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Online Professional Development

Hoonuit

Our campus/district has partnered with Hoonuit to provide access to a time-saving resource to address software training and support the moment it is needed. All faculty, staff and students now have access to over 50,000 how-to tutorials on over 205 applications—all at your fingertips 24 hours a day from campus or home. Whether you already have a solid understanding of the technology available to you or are beginning to learn, Hoonuit's tutorials make certain the answers to your “How do I do that?” questions are just a click away.

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Vision Resource Center

The Vision Resource Center is the next evolution of the Professional Learning Network and provides continued access to Lynda.com and Skillsoft, as well as supporting more engaging resources and communities. All California Community College employees (faculty, staff, administrators and trustees) are eligible to access this library of training videos. PLEASE NOTE: to access the libraries of Lynda and Skillsoft, you will need to enter their websites through the Vision Resource Center.

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Black Minds Matter Series Replay

This fall, Fresno City College is proud to be a host-site for the replay broadcast of Black Minds Matter (BMM). The replay is held in OAB 126. Doors open at 11:30am and the replay begins promptly at noon. Sessions will run from an hour to an hour and a half. We will spend the last half hour discussing the content presented during the replay.

Lunch is provided.

If you would like to register for the remainder of the series, you may do so at Black Minds Matter RSVP

Registration is not required but it is appreciated as it gives us an idea of how much food to order.

Below is a FAQ answering the most common questions asked.

What is “Black Minds Matter” (BMM): A Focus on Black Boys and Men in Education”?

  • The first Black Minds Matter, a weekly series addressing the experiences and realities of black males in education, took place last fall. Drawing parallels between the Black Lives Matter movement and the ways black minds are engaged in the classroom, BMM encourages discussion of issues facing black male students and offers research-based strategies for improving their success. This ten-part series replay is an opportunity to extend what was learned during the original series to a broader group of participants.

Is this the same course as what was offered last fall?

  • Yes. And no. Sessions are based on pre-recorded sessions from the first Black Minds series from Fall of 2017. Expanded to ten sessions, the content you will encounter during the replay has been taken directly from last year’s live course. Each session will have supplemental activities and discussion questions.

When is it offered?

  • Every Tuesday, starting October 16 through December 11 from 11:30am – 2:00pm in OAB 126.
    • Exception: The first week of November, we will be holding BMM on Monday, November 5. Same time, same place.
  • To RSVP for the remaining BMM replay series, please register via the following link. Black Minds Matter RSVP

I didn’t attend the first session or I missed a session. Can I still participate?

  • Yes. While the course builds on ideas and concepts introduced throughout the series, each individual session stands on its own. Please see the attached series flyer to see which topics Black Minds Matter will be discussing and when.

Where can I obtain the books and readings.

  • We will provide all participants with everything they need to take part in the sessions and subsequent discussions.

If you are interested in learning more about BMM, please visit the public course web page:  https://jlukewood.com/portfolio/black-minds-matter/

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ray Ramirez, Student Equity Coordinator at x8779 or Susi Nitzel, Professional Development Coordinator at x2214.