@ONE Project


The @ONE Project makes it easy for California Community College faculty and staff to learn about technology that will enhance student learning and success.  @ONE’s programs provide training and online resources for free – or at a very low cost – thanks to funding from the California Community College Chancellor’s Office Telecommunication and Technology Infrastructure Program (TTIP).


Each year, @ONE offers over 100 trainings, drawing more than 8,500 registrations.  Workshops are taught by knowledgeable instructors who tailor their content to the specifics of the community college setting. The programs are also structured to fit a busy faculty or staff member’s schedule.

Desktop Webinars
These one-hour webinars present emerging issues and best practices in using technology on your campus.  Sessions are conducted with CCC Confer meeting software, which allows you to view a live PowerPoint presentation and talk with instructors and participants over a phone bridge.

Instructor-Led Online Courses
@ONE’s online courses last several weeks and give you an in-depth understanding of how to use specific technologies in an instructional context.  Courses include posted materials, links to resources, assignments, and the opportunity to share experiences with CCC faculty and staff throughout the state via discussion boards.  Registration is only $65 for CCC faculty and staff.

Self-Paced Training
Self-paced online courses feature many of the same content areas as @ONE’s instructor-led sessions, but allow you to learn on your own schedule. Streaming videos demonstrate how technology is being used to enhance learning at California Community Colleges.

The @ONE Project is part of CCCTechConnect and is funded by a TTIP grant from the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office.


Type: Initiative | Project | Training
Price: Not Applicable
Division: Technology, Research and Information Systems
State Provided: 1
State Participation: staterun
Funding Source: TTIP Grant
Grant Year: unknown

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