The sessions listed below occur on Wednesday, May 27, 2015.

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Wednesday
May 27
9:00-
10:00
N228
Karen Evans
x4836
Improving Your OutlookHCC Express #9945Increase your proficiency, productivity, and general diplomacy with your colleagues when using Outlook both in your office and online. Topics will include how to reply, reply all, forward, use bcc (so everyone doesn’t see the names and addresses of all recipients), create a reminder for yourself to follow-up, make personal folders and move messages, sort and search your mail. Hands-on activities will include using Outlook on the web. We’ll even learn to send and respond to calendar invites!
Topic List.pptx

Handout- Improve Your Outlook Web.pdf

Handout- Improve Your Outlook.pdf

Wednesday
May 27
9:30-
11:00
CL164
Danielle Brown
RSVP x4899
Closing the Loop on AssessmentHCC Express #0178
The 90 minute workshop will discuss what it means to close the loop on assessment. Hands-on activities will target creating actionable action plans and reporting on action plan progress for courses and programs.
Please RSVP.​



Wednesday
May 27
9:30-
11:30
N224
David Kaus
(x4621)
Amy Chase Martin (x4848)
Project Makeover: Refreshing AssignmentsHCC Express #9944Even some of our favorite assignments can lose their impact over time and need a refresh. This workshop is a “spring cleaning” of some instructional approaches with an eye for strengthening the alignment and impact of the assignment. Join us and learn how to evaluate your preexisting instructional materials and see where, how and IF technology can/should be used to enhance the teaching and learning experience. We encourage faculty to bring in a current activity/assessment to evaluate, enhance and share.
Hints - Drafting Objectives
Adult Learning Theory

Presentation

Wednesday
May 27
10:00-
11:00
CL123
Yonas Berhane
RSVP x4201
What's New in HCCInfoviewHCC Express #0148We are upgrading to a new version of Business Objects( HCCinfoview). Join us to see the new look and new options!


Wednesday
May 27
12:00-
2:00
TBD
Catherine Wilkerson (x3231)
Canvas Basics - Part I HCC Express #7361This hands-on training session is designed for novice users who want a simple overview of the Canvas learning management system. Topics include navigation, user profile and settings, inbox, content import/copy, creation of announcements and syllabus.


Wednesday
May 27
1:00-
2:00
N228
Amy Chase Martin (x4848)
Productivity Tips and Tricks for Office 2013: PowerPoint and WordHCC Express #0219
Office 2013 has some productivity features that can streamline document and presentation creation using Word and PowerPoint. Come learn how to make this new version work for you! View some tips here!

Word 2013 Tips


Wednesday
May 27
1:00-
2:15
HS150
Brittany Budden
RSVP x4432
Deepening Learning Through Critical Reflection and MetacognitionHCC Express #0149
Presented by Dr. Barbara Jacoby, faculty member and director of the Office of Commuter Affairs and Community Service Programs at the University of Maryland College-Park. Dr. Jacoby is internationally recognized for advancing purposeful learning, community engagement and student success in higher education. She is an expert in designing and applying high-impact educational practices with a primary focus on critical reflection, service learning, civic engagement and serving commuter students.




Wednesday
May 27
2:00-
4:00
TBD
Catherine Wilkerson (x3231)
Intermediate Canvas - Part IIHCC Express #7357
The Canvas grade book is more than just columns and rows added to table in the grade tool! Attend this workshop to learn how the grades tool relies on various other content creation (assignment, quizzes, and discussions) to create the grade book for your course. This workshop will also focus on creating weighted grade distributions, manual grade entry, speed grader and exporting your grade book.




Wednesday
May 27
2:30-
3:30
HS111
Brittany Budden
RSVP x4432
It's All About ImpactHCC Express #0150
Required for Service Learning Faculty, Open to all Faculty
Presented by Dr. Barbara Jacoby. This session will take Dr. Jacoby's first presentation to a deeper level by focusing on supporting student success through the application of service learning. Learn how to effectively engage students in the hallmarks of the high impact, community-based teaching method. The session is appropriate for all faculty as elements of the pedagogy can be applied to all forms of experiential learning.


Wednesday
May 27
3:00-
4:00
CL138
Danielle Brown (x4899)
This Session has been cancelledAligning Assessment with Instruction and CurriculumHCC Express #0199
Aligning assessment with instruction and curricular content makes measuring student learning more meaningful, useful, efficient, and sustainable. The workshop will emphasize how alignment, when performed early in curriculum development and revision, leads to a more efficient and sustainable assessment process.​




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