Friday, October 26, 2018 at Online
Starts at 3:00 PM · Ends at 3:45 PM, MST (America/Denver)
Best Practices for Building a Local POCR Team
Cerro Coso Community College has always been committed to offering quality online courses. To reinvigorate this notion of quality online courses, the college has built a local peer online course review (POCR) process, modeled after the CVC-OEI POCR process. This process is not yet OEI approved, but we are pursuing approval. In this session, the Cerro Coso POCR Team Chair and the Distance Education Director will discuss the steps and processes they’ve taken to build a POCR Team. Additionally, participants will hear direct experiences of faculty members who have gone through the local review process.
By the end of this session, participants will learn best practices for building a local POCR Team.
Attend this event in one of three ways:
- Online from anywhere (Webinar Registration - Zoom)
- From a regional hub (How to Attend)
- From an on-campus viewing room
- Karen Moore
ProfessorRev. Dr. Karen Moore is an adjunct professor at the Eastern Sierra College Center teaching online and ITV classes including: Intro to Philosophy; Intro to Ethics; the History of Western Thought, and Introduction to Religious Studies.
- Peter Fulks
ProfessorPeter Fulks is an Associate Professor of Administration of Justice for Cerro Coso Community College. He has joined a group of leaders on campus for understanding and implementing Canvas and OEI best practices, with an emphasis on mining data to help other faculty evaluate their approach to the online environment.
- Gary Enns
ProfessorGary Enns is Professor of English at Cerro Coso Community College where he teaches literature, composition, speech, and creative writing. Enns is chair of Cerro Coso’s Pedagogy and Technology Committee and a founding member of his college’s local POCR Team. His English 101 course has been recently accepted into the OEI Exchange.
- Suzanne Ama
ProfessorSuzie Ama is the Chair of the Cerro Coso POCR Team. She also teaches the college’s Online Faculty Training course annually and has been using the OEI rubric in the course curriculum. She has been teaching online for 18 years and holds an MS in Education with emphasis in Online Teaching and Learning.
- Rebecca Pang
Director of Distance EducationRebecca Pang currently serves as Distance Education Director at Cerro Coso Community College. Rebecca has brought innovative methods to presenting online education at the College. She has led the development and enhancement of tools and services for faculty and students that complies with ADA, Section 508, copyright, FERPA, and school regulations.