Providing Educators With Resources & Opportunities
The BayICT Partnership offers workforce development administrators, ICT department chairs, and lead faculty access to employers, industry, and community workforce development partners. We encourage you to join and play a curious, active-listener role. When employers are heard and see the results, they are more confident in providing students with work experience and jobs.
Opportunities for the region’s ICT faculty to connect, talk, and share are rare, often limited to annual professional development events. Participant surveys from those events often rate the informal social connection as high as the workshops. BayICT supports a Bay Area ICT Digital Media faculty Community of Practice to create a similar space, not only to facilitate connection but also a place to get news, share resources, solve problems, and propose change.
Bay Area ICT-DM Faculty
Community of Practice
The BACCC has created an industry sector virtual Community of Practices (CoP) to provide a space for K-12 and Community College faculty connections, collaboration, problem-solving, and knowledge and resource sharing.
The community is set up to support the following subdisciplines:
- IT Support and Services
- Information Security
- Software Development
- Computer Science
- Cloud Computing
- Business & Office Technology
- Design, Visual & Media Arts
- Game Design & Integration
Click here to view the group. If you have not already been made a member – click on the blue text which reads “asking to join this group”.
As an ICT-DM instructor, you’re already a member of this Community of Practice. This group is limited to our ICT-DM Faculty.
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- NetLab+ - NETLAB+ includes all the software and hardware needed to provide an environment through which you may schedule and complete lab exercises for your Information Technology courses.
- ICTDM Sector YouTube Channel - Our YouTube channel where we host recordings of our past events and meetings
- WASTC.ORG - WASTC provides great ICT-DM faculty development opportunities.
- Sam's Class - Check out the latest news from Same Bowne of CCSF
- Burning Glass - Data, analytics, and insight leaders need to bridge the skills gap
- O*NET OnLine - O*NET was created to provide broad access to occupational information.
- MyNextMove - An interactive tool for job seekers and students to learn more about their career options.
- Centers of Excellence - The #1 source of labor market research for the California Community Colleges
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- C-ID - C-ID numbers identify lower-division transferable courses commonly articulated between the California Community Colleges (CCC) and universities.
- IT Model Curriculum
- Intel AI Curriculum
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