All of us have blog ideas to share from our personal practice that would benefit others, yet choosing the relevant information to share can be as challenging as learning to fish. Fortunately, there are some guidelines to help writing edublog entries. Much like a fishing tackle box, certain elements combine to meet any contextual need.… Continue Reading Ideas worth sharing, but what is the lure?
The librarians at NMC’s Mark & Helen Osterlin Library can help your students develop their research skills. If you have an assignment that requires finding, evaluating, and incorporating information sources, librarians can visit your class or your class can visit the library. Library sessions can be as brief as 15 minutes or as long as… Continue Reading NMC Librarians Are Ready to Assist Your Classes
Turning your course on, or making it “visible”, for students is a little different. Click on the link below for a quick tutorial on how to make your course “visible”. Tutorial link for turning on your course, or see below.
It’s Office 2013 BUT, don’t panic, Office 2013 is compatible with Office 2010 documents, and they haven’t moved things around like they did in previous upgrades! You can open and edit your PowerPoint presentations, Word documents, Excel files, and other Office 2010 files, and save in either 2010 or 2013 format. However, when opening and… Continue Reading There’s something new on classroom computers
As you start preparing for the semester, please take a moment to consider Copyright and how it affects you, your course content, and students. To help you brush up, take a moment and review the following brochure, “Know your Copy Rights”. Also check out our information on copyright from the teaching@NMC site! This page will… Continue Reading Copyright: Brushing Up