Reframe / Teaching
The Teaching Lab facilitates faculty development to support teaching so that students are able to meet the course learning outcomes for their classes. In this section, find r resources and support for teaching online, upcoming teaching labs events, information about faculty access to campus, and other resources and information from Academic Affairs.
Campus Access for Audio/Video Recording
A number of rooms on both campuses are available and equipped for recording audio and video content for online classes, which is considered essential work. Faculty who wish to come to campus to record content are required to make reservations in advance. By scheduling in advance, you will be helping to ensure minimal exposure to others during this visit, as well as the maximal opportunity for facilities operations staff to keep these spaces clean. Find out more about access times and procedures, which rooms are available, and how to reserve one.
To reserve an audio/video recording kit for filming at home, please visit CCA Media Center's Web Checkout https://portal.cca.edu/learning/shops/media-centers/ or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyone coming to CCA’s campuses must complete a #CampusClear daily health self-assessment prior to arriving on campus.
The Teaching Lab has put together a toolkit to help faculty navigate the extensive array of resources we have developed and compiled for preparing to teach online (and hybrid, when we’re able to do so safely!). With students and faculty connecting from across the globe to our systems and services, the toolkit also includes information on what the Library offers in terms of technological platforms and a guide on the global availability of teaching and learning tools.
In addition to maintaining the toolkit, the Teaching Lab conducts workshops and provides other resources to support faculty with online teaching. ETS, Instructional Services and the Library, and the Teaching Lab team will be hosting all workshops via Zoom to reduce trips to campus. The Teaching Lab Portal page has more information, and also shows you know which events are happening every day.
Workplace Guidelines + Wellness Resources
Please visit the Workplace Guidelines During COVID–19 Closure Portal page for information on key policies for our remote work environment, updated paid leave policies, and tips and resources for staying connected while working apart. Visit the Faculty-focused FAQ on COVID–19 policies and procedures page for information of particular interest to faculty.
To report a concern regarding a CCA student, please submit a CCA Cares form.
To report other concerns or questions, contact Human Resources at email@example.com.
Update your personal and emergency information in Workday, and be sure you are signed up to receive emergency alerts through our Rave system.
CCA’s Employee Assistance Program is available to eligible employees at 800-834-3773 or www.claremonteap.com for help with feelings of stress or anxiety.
Daily Health Assessment
All CCA community members (staff, faculty and students) are required to complete a #CampusClear Daily Health Assessment on the days they plan to physically be on campus. This assessment must be completed prior to arriving on campus. It's very important to follow the notification instructions if you answer YES to any of the questions.
As is our current process, if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID–19, have been exposed to COVID–19, or tested positive for COVID–19, you must notify HR immediately. You will be advised to immediately quarantine for a minimum of 14 days since exposure or the onset of symptoms and to seek testing or medical care. You'll be required to provide HR with a negative COVID–19 test result prior to returning to campus.
Health & Safety Guidelines
Please continue to follow and comply with these guidelines when you are physically on campus, and reach out to HR at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Thank you for supporting our culture of care!
COVID–19 Prevention Plan Compliance & Enforcement
It is expected that all CCA students, faculty, staff, and visitors comply with the requirements and recommendations in CCA’s COVID–19 Prevention Plan. Compliance is essential to maintain a safe and healthy educational institution for all and would be considered a social contract with the entire CCA community.
All members of the CCA Community are expected to be vigilant in assuring that all are complying with all Health Order requirements and the COVID–19 Prevention Plan. As such, every member of the community should feel empowered to address any non-compliance that they might see to the person they believe is non-compliant, for the health and safety of the entire Community. An initial helpful comment to the person about any lack of compliance (face covering not on or 6 foot distancing not being maintained) is requested and supported by CCA; should an initial comment meet with resistance or continued non-compliance, CCA requests and supports the incident being reported directly to a Public Safety Officer.
The Office of the Dean of Students/Student Affairs will oversee and address non-compliance concerns with students through the Student Code of Conduct.
Human Resources will oversee and address non-compliance concerns with employees. If any concerns arise or if you require an accommodation due to a health need, please reach out to your HR lead or contact email@example.com.