Career Fair Presentations 11 AM Chinook Room, CE1305, "This is a Pig", AGRINET 11 AM TE2206, Careers in Kinesiology, AB CHAPTER OF THE BC ASSOC. OF KINESIOLOGISTS 12 Noon Chinook Room, CE1305, "All About ASET", ASET 1 PM Chinook Room, CE1305, "Starting Your Career as a Professional Accountant", CGA
Proper use of Zip Drives.
New Zip drive software has been installed in CB2001, CB2003, CB3003, TE1230, TE1232 and TE1235.
Students should now be able to use Iomega's recommended procedures to eject zip disks without fear of corrupting the disk. When you have completed your work, closed all applications and made a backup of your disk, use the following procedure to safely remove your disk:
To make a backup of your Zip disk, do the following:
Please be sure to always use one disk as a working disk, and then do the backup at the end of the session. If you happen to have problems accessing the files on your disk then proceed as follows: DO NOT SWITCH DISKS WHILE IN APPLICATIONS!!
By following the above, you should minimize the chances of losing files.
Manager, Microcomputer Software Support
Center for Computing and Electronics.
Starting with the 1998/99 Fall semester, LCC email/internet accounts will be created for each student when they enroll in a credit program. Information from 8:30-4:30 pm today and tomorrow (Sept 1& 2) at the information kiosk near the College Center, main floor elevators.
Thereafter, accounts may be picked up at the Buchanan Library Test Center (CE1330, adjacent to the Internet Room) between 8:00 & 4:00 pm.
During the next week or so, special arrangements are being made to deliver accounts to students in computer lab classes and to provide for after-hours pickup from the Computer Lab Technician on duty. If you are not in any computer course and require the use of a computer, Computer Services will issue passes on Sept 8/98.
Continuing students will retain the email/internet account from the previous year, and their password will be unchanged. Both email and computer accounts use the same username but different passwords.
Students may have passwords reset at the Centre for Computing and Electronics office (PA2160) between 8:30 & 4:30 pm but should expect to present a valid Student ID card.
Netscape 3.03 is still present on all the computer stations and Netscape 4.04 Communicator has also been installed. Either version can be used. Communicator Manuals are currently being printed and the online tutorial is updated.
If you are having any trouble, please contact computer services as soon as possible.
I am posting this message to inform, those who are interested, that today is, sadly, the last day that I will be in your service as an employee of the college. The time has come for me to pursue other opportunities and challenges.For two personalities to meet is like mixing two chemical substances; if there is any combination at all, both are transformed.- Carl Jung
The above quote is one of my favourites and accurately depicts my feelings at this moment. A feeling intensified by this milestone in my life. Each person I've worked with in the last few years has affected some change in me and helped me grow. You were all part of this, and, because of you, I can say that I honestly enjoyed the time I've spent here. Even though I am guilty of downplaying my own impact on those around me I am occasionally reminded that I am appreciated and valued by my piers. So, I am now expressing this same appreciation to each of you.
To close I wish you all the best in your future endeavors.
All my best,
Formerly: Network Analyst
Lethbridge Community College
The new setup is now installed on all computers in TE2208 and will soon be in place in the Library lab.
In order to take advantage
of Netscape 4.0 (Properly named Communicator), you
will need to use this icon.
The other icon continues to use Netscape 3.03. For those who wish to, this can be used interchangeably with Communicator to browse the World Wide Web and to read your e-mail.
The online tutorial has been updated and should be helpful for those needing help learning how to use the new software, as it is somewhat different.
A new station configuration has been installed on six computers in TE2208.
These stations are those which face out into the hallway and can be identified by the different screen saver and the grey sides to the background image at the opening login screen.
This new configuration includes a major upgrade to Netscape 4 as well as a few minor improvements in the login sequence. Netscape 3 is still present on these stations and either version can be used. Manuals are currently being printed and the online tutorial is being updated now.
Please feel free to use these stations if you like. I have made every effort to make the transition as painless as possible. I do, however, recommend that you always keep backups of important data on another diskette regardless of which stations you plan use. If you are having any trouble, please contact computer services as soon as possible.
Over the next while this configuration will be installed on all TE2208 and Library Internet access computers.
ANNOUNCING ... NEW "SERVICE TO LEARNERS" AWARD
In our continued journey towards learner-centredness, LCC is unveiling a brand new awards program that recognizes staff whose stories celebrate how one individual can make a difference in helping our learners.
Learning is our business and helping learners is what we do. Learning is not the same as teaching, but includes such things as providing a safe environment for learning to take place, opening doors to classrooms and labs, providing equipment for learners, returning materials to lost and found, helping students complete forms, and providing friendly, helpful service.
The Service to Learners Award honours members within our College community who actions and deeds mirror the Dakota saying: "We will be known forever by the tracks we leave."
In its inaugural year, the May Symposium (May 7) will provide the forum to honour the first recipients of this award. All recipients will be presented with a Certificate of Recognition as part of the Symposium program.
Nomination forms are available from the President's Office, Human Resources, the Centre for Teaching and Learning and the College Switchboard. Nomination forms have also been forwarded to LCC's satellite campuses. All nominations must be submitted by May 1 in order for selection for the May 7th Symposium and the nomination narration should be specific to acts of assistance since the beginning of January, 1998. If you have questions, please contact Lucelle Prindle in the Centre for Teaching and Learning.
Inter Relationships/Communication Skills
Introduction to Computers
20th Century Thought
Sociology of Families
Basic TV Operations I
COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Introduction to System Design I
Programming in C
Introduction to Networking
HTML and Web Publishing
Mathematics for CIT
Producing & Script Writing
Marketing and PR in Multimedia
Web Development & HTML Programming
Intro to MM Authoring Techniques
Advanced Computer Graphics
Digital Video Editing
3D Animation & Virtual Reality Technology
Contemporary Issues in Multimedia
Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management
COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY PREPARATORY
Social Studies 030
Soil Resources Lab
Water Resources Lab
Intro Criminal Justice System
Human Relations in Criminal Justice
Criminal Law and Procedures
Training and Personalized Fitness
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Health, Nutrition, Safety for Young
Family and Community
CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Geographical Engineering II
ENGINEERING DESIGN & DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY
Advanced Computer Assisted Drafting
Architectural Design & Drafting I
ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Introduction to Microprocessors
Introduction to Microprocessors Lab
Electronic Project Presentation
Computer Communications Systems
Computer Communications Systems Lab
FASHION DESIGN & MERCHANDISING
Advanced Lined Skirt
Pants and Vest
Pattern Drafting II
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