Giving credit where it’s due: Instructional designers have played key roles in helping Virginia’s Community Colleges transition to online learning
By Sheri Prupis, VCCS Director of Teaching & Learning Technologies Since March, when COVID-19 forced the sudden shutdown of our...
United Way co-sponsored by VCCS research shows growing numbers of Virginia families who cannot make ends meet
Editor’s note: this brief blog post draws heavily from new research by the United Way. A link...
Grants will help Virginia Community College students earn advanced healthcare credentials and higher wages
MEDIA CONTACT Jeffrey Kraus Asst. Vice Chancellor for Strategic Communications (804) 592-6767 firstname.lastname@example.org RICHMOND (July 22, 2020)...
By unanimous vote on July 16, Virginia’s State Board for Community Colleges instructed local community college advisory...
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