This is a test of the Emergency Backup System: Do you have a “disaster plan”?

May 27, 2016

All of us will at some point have some kind of emergency that prevents us from gaining access to the classroom or completing work on time.  From inclement weather, power outages and service disruptions, to travel delays,family crises, and computer or hard drive failures, it is inevitable that we will all face hurdles that may cause us to fall behind.  In this podcast we will explore some ways to prepare a “disaster plan” to help mitigate unexpected challenges that may arise.

  1. Print Out important contact information
  2. Back Up all work in progress and once complete
  3. Identify alternative internet access points
  4. Prevent shutoffs or disruptions of services
  5. Protect equipment and information

Contributor: Jeremy Hockett

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Secret Sauce

May 12, 2016

We all know it’s important to eat right and take care of ourselves. With our long list of daily responsibilities how in the world is it possible? This podcast shares a few easy ways to approach health and wellness with a little planning and preparation. Visit [https://goo.gl/phn36J] to download the blank meal plan to accompany this podcast.

Contributor: Melinda Kulick

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There’s time for that

May 6, 2016

Are you feeling overwhelmed, trying to balance work, school, and personal obligations? Do you feel like you are constantly falling behind in class and your grades are suffering due to late point deductions? If so, let's talk about time management. Join Adjunct Faculty Emily Brienza-Larsen, as she talks about tips for balancing multiple responsibilities. She will share her schedule and time table that will help you find a balance in your schedule.

      Contributor: Emily Brienza-Larsen

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