DX Copy Center to close March 1

The Copy Center, located on the first floor of the Discovery Exchange/Bookstore, will close at that location March 1 and move downstairs in the basement level, merging with the college’s Print Services Department.
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February 24, 2012

White House launches tour from Columbus State

Social Sciences roundtable: "Is Keynesianism Dead?"

Employee Service Awards

Article features Humanities, ITDL partnership

Shared directories move to new server

Fee Waiver deadline

Wilson, Rezin on national board

Smith graduates from Law Enforcement Executive program

February 20, 2012

Dr. Jill Biden college tour

Bicentennial cake competition

Barnhart's "Titanic"

Chorus' Winter Quarter concert

Spring Street submission deadline

Payment Plan course

DiPietro's new work

Michael D. Forrest scholarship

Bookstore movie showing

Core strength class

February 16, 2012

Record number of faculty nominated

Form to request President's attendance

BLUEprint transfer workshops

Strickland to present at eTech Ohio

Franklin offers reduced tuition

Vote for a song

Blackboard instructor permission form

CQI: Digging for data

2012-2013 semester calendar available

Defining Herself: Women, Art, and Expression

February 13, 2012

STEMM students recognized

Spirit Week games

Bicentennial lecture series call for submissions

Writers Workshop

Gospel Ensemble to honor Saunders

ITDL webinar: LGBT issues







This week at Columbus State
Monday February 27

Winter Wellness Classes, 12-1:50 p.m., DE 158

ITDL Blackboard Training, 6-8 p.m., CT 106

Tuesday February 28
Wednesday February 29
Thursday March 1

Christopher's Restaurant, 11 a.m.-12:15 p.m., EB 005

Theatre Columbus State: Titanic, 3 p.m. matinee, 8 p.m., Nestor Auditorium


Friday March 2

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Christopher's restaurant.

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February 27, 2012

See photos, video of Biden event

If you missed last Wednesday’s special event with Dr. Jill Biden and U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, you can view a short video here: http://cstv.cscc.edu/dr-jill-biden-visit/.

A gallery of photos from the visit is also online here: http://www.dol.gov/dol/media/photos/slideshows/20120222-solis-biden-comcol.htm

Reminder: Employee Service Awards confirmations due

award pinPlease visit the online list of Service Award Recipients, and confirm that your information is correct, or report any omissions or corrections that you may have, by Friday, March 2. Confirm your information or report problems to Serviceawards@cscc.edu.

ITDL Seminars:
Association of American Colleges and Universities Presents: Employers Speak on a Liberal Education
You are invited to participate in this webinar featuring employers addressing the value of liberal education outcomes in today's economy.

The webcast will engage two lively panels of employers and business leaders discussing the types of knowledge, skills, and attitudes they seek when hiring college graduates. Have recent years of economic contraction and technological progress realigned workforce needs? In a shifting, interconnected global marketplace, what can colleges and universities do to provide graduates with the capacities needed to succeed today and into the future?

The panels will be hosted in front of live audiences at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and at the California State University System office in Long Beach, CA. AAC&U will co-host from Washington, DC.

Wednesday, February 29 (1:30 - 3:30 p.m.) - Register
Where: Innovation Center - CT 107

Let Your Rubric Do the Talking - Presentation and Work Session
A RUBRIC is a feedback tool that benefits both students and faculty by informing students what is expected and what different levels of performance look like. This workshop will present steps for developing the Rubric. You will create a Rubric based on a real assignment. Bring a copy of an assignment to the work session.

Sponsored by: Assessment for Student Learning.

Contact: learning@cscc.edu; ext.3936

Presented by: Barb Thompson, English Department, Patricia Opong, Computer Science

When: Tuesday, February 28 (4:00 - 5:30 p.m.) - Register
Where: Innovation Center CT 107

Copyright-What is it? Fair Use-What does it Mean?
Join nationally recognized librarian and author, Bruce Massis, for a workshop on the proper (and legal) uses of copyrighted materials in the classroom. Topics covered will include a general discussion of copyright, the definition and appropriate usage of the "Fair Use" provisions of the copyright legislation as it pertains to print and audio/visual material. Finally, learn how the fair use provision protects you, as a teacher, when you reproduce any copyrighted work for classroom purposes.

Presented by: Bruce E. Massis, Director, Library

When: Thursday, March 1 (2:00 - 4:00 p.m.) - Register
Where: Innovation Center CT 107