2 References - gathered by participants during research
Guidelines: Title 5 Regulations
(Released March 2004). This is a PDF document which
will download to your computer.
This site contains the information from the Statewide Academic Senate concerning curriculum development, guidelines and sample course outlines.
Center for Intellectual Property and Copyright in the Digital
Center for Economic Development and Continuing Education,
(2003). West Los Angeles College website, Retrieved July
24, 2003 from http://www.wlac.edu/CEDCE/index.html
Community College League of California. (October 2000).
Education Master Plan Update, Issue 6. A Regular Report
on Hearings of the Joint Legislative Committee To Develop
a Master Plan.
Jumpstart Program, (2003). West Los Angeles College
website, Retrieved July 24, 2003 from http://www.wlac.edu/jumpstart/index.html
Kintzer, Frederick C. (1997). Articulation and Transfer:
Critical Contributions to Lifelong Learning - Discussion
Ryan, James A. (2000). "Penn State's World Campusİ:
Mainstreaming a Virtual Campus Initiative." Hershey,
PA, USA: Idea Group, Inc.
Szatmary, David. (Fall 2000). "The Internet, Partnerships,
and Online Education." Continuing Higher Education Review,
Community of Science - COS
The searchable COS database is an updated, comprehensive source of funding information
, with more than 23,000 records, representing over 400,000 funding opportunities,
worth over $33 billion.
American Distance Education Consortium (ADEC)
Federal programs and grants. Dozens of organizations, foundations and governmental
agencies are listed, categorized by topic areas.
The Foundation Center
Tools and search options in the Finding Funders section lead to contact information
and other sources. The Foundation Center publishes its Guide to Grantseeking
on the Web which is available for purchase and provides both novice and experienced
Web users with a gateway to numerous online resources available to grantseekers.
This site allows organizations to electronically find and apply for competitive
grant opportunities from all Federal grant-making agencies. A "Get Started" checklist
helps potential applicants through the process required for grant submissions.
Grants.gov is the single location to find over 900 grant programs offered by
the 26 U.S. Federal grant-making agencies.
Department of Commerce's Technology Opportunities Program (TOP)
As part of the Department's National Telecommunications and Information Administration
(NTIA), TOP gives grants for model projects demonstrating innovative uses of
U.S. Department of Education Forecast of Funding Opportunities
This document (as of April 1, 2004) lists virtually all programs and competitions
under which the Department of Education has invited or expects to invite
applications for new awards for FY 2004 and provides actual or estimated
deadline dates for the transmittal of applications under these programs.
NETC - Northern Educational Technology Consortium
This site provides access to information about educational technology grants
and grant writing.
US Department of Commerce
National Institute of Standards and Technology
NIST Advanced Technology Program (ATP)
Technology Opportunities Program (TOP)
National Science Foundation (NSF)
Western Cooperative for Educational Telecommunications
Foundation for California Community Colleges
California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office, California
Community Colleges Technology II Strategic Plan. (September
2002). Retrieved from the California Community College
Chancellor's Office website at http://www.cccco.edu/divisions/tris/telecom/techii.htm on
July 30, 2003.
Carnevale, Dan. (Tuesday, December 10, 2002). Online-Lab
Software Simulates Chemical Interactions -- and Explosions.
Retrieved from the Chronicle of Higher Education website
at http://chronicle.com/free/2002/12/2002121001t.htm on
July 30, 2003.
Olsen, Florence. (December 6, 2002). Foothill College
Will Build Its Own Next-Generation Software Courseware
and Offer It to Others. Retrieved from The Chronicle
of Higher Education website at http://chronicle.com/free/2002/12/2002120601t.htm on
July 31, 2003.
Opper, John; Mathews, J.B. (September 2002). Funding
and Cost Containment of Educational Technology: Shifting
Policy and Practices. Retrieved from the Western Cooperative
for Educational Telecommunications website at http://www.wcet.info/projects/tcm/whitepaper2.pdf on
July 24, 2003.
Sjogren, Jane; Fay, James. (May/June 2002). Cost Issues
in Online Learning: Using "Co-opetition" to Advantage. Change, V. 34(3), 52-57.
Washington State University, A Cost Analysis of the
Three Technology Development Strategies in Higher Education
Using the Flashlight Cost Model. (2002). Retrieved from
the Center for Institutional & International Academic
Cost Management National Awards Program website at http://www.acenet.edu/programs/costawards/readAbstract.cfm?awardID=24,
July 29, 2003.
for Student Services: Best Practices for the 21st Century,
edited by Martha Beede and Darlene Burnett, published
by the Society for College and University Planning, Ann
Michigan, 1999. ISBN 0-9601608-9-2
CAEL - Principles of Effectiveness for Serving Adult
Learners in Higher Education
WICHE - Principles of Good Practice for Electronically
Offered Academic Degree and Certificate Programs
• This "Media Selection Matrix" offers a wealth
of systematized information.
• NEA and
Distance Education - Many great research articles for Distance
• California Distance Learning Project has a great section of teaching resources,
plus adult education and distance learning resources. http://www.otan.dni.us/cdlp
• Distance Education at a Glance includes a section on strategies for teaching at a distance.
• The Maricopa Center for Learning and Instruction (MCLI) includes a section on learning with technology.
“Pedagogy & Video conferencing: A Review of Recent Literature,” Amirian, Dr. Susan. First
NJEDge.NET Conference, Plainsboro, NJ, Oct. 31, 2003. (PDF document)
Polycom - http://www.polycom.com -
Hardware and Software provider for videoconferencing
- Streamstation adds streaming to Polycom's line of videoconference
be shared via the internet and Showstation IP allows
media to be broadcast over the net. Great source for
equipment and educational solutions.