Summary of College Objectives
This webpage contains the annual plan for Moraine Valley Community College, including our mission and purpose, vision statement, core values, strategic priorities and directions, and annual continuous improvement objectives. The priorities, five broad directions supported by more specific statements, help set the framework and the focus for annual planning.
Planning promotes positive change. It is ongoing and includes strategic and annual planning through a process, a series of critical decisions that shape future directions. In all of our work, we are guided by our promise to dedicate all college resources to the achievement of our ultimate goal: student learning, student development, and student success.
Listed under each of the Strategic Priorities are the college’s continuous improvement objectives for 2012-13. Note that while all objectives are listed, some require special funding. Since the college budget had not been approved at the time of this publication, the listing here of these objectives does not indicate funding approval.
MISSION AND PURPOSE
The mission of our college is to educate the whole person in a learning-centered environment, recognizing our responsibilities to one another, to our community, and to the world we share. We value excellence in teaching, learning and service as we maintain sensitivity to our role in a global, multicultural community. We are committed to continuous improvement and dedicated to providing accessible, affordable, and diverse learning opportunities and environments.
The college fulfills its educational mission through:
General Education—Courses and concepts integrated into the curriculum that foster critical thinking and enable informed judgment and decision making
Transfer Programs—Courses in arts, sciences, and business leading to an associate’s degree and fulfilling the first two years of a bachelor’s degree
Career Education—Occupational courses and skill development that respond to industry and community needs and lead to professional credentials, a certificate or an Associate in Applied Science degree
Community Enrichment—Opportunities for residents to engage in lifelong education and cultural enrichment in a learning community
Workforce Development—Partnerships with and customized training for business, government, social, and civic institutions resulting in organizational and economic improvement
Student Development—Programs and services to support and enhance academic, career, and personal growth and success for our diverse student population
Developmental and Enrichment Education—Courses, programs, and services to support and advance academic success leading to high school equivalency, English language proficiency, or entry to college-level courses
We promise to provide a student-centered environment and to focus all college staff and resources on student learning, student development, and student success.
We envision a world-class college that meets current and emerging community needs for education and training through excellent service and outstanding programs offered in stimulating learning environments.
As a learning-centered college, we dedicate all programs, services, and resources to student success with a commitment to continuously monitor, assess, and improve our performance. New and continuing projects and their impact on staff and college resources will be examined within this framework.
To foster continuous improvement, Moraine Valley will:
A. EMPHASIZE AND PROMOTE STUDENT SUCCESS
- Increase student success and retention within individual courses, across terms, and through completion and graduation rates by assessing how well students are meeting objectives, the quality of the student experience, and how these factors measure up against established benchmarks
- Identify the needs and barriers to success for our growing developmental education student population (Strategic Planning-Academic Quality Improvement Program project)
- Implement a permanent system of General Education assessment at the college (Strategic Planning-Academic Quality Improvement Program project)
- Identify and implement a holistic college-wide counseling and advising student success model with early intrusive interventions for at-risk students (Strategic Planning-Academic Quality Improvement Program project)
- Use the strategic process to identify and develop new curriculum
- Maintain and enhance high-quality, high-standard academic programs
- Support faculty and staff development in areas of creative learning strategies, technology, leadership, student learning styles, and global learning
- Maintain and enhance well-designed, coordinated, and proactive student support services
- Assess and improve technology support systems that advance
student access to learning
- Integrate sustainability concepts into the curriculum
- Continue to provide a safe, comfortable, healthy, and welcoming learning environment
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT OBJECTIVES — 2012-2013
- Enhance “First-Year Experience” programming through the use of a technology-based bank of college resources.
- Develop and pilot the “Sophomore Year Experience” course designed to address the unique needs of our second-year students preparing to transfer.
- Enhance online resources for transfer students to better promote and increase awareness of transfer opportunities.
- Provide students with a series of success strategies for college (retention through repetition).
- Improve classroom instruction and out-of-class work by augmenting course materials with more engaging language learning activities and practice, especially in the areas of grammar, pronunciation, vocabulary development, and fluency building.
- Define “Digital Literacy” for Moraine Valley students and either create a new IMS course or redesign a current course to meet student needs.
- Provide professional development workshops to enhance adjunct faculty teaching techniques and professional development opportunities for the staff at the off-campus sites.
- Assist the Center for Teaching and Learning staff with the creation and implementation of smart classroom training videos for faculty thorough on-demand streaming technology.
- Provide an outreach and recruitment evening program for our in-district high schools.
- Implement a “Financial Literacy” curriculum consisting of workshops and activities to provide awareness and preparation for parents and students.
- Develop and implement an adult learner survey to provide data that will help the Graduation and Completion Rate Project team develop strategies to increase retention and graduation rates.
- Collaborate with the New Student Retention Department to pilot and track interventions with developmental education students designed to improve student retention, course completion, and success rates.
- Increase awareness of Academic Advising services by providing outreach services across campus.
- Create a multi-purpose classroom/computer lab to provide more intrusive advising services to adult part-time students, including mini-orientations, workshops, group advising, etc.
- Utilize student barrier survey data to incorporate a “Student Success” module in Psychology courses.
- Collaborate with the Academic Advising Center and the Education Department to create a peer mentor-mentee partnership that will support students’ connection to the college.
- Create an academic planning calendar for student athletes to be used as an intrusive advising tool to promote student success and retention.
- Initiate a poster campaign promoting Moraine Valley’s Core Values and appropriate classroom behavior.
- Implement a library book delivery system/interlibrary loan for students, faculty, and staff at the Blue Island and Southwest Education centers.
- Use wireless presenters with laser pointers to facilitate cooperative learning in mathematics classes.
- Continue to enhance technological support systems that will improve service delivery and increase accessibility to career-related and job search information.
- Develop and implement a mobile technology lab that will utilize Apple iPads to enhance collaborative instruction.
- Establish and institute a Student Success Lounge within the Student Union.
- Use a Smart Board interactive whiteboard for transfer and mathematics education classes.
- Integrate the touch-centric Windows 8 operating system into the appropriate places of the IMS curriculum to better prepare students for this emerging technology.
- Explore the possibility of expanding the Health Sciences curriculum to include a Histology Program and/or a Dialysis Technician Program.
- Develop and implement a final assessment tool for Philosophy 120: World Religions.
- Work with Title III staff to pilot computer-assisted review mechanisms to help students prepare for credentialing exams.
- Provide financial support to encourage TRiO/Student Support Services participants to attend the Illinois Association of Educational Opportunity Program Student Leadership Conference in Springfield.
- Provide ongoing warranties for the autoclaves needed for student instruction and classroom operations in the sciences.
- Display and use anatomy and physiology models in two of the Anatomy and Physiology lecture rooms.
- Develop an online section of BUS-143 (Managerial Accounting).
- Update classroom technology in Building T classrooms for IMS/MIS/OSA.
- Increase the MTH-133, Math for Industry, 2-credit-hour course to a transferrable 3-credit-hour course that will also become an interdisciplinary mathematics course for several technical programs.
- Standardize LAN-121 as a standard Blackboard cartridge (to include quizzes, labs, and final exam).
- Review Fast Track classes and the Fast Track degree programs that the college offers in the business area.
- Continue to assist the Center for Teaching and Learning with recommendations for new multimedia technology equipment hardware and software purchases, and installation of new instructional technology as needed.
- Grow the bands and choirs, invite guest artists to perform with the students on stage in front of audiences, and bring in guest groups and speakers.
- Strengthen student learning by updating the music library inventory, purchasing music supplies, and maintaining up-to-date software for the music classes.
- Improve, upgrade, and expand seating capabilities for large and small music ensembles rehearsing and performing in the Fine and Performing Arts Center.
- Continue to work in partnership with the Center for Teaching and Learning on their “mobileme” initiative.
- Partner with Liberal Arts and Social Sciences to bring the author of this year’s “One Book, One College” work Confederates in the Attic to campus for a speaking engagement.
- Develop and implement a comprehensive assessment for all Psychology courses.
- Incorporate sustainability topics in the Child Care curriculum.
- Develop a student survey to determine whether technology usage and expectations are consistent with students’ actual capabilities and access.
- Develop and implement a final assessment tool for Western Humanities 102: Continuities.
- Provide students with curriculum that is current with recommended practices in Personnel Qualification and Certification in Nondestructive Testing (NDT) and an operational facility with equipment currently used in the field.
- Implement a web-based assessment management system to generate information to improve institutional practices.
- Continue to examine and develop Standards of Academic Progress (SOAP) programming based on data and results from measurable student success and retention tools to maximize counseling services and resources that promote student learning and completion.
- Update, enrich, and enhance all Developmental Education Blackboard faculty and student sites.
- Increase student engagement in developmental mathematics classes by using TI-NSpire calculators and the Navigator communication system.
- Form a cohort group with COM-090 and RDG-091 courses in spring 2013.
- Add a lab assistant to help students who are progressing in the lab at a slower pace to be successful.
- Create a partnership with local fire protection agencies to supply burn tower training for the Fire Service Program.
- Continue to equip nursing labs with the equipment necessary to prepare students to be successful in degree completion, licensing, and functioning in the healthcare system.
- Add a training station (car lift) to train students in new automotive technology.
- Add a Bosch tech 2 scan tool to train students in new automotive technologies.
- Add four sheet metal training stations to train students in new HAC technology.
- Add residential and commercial heat gain/loss load calculation computer software training disks.
- Implement “Cricket” technology for use in all health sciences classrooms to promote student engagement and real-time assessment of student learning.
- Keep the Bookstore textbook issues in alignment with legislative hearings on textbook affordability.
- Meet the needs of students using the cafeteria in terms of services and prices.
- Review and evaluate current addiction studies-related audiovisual material in the library collection and make recommendations for purchase of new materials as appropriate.
- Study the possibility of expanding the Addictions Studies curriculum by adding an advanced group counseling course.
- Replace aging police patrol car to ensure that the Moraine Valley Police Department can respond to emergency calls and deter crime by providing a visible presence.
- Survey Billing Specialist Certificate graduates and employers to evaluate program content and possible implementation of new billing software.
- Investigate purchasing an electronic health record and practice management system that can be used for all Medical Assistant courses.
- Explore creating a presentation of respiratory equipment used in an acute healthcare setting and posting it to YouTube.
- Purchase and implement a web-based assessment management system.
- Develop curriculum for an A.A.S. degree in Polysomnography.
- Improve student success on the ATI TEAS standardized entrance exam for the nursing program.
- Create student awareness of the potential of violence in the workplace and on campuses, by utilizing available Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) online learning programs.
- Integrate the library system sign-in to library resources for students and staff with a campus Active Directory sign-in system.
- Update student laptops available for rental through the library.
- Utilize trend data to evaluate access to the Center for Teaching and Learning programs (e.g., number of workshops offered and number of attendees throughout the academic year).
- Assist in receiving state authorization for distance education project.
- Research and develop a strategy to implement the Blackboard Mobile application and Blackboard Learning system.
- Pilot “green” courses at the Southwest Education Center.
- Organize, promote, and implement this year’s One Book, One College Program.
- Continue to design and install wall art on campus and at Blue Island and Tinley Park sites that reflects curriculum, inspires and reflects service to students.
B. ENHANCE COMMUNITY AWARENESS, CONNECTIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS
- Develop, strengthen, and maintain community relationships and partnerships to maximize resources and identify opportunities to meet the needs of our educational partners, business partners, and community members
- Develop and nurture relationships with P-20 faculty and staff, students, and their parents
- Support seamless and successful high school to college transitions
- Develop and implement programs for adults and senior citizens and strategies to recruit and retain them
- Continue to provide support to help local governments attract and retain business
- Strengthen our role as an economic resource and leader in our community, region, state, nation, and world
- Strengthen alumni relations
- Promote the college as a community resource and cultural center
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT OBJECTIVES — 2012-2013
- Develop and maintain relationships with local high schools and their faculty.
- Provide computer animation demonstrations in local high schools to promote programs.
- Develop and administer a survey to high school graduating seniors to determine student plans and to identify the critical steps students have or have not taken by the end of their senior year.
- Provide current student-athletes an opportunity to meet successful athletic alumni to offer positive motivation, networking, role models, and stress the importance of degree completion.
- Continue to train selected officers in child safety seat installation and certification, and engage the community by providing on-campus inspections.
- Affiliate with Cruise Lines International Association to offer travel business management students cruise industry certification.
- Revitalize the Nature Study Area as an outdoor classroom by restoring the area to an ecologically healthy tall grass prairie, by improving access trails, and by using signage to indicate ecological areas and specific plant types.
- Investigate developing a training course in computer animation software for local high school instructors.
- Sponsor a Travel Business Management Advisory Board Meeting with industry leaders to reinforce the validity of our course content and forge possible partnerships within the meetings industry.
- Plan and implement a summer theater camp geared towards middle and high school students.
- Create a high-profile season of events to highlight and celebrate next year’s 20th anniversary of the Fine and Performing Arts Center.
- Invite guest speakers to share their knowledge and expertise in sustainability issues relevant to economics courses.
- Develop a mechanism to create a paperless registration system for high school dual credit enrollment forms.
- Acquire an additional off-campus clinical site with emphasis on rehabilitation.
- Offer a Health and Wellness Fair for all student veterans and community members.
- Create the Moraine Valley Center for Civic Engagement (MVCCE) to fully develop the college’s membership in the Democracy Commitment Project.
- Research and develop events/activities centered on national days of observation related to sustainability, (e.g., Earth Day, Earth Hour, World Water Day, etc.)
- Develop and support efforts to disseminate sustainability-related information (mini-sustainability centers) to district community members.
- Upgrade digital signs across campus and at Blue Island and Tinley Park centers to provide more effective and efficient college communication needs.
C. EMBRACE DIVERSITY
- Foster programs and support services that make students, faculty, and staff feel welcome, that provide positive and meaningful interactions, and that are designed for a variety of backgrounds and experiences
- Continue to integrate global and intercultural perspectives into programs and services
- Acknowledge the different needs of specific groups and individuals—traditional and non-traditional, native and international, younger and older, online and on-campus, minority and majority—and provide specific services to meet those needs
- Lessen existing barriers, including those of access, financial means, and preparedness
- Cultivate a faculty and staff rich with cultural competencies — to respect the cultural, social, and academic needs of all learners — and to increase awareness of diversity and knowledge of inclusive practices
- Continue hosting community dialogues on promoting diversity and inclusion that will provide opportunities to translate conversations into community actions
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT OBJECTIVES — 2012-2013
- Create a commercial for the annual Diversity Dialogue scheduled for October 2012.
- Create a diversity intern position, who will work with Multicultural Student Affairs office to create marketing and recruitment literature in Spanish and Arabic languages.
- Provide Upward Bound parents a “College Preparation” workshop series during the academic component by engaging them in activities similar to the student “college preparation” curriculum.
- Enhance and promote student employment to students, especially International students and students of color, with the goal of increasing retention and completion rates.
- Develop a survey to identify obstacles and potential obstacles to student success (both at the beginning of the semester and at midterm) and use the results to develop additional student success strategies.
- Identify, then work with IT, to collect retention and success criteria for Center for Disability Services students; provide early and intrusive interventions.
- Examine and improve various aspects of the International Student and Host Home Program Orientation Program, including more interactive components and new strategies to enhance student learning outcomes.
- Increase the number of TRiO/Student Support Services participants attending workshops and seminars as outlined in the grant proposal.
D. PLAN, ACHIEVE, AND MANAGE GROWTH
- Develop, communicate, and execute plans, processes, and procedures consistent with student and community needs and the college’s mission
- Maintain a process to allocate and/or reallocate resources based on the college’s Strategic Priorities
- Pursue alternative sources of revenue to support growth and keep tuition affordable
- Continue to look for opportunities to maximize resources and contain costs
- Hire and retain an appropriate mix of full-time and part-time faculty and staff
- Enhance the reporting capabilities of the college’s new business system (Datatel’s Colleague) and ensure that staff are fully utilizing all of its capabilities.
- Continue to plan for sustainable growth and consider environmental issues in plans for new and remodeled facilities
- Complete an environmental scan that will inform the development of a new Master Facilities Plan and future Strategic Plans
- Investigate and evaluate the feasibility of adding to the number of off-campus sites to expand regional outreach efforts and improve accessibility
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT OBJECTIVES — 2012-2013
- Continue development, implementation and marketing of districtwide campaign for degree completion.
- Create a shared computer lab to house mastery-based learning mathematics classes, health science labs, and open computer labs.
- Support adjunct faculty through the Promoting Adjunct Support and Success (PASS) program, a professional development program to help adjuncts acquire tools and resources to provide effective instruction to students.
- Apply to the Illinois Community College Board for approval of an advance modality program in Medical Imaging and plan to begin a Mammography Program in spring 2013.
- Improve library cataloging services and data integrity by implementing an authority control processing service.
- Create an Apple MacBook Learning Lab to deliver digital content in Fine and Performing Arts Center courses.
- Track and coordinate efforts for each of the sustainability commitments, create a “report card,” and create a strategic plan for the Center for Sustainability.
- Incorporate changes in library technology and practices into a new collection development policy.
- Recruit two Social Science Department members to serve as coordinators to help manage adjunct staff, schedules, observations, review pre-post test results, and other departmental duties.
- Complete the development of a life-cycle management system/equipment replacement schedule for all college AV technology that will permit proper planning for replacement of equipment.
- Establish a two-year degree in Baking and Pastry Arts to help to grow overall enrollments in the Culinary Arts Program.
- Expand the storage capacity of the Dell Compellent SAN used by staff, faculty and students for critical applications.
- Enhance library effectiveness and efficiency through the integration of the library’s Millennium system with the college’s Colleague system.
- Maintain the Palo Alto firewall environment, which includes URL filtering and traffic analysis.
- Research IBM environment to determine longevity of equipment and future growth or replacement needs.
- Coordinate data collection for an economic impact study and write a report summarizing results.
- Plan, develop, and implement strategies to increase child care enrollment.
- Improve staff satisfaction with catering and the cafeteria.
- Replace printers in student labs throughout the campus.
- Explore the possibility of opening a hotdog stand and opening a healthy food service in the new wellness center.
- Continue to expand the ability to find and extract data from the Colleague ODS and write new statistical programs for research analysis and edit reports.
- Explore alternate options for laundry services provided for the Basic Nurse Assistant Training Program.
- Improve efficiency of tracking nursing students’ mandatory health requirement records.
- Replace/upgrade 7-year-old library system central hardware and proprietary software and adopt new replacement program.
- Design a process to notify students that they have an outstanding refund check.
- Plan, advertise, and construct new parking lot for Building C and new tennis courts.
- Help budget owners more effectively manage their budgets by training people on Colleague screens BUXS and BUEX.
- Plan, advertise, and replace the Building L roofing system.
- Complete remodel of referendum-funded projects — Building T.
- Sealcoat and re-stripe parking lots and replace broken sidewalks campus-wide.
- Replace old and worn classroom furniture and in student lounge areas to continue to improve the appearance of the college buildings.
- Complete exterior improvements for Building D.
- Gather appropriate data and make a submission to the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System through the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education for 2012-14.
E. BUILD ORGANIZATIONAL CAPABILITY THROUGH CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
- Use the college’s continuous improvement model to review institutional processes, systems, and structures to ensure efficient operations, strategic thinking, and improved curricula, programs, and services
- Update and expand the current technological infrastructure and increase automation in all technology and operating systems
- Review procedures and processes to eliminate redundancy as well as tasks that do not support the mission or strategic plan of the college
- Make data-driven decisions with input from stakeholders across the organization
- Improve internal communication mechanisms to achieve greater collaboration and efficiency
- Emphasize comprehensive professional development, including training employees to keep pace with technological advancements
- Support the college's commitment to sustainability through energy and water conservation, waste reduction, and strategies for a healthier work and living environment
- Promote innovation and risk taking to strengthen organizational capability
CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT OBJECTIVES — 2012-2013
- Sustain and support the college’s AQIP accreditation initiatives.
- Structure college practices to support early transcript evaluations for reverse transfer students, to promote accurate academic advising support, course enrollment and degree audit reviews.
- Conduct an employee engagement survey (continued from FY12).
- Collect and summarize “expert” forecasts of key trends and long-term economic and societal projections that may impact education in the future as part of an environmental scan.
- Prepare for FY14 major collegewide Strategic Planning initiative.
- Create a new strategic plan for the Adult Education Department to align with state mandates and initiatives.
- Develop and implement a MDT orientation course based on LAN-101.
- Incorporate additional advanced cardiac life support training in the Respiratory Therapy Program so that students can graduate with an additional certificate.
- Conduct a needs assessment, update processes, and consider digitization options for the preservation and accessibility of the library archives.
- Partner with Verba online software to direct students searching for textbooks to the college Bookstore.
- Improve the college’s wireless network and expand current capabilities.
- Continue with Blackboard 9.1 upgrade and implementation process.
- Develop standardized course material and course content for MDT-101, Introduction to Drafting.
- Partner with the third major wholesale textbook company’s (Missouri Book Company) buyback guide in the bookstore system.
- Use Colleague software update testing to improve proficiency and increase system software knowledge.
- Continue the development and implementation of an effective Payroll Policies, Procedures, and Forms Manual.
- Create a central location for employees to update/change their 403b and/or 457 plans.
- Implement the new W-2 self-service functionality on MVConnect.
- Assist in maintaining budget officer data for all GL Accounts.
- Enhance and update the Resource Development intranet site.
- Document internal processes and procedures relating to unclaimed property.
- Enroll one Command Officer in a senior leadership course at Northwestern University’s School of Police Staff and Command.
- Automate employee reimbursements by using direct deposit through Accounts Payable.
- Integrate federal equipment management guidelines into college fixed asset policies and procedures.
- Improve the accuracy of fixed asset data through yearly inventory department review.
- Review outstanding checks every 90 days for return to the Department of Education.
- Improve knowledge of Colleague financial aid refunds and student tuition refunds processes.
- Improve knowledge of Colleague chargebacks, billing, and inventory for PACE passes processes.
- Improve knowledge of Colleague duplicate records, chargeback billings, and preparing employee waivers processes.
- Increase interdisciplinary participation in sustainability-related professional development opportunities.
- Improve knowledge of Colleague balance cash, and payroll processes.
- Improve knowledge of Colleague sponsorship billings, NC1 and NC2 reporting, and exception reporting.
- Improve finance processes in Colleague including: create electronic 1098T, install and automate check scanner, and document SU (software update) testing plans.
- Participate in the National Assessment of Student Conduct Adjudication Processes Project by using the Student Conduct Adjudication Process Questionnaire.
- Implement an annual reporting process for clubs and organizations.
- Create a Department Green Challenge with mini-grant program to help “green” departments, generate some friendly competition, and increase excitement about Moraine Valley’s green initiatives
- Update MDT-275 course (Introduction to Computer Animation) to align with latest software version 3ds MAX 2012 and fundamental industry certification examination.
- Conduct wellness survey to identify improvements to the college’s wellness program.
- Pilot and implement the Colleague assignment contracts module to process course pay for adjunct faculty.
- Investigate and implement, where appropriate, the communications management module of Colleague to track and send human resources-related correspondence.
- Film a MVCC Wellness commercial to highlight/raise awareness of wellness-related activities on campus, encourage increased employee participation, and to build excitement for the Wellness Program.
- Hire outside consultant to do an external and internal vulnerability assessment on college servers.
- Contract with an architectural firm to redesign the existing data center in Building L to conform to best practices.
- Continue consultant’s programming support for critical and complex Colleague financial aid and student accounts projects.
- Implement new reporting tool, Business Objects, which will allow department leaders to gain access to reports from their MVConnect portal page and/or their Moraine Valley email inbox.
- Implement an all-online textbook adoption for spring 2013.
- Continue to explore opportunities for composting cafeteria food.
- Review and improve procedures to provide student-tracking data for various groups, for example dual degree program at Governors State, Next Generation Learning College Grant, Gainful Employment, and others.
- Write Transfer Status Reports for Moraine Valley transfers to four-year universities.
- Improve the ability to extract Census data from the 2010 FactFinder.
- Complete curriculum revision process recommended by the program advisory committee by splitting MAS-110 into two separate courses, Swedish Massage and Pathology.
- Add equipment to maintain a safe, modern, effective, user-friendly health fitness center.
- Implement Respiratory Therapy curriculum revisions approved in FY11.
- Continue and enhance the Dr. Vernon O. Crawley Leadership Academy.
- Upgrade the image quality of the first floor document cameras in Blue Island Center classrooms.
- Work with the instructional designer to develop a meaningful evaluation form for the Adjunct Faculty Orientation Program.
- Revise the Center for Teaching and Learning professional development marketing plan.
- Continue to assist managing the Datatel documentation project.
- Investigate implementation of WebBridge Link resolver.
- Research and identify a content management system for the college website.
- Investigate and select a vendor to purchase serial publications for the library’s Periodicals Department.