Institutional Innovation and Effectiveness
Welcome to the office of Institutional Innovation and effectiveness
The San Diego Community College District Office of Institutional Innovation and Effectiveness was established on February 1, 2023. This office will allow the expansion of the District's institutional research, accreditation, strategic planning, and educational technology planning and support functions. In addition, there will be proactive engagement with and support for the District's entrepreneurship and innovation programs.
Michelle Fischthal, DBA
Vice Chancellor, Institutional Innovation and Effectiveness
Natalia Córdoba-Velásquez Alarcón, MBA
Director of Institutional Effectiveness and Research
Ginger Davis, M.A.
Executive Assistant to the Vice Chancellor
Monday, December 4, 2023, PRESENTATION and ZOOM RECORDING
Overview: This sessions will demystify artificial intelligence (AI) for educators. It will cover an overview of AI, its history, and its current applications in education, with a particular emphasis onhow educators can effectively use prompts to guide AI tools. The session will also explore the potential benefits and challenges of AI in educational settings, especially through the lens of prompting. Lastly, educators will receive guidance on incorporating AI and prompt-based interactions into their teaching methods and classrooms.
Monday, November 27, 2023, PRESENTATION and ZOOM RECORDING
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Research (OIER) supports research, planning, and decision-making around the district by providing data about enrollment, outcomes, and student services. The OIER also completes mandated reporting and serves as a primary source for information on institutional effectiveness at SDCCD.
Innovation and Educational Technology Resources
As the colleges in the SDCCD continue to serve a diverse student body with varied needs, the district's commitment to innovative programs, services, technology, and operations stands as an essential foundation for delivering a responsive, relevant, and future-ready education to our communities.
Institutional Effectiveness and Planning
The SDCCD Strategic Plan will guide the future of the colleges and the District between now and 2030 by identifying our collective vision, goals, and objectives. It builds on and complements strategic plans developed by San Diego City, Mesa, Miramar Colleges, and the San Diego College of Continuing Education.
Our credit colleges, San Diego City, Mesa, and Miramar colleges are accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges. San Diego College of Continuing Education is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Schools of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
Large Language models (AI) resources
- 101 Creative Ideas on using ai in education
- Assigning AI: Seven Approaches for students with prompts
- Grand Challenges in Assessment in the Age of AI (November 3, 2023 Recording) -click on "more AI resources" below to see ADDITIONAL recordings on ai
- how ai chatbots like chatgpt or bard work-visual explainer
- WHAT IS GENERATIVE AI AND HOW IS IT DIFFERENT FROM OTHER AI?
Institutional Innovation And effectiveness
news and announcements
community of practice- Learning opportunities
Speaker Series coming This Spring!