Shifting Paradigms: Re-Imagining Student Success

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Friday, April 6

10:30am EDT

Going All-In with Corequisite Writing at Berkshire Community College
This year BCC adopted the corequisite model for all developmental writing.  Why did we go “all-in”?  Is it working?  We’ll talk about this, and you'll have a chance to discuss what’s happening at your schools and learn from each other.

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Chris Laney

Professor of History, Berkshire Community College
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Nell McCabe

Associate Professor, Berkshire Community College
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Nicole Mooney

Associate Professor of English/Department Chair, Berkshire Community College
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Charles Park

Associate Professor, English, Berkshire Community College

Friday April 6, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
M-302 Melville Hall

10:30am EDT

Train Like You Fight! Building a Standardized Scenario Program
Do you need strategies to develop realistic interdisciplinary simulation on a shoestring budget? Are you struggling to translate your ideas into a standardized scenario? Do you have great ideas, successes, or missteps to share? This is the interactive session for you!

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Kimberly Altavesta

Mass Bay Community College

Lise Johnson-Kinahan

Mass Bay Community College

Friday April 6, 2018 10:30am - 11:15am EDT
H-110 Hawthorne Hall

11:30am EDT

Rethinking Information Literacy: Using Credo's Modules and Library Created Tools
In this post-truth era, Information Literacy skills are crucial to student success. This panel of BCC librarians, faculty, and staff will demonstrate our multi-pronged strategy for teaching these skills using both Credo’s new Information Literacy Modules, and Library created active-learning resources. Directed at everyone who works with students, including tutors, TRIO and Project Link staff, as well as Faculty, AT professionals and Administrators, this session is designed to show educators how they can easily add interactive modules to their curriculum, with or without the Library.   Berkshire Community College is pioneering the integration of Credo's InfoLit Modules.  A February 2018 webinar presentation describing their approach was attended by over seventy educators across the United States and Canada, including Fordham University and Texas A & M.  In addition to Credo, BCC is adding Guide On The Side modules and other interactive tools to further augment online, interactive learning of information literacy principles.  Come join us an find out how these tools can work for you!

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Karen Carreras-Hubbard

Coordinator of Library Services, Berkshire Community College
Talk to me about Libraries, Information Literacy and Event Programming. I've spent over twenty-five years as a librarian and library director in academic, special and public libraries. My experience includes information literacy curriculum development and assessment, library/archival... Read More →
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Janet Collins

Moodle Administrator, Berkshire Community College

Matthew Palardy

Academic Tutor, Berkshire Community College
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Andrea Robare

Reference Librarian, Berkshire Community College

Julianna Spallholz

Associate Professor, English, Berkshire Community College

Bruce Winn

Associate Professor, Environments & Life Sciences, Berkshire Community College

Friday April 6, 2018 11:30am - 12:15pm EDT
M-209 Melville Hall