Events for January 10, 2018
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Browse the schedule. Accessibility: Individuals with disabilities who would like to request an accommodation or who have questions about physical access may contact the event host or Access and Disability Services at firstname.lastname@example.org, 847.925.6266, at least two weeks in advance of the event date.Find out more »
Open Educational Resources (OER) improve student engagement and student success while saving students an average of $134 per course. One of the advantages of using OER is customization. OER content may be enhanced and reused to meet specific course outcomes and student interests. Participants in this interactive session will come away with a variety of […]Find out more »
According to Dr. Jose Antonio Bowen, the keynote speaker at this year’s Assessment Conference, students need both high standards and high nurture to truly learn. But how does this balance play out in the classroom? In other words, how can faculty respond when students request exceptions to our rules, ask for second (or third!) chances, […]Find out more »
Interact with faculty as they share instructional technology projects in an e-poster session format. See demonstrations and ask faculty questions. Drop in anytime from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. Open to: All faculty and staffFind out more »
Access and Disability Services would like your feedback of the alternative testing module. We will share the results of the recent campus wide survey, and take your constructive feedback to streamline the process. Open to: All faculty Facilitators: Becky Ramirez-Malagon and Debbie ReuterFind out more »
This session will provide tips and strategies, along with a student panel for faculty and all college personnel to effectively work with students on the Autism spectrum. This topic will generate ideas and awareness of concrete examples of how to support students. Come hear this unique perspective from a panel of students on the autism […]Find out more »
It is commonplace to say that college students need to be educated for a global future. In 2006, the AAC&U identified global competencies and intercultural skills as essential components of a 21st century college education and yet the nation’s nearly 1200 community colleges have lagged behind 4-year institutions in acknowledging the importance of global education […]Find out more »
Do your students have difficulty interpreting data on graphs and tables? Would you like to know more about creating exercises that link quantitative reasoning skills to other disciplines? This session is designed to help you make explicit connections between course content and quantitative reasoning techniques, even if you don’t consider your course to be directly […]Find out more »
The Blackboard Bootcamp workshop provides an overview of basic tools in Blackboard. You will create a basic Blackboard course site ready for use with your on-campus class. Please bring your course syllabus, an assignment list and any other course handouts you plan to use. Please note: this session provides an overview and is not designed […]Find out more »
Individuals with disabilities who would like to request an accommodation or who have questions about physical access may contact the event host or Access and Disability Services at email@example.com, 847.925.6266, at least two weeks in advance of the event date.
Academy for Teaching Excellence Workshop Cancellation Policy
Occasionally, the Academy for Teaching Excellence may have to cancel a workshop due to circumstances beyond our control. With the exception of instructor illness and inclement weather, the decision to cancel a workshop will be made 48 hours prior to the scheduled date of the workshop. In the event of a cancellation, the Academy will make every effort to notify registered participants via their Harper College email account. If you have a concern about a workshop you have registered for being cancelled, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 847.925.6174.