What is the CETC?
The California Educational Technology Collaborative was formed in December 2003 as a response to tight fiscal times. Sponsored by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, this program brought together all of the CCC systemwide technology projects into a single group. It allowed individual projects to remain autonomous while giving the new group a single-project focus.
What is a CETC Ambassador?
He or she is an influential and knowledgeable advocate and primary on-campus resource who promotes system-wide CETC services at California Community College campuses.
What are the goals of the Ambassador project?
The goals of the project are to implement a system-wide grassroots outreach program that:
Promotes and ultimately increases use of CETC Services among administrators, faculty and staff.
Saves each campus money, time and resources.
Provides an effective two-way communications mechanism between the campuses and the Collaborative so the CETC can continually improve their services.
What are the CETC Ambassador’s Responsibilities
Act as the on-campus primary point of contact for faculty and staff.
Schedule/Conduct presentations and demonstrations.
Facilitate training referrals.
Refer end-users to support services.
Be a two-way communications conduit between the campus and the CETC.
Who is the Ambassador at SCC?
Cari Cannon is the ambassador for the 2006-07 academic year.
What Projects does the Ambassador Represent?