TIPPS #40 and #41

Attached, these two editions of Timely Information Promoting Student Success (TIPSS) provide updates to the “leaky pipeline” for writing and math. In TIPSS #40 (writing) and #41 (math), prior editions TIPSS #24 and #25 are linked and can be found on the GP blog: https://blogs.lanecc.edu/guidedpathways/. The leaky pipeline illustrates how attrition due to non-attempts and failed Read More

End-of-year message

Greetings colleagues! It’s the end of another Academic Year, and your Guided Pathways teams and leadership Core Team have compiled another wrap-up of our activities. Our year-end message was emailed to the full campus in early June; a copy of it is also available in PDF here. We look forward to further work on these Read More


Hello again everyone! This TIPSS was the last published of this academic year. It looks at data specifically tied to the Title III grant Lane received in 2019. Please review the TIPSS here to find out more! PDF version of TIPSS All of our TIPSS are available on this site any time you’d like to Read More

Spring Conference — Opening PowerPoint

Welcome to Spring Conference! We are excited to share more of our goals and plans, and hear more of your ideas and questions, about Lane’s Guided Pathways efforts. Please find below the PowerPoint presentation that will be shared during the openi…

Join the Accessibility Challenge!

Accessibility Challenge!Attention all faculty: we’re throwing down the gauntlet and challenging you to up your accessibility game! The object of the challenge is to learn about accessibility and universal design and how to create accessible docum…

What Does Hyflex at Lane Look Like?

Zoom Q&A webinar on May 5, 3 p.m.-4 p.m.  Have you heard about HyFlex sweeping campuses across the country? Are you curious about alternative methods of teaching during the pandemic transition time? Have you seen a DTen in a classroom and wondered …

Liquid Syllabus

This year I am participating in a Faculty Inquiry Group aimed at improving online pedagogy. We are reading Flower Darby’s Small Teaching Online and working to implement some of Darby’s principles. One of the key principles she encourages is that of student engagement, something I’ve been interested in since 2005 when I worked on a […]