February – March 2014
Developing and delivering a great online course is a challenge with constantly evolving technology and industry standards, so the Online Course Quality Task Force worked hard last fall to do the research for you! This team of CMC faculty and staff established a set of standards and best practices to ensure CMC online courses are consistently high-quality learning environments that facilitate active learning and a positive learning and teaching environment. Join Karen Kaemmerling, Instructional Chair for Online Learning, to discuss online course design and delivery standards established by the CMC Online Course Quality Task Force. This live one hour webinar will encourage open discussion, questions, and feedback about the recommendations of the committee.
This webinar will be held via a Collaborate web conference. The link to join the webinar will be sent via email to registered participants; you can also contact the webinar’s instructor for the link.
Visit this webpage ahead of time to check your browser and ensure sure it’s ready for use with Blackboard Collaborate webconferencing. If you are not familiar with Blackboard Collaborate, then we suggest that you watch this 7-minute Participant Orientation tutorial video.
WebAdvisor Registration Information
14/SP TRN901 CS51 (SYN: 82025)
Please register for this training via WebAdvisor.
Problems registering? Check out our Registration Video Tutorial or contact the IT Department’s Service Desk for help registering with WebAdvisor at 970-947-8438 or 866-642-0495.
Personnel who enter section data into the College’s software program are required to take this training.
Please join us with The Metropolitan Opera Live in HD at the CMC Eileen and Paul Finkel Auditorium in Breckenridge 107 Denison Placer Road, Saturday at 10 am for Prince Igor. Tickets are $10 for students, $16 for seniors and $20 for adults. For more information and to purchase tickets please follow the link below.
FREE event and open to the public
An evening for the public with three leading Alzheimer’s research scientists.
Exciting scientific progress is being made in discovering potential ways to predict, treat, delay and even prevent Alzheimer’s Disease. Concurrent with its joint scientific research conferences on Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Diseases, Silverthorne-based nonprofit Keystone Symposia is hosting a free evening event for the public with three leading Alzheimer’s researchers: Dr. David M. Holtzman from Washington University School of Medicine, Dr. Richard Mayeux from Columbia University and New York Presbyterian Hospital, and Dr. John Q. Trojanowski from the University of Pennsylvania. Brief presentations by the panelists will be followed by audience Q&A.
Tickets are $10 at the door with prizes from Voile, Swany, and Kind Snacks
Beyond The Resume, Creating Your Personal Brand and Career Plan.
Improve your skills in marketing yourself for the next job or promotion.
Identify strategies to create a plan for pursuing your career choice and implementing actions for success.
Date: Fridays, March 7th, 21st, 28th
Time: 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Place: CMC Dillon Cost: $59*
Taught by: Mary Ann Looby, Class: Syn #80870
CMC College Counselor
*This course is FREE to current CMC credit students.
Use Syn #81565 to register.