Special Webcast From California Alliance for Distance Education

November 5, 2002

The State economic forecast and national economy have brought collaboration and partnerships in higher education to top of many academic agenda. Join us as we focus on issues in the 2-year community college, plus results from the November 5th election. Learn how institutional distance learning resources may be leveraged to meet current and future needs. Specific information will be provided about the California Virtual Campuses (CVC), Extended Education in the California State Universities and scenarios for development of new distance learning resources. Guest Speakers: Ric Matthews, Dean of Mathematics and Sciences, MiraCosta College; Ken Nather, Distance Education, Chancellor’s Office, California Community Colleges; Dr. Margaret Gordon, Dean, Extended Education, CSU Dominguez Hills and Victoria Chaffee, General Manager, Hoffman Video Systems. Be sure to join us on Wednesday, November 13, 2002 for a dynamic interactive discussion where your input may help determine the future of education in California.

This event is made possible with the support of the Alliance for Distance Learning in California (ADEC) California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH), the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, MiraCosta College and Hoffman Video Systems.

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http://dominguezonline.csudh.edu to log on to the webcast.