Gives You More!
ommunity College Times, the American
Association of Community Colleges’
free, fully online news and information
source, has been completely redesigned
for easier navigation and faster access
to the most important, up-to-date community
The new site also has increased emphasis on rich
media, including photos and video. The new interactive
home page places the user in control, providing access
to original articles and information in seven subject
areas: Academic Programs, Campus Issues, Government,
Funding, Sustainability, Technology, and Workforce
Development. Plus, a special In Focus section highlights
the issues community college leaders are talking about
Other features include:
• A STORY LAB, where you can express
your opinion about pressing issues. Let CC Times know
what stories are important to you, and help plan future
coverage by logging in here.
• A special OPINIONS section, featuring commentary from
education thought leaders.
• Access to daily E-MAIL NEWS ALERTS featuring posted
articles or a weekly NEWS DIGEST.
• A scrolling news bar that provides access to more original
CC Times content directly from the home page.
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—Norma Kent, Editor