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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 1008 / Rm 336

How to use and empower yourself with LinkedIn Learning

By Elma Clark

Teaching and Learning

Through data-driven analytics and customized learning content, LinkedIn Learning partners with higher ed to supplement curricula and position students to obtain the careers of tomorrow, while also advancing the skills of faculty, staff, and alumni.

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 17 / Rm 162

Beyond CRAAP: Practical Info Literacy in Tumultuou

By Cristy Moran, Dutka Andrew

Teaching and Learning
With terms like “post-truth” and “post-fact” defining the era, we must work harder to cut through the CRAAP of news and information. Information literacy teaching tools like CRAAP set a good baseline for evaluating the sources we encounter online, but we need to consider other critical factors. In this session, we will challenge ourselves to ask important questions about who creates content, what message it’s sending, and who’s voice we should trust.
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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 13 / Rm 132

Introduction to Immersive Technologies

By Annie Myer

Technology & Innovation

What is Immersive technology? It refers to technology that attempts to emulate a physical world through the means of a digital or simulated world by creating a surrounding sensory feeling, thereby creating a sense of immersion.  Because it taps into the different senses of a person, immersive content allows a person to learn from the best method that works for them – whether they’re a visual learner, an auditory learner, or even a haptic learner – Immersive Technology makes it possible. 

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 9 / Rm 101

21st Century Human Resource Development Skills

By Anibal Nieves-Vazquez

Interpersonal & Leadership Skills
Every organization is a fusion between a system structure (tasks, processes, and division of labor) and a social system (different perceptions, attitudes,relationships, individual and collective behaviors. When integrated, they can influence performance and productivity, either positively or negatively.
College Graduates need to learn and practice the 21st Century Workforce Skills which employers require, such as, leadership, adaptability, and interpersonal relations.
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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 9 / Rm 103

Promoting a Community of Inclusion Through Self-Awarness

By Autumn Whitfield, Nichole Burnside

Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
It is our responsibility to create an environment where individuals can be authentic and promote cultural awareness. The first step in creating a culture of inclusion is through identity self-awareness. Identity is defined by the self image we derive from family, gender, cultural, ethnic and individual socialization. Within our identities we also can have Privilege is a right or exemption from liability or duty, granted as a special benefit or advantage.
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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 17 / Rm 146

Open Textbook Demonstration and Petting Zoo

By Simone Williams, Victor Lawrence

Teaching and Learning
In this presentation, faculty librarians will discuss the OER movement as a response to the high cost of textbooks. There will be a focus on open textbook
adoption based on an alignment to learning outcomes. There will be a demonstration of the search and review process of the Open Textbook Network. Additionally, a petting zoo of printed open textbooks and a comparison to traditional published textbooks will conclude the session.
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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 17 / Rm 425

Guided Meditation for Well-being and Resilience

By Lisa Elsinger

Potpourri/Special Topics
Meditation is known to reduce stress and anxiety while improving cognitive and emotional function, sleep, energy, among other benefits. But there are still misunderstandings about what meditation is and how to do it. Many people become frustrated while trying mindful practices. Guided meditation can help you de-stress, relax, and feel rejuvenated by focusing on imagery shared by the guide. We’ll explore several forms of brief guided meditation to enhance your well-being.
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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 1008 / Rm 105

Racial Equity for Broward County

By Sue Gallagher, Garcia Rolando

Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
This session will discuss the local history of racism and how the racial segregation set up under Jim Crow laws and attitudes still persists in our community. Included in this training is the research from the Kirwan Institute on how bias shows up in education, health care, criminal justice and employment practices and decision making.
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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 9 / Rm 110

The Art of Understanding Students with Theory

By Vicky Owles

Interpersonal & Leadership Skills
Whether advising, instructing or working with students, it is important to have a general understanding of the developmental growth of the young adults that we serve and interact with daily. This session includes a brief overview of general student-development theories currently used in higher education. Having a general understanding of where a student is developmentally is always helpful in advising/developing a solid working group and sound thinking leaders.
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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 9 / Rm 111

Plagiarism: Maintaining Academic Integrity

By Elizaveta Drakunova, Heidi Keller, Derek Beaudoin

Technology & Innovation
Participants will be introduced to the various techniques and strategies for preventing plagiarism, as well as identifying its forms and technology that can
be utilized by educators.
This session will include a group discussion among participants, case scenarios, and strategies to implement in the classroom (both virtual and face-to-face.)
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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 9 / Rm 112

Workplace Inclusivity for LGBTQIA+ Colleagues

By Kezia Gilyard,  Tiffany Richards 

Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI)
The productivity of a workplace is in part dependent upon the strength of employee relationships. In order to build relationships based on mutual trust and understanding, employees will discuss best practices for inclusive workplaces for all employees -including LGBTQIA+ colleagues, by using case studies, data, and the concept of inclusive design for organizations.
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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 3 / Rm 117

Financial planning: the key to success

By Fernando Patino-Paul, Robert Nuno 

Potpourri/Special Topics

In this presentation Robert Nuno will educate BC employees in how to protect themselves and their families, plan for retirement, plan for their kids education, make smart investments decisions and how to reduce taxes in a strategic way. I believe this will be one of the most impactful presentations they will have in their entire lives. Robert is a great human being and one of the best financial advisors in the country.

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 9 / Rm 228

APA Style 7th Ed. 2019 Update and Highlights

By Torri Kellough, Majid Anwar 

Potpourri/Special Topics

This session will provide an update to the American Psychological Association’s (APA) 2019 update to the Publication Manual. After 10 years since the last update, faculty and academic support staff will learn about changes to journal article reporting standards, student-specific resources including sample papers and information on formatting annotated bibliographies, plus new reference examples covering websites, social media and classroom resources..

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 9 / Rm 242

In Pursuit of a Doctorate – ”Tips & Reflections”

By Billy Jones, Richard Louis, Richard Pulido 

Potpourri/Special Topics

Faculty and staff who pursue terminal degrees are interested in not only advancing themselves professionally, but also raising the bar of excellence among the students they teach, mentor, and interactive with daily. The session explores the framework of earning a terminal degree from coursework to dissertation and the factors to ponder when exploring the degree. All who want to pursue a terminal degree while managing busy, professional and personal lifestyles are welcome.

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 9 / Rm 240

Development of a Peer Faculty Evaluation Program

By David Perdian 

Teaching and Learning

Peer faculty evaluation programs have been implemented at colleges and universities for many years and come in a variety of formats. In general,faculty members have positive experiences in these programs and report that the quality of their instruction improved after completing a peer review program. This session will discuss the merits of a peer evaluation program at Broward College and allow faculty and staff to help shape its frame work and administration.

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 9 / Rm 109

Blogging for Academic Purposes

By Arthur Goldberg 

Technology & Innovation

Blogging on campus is pervasive as (1) a Professional Development activity for faculty and staff; (2) a student activity that fosters college-level writing;and, (3) a business-related social marketing skill sought by employers. This presentation introduces how Broward College instructors can incorporate blogging activities in the classroom.

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 9 / Rm 226

Getting the Most out of Leadership with AFC

By Primrose Humphries 

Interpersonal & Leadership Skills

Participants will be advised of all that AFC does to develop and support professional development, education, and leadership opportunities of the AFC members. The focus of the presentation will be to re energize our membership and develop leaders from within the ranks.

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 1008 / Rm 304

Collaborating for Success

By Magnus Karen, Tania Philips, Marshalle Lockhart  

Teaching and Learning

Cross-departmental collaboration plays a vital role in increasing student engagement, success, and retention. During this session, participants will learn about current practices and the benefits that collaboration with tutoring centers provides to students, faculty, and the college community. Participants will also review data and case studies and engage in solution-driven discussions that support the student’s learning process and success.

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 9 / Rm 107

An Analysis of Writing Tasks for EAP Students Success

By Renata Pavanelli  

Teaching and Learning

Understanding the writing tasks that EAP students need to complete across disciplines can assist EAP instructors in designing, implementing, and teaching EAP courses that are aligned with L2 students’ real needs. Via diverse methods and sources, this study proposed a needs analysis that identified the writing tasks taught in EAP composition and across disciplines. In addition, this study compared the expectations of EAP instructors and instructors from different majors.

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 1008 / Rm 113

“Autism 101” for College Professors!

By Susan Kabot, Sharry Kimmel  

Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI)

Every college professor will be better able facilitate student success with an understanding of challenges faced by students with autism. Faculty will learn about important topics such as insight regarding family dynamics and legal guardianship, transportation challenges, types of living arrangements,challenges with entering college, legal rights, IDEA, classroom management, communication and curricular modifications.

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 9 / Rm 230

Campus Security Authority (CSA) Training

By Tashika President, Daniel Hall

Teaching and Learning

Campus Security Authorities (CSA) are required by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act)of 1990. A CSA serves as an additional avenue for victims or witnesses to file a report of a crime/incident to such an authority other than Campus Safety and/or Law Enforcement. This training will allow identified CSAs to understand their role and responsibility as a CSA & assist with maintaining compliance with the Clery Act.

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 1008 / Rm 118

Event Planning and ADA Considerations

By Miguel Ramirez, Teresa Simeon 

Potpourri/Special Topics

This session will be an overview of event planning, including types of meetings and events, site location and suitability, logistics of the planning process within the College.

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 15 / Rm 101

Knowing the CBA: Read, Rights, & Responsibilities

By Teresa Hodge, Dan Reiger

Interpersonal & Leadership Skills

UFF-Broward College Chapter leadership presents the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) to educate full-time and full-time temporary Faculty on the meaning and application of the many relevant articles to their role, position, and standing at the College.

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 9 / Rm 106

Getting to Know You..Procurement Transactions

By Zaida Riollano, Claudia Naidus

PTS Topics of Interest

The attendees will have a better understanding of Workday Financial Procurement transactions. The following Workday business processes will be discussed: Requisitions, Purchase Orders, Change Orders, Receiving, Supplier and P-Card verifications.

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 1008 / Rm 112

Intro to Faculty-led Study Abroad Planning

By Violeta Rivera, David Moore

Teaching and Learning

This workshop is designed for full-time faculty interested in leading a short-term study abroad program during the spring break or summer term. During this session participants will learn about the basic tools and steps to plan, develop, propose and manage a Short-term Faculty-led program at Broward College. Then, participants will use the information and tools reviewed to create a short- basic plan for a program

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 1008 / Rm 308

Redefining Entrepreneurship as A Mindset Every Student Needs

By Eileen Santiago, Heather Perez

Interpersonal & Leadership Skills
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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 17 / Rm 419

Pranayama and Postures to Improve Daily Life

By Vicky Santiesteban

IPotpourri/Special Topics

Title of Presentation/Workshop: Pranayama and Postures to Improve Performance and Minimize Stress This basic course will cover yogic breathingtechniques (pranayama) and postures (asanas) that promote relaxation, concentration, and balance. Participants will leave the workshop able to practicesimple exercises that improve brain function and decrease stress; instructors will learn ways to share these techniques with their students

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 1008 / Rm 315

How We Can Keep Our Jobs by the Seahawk Experience

By Michael Newman

Potpourri/Special Topics

This course will address how we can bring a first-rate experience, the Seahawk Experience, to life for our students as well as our colleagues. Active participation and role-playing will be employed.

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10:15am – 11:15am

Bldg 1008 / Rm 316

Managing and Reporting Classroom Disruptions

By Vivian Scott, Ted Hay

Potpourri/Special Topics

This session will provide participants with insight into how to manage classroom disruptions, de-escalate conflict, and receive assistance from Campus Safety and the Dean of Students’ Office, if necessary. Emphasis will be placed on the tools provided to report students for violations of the Student Code of Conduct.

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