Dr. Scott Brandt, Medical Director of ThriveMD, presents “The Future of Medicine is NOW: How Regenerative Medicine Can Restore Physical Function and Performance”. Dr. Brandt will explore how your own stem cells carry huge potential to restore an active, pain-free life. Autologous Cell Therapy is one of the newest and most innovative avenues in Regenerative Medicine. Dr. Brandt will walk us through the minimally invasive procedure that has the potential to relieve pain and repair damage in any joint or tendon. These procedures can often delay or eliminate the need for more invasive surgeries and the potential complications associated with them.
Greenhouse design meeting #2
Growing Spaces Geodesic Domes
Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute
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 10:55 am for La Boheme. Tickets are $10 for students, $16 for seniors and $20 for adults. For more information and to purchase tickets click here.
Join CMC instructor Dr. Georgina Cornwall for this open Canvas “office hour” online (and not at the Aspen campus as was previously scheduled.) Ask her your Canvas questions and get live online help. Drop-ins welcome and no registration is required. “George” Cornwall will provide assistance on a first-come, first-served basis.
Simply use this link to join the live web-conference; the link will open for joining at 3:30pm. Copy and paste this link into your browser:
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Innovations at (970) 947-8408 or via email at email@example.com.
Dr. Georgina Cornwall
No advance registration is required. We will track attendance and so your participation will be listed on your CMC professional development transcript. To view yours: Log into WebAdvisor > Credit Students menu> Transcript > choose Employee Training in the drop-down menu. Add more professional development to your transcript and life!
Taskstream’s cloud-based tools advance effective assessment and help you set strategic goals, address accountability, and demonstrate continuous improvement. This training will address both novice and intermediate-level topics including:
- how to access TaskStream
- what TaskStream is used for
- the tools you will use inside TaskStream
- who has edit access or read access
- how to find online resources for help
- understanding what a workspace or an affiliation is
- how to use the rubric maker
- how to use the email tool to have a group discussion
- how to enter outcomes into TaskStream
- And more!
WebAdvisor Registration Information
14/SP TRN901 CS35 (SYN: 81882)
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.
Join us for an evening with the Summit Choral Society as they present “Arts in the Community”.
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)
Join us with Summit Reads “Getting Green Done” by Auden Schendler and a panel of experts at the Eileen and Paul Finkel Auditorium at CMC Breckenridge.
Learn all about the new, number-one-requested feature in Canvas, coming to CMC’s Canvas system for the Summer 2014 semester: Draft State! Draft State allows an instructor to make Assignments, Quizzes, Modules, Pages, and Discussions invisible to students and exclude them from grade calculations. Draft State is designed specifically for instructors and affects nearly every part of Canvas when it’s activated for your course. We will address:
- how to work with Draft state as an instructor with Modules, Pages, Assignments, Discussions, and Quizzes
- setting up your course’s homepage with Draft State
- what students will and won’t see as you work with Draft State
- We’ll finish with open Canvas Q&A.
Read about Draft State now at http://tinyurl.com/draftstate
WebAdvisor Registration Information
We suggest that you register for this training via WebAdvisor using the following information:
14/SP TRN901 CS135 (SYN: 84695)