3CSN’s Wayfinding Online Zoom Series: Navigating the Virtual Landscape Together

We’re so glad you’re here!

As a way to leverage community in this unprecedented pivot to virtual learning, we launched our 3CSN Wayfinding Online Zoom Series. This series was created by practitioners for practitioners (and students, too) and continues to grow from the needs that are identified in community with colleagues across the state.   

See highlights of our first 8 weeks in our Wayfinding Online brief 

Join as many as you would like.  One participant exclaimed in a 5:00 pm session, “I started at 9 am and here I am at 5 pm.  You all had me hooked!”  To join, just click on the link below.  We’ve organized it by day so that you can more effectively plan.  

If you are joining by phone, please follow these instructions 

Please note that for learning purposes, these sessions will be recorded for future use. 

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Email us at ask@3csn.org if you have any questions or would like to recommend a session (or volunteer to lead a session yourself).  

Check out this week’s sessions below!  


September 29 to October 2, 2020



Zoom users, come chat about it…

Shop Talk: Zoom
Tuesday, 9/29, 12 PM- 1 PM

Join us in this informal space to “talk shop” about Zoom– what you’re experiencing so far, what you have to share, and what you need help thinking through– facilitated by 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning (CSU Northridge).



Ready to take your rubrics to the next level?

Virtual Community Peer Review: Rubrics
Wednesday, 9/30, 10AM- 11:30 AM
Join 3CSN coordinator Nicole Bryant Lescher (College of the Redwoods) for this much-requested opportunity to peer review your rubrics! Bring a rubric or two and join your colleagues for a lively and meaningful session. Bonus– experience Nicole’s great peer review protocol.

Find your center…and help your students find theirs, too…

Mindfulness for Educators
Wednesday, 9/30, 1 PM – 2:00 PM
Looking for ways to be more centered, resilient, peaceful, kind, and present for your students and yourself? Join 3CSN coordinator Sarah Sullivan (Mission College) and educators across the state in this intentional space to practice mindful breathing, reflective journaling, and heart sharing. 


Miss your office community?  Join us…

Virtual Community Hour for Classified Professionals
Wednesday, 9/30, 3 PM – 4 PM
Join 3CSN Classified Professionals Betina Vallin and Estela Miranda for this space specifically designed to support classified professionals as we navigate this virtual work environment together.


Looking for ways to make your Canvas course more student-centered?

Canvas 102: Student-Centered Design
Thursday, 10/1, 11:30 AM – 1 PM
Join Josh Miller, Los Angeles Valley College Communications Studies Chair, as he shares his own Canvas site and provides tips for designing a student-centered course.

Looking for new ways to engage students online?

Canvas 102: Tools for Asynchronous and Synchronous Discussion
Thursday, 10/1, 3PM – 4 PM
Join 3CSN coordinator Kelan Koning (CSU Northridge) for this interactive session exploring ways to use tools to enrich asynchronous as well as synchronous discussions. The session will cover Google Docs, Slides, Collaborations, Discussion Board, and Canvas Studio.

Spotlight Series: Civic Dialogues

Civic Dialogues Series Session 3: Civic Prompts
Friday, 10/2, 11AM – 1 PM
Guest speaker: Dr. Caryn McTighe Musil, Senior Director, Civic Learning and Democracy Initiatives, AAC&U (retired)
During the first hour our guest speaker will share their topic and address your questions. This will be followed by an hour of facilitated lunchtime discussion designed to help you consider how these ideas or models could be practiced on your campus or in your classrooms.