Learning Commons Remote Tutoring & Writing Studio

Learning Commons Remote Tutoring and Writing Studio Email:  learning-commons@star.lcc.edu  Phone:  (517) 483-1206 The Learning Commons is open and working remotely to offer academic support and learning assistance for most LCC courses. Learning Commons has 84 of our 89 faculty Professional Tutors working remotely. Learning Commons is offering live online tutoring during our regular hours of […]

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March 27, 2020

Community Resources- Lansing, MI Area

Stay Home Stay Safe Save Lives

Mi211 (https://www.mi211.org/) This is a platform used to locate specific resources in your community. You do not need to create a login to use this resource.  At this time, directing people to 2-1-1 is the best way for them to get connected to needed resources regarding taxes, COVID-19, food assistance, etc. Lansing School District (http://www.lansingschools.net/parents/school-closure-food-service-program/) The Lansing […]

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March 27, 2020

LCC Contacts & Links at your fingertips

This is a list of contact information and useful links that were shared during today’s LCC Senate meeting (3/27/20). Contact Information: eLearning                                          517-483-1839 Counseling                                        517-483-1924 Library                                               517-483-1615 Learning Commons                          517-483-1206 Center for Teaching Excellence      517-483-1680 Academic Success Coaches          lcc-successteam@star.lcc.edu   Mental Health LCC’s Counseling page about Online Mental Health Resources LCC Mobile […]

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March 27, 2020


Dear Colleagues, I recently spoke with a friend on the phone regarding the Covid19 crisis that has forced us into stressful teaching and learning situations. Even with the creativity and care by the staff and faculty at LCC, many of us are climbing a steep learning curve- not to mention changes in our personal and […]

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March 21, 2020

Keeping it Simple: Rule of 2s

rule-of-2-worksheet with example.pdf Let’s boil this down. What’s most important for us to rethink as we use our precious hours and days to redesign our courses for online and/or remote learning? Work with a colleague, friend, instructional designer, or student to talk through your answers after you fill this out! Are you stumped? Take a […]

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March 15, 2020

Helpful Scholarly Articles

Inside Higher Ed How the shift to remote learning might affect students and faculty Inside Higher Ed Guest Post: Your Suddenly Online Class Could Actually Be a Relief The Scholarly Teacher “In this Scholarly Teacher Post Todd Zakrajsek and Kathryn Smith offer a few considerations that may make the end result smoother for both faculty […]

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March 12, 2020

Keep Accessibility in Mind

As always, creating an inclusive and accessible learning experience for all students is a top priority, even when the learning environment changes unexpectedly. This includes providing accessible content and implementing student disability accommodations. When learning environments change, students may not know the protocol for gaining access, so faculty can help by creating accessible materials, making […]

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March 12, 2020

LCC’s “About the Corona Virus” page

Lansing Community College is carefully monitoring the outbreak of a respiratory disease caused by a new Coronavirus, also called COVID-19. Since the first cases were detected in Wuhan, China, the illness has been detected in numerous countries, including the U.S. At this time, Michigan has no confirmed cases. This is a rapidly changing situation, and […]

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March 12, 2020