Join CMC instructor Michelle Lefebvre and Dr. Gabrielle of the Office of Innovations for this 60 minute live webinar on how to copy courses in Canvas. Get guidance, tips, and tricks. This is your chance to ask 2 Canvas experts your questions and get help with setting up your upcoming Canvas course! We will cover:
- How to copy a Canvas course in its entirety
- How to copy only selected parts of a course
- How to “export” your course and why this alternate method of course copying can be useful
- How to copy just quizzes from one course to another
- Common course copying issues & FAQ
This training will be held online via a Blackboard Collaborate webconference. You will be emailed the information you’ll need to join the session after you register.
This is a live online webinar, so you will need a computer with high-speed internet access. You will also need computer speakers (built-in or separate) or a headset to hear the instructor and group.
Microphone (or headset with microphone): If you have a microphone, you can speak to the group.
Webcam: If you have a webcam, you can transmit your video to the group.
Michelle Lefebvre, Gabrielle Orsi
WebAdvisor Registration Information
14/SP TRN901 CS102 (SYN: 82800)
Please register for this training via WebAdvisor.
Instructor Leonardo Santana graduated from the Madrid Film School and has worked in film and television for ten years around Europe and Mexico, working with important directors like the two time Academy Award winner Pedro Almodovar. His 35mm thesis short film Sleepless Eyes, has been shown in more than Thirty international film festivals.
Students will gain a heightened awareness of composition, editing patterns an overall comprehension of film evolution and history. Employing sensitivity and critical intellectual tools students will analyze films independently and develop their own criteria while utilizing important vocabulary (camera movements, angle types, axis of action, etc.) analyzing dramatic value and capital knowledge for film appreciation. (students must be 17 years or older to register)
Registration begins April 21 for summer classes at Colorado Mountain College. Many classes, including those taught via online learning, start the week of May 11. Other classes start throughout the semester.
Credit class schedules for the Carbondale, Glenwood Springs and Spring Valley locations are available at college centers at 690 Colorado Ave. in Carbondale, 1402 Blake Ave. in Glenwood Springs, or 3000 County Road 114 in Spring Valley (south of Glenwood Springs). Information about select bachelor’s degrees is online at coloradomtn.edu/4year. Continuing education schedules for these three valley locations have been mailed out locally.
You can also browse online for all classes at coloradomtn.edu/classes.
Students new to the college can apply online or where they wish to attend. New degree-seeking students are encouraged to see a counselor before registering.
Returning students who have not taken classes within the past 12 months, and who wish to take credit classes, need to re-apply. They can register in person or online. Registration forms can be faxed or mailed. Current students who have taken classes within the past 12 months can register by mail, phone or fax, or online.
For more information, visit your local campus or call 963-2172 in Carbondale, 945-7486 in Glenwood Springs or 945-7481 at Spring Valley.
Register now! Classes fill quickly!
The Summit Green team meets the 3rd Monday of every month from 10-11:30am to help the Summit Campus model best practices in green operations, create and manage a strategic plan for green initiatives, support student initiatives and share the good green work that is happening around our campuses. For more information, contact Nicole at email@example.com.
This is a free Academic Success Workshop, organized by the Roaring Fork Campus Learning Center. In this workshop we will review the sentence structures: simple, compound, complex, and compound/complex sentences. Meets in the Calaway Building, Room 119. All CMC students are welcome.
This is a free Academic Success Workshop, organized by the Roaring Fork Campus Learning Center. In this workshop we will review the sentence structures: simple, compound, complex, and compound/complex sentences. Meets in the Glenwood Center, Room 207. All CMC students are welcome.
Each of us has been blessed with some knowledge or wisdom that someone else was generous enough to share with us. CMC would like to honor this spirit of generosity by inviting you to the inaugural semester of our new Gift of Learning Series, a number of free lectures and workshops presented by CMC students and staff at our Lappala Center in Carbondale during the spring 2014 semester. Topics cover a wide variety of subjects.
Thursday April 24 5pm
“Master 4 Listening Styles and Take Your Relationships to the Next Level” – Michelle Lefebvre, CMC Adjunct Instructor
When you open your mouth, do you seal the deal or kill the deal? Your leadership and your success depend on how well you present yourself, your ideas and your values – and on how well you listen to others.
In this session you’ll walk away with techniques to:
• Identify your listening style
• Create strong bonds and relationships through the power of listening.
• Challenge your own status quo.
To learn more, call 963-2172. Everyone is welcome to attend. There is no charge and no need to R.S.V.P.