Monday, July 20, 2009
Three seminars coming from ITDL The Instructional Technologies Distance Learning Department will offer three seminars in the next few days that should be of interest to many on campus.
2020 Forecast: Creating the Future of Learning
The Map of Future Forces Shaping Education is, according to its authors: "a tool for thinking about, preparing for, and shaping the future. It outlines key forces of change that will shape the landscape of learning. It does not predict what will happen; it is designed to help you see connections among things that once seemed unrelated and to help you consider the changes and challenges that you are facing today within the context of wider patterns of change." Join us in a discussion about what is possible, what is problematic, and what our role is in shaping the future.
When: Tuesday, July 21 (11:30 a.m. –1:30 p.m.) - Register
Violence in The Classroom
This seminar will focus on the sensitive, yet crucial topic of violence in the classroom. This three-hour seminar will cover the various cognitive aspects of student behavior, as well as examine several potential classroom scenarios.
When: Wednesday, July 22 (9 –11:00 a.m.) - Register
Cyber Crime and Safety
Join us for a discussion on the basics of computing safety. This Brown Bag Luncheon topic will be lead by Robert Clifford, who is Columbus State’s Information Security program coordinator. We will discuss: Campus policy, Internet safety, security options, examples of recent data breaches, security tips, and free security products for home use. A general Q&A session will follow. Grab your co-workers and join us in learning how we can be better stewards of our computers both at work and at home.
When: Thursday, July 23 ( 1 – 2 p.m.) - Register
Wellness Challenge V finished The Wellness Challenge V ran two quarters, from January 26 – May 31. The Wellness Committee wants to commend all participants for sticking to it for two quarters. It was a long haul! You all are winners. For information on the next Wellness Challenge, contact Nichole Bowman-Glover, Wellness Coordinator. This quarter’s winning team was the Determinators, led by Julie VanWynsberghe.
Final Team Results:
Don’s Maggots (Amy Kanuth) 2,863
Mokie’s Creampuffs (Amy Kanuth) 4,270
DE Over Construction (Carmen Daniels) 5,845
Social & Behavioral Sciences (Amy Logsdon) 7,281
Team T (Alexis Sherman) 7,527
DREAM Team (Cheryl Ferguson) 8,953
Payroll Pistons (Lou Ann Carman) 9,808
Math Team (Kris Ramsey) 10,830
Notorious Fin Aiders #2 (Katrina Payne) 12,013
Mission FitPossible (Elizabeth Wyles-Smith) 12,289
Data Center (Mike Jacobs) 14,170
DX Team (Sherita Golden) 16,143
The Splatters (Vickie Hunter) 16,314
Programming 4 Fitness (Debbie Pond) 17,259
Get Up & Gos (Laurie Mooney) 19,605
Show Me the Money (Betty Sugar) 20,556
Glass Palace Gladiators (Betty Sugar) 21,426
Wii R Fit (Debbie Pond) 29,666
Determinators (Julie VanWynsberghe) 46,375
Don’t forget the Copy & Print Shop Open House! The Copy Center will hold an Open House event in Wednesday, July 22 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the DX! You will be able to explore the first floor Copy Services area and the lower level Print Services area. There will be free gifts, free refreshments and lots of information, so stop by and learn more about copying, binding, laminating and printing at the Copy & Print Shop Open House!
Also, don’t miss the Gospel Vocal Ensemble under the direction of Emma Easton in a live performance at the Columbus State Bookstore, Thursday, July 23, from noon - 1 p.m. Of course, admission is free!