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Warm Up 2021: Tuesday Schedule

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9 am

How to Excel During Remote Learning: What Academic Integrity Really Means 

Are you looking to succeed in your studies? Do you want to make a positive impression that will put you on the path to success? You CAN build your professional reputation, without meeting face-to-face with instructors and classmates. In this session, we will look at the fundamental values of academic integrity and discuss what honesty, trust, respect, truth, responsibility, fairness and courage look like in online learning. 

Presenter: Lisa Vogt

Date:   Tuesday, January 5
Time:   9 am - 10 am
Location:   Online WebEx event. Please use the registration button; you will be emailed the access link.
Link to join:   Click here to join the live session.
Register to save your spot: 
CLICK AND REGISTER for January 5 @ 9am

10 am

College Readiness Math Assessment: Fractions

Join Michael as he provides a focused review on fractions. The second part of this session will be devoted to answering questions that students bring to the workshop. 

Would you prefer to meet with Michael individually? You can book a 15-minute appointment with Michael for help with tackling any of your suggested College Readiness Math modules after completing the assessment. For instructions on how to book, visit our Warm Up Appointments page.

Staff Tutor: Michael Okrainec 

Date:   Tuesday, January 5
Time:    10 am - 11 am 
Location:   This is a drop-in event, use the link below to join the discussion.
Recording Link:   Click here to view the recording.

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

Date:   Tuesday, January 5
Time:   10 am - 11 am
Location:   This is a self-directed remote learning event ~ work at your own pace 
Link:   LEARN link

11 am

Mindful Movement

This practice will involve beginner tai chi, yoga, and stretching guided by the breath. The session is 20 minutes and can be done with limited space. There is no need to change your clothes. This session will change your mind! 

Presenter: Randi-Mae Stanford Leibold

Date:   Tuesday, January 5
Time:   11:00am - 11:20am
Location:   This is an online event. Please register below to receive the meeting link.
Register:   Step 1: Click here to create your Mindwell account.
Step 2: After you have created your Mindwell account, click this link to register.
Step 3: Under Tuesday, select "Mindful Movement", check "January 05 2021", and click "Register"
Step 4: You will receive an email confirmation from "Team Mindwell" that includes the link to join.
How to join:   The link to join the session can be found in the confirmation email you received after registering.

Yoga with Holly

This 30 minute yoga class is suitable for all ability levels. Participants will be able to see Holly demonstrate, however participants themselves will not be visible to others. 

Presenter: Holly

Date:   Tuesday, January 5
Time:   11:30am - 12:00pm
Location:   Online Webex Event          
Link to join:   Click here to register                                                                            

12 pm

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? The 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

Date:   Tuesday, January 5
Time:   12 pm - 1 pm
Location:   Online WebEx event. Please use the registration button; you will be emailed the access link.
Register to save your spot: 
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Library Help Desk ~ Drop-in

Do you have a question about what resources and services the library offers or how to use them? Have an assignment and need to find articles, books, websites, statistical information, videos, or some other type of information? Drop by our virtual desk to talk to us and find out how we can help you. 

Presenter: Bettina Allen

Date:   Tuesday, January 5
Time:   12 pm - 1 pm
Location:   This is a drop-in event, use the link below to join the discussion.
Link:    WebEx Meeting Room

1 pm

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

Date:   Tuesday, January 5
Time:   1 pm - 2 pm
Location:  
Webex
Recording Link:   Click here to view the workshop recording.
Register to save your spot:
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2 pm

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

Date:   Tuesday, January 5
Time:   2 pm - 3 pm
Location:   This is a self-directed remote learning event ~ work at your own pace 
Link:   LEARN link

3 pm

Stress Management

This workshop will present a systematic and holistic approach to managing stress related to college studies and life in general. Participants will apply their learning by using the AAABC framework, developing a plan to address one particular stressor. 

Presenter: Breanna Lynn Sawatzky

Date:  Tuesday, January 5
Time:  3 pm - 3:50pm
Location:  Webex
Link to join:  Click here to join the live session.
Register to save your spot:  
CLICK AND REGISTER for January 5 @ 3pm

4 pm

Immigration Essentials You Need to Know 

As an international student, you will need to maintain valid immigration documents to live, study or work in Canada. Our International Student & Immigration Advisor will walk you through what you need to know as you prepare for your studies to maintain and comply with your immigration status. 

Presenter: Della Chen 

Date:   Tuesday, January 5
Time:   4 pm - 4:50 pm
Location:   Online WebEx Event.
Register:   Click here to register for this event. Password: CIEGP21

Tip of the Day

How can I get the most out of my textbook?

Under different circumstances, your approach to reading text varies depending on the voice in which the material’s narrative is written. You may have a preferred approach that has worked well for you in the past. However, as more cases become confirmed, you may feel the stress of the news weigh more heavily on your mind.

You may be finding it increasingly difficult to concentrate on assigned readings, because of the direction your mind is wandering in. You may find it is taking longer to figure out which lecture notes you need to write down to study from.

 

Supports for You!

Library Services

Through online chat, email, and virtual meetings, Library staff can assist you in finding online resources to support your assignments, papers and more (whether from the Library collection or external sources), locating sources for an assignment or other research, and learning how to use online collections and databases.

 

Resources:

 

LinkedIn Learning Videos:

(RRC email and password required)

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  • Academic Success Centre
  • Library Services
  • Guest Speakers 
  • Self-directed Learning