Workshops and Programs

October Events

Faculty Website Workshop

This workshop will guide faculty through building a professional and dynamic website using WordPress in CI Keys.

  • When: Wednesday October 19th, 1:00-2:30
  • Where: FIT Studio, 1201 Solano

Active Learning Strategies in the Classroom

Share ideas to best engage students and promote their active learning, and learn to incorporate active learning “high-impact practices” into your everyday teaching. Leave with strategies for redesigning the way you teach a challenging concept or topic and expand your repertoire of strategies to promote students’ active engagement in learning.

  • When: Wednesday October 26th, 10:00-12:30
  • Where: FIT Studio, 1201 Solano

Regional Transfer Success Summit

The annual Regional Transfer Success Summit is a Project ALAS (Aligning Learning & Academic Success) hallmark event, convening faculty, staff, and Administrative Leaders from California State University, Channel Islands, Moorpark College, Oxnard College, Ventura College, and Santa Barbara City College. Participants will learn about the findings from the Fellows Program and from regional practitioners and their work related to learning and academic success that lead to increasing completion and transfer rates for our students across the region.

  • When: Fri, November 4, 8:30am – 3:15pm
  • Where: Ventura College, 4667 Telegraph Rd, Ventura, CA 93003, USA
  • Free Registration & More Information:

November Events

Sustainable Information Literacy

How can faculty help first-generation and underrepresented students achieve greater information literacy? This workshop is an opportunity for faculty to work with librarians to learn how to incorporate information literacy practices into their courses. NOTE: This is a hands-on session. Please bring your course syllabus and research assignments with you.

  • When: Tuesday, November 1, 9:00am – 11:30am
  • Where: BRO 1756

Writing to Learn

This workshop will help faculty implement both low and high stakes writing assignments into the curriculum of content-intensive courses. Faculty will learn tools and strategies for designing, responding to, and assessing student writing. Emphasis will be placed on assignments that use writing as a tool for thinking and learning.


  • When: Thursday, November 3, 12pm – 2pm
  • Where: FIT Studio, 1201 Solano or via Zoom: