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Center for Teaching @ NVCC: NVCC CFT Programs and Events for March - May, 2021

Thursday, March 4th at 11:00 AM  Library Database Spotlight on Business

Librarians will highlight some of the best resources for Business, including ABI/Inform, Small Business Reference Center, Statista, MainFile company profiles, and newspapers such as the New York Times and Wall Street Journal. 

Use this link to create your free account to the New York Times for students, staff, and faculty of NVCC.
Event Link: https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/28f640a5f10140339196e5427222fbd0 

Thursday, March 11 at 12:30 PM   The Sacred Syllabi: Applying an Equity Lens to Our Contractual Obligation to Students (co-sponsored by the Social Justice Series)

In this interactive and hands-on virtual workshop, professors Cocchiola, Taylor, and McGary will provide a space to assess our assumptions, values, attitudes, and beliefs that shape our teaching.  It's an opportunity to discern how our syllabus welcomes students, affirms them, demystifies college, our expectations, and the course requirements as well as challenging policies and practices that may disadvantage historically marginalized students.  Begin the journey as we think about the experiences of each and every student and our responsibility to provide a contract that is both inclusive and equitable. 

Event Link: https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/b345bdeb6e81420a9f41dccb770c38f3 

Friday, March 26th at 10:00 – 11:00 AM  Your Story of Resilience: A facilitated writing workshop    As a way to continue this fall’s Spirit of Teaching program, this workshop will allow faculty to identify a personal time of resilience and explore it through lightly facilitated writing prompts and exercises. Participants don’t have to have attended previous sessions to attend the workshop, however all are encouraged to share their own stories of resilience. Learning to trust one’s own writing voice is an ongoing process with which to both strengthen personal writing practice and inform the teaching of it to our students. Hosted by Cindy Eastman, Adjunct Professor of English. 
Event Link: https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/70c6e19280da4ed18db92f1e199e83ec 

Wednesday, April 7 at 3-4 PM  Bring Hamilton into the room where it happens: your classroom! 

Please join Professors Gil Harel and Chris Rempfer as they share how you can use the musical Hamilton to illuminate a variety of pedagogical and disciplinary best practices in your classrooms with a contemporary resource that speaks your students’ language. We have ideas to aid you conceptually and practically in a wide variety of disciplines: History, English, Communications, Sociology, Anthropology, Political Science - 
even Mathematics! Everyone knows Hamilton is brilliant. We’ll discuss why and offer opportunities to help Hamilton kick-start your curriculum!  
Event Link: https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/a44f1bbcc93c463aa63c976e263388a1 

Thursday, April 15th at 12:30 PM  Library Database Spotlight on English

Librarians will highlight some of the best resources for English, including Writer’s Reference Center, Bloom’s Literature, the Gale Series Drama, Poetry, and Short Stories for Students, Literary Reference Center Plus, and JSTOR. 
Event Link: https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/519d1bab16dd4ca3a213928d72ddbbc6 

Tuesday, May 4th @ 12:30 PM  Library Database Spotlight on the Arts

Librarians will highlight some of the best resources for the Arts, including Films on Demand, ArtStor, Swank Digital Campus, JSTOR, and more.  
Event Link:  https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/67e59a12b2e240948dcb0289f8bd2f99