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Distance Education Plan

What is the Peralta Distance Education (DE) Plan?

Based on guiding principles focused on learners and equity, Peralta Community College District’s Distance Education Plan outlines goals and related projects to increase a) online student retention and success rates; b) the number and quality of resources and services for student support and learning support; and c) the number of courses that meet guidelines for quality, consistency, and accessibility.

Why did the district create a DE Plan?

Building on the district’s overall strategic planning work, the Peralta CCD Distance Education Committee made drafting a three-year Distance Education Plan its primary goal for 2017-18.

How do you learn more about and comment on the Peralta DE Plan?

You may either download or directly review the DE Plan below.

If you have comments to share about the DE Plan, you may send via email or submit via an online form.

Review the Peralta DE Plan

  • Distance Education

    Monday 30 January 2023
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  • Since 1964, the Peralta Community College District - comprised of Berkeley City College, College of Alameda, Laney College and Merritt College - has served the cities of Alameda, Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland and Piedmont by providing 25,000 students each semester with a range of educational programs and life-long learning opportunities.