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Academic Technology Services - Identifying, Advancing and Supporting your Academic Technology Initiatives

Preparing Students for Success

Preparing California students for success in the CSU.

Providing diagnostic tools, delivering authoritative advice, administering remediation services and supporting discipline communities can be achieved through the following ATS projects and services. These services provide opportunities for incoming and enrolled student success.

Here's a snapshot:

  • Over 100,000 Visitors to English and Math Success Websites
  • Open Teaching Commons for Science Education
  • Ed.D Teaching Commons Supports WASC Accreditation


ATS Resource Description
CSU Math Success Website Provides high school students authoritative advice on requirements for college-level math in the CSU and links to planning tools and remedial instruction.
CSU English Success Website Provides high school students authoritative advice on requirements for college-level English in the CSU and links to planning tools and remedial instruction.

ALEKS

ALEKS Math Success

Offers an online intelligent tutor that assesses and provides custom instruction for student learning for the CSU entry-level math courses.
Expository Writing Community Provides English teachers and faculty members web-based expository writing materials and evaluation rubrics aligned with entry level English requirements at the CSU.
CSU Success Website The CSU Success Website is a web-based portal that provides an abundance of resources tools that empower students to take advantage of their high school years to ensure academic readiness for the CSU.
Teaching Commons: Information and Communication Technology Literacy Discover the wide range of resources, guidelines and instructional materials for integrating information and ICT Literacy into academic programs.
Teaching Commons: Science Education Provides prospective science teachers, current teachers and CSU faculty guidelines, resources and links to experts on recruiting and retaining California science teachers.
Teaching Commons: Noyce Scholars Provides resources on using virtual science labs in teaching high school biology, chemistry, physics and math in high-needs schools.
Teaching Commons: Ed.D Programs in Educational Leadership Provides online resources and guidelines to doctoral students and their faculty for successful completion of Ed.D programs in the CSU.