The Gordon M. Cook Woodbridge Campus Library extended their hours for finals.
Admissions & Advising asked “Are you ready for graduation?“.
Teaching Excellence linked to some great TED talks for teachers.
Alton Tripp discussed a breakthrough he had with one of his students.
On Spatial Matters:
- IPUMS Jobs and Educational Opportunities
- GIS Cafe: Subscribe for job openings, geospatial trends and more
- Some GIS Humor
- Where’s the Dough? A Recent Look at Geospatial Salaries
- A TED Talk on LIDAR
- Global Map of Forest Change
Spanish Language & Culture highlighted a Spanish guitar performance by Laurence Sumado, a Spanish 102 student on the Alexandria Campus.
Intercom published their November 25th edition.
The Workforce Development Division of NOVA launched a new business coalition.
Nan Peck posted her Spring 2014 teaching schedule.
The Medical Education Campus Library announced the MEC Holiday Fling.
Sandra Chadwell explained how to use Panopto for Student Recordings.
On the Pathway to the Baccalaureate Student Blog:
- Party with a Cause
- Pathway Volunteers Prepared Lunch for 5000 DC School Kids
- Serving the Evening Meal Trip
- A Day in the Life of a Student Leader – Behrad Azhandeh
- Typhoon Taskforce in Action
On the Loudoun Adjunct Faculty blog:
The Annandale Campus Library is collecting new gifts for needy children under their Giving Tree.
The Manassas Campus Library posted upcoming special hours.
NOVA and the World announced opportunities for Humanities faculty in Rome.
The Alexandria Campus Testing Center announced their December schedule.
On the Alexandria Campus Community Outreach blog:
- CVC Disaster Relief for the Philippines
- Winter Reminder
- Register Today! Power UP Your Pedagogy for 2014
- The Annual Holiday Pottery Show and Benefit
- Faculty Spotlight Special Thanksgiving Edition: Presenting Liberal Arts Dean Dr. Jimmie McClellan
- Student Spotlight Special Thanksgiving Edition: Presenting NVCC-Alexandria CKI President Mehreen Khan
- Faculty Spotlight: Katie Seeler
Film Exposed announced the release date for their NOVA Woodbridge Film Program promotional video.
ELI Common Reader recapped National Career Development Month.
Adult Career Pathways reminded ACP students to contact their advisor to sign up for SDV classes.
IT Professor Ryan Myers welcomed students to his new blog.
Intercom published their November 18th edition.
The Manassas Campus Library will be offering “Exam Cram“ extended hours.
Kirstin Riddick explained how to screencast.
Teaching and Learning Matters recapped CETL Faculty Advocate Barbara Crain’s experience with the VACIE-VCCS faculty exchange program.
NOVA and the World posted details on the upcoming Chinese Heritage Celebration at the Alexandria Campus.
The Oxford Dictionary named “selfie” as the word of the year. Nan Peck shared her own picks.
Adult Career Pathways reminded students that Spring Registration is in full swing.
ELI courses are open for Spring registration.
The MEC Exchange posted details on the upcoming MEC Transfer Fair.
Communication Matters shared a neat info graphic on The Most Popular Books of All Time.
The Manassas Campus Library recapped their Flora of Virginia Dedication Ceremony.
Credit for Prior Learning posted the Spring 2014 PLACE Course Schedule and Course Information, and explain how to save time and money with Credit for Prior Learning.
Alexandria Campus Community Outreach announced the new NOVA-IN-CHINA program.
Teaching Excellence posted information on this year’s New Horizons Excellence in Education awards.
The Spanish Language & Culture blog also announced the Study in Seville program.
Alton Tripp anticipates NOVA’s rollout of Windows 8.
Admissions & Advising explained how to find out if your credits will transfer using the new course transfer database.
NOVA and the World posted the International Education Week event schedule.
Kirstin Riddick explained how to shorten long URLs using bitly.
NOVA’s Historic Preservation Program announced their Spring 2014 course schedule.
Sushma Shukla linked to an analysis of “Great Recession” in 2007 and “Depression of the early 1930s”.
ELI Common Reader Program asked “Do you keep your garden going through the winter?“.
Teaching Excellence posted details on the upcoming Science Seminar – “Climate Change Mitigation and Impacts: Technologies and Policies“.
NOVACares wants readers to “save the date” for an upcoming ASIST training opportunity.
Alexandria Campus Community Outreach continued their Faculty Spotlight series with Assistant Professor in Fine Arts, Sherry Trachtman, posted the itinerary for the SGA Leadership Training Program, announced that NOVA is accepting nominations for student excellence recognition and previewed the next Science Seminar.
Teaching and Learning Matters previewed Catherine Middlecamp’s upcoming workshop: “The Campus as a Learning Laboratory“.
Film Exposed posted some behind the scenes stills from the filming of their new promotional video for the NOVA Woodbridge film program.
Professor of IT and Computer Sciences, Ryan Myers, welcomed students to his new site.
Intercom published their November 11th edition.
AL Weekly also published their November 11th edition.
Spatial Matters posted ASPRS Potomac Region – GeoTech 2013 Annual Conference details.