The prevalence of students with mental health disorders has been on the rise for years. These individuals are on community college campuses and online, and many are not getting treatment because of stigma, financial concerns, or just not being able to recognize that what they are experiencing is a mental health disorder. This session will discuss how to recognize students who may be struggling with their mental health, how to respond appropriately, and how to refer them for additional support.
Are you new to open educational resources and interested in learning how to adopt or scale OER in your course or across your institution? Register to join the Maryland Open Source Textbook (M.O.S.T.) Initiative at the M.O.S.T. Regional OER Forum: Central Maryland to participate in interactive sessions, discussions, and hands-on workshops on OER in higher education. This regional conference is co-sponsored by the Faculty Academic Center of Excellence at Towson University and the University System of Maryland William E. Kirwan Center for Academic Innovation.
Friday, September 20, 2019
9:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
If you are new to online teaching or an experienced instructor who is creating or adapting a new online course, this webinar will be a fun and helpful session. John Bone, an experienced Allegany College of Maryland faculty member, will help you organize your course and save you stress during the semester. There will be ample time for questions and advice during the session.