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Set up your grades for student success! In this training, Joe & Chris will teach you how to manage all of your class’s grade calculations using Blackboard’s Grade Center. Attendees will learn how to: create a manual grade center column, enter grades into a grade center column, access and assign grades to auto-created columns from existing Blackboard assessments and ensure that students always see the most up to date calculation of their grades. More
Starts Starts: 2/3/2023 2:00 PM
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Our students rely on the accuracy of grades in Bb. Are your Grade Center Totals correct? Do you need to set up or tweak your Weighted Total column? Chris & Joe will show you some winter magic to make your grades just right so you're confident about what grade your students have! PLEASE HAVE YOUR SYLLABUS AVAILABLE FOR THIS SESSION. More
Starts Starts: 2/3/2023 3:15 PM
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Student Life in collaboration with The Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Pan African Caucus, College Life Committee, and Institutional Advancement, are proud to welcome Award Winning Scholar, Author, Public Intellectual, and Social Justice Advocate, Dr. Dorothy Roberts to NCC on Monday, February 13, 2023 at 7 PM in Lipkin Theatre, Kopecek Hall and on Zoom for her presentation on “Ending the Legacy of Racism in Medicine”. Dr. Roberts’ work has also been focused in the area of “Reproductive Justice”, a term coined in the early 1990s to provide a larger framework beyond “choice” – often focused solely on abortion access. Reproductive Justice begins with these foundational rights: 1) The right of women to have children, 2) The right of women to not have children, 3) The right of women to raise their children in safe and healthy environment, and 4) The right to bodily autonomy. More
Starts Starts: 2/6/2023 10:00 AM
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Diffused Reality Photography Lecture by Daniel Marcolina
 
Mr. Marcolina’s lecture will be in conjunction with an exhibition of his diffused reality photographs in the Gallery in Communications Hall on the Bethlehem Campus. Drawing on his 35-year design career, his talk will demonstrate how to create dynamic personalized imagery using his original photographs through an AI/AR workflow as well as present additional info on how these new digital tools can bring photography into new fields of virtual education. The lecture will cover the following: 1. Tips from Mr. Marcolina’s book “iPhone Obsessed” on how to shoot and process photos on the iPhone. 2. Demonstrate the Artificial Intelligence workflow described in “iPhone Obsessed” with tips and tricks to get started quickly. 3. Demonstrate how a single source image can be exploited to a new level or new meaning using examples from the exhibit in Communications Hall. 4. Demonstrate the post process of upscaling, cleanup, post manipulation and color correction to obtain a gallery ready image. 5. Demonstrate how design tools and techniques are used to enhance the photography experience like Augmented Reality /Virtual Reality and Animation. More
Starts Starts: 2/9/2023 11:00 AM
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Join us on Saturday, February 18 2023 for NCC's Professional Development Conference for Adjunct and Full-Time Faculty. (9:00 a.m.-3 p.m.) More
Starts Starts: 2/18/2023 9:00 AM
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This session will discuss strategies to enhance the College’s commitment to diversity and inclusion and infuse strategies learned from our recent USC Equity Certificate experience. More
Starts Starts: 3/2/2023 11:00 AM
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Kimberle' Crenshaw, civil rights advocate and a legal scholar, says about Critical Race Theory: "It's not so much a thing, it's a way of looking at a thing." In this session, we will discuss what CRT "isn't" and "is", why it is controversial, and how it relates to our work at NCC. More
Starts Starts: 3/14/2023 11:00 AM
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Sponsored by the Women's Caucus, this session will look at challenges women and caregivers face in the workplace—lack of childcare support, harassment or biased and discriminatory behavior—share examples, and brainstorm ways we can address them through discussion or training to improve the working environment for all women at NCC. More
Starts Starts: 3/22/2023 10:00 AM
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This session will provide attendees with historical context regarding Title IX and it’s impacts on our work as educators. This session is not a replacement of the mandatory Title IX training delivered by Human Resources. More
Starts Starts: 3/23/2023 11:00 AM
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We will focus briefly on the concept of White Privilege and will explore a White Racial Identity Development model designed to describe how White individuals can progress from racist to non-racist (and even activist) identities. Zoom link: https://northampton-edu.zoom.us/j/98146230578?pwd=S0Q3bXpJNGNrVWFEWjRJLytuVmZuUT09 More
Starts Starts: 3/30/2023 11:00 AM
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Have you heard the term "ableism"? It's a word that many have heard of but do not necessarily know what it is. For persons who identify themselves with disabilities or perceived as disabled, ableism is too often a part of their lived experiences. This webinar will introduce you to the term ableism, provide some examples, and explore ways we all can "unlearn" ableism. More
Starts Starts: 4/6/2023 11:00 AM
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Kimberle' Crenshaw, civil rights advocate and a legal scholar, says about Critical Race Theory: "It's not so much a thing, it's a way of looking at a thing." In this session, we will discuss what CRT "isn't" and "is", why it is controversial, and how it relates to our work at NCC. More
Starts Starts: 4/14/2023 1:00 PM
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