June 18-20
Anaheim, CA

Improving Student Success with the California Zero Textbook Cost Degree Initiative


In early 2017, the California Community College Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO) awarded 23 college districts funding to plan or create zero-textbook-cost (ZTC) degrees in the continuing effort to improve student access, success, and completion. ZTC degrees consist of an entire pathway of courses culminating in a degree or certificate that have been redesigned by faculty to use open educational resources or zero-cost materials. Join us to hear from colleges participating in the ZTC grant program and learn how to apply for the 2nd funding cycle in fall 2017, which will support additional colleges to create ZTC degrees to improve the success of their students. Speakers: LeBaron Woodyard, Dean of Academic Affairs, California Community College Chancellor’s Office; James Glapa-Grossklag, Dean, College of the Canyons; Nicole Major, Sociology Instructor, Saddleback College; Una Daly, Director CCCOER

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