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Everything You Need to Know About Page 1+
This summer, SLC Libraries is excited to be one of the 18 Ontario College Libraries participating in the launch of Page 1+, the new library search tool from College Libraries Ontario (CLO). Information about the new library system project has been previously shared at Academic Council and Learning Connections.
SLC Game Programming Grads Update South Dundas Tourism Pursuit App
Two new Game Programming graduates, Johan Carette and Serhii Marchenko, along with their professor, James Dupuis helped to develop the award-winning South Dundas Tourism Pursuit app, which just celebrated a relaunch for the 2022 summer tourism season with five new locations.
Congratulations to the Contemporary Educator Program (CEP) 2022 Graduating Cohort!
St. Lawrence College celebrated the first two cohorts of the Contemporary Educator Program (CEP) on June 8 with an onsite graduation ceremony. The onsite celebration reconnected faculty from the 2021 and 2022 cohorts as they received their official certificate. Although the Vollege held a virtual graduation last year, this was a great opportunity to celebrate as one group as all 17 faculty began their journey in 2019.
10 Things to do on National Indigenous Peoples Day
National Indigenous Peoples Day takes place on the summer solstice, June 21. It’s a special occasion to learn more about the rich and diverse cultures, voices, experiences and histories of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples. Learning about Indigenous Peoples, places and experiences is a step forward each Canadian can take on the path to reconciliation. Shannon Hall, Education Developer and Curriculum Consultant of Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Being at St. Lawrence College shares ten things you can do on June 21 in recognition of National Indigenous Peoples Day.
SLC Continues to Help Students Affected by War in Ukraine
Viktoria Barnes, an SLC professor in Interdisciplinary Studies and Pathways wanted to help students impacted by the war in Ukraine in any way she could. New to SLC and not knowing all its innerworkings, she joined the Ukraine Working Group and started reaching out to community contacts. Through her work, she confirmed that members of the community are raising money through The Mayor’s Fund which is now dedicated as help for all Ukranian Refugees, not just students. As always, anyone wishing to help SLC students specifically can donate to the SLC student emergency fund.