2018
June 18-20
Anaheim, CA

Engaging Online Curriculum That Helps First-Year Students Persist and Complete

(unscheduled)
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Capistrano
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Personalized career and college planning can be wrapped up in a student-friendly package that engages even the most at-risk first-year students. Come hear how instructors at Cuyamaca College teach an online freshman seminar course specifically designed for their rapidly growing distance-learning populations. Participants will get faculty and staff access to the full curriculum online that will be integrated with Blackboard, Canvas or your college LMS. This engaging, student-friendly curriculum can be used in your online and hybrid classes. This curriculum works for most subject areas to implement online student success and career development strategies into your course.

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