CCN Presentation for 2013 NVC Final 041813x - NVC 2013

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Ann
Beheler

Principal Investigator, National CTC


Helen Sullivan

Director, National CTC



Convergence College Network

Update



CTC NVC Meeting

April 17
-
18, 2013

1

Mentored College Program


Began fall of 2006


Dissemination for CTC “on
steriods



Business engagement process


Skills identification and mapping


Faculty training


Student recruitment


CTC mentored one
-
to
-
one


Ann Beheler


Helen Sullivan


Recognized limitation and began working with
Synergy initiative (NSF
-
funded) on scaling
project about the same time

2

Network Evolution


Mentoring augmented with one
-
to
-
many


Regular mentored college conference calls


Yearly face
-
to
-
face meetings prior to Working Connections


Added advisory board


More “mature” mentored colleges


Assumed some of leadership


More than a name change from a Mentored
College program to Convergence College
Network


Reflects Community of Practice

3

Network Evolution


CCN Advisory Board


Karl Dietrich


Lansing Community College


Ernie Friend


Florida State College of Jacksonville


Elizabeth Halweg


Fox Valley Technical College


Bill Saichek


Orange Coast College


Board was active


Began working as quasi
-
partners


Evaluated our CCN program


Established 3 levels of engagement


Levels equate level of involvement to level of benefit

4

Convergence Network Levels

Benefits

Level 1


Partner

Level 2


Associate

Level 3


Member

Access to a robust collection of technology
instructional resources created by
instructors







Opportunity to network with people who
have written successful grants and to
receive ideas and feedback on proposals







Collaborate with other instructors across
the country to incorporate new
technologies, build academic alliances,
develop strategies for program
improvement, and share models for
recruitment and retention







Cost
-
reduction by sharing technology
resources online with other schools







Opportunity for free professional
development with some travel
reimbursement available through the
National CTC







Opportunity for free Professional
Development, but without the Level 1
(Partner) travel reimbursement







5

Colleges in Convergence College Network

Last Name

First Name

Adm

Cont

CCN Level

Date Joined CCN

























Anne Arundel Community College

Gatrell

Joselle

Ann Br

1
-

Partner

2/9/2011

Brevard Community College

Russo

Claude

Ernie

1
-

Partner

5/22/2012

City College of San Francisco

Thiry
Pierre

Ann Br

1
-

Partner

11/10/2006

Clark State
Commuity

College

Heighton

Dan J.

Ann Br

2
-

Associate

6/4/2010

Cleveland Community College

Davis

Jonathan

Helen

2
-

Associate

2/8/2012

Collin College

Beheler

Ann

n/a

1
-

Partner



Daytona State College

Pintello

Timothy

Ernie

1
-

Partner

6/14/2012

Diablo Valley College

Spindler

Doug

Ann Br

3
-

Member

2/8/2010

El Centro College, DCCCD

Martinez

Eliazar

n/a

1
-

Partner



Florida State College at Jacksonville

Friend

Ernie

Ann Br

1
-

Partner

5/5/2010

Fox Valley Technical College

Halweg

Elizabeth

Helen

1
-

Partner

11/10/2006

Guilford Technical Community College

Lee

Kevin

Helen

3
-

Member

9/10/2007

John A. Logan College

Rogers

Mark

Eliazar

2
-

Associate

2/25/2010

Lansing Community College

Dietrich

Karl

Mark

1
-

Partner

12/10/2008

Louisiana Delta Community College

Hill

Ellen

Helen

1
-

Partner

7/2/2009

Metropolitan Community College

Thomas

Pensabene

Ann Br.

1
-

Partner

10/2/2012

Northwest Vista College

Cernoch

Zak

Ann Br

3
-

Member

10/2/2008

Ohlone

College

Grotegut

Richard

Ann Br

3
-

Member

6/1/2007

Orange Coast College

Saichek

William

Ann Br

1
-

Partner

12/6/2006

Ozarks Technical Community College

Pope

David

Elizabeth

1
-

Partner

11/13/2012

Polk State College

Huff

John

Ernie

1
-

Partner

3/28/2012

Porterville College

Knutson

Kailani

Ann Br

3
-

Member

3/26/2009

San Jacinto College South

Betts

Pam

Helen

1
-

Partner

9/2/2009

Santa Ana College

Dooley

Allen

Ann Br

1
-

Partner

5/2/2007

Seminole State College of Florida

Portelli

Leon

Ernie

1
-

Partner

5/5/2010

Tallahassee Community College

Vickers

Michael

Ernie

1
-
Partner

3/22/2013

Tarrant County College

Moak

Ken

Helen

1
-

Partner

9/1/2009

Waukesha Technical College

Ehlert

Kim

Elizabeth

1
-

Partner

2/7/2013

Wiregrass Georgia Technical College

Roy

Warren

Ann Br

2
-

Associate

9/6/2011

Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College

Nancy

Cerritos

Elizabeth

1
-

Partner

4/10/2013

6

What the National CTC provides

7


Job
Skills
List that has been regionally validated


Process and help for validating skills in mentored
college region


Degree and Certificate Patterns


Curriculum in a box for new courses


Detailed syllabi with learning outcomes


Learning/Lab Activities


Assessments


Case Studies


What the National CTC provides

8


Mentoring by grant staff or partner college staff


Training for faculty through
summer/winter
Working Connections


Recruitment
plans and event
details


Possibility of participating in use of virtual labs


Convergence College Network
(CCN) College Commitment:

9


Supply equipment and support for a lab (varies by
depth and breadth of programs needed in your
region)


Provide lead faculty
member plus other faculty
member committed to
receiving training and
implementing the program


Faculty and
administrative time to work with CCN
college representatives


Assemble active and involved Business & Industry
Leadership Team (built with CTC help)


Convergence College Network
(CCN) College Commitment:

10


Validate job skills with Business & Industry
Leadership Team


Develop and implement a degree and/or certificate
plan based on validated skills


Develop and implement a student recruitment plan


Submit brief, quarterly reporting to CTC




29 Colleges in Convergence
College Network (in 14 states)

11


Anne Arundel Community College MARYLAND


Brevard Community College
FLORIDA


Calhoun Community College ALABAMA


City College of San Francisco
CALIFORNIA


Clark State Community College OHIO


Cleveland Community College NORTH CAROLINA


Daytona State College FLORIDA


Diablo Valley College CALIFORNIA


Florida State College at Jacksonville FLORIDA


Fox Valley Technical College WISCONSIN


Guilford Technical Comm. College
NC


John A. Logan College ILLINOIS


Lansing Community College MICHIGAN


Louisiana Delta Community College
LOUISIANA


Metropolitan Community College NEBRASKA


Northwest Vista College TEXAS


Ohlone

College CALIFORNIA


Orange Coast College
CALIFORNIA


Ozarks Technical Community College MISSOURI


Polk State College FLORIDA


Porterville College
CALIFORNIA


San Jacinto College TEXAS






Santa
Ana College CALIFORNIA


Seminole State College OKLAHOMA


Tarrant County College
TEXAS


Tallahassee Community College FLORIDA


Waukesha County Technical College WISCONSIN


Wiregrass Georgia Technical College
GEORGIA


Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College WI

Note: List does not include original partners Collin
and El Centro or universities North Texas or Georgia
Southern.

12

CCN Enrollment and Graduates

13

Student
Enrollments

Graduates

0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
Spring
2008, n=3
Fall 2008,
n=7
Spring
2009, n=6
Fall 2009,
n=6
Spring
2010, n=5
Fall 2010,
n=10
Spring
2011, n=11
Fall 2011,
n=10
Spring
2012, n=8
Fall 2012,
n=8
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
Academic Year 2009
Academic Year 2010
Academic Year 2011
Academic Year 2012
Degrees and Certificates offered
at Partner and CCN Colleges:

14



Degrees

Certificates

Industry Certifications

Collin

AAS Convergence Technology

Convergence Technology

CompTIA
-

Security +, Network +, A+, Linux +

(Plano, Frisco,
McKinney, TX)



IP Specialization

Microsoft
-

MCP, MCSA, MCDBA, MCSE





Home Technology Integration Expert MSAA

Cisco
-

CCNA, CCDA, CCDP, CCNP, Wireless, CCSP, CCIE







EMC
-

EMC Information Storage Associate (EMCISA)

El Centro

AAS
-

Network Administrator and Support

Convergence Technology Intern

CompTIA
-

Security +, Network +, A+

(Dallas, TX)



Convergence Technology Technician

Microsoft
-

MCP, MCSA, MCDBA, MCSE







Cisco
-

CCNA, CCDA, CCDP, CCNP, Wireless, CCSP, CCIE

UNT (Denton,
Dallas)

BA
-

Information Technology





Anne Arundel

A.S.

Database Administration Option

CompTIA
-

Network+, A +, Security +

(Arnold, MD
-

near

AAS

Network Security

Microsoft
-

MCP, MCSA, MCDBA, MCSE

Baltimore)



Cisco
-

CCNA

Cisco
-

CCNA





Server Administration and Security

Security
-

SCNS, SCNP; EC
-
Council
-

CEH; ISFCE
-

CCE,
CISSP





Electronic Office Option







Personal Computer Technician Option







C ++ Language option







Systems Option







Scientific Programming Option







Computer Network Management Option







UNIX/LINIX System Administrator Option







Publication /Design on the Internet __
Programming Option







Internet and Mobile Device Software







Visual Basic.NET Option







Advanced Network Security



City College of San
Francisco

AS
-

Computer Networking and Information
Technology

Computer Technical Support

CompTIA
-

Network+, A +, Security +

(San Francisco, CA)



Computer Technician

Microsoft
-

MCSE





Fundamentals of Networking

Cisco
-

CCNA





Fundamentals of Technical Support







Network Security







Routing and Switching (Cisco)







Windows Networking







Wireless Networking



Over 30 degrees and 80 certificates
in our CCN:

15

Clark State

AAB
-

Computer Networking

No

CompTIA
-

A+, Security +, Linux +

(Springfield, OH)

AAS
-

CyberSecurity/IA



Microsoft
-

MCP







Cisco
-

CCNA, ISC2, CISSP

Diablo Valley
(Pleasant Hill, CA.,
east of San Francisco)



Certificate of Achievement: Computer Network
Technology



Florida State at
Jacksonville

AS
-

Networking Services Technology

Network Virtualization

CompTIA
-

Security +, Network +, A+

(Jacksonville, FL)



Computer Specialist (Systems Administrator)

Microsoft
-

MCP, Exchange





Information Technology Technician (Cisco
CCNA)

Cisco
-

CCNA, Wireless, CCNP





Microcomputer Repairer Installer (Desktop
Support)

Vmware
-

VCP5, VCA
-
DT





Wireless and IP Communications Technician

EMC
-

EMC Information Storage Associate (EMCISA)





Information Technology Management
(Computer Forensics Technician/Network
Security)

Security
-

GIAC
-

CGIA and GIAC; EC
-
Council
-

CEH; ISFCE
-

CCE; ISC, CISSP





Network Systems Developer (Advanced Cisco
Technician CCNA/CCNP)

Redhat
-

Linux





Unix Linux System Administrator

Citrix
-

XenApp 6.5 Admin, XenDesktop 5 Admin, XenServer
6.0 Admin.

Fox Valley

Network Specialist Associate Degree

IT Network Infrastructure

Cisco
-

CCNA

(Appleton, WI,
southwest of Green
Bay)

Network Systems Administration Associate Degree

IT Network Administration

CompTIA
-

Network +, A+



Computer Support Specialist Associate Degree

IT Help Desk Specialist (TD)





Programmer/Analyst Associate Degree

IT Programmer/Analyst







IT Computer Support Specialist







IP Telephony







Security







IT Database







IT Desktop Support







IT PC Programming



Some examples. Full list in your handout.

In their own words:


Did CCN connections lead you to other connections?


“I
think this would be similar to listing all of your connections on LinkedIn.
Meeting one person is like meeting 5 or 6 as everybody knows
everybody. That is one of the good things of belonging to the CCN.
Meeting new people with new ideas is the foundation of the network
.”


What benefits have you received?


“We
have enhanced our process for working with local businesses and
have used the job skills validation process as well as other types of
discussions to
bring business requirements into our curriculum
development.”


“Our
department has faced the challenge of maintaining an advisory
committee, and traditional methods have yielded indifferent results. Ideas
I gathered from Working Connections, such as asynchronous meetings
and multiple meeting times, while obvious once in print, had not occurred
to us. Hearing of other schools’
successes encouraged my department to
re
-
evaluate, and last fall’s meeting had better attendance than ever
before.”


Name one way you’ve improved a practice.


“Quicker turnaround on getting new courses proposed, approved,
launched and on the schedule.”

16

"This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant
No. 0903239 and
1205077
.
Any opinions,
findings and
conclusions
or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views
of the National Science Foundation."