Month: June 2014

Faculty Insights: Teaching Inspired by Great Teachers, Passionate Students

MCC culinary arts instructor Brian O’Malley went to college to learn architecture, but quickly realized that cooking was something he “could give (himself) to wholly” and find great satisfaction in. One of the great benefits to working in the culinary

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Intro to Blackboard: Posting Your Syllabus

The syllabus — that hallowed contract between instructor and student — is a crucial part of the learning environment. One of the big benefits of using a learning management system is the ease of the distributing the syllabus to students

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Faculty Insights: Inspiring Students to ‘Want to Learn’

Horticulture instructor Kris Engler talks about her passion for environmental science and her journey into her role as a full-time landscape design educator here at MCC. She’s building technology into her courses to encourage job readiness and with the aim

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Select MCC Summer Courses Offered in Blackboard Learn

This summer, a small group of MCC online students and faculty will have the opportunity to help shape our new learning management system.

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