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Warm Up - Onboarding Program: Day 2

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Online Tutorial

Academic Integrity

Academic integrity refers to the values of maintaining honesty and fairness in the learning environment. Students must demonstrate their knowledge and skills while integrating the work and ideas of others in appropriate ways. The Academic Integrity tutorial uses positive language that encourages students to build their reputation in the classroom to prepare for their future careers.

This resource is available on an ongoing basis as part of our Self-directed Learning supports.

Contact: Lisa Vogt

LEARN Link: Click here to self-enroll.

Facilitated Session

A Thought Experiment in Copyright 

Do you ever wonder how all that content gets shared on social media and the internet? Did you know RRC has a Copyright Policy for all students and staff? Do you know who owns Copyright to photos taken when a monkey steals your camera and takes a picture? Are you ever worried you might infringe on Copyright? This recorded session provides resources for navigating copyright as well as a base understanding of the responsibilities we have in respecting Copyright law and policy when using copyrighted materials. 

Presenter: Ebony Novakowski

Recording Link: Click here to view the recording.

Facilitated Session

Setting Goals and Building Habits

Successful people set goals. As a college student, it is integral to identify and state your goals in a clear and direct way in order to stay motivated and on the right track. One way you can work toward meeting your goals is by building positive habits into your everyday life. By taking small steps in the right direction, you can ultimately find success in your college program.  

Presenter: Meg Loewen

Recording Link: Click here to view the recording.

Online Tutorial

Time Management Skills

Many students are inexperienced in planning for grocery shopping, cooking, and exercising, and as a result, develop poor health. Similarly, students can be unsure of how to schedule enough time to complete assignments, attend online classes, and study for tests, and as a result, fail courses. The Time Management Skills tutorial is designed to help students manage their time, make healthy choices, and prioritize their tasks so they can succeed with online learning.

This resource is available on an ongoing basis as part of our Self-directed Learning supports.

Contact: Rebecca Hiebert

LEARN Link: Click here to self-enroll.

Welcome!

Tip of the Day

How can I manage testing anxiety?

With COVID-19, it is more than understandable that you may be feeling quite anxious right now. This anxiety may even be amplified by having to navigate the waters of online learning. Do you have any existing coping strategies that help you?

We find that focusing on breathing, emphasizing positive self-talk, scheduling down-time to reinvest in interests, prioritizing your physical health through exercising, engaging in mindfulness, and most importantly, identifying the source of your anxiety can help reduce the amount you feel.

 

Supports for You!

Counselling Services

Professional and registered counsellors help students deal with personal concerns that may be affecting their studies or personal well-being. They’ll work with students to explore what’s happening in their lives and help them identify strategies to help.

 

Resources:

 

LinkedIn Learning Videos:

(RRC email and password required)

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