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Learning Summit 2004 Features 21st Century
Learning Environment

League and Sloan Consortium Collaborate
on Issues in Online Learning

Deadline for Executive Leadership Institute Approaching



Study Finds That Work-Based Learning
Experience Helps Students Succeed in Higher Education

Exclusive Full-Ride Ph.D. Scholarship Opportunity
for League Member Colleges

Transforming Your College While Aligning Values, Mission, and Diminishing Dollars

National Council on Student Development
2004 Annual Conference

New Version of SnagIt Supports Instant Messaging,
Third-Party Image Editing

Sloan-C Premium Membership

Appreciative Inquiry Trainings Available


Sharjah Higher Colleges of Technology United Arab Emirates
The Mosaic Event-Know Your World


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League for Innovation in the Community College
Presents JobNet

League JobNet is an innovative feature that provides community colleges with an efficient and effective means to post their administration and faculty positions. This job site allows individuals to search job listings by various means, as well as notifies potential job candidates of current community college administration and faculty openings.

Payment is based on the number of posts listed, and positions remain online for one month. Institutions can extend their postings for jobs currently listed on the site by contacting Wendy Neil three days prior to the posts' removal date. If you would like to post additional job openings, please submit a new submission form.  

We have updated the payment options to include Payment by Purchase Order. We are excited to offer our special introductory pricing for the summer months at $35 per post for League Alliance Members and $80 per post for non members.

Current Introductory Pricing:


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Mary Kathryn Kickels Named President at
Paradise Valley Community College

Mary Kathryn KickelsMary Kathryn Kickels, a long-time champion of learning-centered education, has been named president of Paradise Valley Community College (AZ) following a national search, public forums, meetings with faculty and staff, and a site visit. Kickels is currently senior vice president of academic affairs at Moraine Valley Community College (IL). She will assume the Paradise Valley post on September 1.

Kickels' learning-centered philosophy helped earn national distinction for Moraine Valley as one of the League for Innovation's 12 Vanguard Colleges. With the deans of education at two Illinois universities, she co-chaired a statewide task group in developing a state model for community college teacher education programs.

“Every decision made by a college should focus on learning,” Kickels says. “ Paradise Valley Community College is committed to this tenet, and I look forward to working with the faculty, staff, and students at this dynamic college.”

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Sinclair Website Wins National Technology Award

The Association for Communications Technology Professionals in Higher Education has awarded Sinclair Community College 's web content management system its 2004 ACUTA Award for Institutional Excellence in Communications Technology. The award will be presented in August at ACUTA's 33 rd annual conference and exhibition in Chicago.

ACUTA presents its awards for excellence to “recognize vision and technological leadership in the creative use of communications technology to support teaching, research, decision making, and the delivery of services.”

Sinclair has developed and is implementing a comprehensive strategy to improve its web presence and enhance communication among students, faculty, and staff. Features of the system include a portal that hosts instructional tools for 3,700 course sections each academic term, online student service functions, student email, and an innovative web content management system.

The use of a database -driven content management solution has allowed the web development team to concentrate on design issues for the site while turning over responsibility for content to the departments of the college. To date, the implementation of the web content management solution has provided a number of benefits to college web users.

For more information about Sinclair's web content management system, contact Ken Moore at (937) 512-3107, or by email at ken.moore@sinclair.edu.


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League Radio League Radio Preview Edition

Experience League Radio, a web-based talk show featuring pertinent interviews and discussions on topics important to community college educators.

Walter BumphasMary SpildeIn this edition of League Radio, guests Walter Bumphus and Mary Spilde talk about a series of initiatives at their respective institutions and districts targeted to catalyze the learning of community members, boards, leadership teams, faculty, and staff. The guests explore Lane Community College 's Meeting and Learning Center, Strategic Learning Initiative, and Reading Together Program. In addition, they talk about Louisiana Community and Technical College System's board development strategies, Leadership Development Institute, and new statewide conference.

This edition is currently available in the free preview section of iStream, or you can link directly to the program here. Archives of all League Radio programs are available to iStream subscribers.

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CIT 2004

2004 Conference on Information Technology

Online registration for the 2004 Conference on Information Technology (CIT), which includes an exciting selection of informative Learning Center Courses, is now available at the link below. Early registration helps ensure that you reserve a place in the Learning Center Course(s) of your choice and that you take advantage of early registration discounts of up to 30 percent!


Hosted by Santa Fe Community College with support from Hillsborough Community College and St. Petersburg College.

The annual CIT offers a diverse program and forward-looking exposition exploring the intelligent application of information technology in community and technical colleges.

November 7-10, 2004
Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Florida

Accented by warm sunshine and cool bay breezes, Tampa Bay is always alluring with its numerous attractions, cultural institutions, professional and recreational sports facilities, great restaurants, rich history, nature preserves, shopping plazas, and quirky and colorful events. Orlando, the home of Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, and numerous other attractions, is a short drive from Tampa. Bring the whole family and stay awhile!

Administrators, faculty, librarians, chief technology officers, webmasters, counselors and advisors, faculty development specialists, and others who care about exploring and expanding the use of information technology to improve all aspects of the educational enterprise.

If you would like additional information about the 2004 CIT, please visit http://www.league.org/2004cit/index.html or contact Ed Leach at leach@league.org or (480) 705-8200, ext. 233.


Jeb Bush, Governor, State of Florida.


Carol TwiggCarol Twigg, Executive Director, Center for Academic Transformation, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Judith BoettcherJudith Boettcher, Author, Faculty Guide for Moving Teaching and Learning to the Web, Veteran Executive Director, Corporation for Research and Educational Networking (CREN)

Keynote Talk Show: The State of Technology in the Community College

Walter BumphusWalter Bumphus, Chancellor, Louisiana Community and Technical College System

J. David ArmstongJ. David Armstrong Jr., Chancellor, Florida Division of Community Colleges

H. Martin LancasterH. Martin Lancaster, President, North Carolna Community College System

Mark David Milliron (Host)

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Clearly Quotables

"Employers often refer to the workforce pipeline, the location of individuals along the education or skills-acquisition continuum. This concept represents the importance of, and the employer's reliance on, the entire process that makes up an individual's education, beginning in pre-kindergarten and continuing through a lifetime of learning. Recruiting experts emphasize the importance of establishing and maintaining long-term relationships between employers, educators, and other stakeholders to achieve two main goals:

Ensure that the education systems provide the foundation for skills employers need today and in the future.

Expand students', teachers', and parents' awareness of the numerous opportunities available in the marketplace."

Workforce Book CoverBeth Buhelmann, Executive Director, Center for Workforce Preparation, U.S. Chamber of Commerce. From the League publication, Building a Workforce System Through Partnering.

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AACC Announces Mildred B. Bulpitt
Woman of the Year Award

Susan SalvadorSusan Salvador, vice president for student services at Monroe Community College and League representative, has received the Mildred B. Bulpitt Woman of the Year award from AACC. Salvador received this award in recognition of her outstanding support of women in community college education.

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Last iStream Charter Subscription Opportunity

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Only a few days remain to save $1,000 on an institutional subscription to iStream, the League's powerful web-based professional development tool for college administrators, faculty, and staff.

The newest League publication, Turning Knowledge Into Action: What's Data Got to Do With It? by Lisa Petrides is currently available through iStream. Gain access to this and many other useful tools today. And coming soon are two new publications, The Leadership Dialogues: Community College Case Studies to Consider and the updated version of the best-selling Faculty Guide for Moving Teaching and Learning to the Web.

Subscribe before July 1, 2004 to take advantage of charter subscription pricing and save $1,000. Institutional subscription pricing is based on fall FTE at all campuses:

0 - 3,000 $2,500
3,001 - 6,000 $3,500
6,001 - 9,000 $4,500
More than 9,000 $5,500

Don't wait to tap into this powerful professional development tool for college administrators, faculty, and staff. This state-of-the-art tool offers users an abundance of resources and information, including the LENs faculty development and training program materials; video-streamed conference keynotes, institutes, workshops, and convocations; radio interviews with key leaders in higher education; League books, monographs, and white papers; interactive forums; the Innovations database; and much more. You can get a free preview of iStream by visiting www.league.org/istream and clicking on Free Preview.

Subscribe your college today by visiting https://www.league.org/istream/subscribe.asp, or contact Greg Luce at luce@league.org or 480-705-8200, ext.237.

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The Role of Community Colleges in the Education of Recent Science and Engineering Graduates

This report examines both the role of community colleges in the educational experiences of science and engineering (S&E) degree recipients and how this role differs among subgroups of the U.S. population. The likelihood of having received education at community college is examined by broad field of study, highest degree received, completion of associate's degree, reasons for attending community college, race/ethnicity, age, sex, marital and family status, parents' education, high school region, and undergraduate grade-point average. In some instances, individuals who earned associate's degrees are distinguished from other graduates who took community college courses but did not earn an associate's degree.

View the full report and stats here.

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Learning Summit 2004 Features 21st Century
Learning Environment

Register Now for Learning Summit, August 1-3, 2004

Early Registration Discount Ends July 1, 2004 Early Registration Discount is now extended to July 14, 2004. Through an extraordinary partnership between the architectural firm of Burgess and Niple and the international design corporation, Herman Miller, the Learning Summit will feature a special 21st century learning room housing regular breakout sessions at the Learning Summit in Baltimore, August 1–3, 2004. Using contemporary furniture and structural supports found in advanced corporate settings, and working to maximize a positive learning environment through flexible, accommodating spaces, the partners will kick off the breakout sessions on Sunday with a demonstration of the space in a session titled “Transform the Physical Environment and the Learners Will Transform Themselves.” The critical changes needed to become a true learning college are often needlessly stymied by spaces unable to support and sustain the evolution into engaged activities that maximize learning. Throughout the Learning Summit, you'll be able to attend sessions in this contemporary learning environment that will prompt you to reformulate your instructional spaces into learning environments. Mark David Milliron launches the 2004 Learning Summit with his keynote presentation at the Opening Plenary Session on Sunday, August 1. Other plenary session speakers include Belle Wheelan, Secretary of Education for the Commonwealth of Virginia, and Cindy Miles, Vice President, Learning and Academic Affairs at the Community College of Denver. In all, there are more than 60 small group sessions, receptions, poster sessions, and exhibits, plus the fabulous entertainment and recreational facilities of Baltimore 's Inner Harbor. The harbor is right across the street from conference headquarters, the Renaissance Harborplace Hotel.

Early registration ends July 1, so go to http://www.league.org/ls2004/ to take advantage of discounted registration rates.  

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League and Sloan Consortium Collaborate
on Issues in Online Learning

The League for Innovation in the Community College and the Sloan Consortium share the purpose of making quality higher education more affordable and more accessible in a variety of disciplines. Thus, the Sloan Foundation invited the League CEO to participate as a member of the Council of Academic Management for eArmyU and to guest edit a special issue of the Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks   (Vol. 8:1, February 2004).  The Sloan Foundation also funded the League's Project Sail, a national network promoting access, exchange, and dissemination of specialized industry-driven programs anywhere and anytime for community college students. Many League members are also Sloan-C members who have contributed effective practices to the Sloan-C knowledge base.  The association between the League and Sloan-C was celebrated in the May 2004 issue of the Sloan-C View.  Please visit www.sloan-c.org/info/league.asp to learn more about the Sloan Consortium membership and find links to the work the League has done with community colleges.

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Deadline for Executive Leadership
Institute Approaching

The League for Innovation's Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) provides the opportunity for potential community college presidents, or those in transition, to review their abilities and interests, to refine their skills, and to participate in discussions on leadership with outstanding community college leaders from across North America.

The Program
The program is designed as an intensive week-long experience, with format varying by topic and purpose. Participants should expect to immerse themselves in the seminar from Sunday morning until Friday noon.

The Participants
Applicants for ELI are expected to serve in senior positions of leadership in community colleges and to be qualified for the presidency by their educational and experiential backgrounds.

The typical applicant will hold an advanced degree and will have three or more years' experience as a senior-level administrator in a community college, usually reporting to the CEO at the campus or district level. Participation in the institute is limited. The deadline for applications is July 15, 2004.

Join the hundreds of graduates whose careers have taken off thanks to this remarkable professional developing and networking opportunity.

ELI BrochureTo view the latest details or download the 2004 ELI brochure and application, click here.

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Study Finds That Work-Based Learning
Experience Helps Students Succeed in Higher Education

The Educational Policy Institute (EPI), a nonprofit international think-tank operating in Washington, D.C. and Toronto, Canada, in Association with the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), has released a report regarding work-based learning and university-level education in the United States. (To download the report, click here or visit www.educationalpolicy.org).

Work-Based Learning & Higher Education: A Research Perspective, supported through a grant from the U.S. Department ofeducation, presents findings of a national survey administered to first-year students at eight four-year institutions in the U.S. regarding their work-based learning experiences during high school. These data were then combined with a subsequent transcript analysis that included university grade point average, credits earned, and student persistence.

Watson Scott Swail, one of the report's principal authors, suggests that the research findings are an eye opener for admissions personnel across the country. “Admissions officers typically look at a certain type of student; one who generally does not have a work-based learning, or vocational, background. However, our findings suggest that these students do well in higher education and could be more clearly targeted by admissions personnel.”

Swail's co-author, Eva Kampits, agrees: “The experience gained through work-based experiences in high school provides students with a real-world perspective of how things work and, perhaps more importantly, links education directly to the workplace, a habitual challenge for education in America. I think our findings suggest that perhaps all students would benefit from some form of work-based learning to help carve out their career goals while still in middle or high school.”

Work-based learning activities, as defined by this study, include job shadowing, short- and long-term internships, community service projects, cooperative education, youth apprenticeships, career academy, school-sponsored enterprise, and tech-prep programs.

Following are the findings in brief:

  • 1,613 freshman students completed the Higher Education – Students Speak II survey.
  • Two-thirds (68.6 percent) of the sample participated in at least one work-based learning activity. One-third (30.6 percent) experienced two or more activities, and 11.2 percent engaged in three or more activities during their high school experience.
  • 47 percent of all students participated in a school-sponsored community service program during high school, 23.7 percent participated in a job shadowing program, and 12.5 percent in a school-sponsored enterprise.
  • Females were more likely than males to participate in at least one work-based learning activity (73.3 vs. 62.7 percent, respectively). However, the gender gap dissipated as the number of activities increased.
  • 57.3 percent of the cohort expected to pursue academic studies beyond the four-year bachelor's degree. Students' expectations increased with their participation level in work-based learning activities. For example, 64.3 percent of students who participated in two or more activities expected to go beyond the B.A.
  • 71 percent of respondents indicated that they learn better through hands-on projects and real-world application than through classroom or textbook instruction. A similar percentage of students planned to participate in work-based learning activities in college if they had the opportunity, but only 49 percent said that their college or university provides enough of those types of activities.
  • Almost half (44.5 percent) of the participants said that high school work-based learning activities furthered their interest in higher education.
  • 60.5 percent of students who participated in at least one high school work-based learning activity and 64.1 percent of those who participated in two or more activities earned a college GPA above 3.0, compared with 58.3 percent of the entire cohort.

The authors conclude that students who participate in a high school work-based learning activities achieve at the four-year postsecondary level as well as or better than students who do not participate in these activities. Given that vocationally oriented students are less likely to enroll in a four-year institution of higher education, the findings that this group enrolls at the postsecondary level and does as well as other students has implications for admissions and recruitment practices.

For more information regarding this study, contact Watson Scott Swail, president of EPI, at wswail@educationalpolicy.org, or call (877) e-POLICY.

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Exclusive Full-Ride Ph.D. Scholarship Opportunity
for League Member Colleges

Cappella LogoCapella University and the League for Innovation offer a full doctoral scholarship to innovative community college faculty or staff.

Call for Entries

Capella University, an accredited online university, is now accepting applications for the third annual Capella University-League for Innovation in the Community College doctoral scholarship.

Who is Eligible?

Members of the faculty, administration, or staff at a League member college who have demonstrated innovation in the field of higher education are eligible to apply.

Eligible Programs

The scholarship winner can apply for enrollment in a doctoral-level program in Psychology, Human Services, Business, or Education. Current Capella doctoral-degree or individual course learners meeting the eligibility requirements are also encouraged to apply.

Value of the Scholarship

The scholarship award is valued at approximately $49,450 and covers three years' tuition and the cost of residential colloquia in any one of Capella's 26 Ph.D. or Psy.D. programs.

Application Deadline

Application deadline is June 30, 2004. The award winner will be notified the week of July 26.

Enrollment Deadline

Applicants are expected to enroll at Capella by October 2004.

Visit the Capella website www.capella.edu/league-scholarship for full details, including eligibility requirements and application forms. Go to www.capella.edu and choose the Schools tab to view Capella's doctoral programs.

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Transforming Your College While Aligning Values,
Mission, and Diminishing Dollars

The increasing focus on learning and accountability has many community colleges looking for ways to become more learning centered and to demonstrate to local, state, and regional stakeholders that learning is indeed occurring on their campuses.

Although transformational efforts often seem to require additional resources to be effective, colleges that are renewing their focus on learning are finding that they can do so on existing and even diminishing budgets. This presentation provides an overview of fundamental principles of the Learning College, with examples of ways community colleges across the country are using the focus on learning not only to allocate increasingly scarce resources, but also to identify and develop nontraditional revenue streams.

To find out more about how the League can help you transform your college while aligning values, mission, and diminishing dollars, email Ed Leach, or call (480) 705-8200, x233.

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National Council on Student Development
2004 Annual Conference

You are invited to join colleagues from across the nation for the sixth annual National Council on Student Development (NCSD) Conference, Keeping the Magic in Student Development. This will be an exceptional conference, exclusively focused on student development issues in the community college, and will recognize the 30th anniversary of the NCSD. You will gain insights into programs that you can take back to your campus to improve student access, retention, and success.

Past participants have concluded that this is a conference you will leave with practical solutions and program ideas that are easily implemented on your own campus. This year, in addition to exemplary practice presentations, special sessions on customer service, appreciative inquiry, Disney internships, and learning college assessment will enrich the experience of those in attendance. NCSD is pleased to announce that Terry O'Banion, former League Executive Director and longtime NCSD affiliate, will be one of the keynote speakers.  See you in beautiful, sunny Orlando, October 24-26! 


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New Version of SnagIt Supports Instant Messaging,
Third-Party Image Editing

TechSmith Corp., the world's leading provider of screen capture and recording solutions, has announced the availability of SnagIt 7.1, with new features designed to simplify capturing, editing, and sharing images, including support for MSN Messenger and Windows Messenger.

“The millions of loyal SnagIt users who have long used our software to enhance documents, save important information, send pictures via email, and post images to blogs now have access to yet another widely used channel: instant messaging,” said Tony Dunckel, SnagIt Marketing Manager.  “SnagIt 7.1 extends the benefits of the new user interface and workflow that we implemented in version 7 by adding features that save time and enable users to do more advanced image editing.”

SnagIt 7 has a variety of new features:

SnagIt IM streamlines the process of sending screenshots over MSN Messenger and Windows Messenger by giving users one-click capture and send functionality.

External Program Output allows graphic artists, technical writers, and novice PC users to send screenshots to third-party programs for additional editing. 

Profile Sharing offers the ability to import and export individual profiles or groups of profiles for consistent capturing standards throughout an organization. 

SnagIt Web Capture now enables users such as online researchers or webmasters who archive images to capture all the graphics from a web page or group of web pages in one step. 

Other new features include automatic file naming, additional edge effects, and drag-and-drop support for more than 20 file formats so that users can make SnagIt their default image viewer and editor.

SnagIt 7.1 supports Microsoft Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, and Windows XP.  SnagIt 7.1 can be downloaded at www.techsmith.com.  The suggested retail price is $39.95 for a single license.  Free trial licenses are also available.

TechSmith Corporation was founded in 1987 and is located in Okemos, Michigan. TechSmith provides practical business software tools to capture and manipulate images, voice, and video from Windows desktops. For additional information, visit www.techsmith.com.

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Sloan-C Premium Membership

Sloan-C is the leading source of information on how to provide quality online education. This premium membership is sure to keep you and your institution up-to-date and competitive in the rapidly growing world of online learning.

To become a premium member: Please download the Sloan-C membership sign-up form (PDF 179K), fill it out, and fax it to Keith Bourne at (781) 292-2505.

Highlights of the Sloan-C Premium Membership

  • Available in two types: individual and institution
  • Membership length: one year
  • Membership start date: August 1, 2004
  • Access to content exclusively available to premium members
  • Deep discounts on publications about online learning
  • $35 discount on conference attendance
  • Institutional membership includes these additional features:
    • One full printed set of the coming year's annual publications, covering a wide range of aspects, from policy to pedagogy
    • 50 percent off unlimited additional publication purchases
    • 50 percent off any workshop participants from a member institution ($150 value per participant)

Special Offer

Sign up before June 30, 2004 and receive the following:*

Institution Premium Membership - three free sets of the first four books in the popular Sloan-C Series on Onlineeducation ($525 additional value)

Individual Premium Membership - one free set of the first four books in the popular Sloan-C Series on Onlineeducation ($175 additional value).

*While supplies last

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Appreciative Inquiry Trainings Available

Here's one community college's story of collaboration: "The most exciting aspect of taking an appreciative approach was the amazing level of energy and enthusiasm that emerged early and that was present throughout the day. We were convinced that, had we taken a traditional problem-solving approach, we would have stumbled up against seemingly insurmountable issues related to economics and college structure. Instead, the group left feeling excited and extremely hopeful about the future of collaboration among diverse groups at the college. That energy is seeding ongoing efforts to encourage collaboration during challenging times." Brenda Munro, Extension Services Coordinator; and Lorne Daniel and Glynis Wilson Boultbee, Consultants, Red Deer College, Alberta, Canada

Learn how to facilitate an appreciative approach through Appreciative Inquiry on your campus. Send at least two campus leaders to a facilitator training cosponsored by the League, the National Council for Staff, Program, and Organizational Development, and Company of Experts.net. Upcoming trainings are on the following dates:

August 9-12  - Central Wyoming College, Riverton (OPEN)

August 16-19  - Bentley School, Lafayette/Oakland, California (OPEN)

August 23-26  - Asnuntuck Community College, Enfield, Connecticut (OPEN)

September 13-16 - Baker College System, Detroit/Allen Park, Michigan (OPEN)

Other trainings are being scheduled now for Florida and other states. If you're interested in hosting a training in exchange for two free registrations, contact Nancy Stetson at nancy@sonic.net.

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Member Spotlight
Sharjah Higher Colleges of Technology United Arab Emirates
The Mosaic Event – Know Your World

The Mosaic Event – Know Your World, at the Sharjah Higher Colleges of Technology in the United Arab Emirates is an annual happening that is designed to inspire in students a sense of wonder and curiosity about the variety of human experiences that have shaped, and continue to shape, the world in which they live. They come to appreciate the richness of the past, the great possibilities for the future, and the need to do their part in the present. They do all this while concurrently reinforcing the use of skills and knowledge that they are acquiring in the classroom: critical thinking, global awareness, research, writing, speaking, computing, and learning by doing.

The Mosaic Event is normally held in the multipurpose hall of the colleges' sports complex over two or more days. Each piece of the mosaic, for which an assigned group of students assumes responsibility under teacher guidance, is physically housed in a 200-square-foot pavilion. Throughout the year, students do the necessary research, create a relevant website, design and set up the pavilion, and serve as information guides during the event. Related competitions in art, poetry, essay writing, and general knowledge are also held.

The subtheme for the 2004 Mosaic Event is “ Events, People, and Movements That Have Shaped Our History-From Big Bang to Genome.” Twenty-two major events, people, and movements have been selected, from the Big Bang event billions of years ago to the Genome Project, which is still underway. The first event gives one possible explanation of how the universe began, and the last event deciphers the genetic code of all living organisms, including human beings. Other pavilions include “Cradles of Civilizations,” “Birth of Christianity,” “Contributions of Islam to Western Civilization,” “Shakespeare,” “Ghandi,” “Explorers,” and “Sheikh Zayed: Birth of a Nation.”

For more information about the Higher Colleges of Technology, visit: http://www.hct.ac.ae

If your institution would like to submit a story for the Member Spotlight section of League Connections, please contact Wendy Neil, Director, Membership Services at neil@league.org for article requirements.

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