Spring 2015 Linked Learning Community Offerings
What is a linked learning community? A linked learning community is a community that links one or two academic courses with a Freshman Seminar course (COL 105) OR a community that links two or more academic courses and embeds Freshman Seminar (COL 105) principles into the linked learning community. When you enroll in a linked learning community, you will have the same classmates in the classes that make up the linked learning community. The linked learning community's purpose is to show you the connections between the courses while you explore a theme or specific topic that ties the courses in the community together. The theme or specific topic of a linked learning community is stressed through integrated (common) assignments, activities, lecture topics, etc. The linked learning communities being offered in Spring 2015 are listed below.
Don't Take Your Tools and Go Home: Understanding and Communicating with People at Work
ENG 165-001 (CRN: 80988), MWF 12:20-1:15 p.m., PENDLETON CAMPUS
PSY 120-002 (CRN:81713), MWF 11:15 a.m.-12:10 p.m., PENDLETON CAMPUS
What was she thinking??? THAT is NOT in MY job description! Is my résumé good enough? Why would someone want to hire me? Are these questions that you find yourself asking? If they are, then these courses are for YOU!!! Building on the theme of success in the workplace, these courses will emphasize the importance of expository writing and public speaking through practice and development of communication skills while studying the basic psychological principals of supervision and organizational dynamics. The emphasis is placed on people skills and general human relation techniques in the workplace while developing academic survival skills for higher education and the future. This community is currently limited to students in the Engineering & Industrial Technology Division.