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Climate Justice in Action

Mountain Landscape

Session dates and times will be determined based on participants’ schedules This asynchronous learning community will provide significant support to faculty who want to develop and implement a climate justice-focused student project, within a local community, in their course.   Student projects should be implemented in courses during the 2019 – 2020 academic year and ...more about Climate Justice in Action

Parable of the Sower


Holding onto our humanity in the face of what may be coming as a result of the climate crisis will be a never-ending challenge, but also a determining factor in whether this crisis turns us toward one another or pits us against each other. The Parable of the Sower, set in California in the 2020s, ...more about Parable of the Sower

Creating Animated Videos – NEW

Animated video

Want to engage students in the online environment right from the start? This workshop helps faculty make their own animated videos to use in Canvas courses! Participants will be using Powtoon to create, edit, publish and share a video – either a self-introduction, welcome, or tutorial video. This interactive and hands-on workshop will help you ...more about Creating Animated Videos – NEW

Online Teaching Squares

Online Teaching and Learning

This workshop is for instructors who have taught online courses and completed CANVAS 101 training or its equivalent. Online Teaching Squares allows experienced faculty with intermediate to advanced levels of Canvas skills to gain new perspectives and insights into their online courses. To start, we will review basic online teaching best practices. Based on those ...more about Online Teaching Squares

Preparing for the Interview

Job Interview

This 2-session workshop focuses on preparing for a college faculty interview. You’ve made the first cut, and maybe even the second! Now you are called in for the interview. An interview for a full-time faculty position may include a variety of components: a campus tour, a meet and greet of potential colleagues, a timed question/answer ...more about Preparing for the Interview

Writing Your Diversity Statement

Human Diversity

Do you have a Diversity Statement? Could you articulate it in writing? What about in an in-person interview? A Diversity Statement is now  a requirement for any employment in higher education and being able to clearly articulate your commitment to diversity and equity is also important for promotional purposes. This workshop will focus on helping ...more about Writing Your Diversity Statement

The Habits of Highly Effective Professionals: Connecting Through LinkedIn

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Are you LinkedIn? Connected to other professionals in your field OR is your profile frozen in time? Come and see why LinkedIn is a powerful tool for higher education professionals. Please join us for an overview as we also provide one-on-one advice on your profile. Not just for job applications but to participate in groups, ...more about The Habits of Highly Effective Professionals: Connecting Through LinkedIn

Updating Your Faculty CV

Notebook representing writing

Is it time to update your CV? Are you confident you know the difference between a resume or CV? How do other college instructors structure their CV? Join current and former BC Center for Career Connections staff and your colleagues in this 2-session workshop designed to support your newest CV updates, whether you’re applying for ...more about Updating Your Faculty CV

My BC-SharePoint, OneDrive, Groups, and OneNote for Faculty!

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Back by popular demand!   Come to one session or come to each in A109B MyBC-SharePoint—The Basics: Wednesday, October 16, 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. Introduction to My BC-SharePoint Permissions overview Understand when and why to use a SharePoint site MyBC-SharePoint—Libraries: Thursday, October 17, 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. Prerequisite: Familiar with MyBC SharePoint Create Views in ...more about My BC-SharePoint, OneDrive, Groups, and OneNote for Faculty!