider updating the college system’s 2017-19 biennium capital budget development process. The board will also hear statements of need for applied baccalaureate degrees at Whatcom Community College (Bellingham), Tacoma Community College, Seattle Central College and Yakima Valley Community College. It will take final action on applied baccalaureate degrees at Bellevue College, Olympic College (Bremerton), Pierce College (Puyallup and Lakewood) and Spokane Falls Community College. >>

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