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|Instructional Technology Help Available|
Instructional Technologist Kim McMurtry will hold an open lab for faculty from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 4 in Frith 109. Faculty are encouraged to visit the lab during this time for assistance with any course-related software (Moodle, PowerPoint, DropBox, etc.).
If you wanted to attend a hands-on workshop but missed it, this is a great opportunity to learn something new, ask questions and get ready for spring courses. Registration is not needed, just drop by!
|Support Services Assessment Plan|
A special thanks to everyone for their work this year in improving the University's assessment process. For those who have not completed their 2012 assessment plan, the mission, goals, objectives and strategies should be entered into Compliance Assist as soon as possible (they were originally due Aug. 31).
The fiscal year 2013 assessment plan, must be entered into Compliance Assist by Dec. 20.
To enter your information into Compliance Assist,
|Whose Life Are You Changing?|
Tony Robbins, self-help author and motivational speaker, said, "By changing nothing, nothing changes."
Whose life are you trying to change? There are people around you every day whose life can be changed for the better with a college education. Please be an instrument of positive change for those persons and encourage them to consider enrolling for a degree program at Averett University (adult or high school student). Recruiting for Averett is as easy as forwarding a name, address and phone number to Dr. Stuart Jones, our vice president for enrollment management.
We want to share the story of the life you are trying to change, so please remember to email Stuart at email@example.com about your efforts to change a life.
A warm Averett welcome is extended to:
Jason Ferrell who joins the Aramark family as the North Campus grounds supervisor. Jason is a graduate of Virginia Tech where he majored in turf management.
"Jason's knowledge of turf management will enhance our grounds program," said Alonzo Jones, director of facilities. "We ask you to join us in welcoming Jason to campus."
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