Novel Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19)

CCC TechConnect* is a grant-funded project from the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, (CCCCO).
Provided on this page are resources and specific updates on how each of the three services provided by CCC TechConnect can assist you.

California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office
California Department of Public Health 
Center for Disease Control and Prevention

TechConnect Zoom (CCC Confer/Confer Zoom)

CCC TechConnect Zoom

TechConnect Zoom is an online conferencing platform that provides faculty, staff, administrators, and students in our system the ability to meet virtually. TechConnect is ready to support you and your college. Proactively help your college prepare now by reviewing these guidelines:

In order to be able to access your account from within Canvas, it is important that you sign up for an account from the TechConnect Confer/Zoom website, (if you sign up from the corporate Zoom website you will not have access via Canvas or other benefits provided with the TechConnect Confer/Zoom account).

Best Practices for Avoiding Virtual Hackers in your Online Meetings: has launched a page dedicated to helping during the Covid-19 pandemic. Please visit Zoom COVID-19 for additional resources.

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TechConnect Cloud (3C Media Solutions)

CCC TechConnect Cloud

One of TechConnect Cloud's services is to provide faculty, staff, and administrators of our system with individual, private accounts for uploading, storing, and sharing their media files. With regards to COVID-19-Coronavirus and potentially more on-line recordings, TechConnect wants to remind users of a few facts:

Still have questions or need assistance? Please visit our support site or contact us anytime at


TechConnect's Online Teaching Conference

CCC TechConnect’s Online Teaching Conference 2020 (OTC’20) is currently scheduled to proceed as planned.

The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and TechConnect will continue to monitor the rapidly-evolving Coronavirus developments closely. We want to assure you that we are paying close attention to the guidance offered by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and the City of Pasadena.

The health and safety of OTC’20 attendees, exhibitors, and staff are held first and foremost as the primary consideration for decisions made regarding the conference. We respect that there are health concerns and other factors individuals think about when deciding whether or not to attend any gathering. With today’s uncertainty regarding the COVID-19-Coronavirus, it is important to us that our attendees have a choice. If you are interested in attending OTC’20, please register for the conference with the knowledge that if circumstances change (system, government, or other-ordered cancellation, or even if you personally change your mind) you will have the option of choosing between receiving a full refund or a voucher redeemable for OTC’21.

Regarding hotel reservations: Each of the hotels we have partnered with for OTC’20 have their own cancellation policies (anywhere between 24-36 hours prior to scheduled arrival), please review the policy associated with your reservation. If you choose not to attend, you will need to cancel per your hotel's policy/timeline to avoid penalties.

We are committed to providing current information. Over the next months as we approach June, please check this site for updates as well as your inbox for other communications, (opt-in). Additionally, you can contact us directly at

California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office
City of Pasadena
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
California Department of Public Health 
Center for Disease Control and Prevention

For more about OTC'20, please visit Online Teaching Conference.


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