As SPSCC–and nearly every other educational institution–moves to remote learning, you may be thinking about how you will complete your classes online. Limited access to public computers and other technology adds a new challenge to this unique moment. While some things will happen a bit differently this quarter there are a lot of resources available to help you prepare for a successful Spring Quarter.
Article via MasonWebTV
For the past 15 years, Lea Sorley, RN, has worked as a registered nurse in the Surgery Department at Mason General Hospital, a job she excels at because she prioritizes teamwork and keeping patients safe. Her can-do attitude and positive demeanor inspires her coworkers each day to come together and care for patients. Mason Health is proud to name Lea Sorley the March Employee of the Month.
One tool that many classes will utilize is Zoom, a free software program that allows for synchronous video meetings, or what we’re calling “virtual” delivery of class. You can use Zoom on a computer, tablet, or your phone. If you've never used it, you can join an SPSCC Student Test session before the start of Spring Quarter.
To join a session:
Prepare to join the Zoom Meeting.
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By Molly Gilmore
How is South Puget Sound Community College keeping its Juror’s Invitational exhibition on schedule when the college is closed and people have been ordered to stay home?
It’s using social media. The third annual invitational is the first local show to be produced entirely online.
Attending college in Washington State, and really the whole world, looks a bit different right now. After Governor Jay Inslee's recent "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order, you may be thinking it's best to put your college plans on hold. However, both state and federal funding for education is able to serve more students than ever, and many community colleges are making it easier than ever to enroll and register.
SPSCC today announced its two students being recognized as members of the All-Washington Academic Team. The March 24 event hosting students from each of the state’s 34 community and technical colleges was canceled, but SPSCC plans to celebrate SPSCC students Deena Benmouloud and Ashley Diaz in other creative ways. Gov. Jay Inslee proclaimed March 24, 2020, the All-Washington Academic Team Day.
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