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Friday, May 2, 2014

7 Great Blogs to Follow About Community Colleges

Isa Adney is a speaker, author, host, and consultant who Blogs about helping students break the cycles of poverty through education. Her book Community College Success was published by NorLights Press in 2012. Twitter: @IsaAdney

Matthew Reed, Vice President for Academic Affairs at Holyoke Community College in Massachusetts writes Confessions of a Community College Dean.  He is a long-time Blogger for Inside Higher Ed who writes from the perspective of an academic leader.  Reed's book, "Confessions of a Community College Administrator," is published by Jossey-Bass. Twitter: @deandad

CCCOER encompasses several educational partners who seek to develop and use open educational resources, open textbooks, and open courseware to expand access to higher education and improve teaching and learning. The Blog is curated by Una Daly, a faculty member at Foothill College in California. Twitter: @unatdaly

Focused upon the First Year Composition course and other intro English courses, this Blog is open to contributors who want to add their voice to this community site. Many of the posts are curated by Holly Pappas, a writing teacher at Bristol Community College in Massachusetts. Twitter: @hapappas

Two Year Talk communicates news, promote discussion of relevant issues and serve as a visible development vehicle for two-year college libraries. Primary curator of this Blog is Julie Cornett, Assistant Professor and Librarian at Cerro Coso Community College in California. Twitter: @frontlib

IDeaS from the Sandbox is from the Instructional Design Services department at Metropolitan Community College in Omaha, Nebraska.  It supports faculty use of educational technologies and learning strategies. Twitter: @MCCIDS

The Learning, Education, Technology and Support
(LETS) Blog is maintained by North Shore Community College's (MA) Academic Technology Department to provide an informative and useful resource for faculty, staff, and other interested parties. Lance Eaton, Coordinator of Instructional Design provides a growing pool of resources, recommendations, tools, and material for educational purposes. Twitter: @leaton01

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