Additional Resources

The Office of Professional Development is committed to providing our campus community the resources needed to support student success. On this page you will find resources from across the district as well as outside organizations focused on teaching, learning, and student support.


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Canvas Help 

Need Canvas Help or Training?  Visit the GC Canvas Resources canvas shell for tutorials, information about upcoming workshops and recent Canvas updates. 

District Professional Development
For information on the Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District Professional Development Resources, please visit the District website.
RP Group

The RP Group is a non-profit research organization that often partners with the State Chancellor's Office to conduct statewide research with our CCC system. The RP Group strives to, "...make data accessible and to bridge silos for all educators in our system in order to improve outcomes for — and the lives of — all students." (About Us).


They have a number of research reports, research briefs, past conference presentations, etc. on a number of topics specific to CA community colleges posted in their Resource Library.


They also offer several professional development opportunities including the Leading from the Middle Academy and the Strengthening Student Success Conference.


If you'd like to attend one of their professional development events and would like to apply for funding to help supplement the cost please complete this form.


 4CSD is the California Community College Council for Staff Development. They provide learning and networking opportunities for professional development practitioners across the state. 


Feel free explore some of the professional development resources they have on their website here. 

Regional Consortium

The Regional Consortium connects "industry sector employers, community college career education, and students with a regional-based framework that simplifies and clarifies partnerships which result in a stronger regional economy and reduces the jobs skills gap." They provide Educator Resources, Labor Market Information, offer the Strong Workforce Program, and more