2010 Kick-Offs

Fall 2010: Faculty Best Practices Workshop
Communication in Academic Contexts

Thursday, August 12th, 2010
8:00 am - 2:00 pm
Astroth Community Education Center

Agenda

Two Plenary Sessions

Opening faculty panel of HCC Communications Learning Outcomes
Closing presentation by John Hooker, Communications Department, Illinois State University

Six Breakout Sessions

Footsteps in the Sand: Guiding Developmental Students to Reading, Writing, and Mathematical Success
Good Communication: A Vital Component of Service Learning
Communicating with Non-Native Speakers
Improving Student Communication Skills through Process Work and Support Services
Creating a Communicative Climate for Student Disclosure
Non-Violent Communication Approaches

Faculty Poster Presentations

Communication Connects Community

Exhibits and Displays by Numerous HCC Units

Light Breakfast and Lunch

Resources from the Fall 2010 HCC Faculty Best Practices

John Ernst, Professor II of Communication and Film Studies, Humanities and Fine Arts

Links to Studies Referenced

Nancy Evans, Distinguished Professor of Business, Social and Business Sciences

Phil Vandiver, Professor I of Digital Media Technology, Technology

Links to Materials Referenced

Barb McLaughlin-Olson, Professor I of Nursing, Health and Human Services

Lisa Putnam Cole, Professor II of Reading in Academic Support, Academic Support

Julie Fraser, Assistant Professor of English, Humanities and Fine Arts

Improving Student Communication Skills through Process Work and Support Services

Jami Spencer, Assistant Professor of English, Humanities and Fine Arts

Good Communication: A Vital Component of Service Learning

Paul Folger, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Heartland Community College

Community as Educator: Using Bloomington-Normal to Enhance State and Local Government

Anita Moore, Director of Disability Support, Testing and Tutoring Services, Academic Support

Creating a Communicative Climate for Student Disclosure

Alaina Winters, Associate Professor of Communication, Humanities and Fine Arts

Teaching Using Nonviolent Communication Practices

John Hooker, Communications Department, Illinois State University

Knowing isn't Teaching: Bridging the Gap with Communication

"Fall 2010 HCC Faculty Best Practices Call for Proposals" (PDF)
"Fall 2010 HCC Faculty Best Practices Agenda" (PDF)
"Fall 2010 HCC Faculty Best Practices Evaluation Results" (PDF)

Spring 2010: Faculty Best Practices Workshop
Academic Integrity: principles, policies and pedagogy

Thursday, January 7th, 2010
8:00 am - 2:10 pm
CCB 1406/1407

Resources from the Spring 2010 HCC Faculty Best Practices

Dr. Amy Robillard, Assistant Professor of English, Illinois State University

Paper titled: How Metaphors Shape Our Approaches to Plagiarism (PDF),
accompanying PowerPoint presentation: Plagiarism Metaphor (Microsoft PowerPoint file),
and bibliography (PDF).

Dr. Kathleen Collins, HCC Dean of Student Affairs

Suggested reading: Applying the Power of Association on Campus: A Model Code of Academic Integrity (PDF) by Gary Pavela,
accompanying PowerPoint presentation (PDF),
and Rutgers University policies, procedures, and info: http://academicintegrity.rutgers.edu/integrity.shtml.

Betty Pilchard, HCC Professor of Accounting, and Deb Gentry, IDC Director

PowerPoint presentation related to plagiarism case study taken from book Ethics in Action: Case Thirty-Six: Plagiarism (Microsoft PowerPoint file),
accompanying handout: C-A-R-V-E Schema (PDF),
and Center for Teaching Ethics in the Professions and Ethics Bowl program: http://ethics.iit.edu/.

"Spring 2010 HCC Faculty Best Practices Call for Proposals" (PDF)
"Spring 2010 HCC Faculty Best Practices Agenda" (PDF)
"Spring 2010 HCC Faculty Best Practices Evaluation Results" (PDF)

Contact the IDC

2401 Student Commons Building
Heartland Community College
1500 West Raab Road
Normal, IL 61761

Traci Van Prooyen

Director of Online Learning and Instructional Technologies
SCB 2301
Email: Traci.VanProoyen@heartland.edu 
Phone: 309-268-8288

Lisa Putnam Cole

Distinguished Professor of Reading
Coordinator of Faculty Academies
SCB 2304
EmailLisa.Cole@heartland.edu 
Phone: 309-268-8407