​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​SJCC Distance Education Committeestack of books with a mouse and diploma


To develop policies and promote practices that contribute to the quality and growth of distance education at San Jose City College.RESPONSIBILITIES

A.  The committee will support student success in Distance Education by making recommendations to the A.S., College Advisory Council, and College President regarding:

  1. Curriculum and instruction, evaluation and assessment, course design, accessibility, technology, infrastructure, and academic support services that affect all modes of distance education course delivery

  2. Accreditation compliance

  3. Ongoing faculty development and training in the areas of pedagogy and technology

  4. Online student support and training

B. Make recommendations to the IPCC:

  1. Regarding the D.E. supplement Form

  2. Upon request, about Distance Education as an appropriate mode of learning


The membership consists of at least six (6) faculty, the VPAA, and up to two (2) other administrators, one (1) classified member, one (1) student, all with interest or background in Distance Education. Per the senate constitution there may be no more than 1/2 as many administrators as faculty. The Chair of IPCC or designee shall be an ex-officio member (voting).
The Committee reserves the right to request that the Academic Senate replace members who fail to attend three consecutive committee meetings with unexcused absences in a single semester. ​


 The consensus model shall be used for making recommendations.


The Distance Education Committee meets every second and fourth Monday at 3:30 PM in L-307.   

All are welcome to attend.

9/11/2017 3:30-5:00L-307
9/25/2017 3:30-5:00L-206
10/23/2017 3:30-5:00L-307
11/13​​​​​/2017 3:30-5:00L-307
11/27/2017 3:30-5:00​L-307
12/11/2017 3:30-5:00


​​For more information regarding Distance Education at SJCC, please check out the Faculty & Staff>"Faculty Online Learning Resources" page.



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