Monthly Archives: March 2015

Register April 1 at LCC to Vote

Lansing Community College (LCC) and a coalition of community organizations are making it easy for students, staff, and community members to register to vote by holding a voter registration drive on Wednesday, April 1.

The drive will take place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. , April 1, in the Gannon Building Common’s on LCC’s downtown campus.

Dialogue with President Knight, April 15

The Strategy Forums were well-attended and I appreciated the spirit of the discussions surrounding the Strategic Plan, Operation 100%, and the Climate Survey. With your continued insight and involvement we will move forward with innovation, service and a focus on student success.

I invite you to join me in conversation Wednesday, April 15, 10-11 am in the Health & Human Services Building room 024. Light refreshments will be available.

There is no agenda. I would like to speak for a few minutes, and then I will take questions from you. I’m sure this forum will be productive and offer a valuable exchange.

Thank you for all that you do for the students of LCC.

Brent Knight

Beyond Books! Behind the LCC Library Re-scheduled to April 28

Join us for the next LCC Behind the Scenes presentation:

Beyond Books! Behind the LCC Library
April 28, 2015
Noon to 1 p.m.
TLC 224
Presented by Victoria Meadows, Library Communications Manager, and Scott Skowronek, Access Services Technical Supervisor

Attend this session to go way beyond the obvious, and get a behind the scenes take on library resources, technology, and services for students and employees. Open to both students and employees.

Employee Registration
LCC Employees must register in the Learning Management System (LMS):

  1. Click the link to Learning Management System in the Employee eToolbox on the Work Tab in myLCC.
  2. Search for “Behind” using the search box in the upper right-hand corner of the page.
  3. Click on “LCC – Behind the Scenes” in the search results to proceed with registration.

Library Behind the Scenes

Relationship Issues—DISC Training, March 27

The more we understand ourselves, the more we can understand others. The session, at noon, in 326 Gannon Building, is designed to create an awareness of the various personality styles. Participants will learn to identify their predominant personality styles and how this influences how they interact with their teachers, classmates and co-workers. Information covered in this session is designed to improve communication, decrease stress and increase productivity by understanding how to meet the basic needs and expectations of others. This information enhances participants’ ability to connect, communicate and relate more effectively by understanding another’s point of view. Please send RSVPs to Lisa at or 483.1274.

Tech Recipes to Simplify Your Life: March 18th Library Tech Snippet


If This Then That (IFTTT)
Wednesday, March 18
12 – 12:15 p.m.
Room 224 TLC                            

Register for this session to learn about IFTTT, a service that lets you mix and match internet channels to make your life easier.

About Library Tech Snippets
Increase your level of engagement with new technology and attend Library Tech Snippets. Each Tech Snippet provides a brief demonstration of a single interesting technology topic or tool. Sessions require registration and are open to all LCC employees.

Sign Up for March One Book #oneLCC Lunch and Learn Book Discussions

One Book #oneLCC Lunch and Learn Book Discussions

All sessions take place from 12:15-1 p.m. in room 224 TLC.
Lunch is included with your registration.
Each session offers unique discussion with different moderators. Feel free to attend one, or attend them all!

General Book Discussions
Explore and discuss a variety of themes from The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot.

Tuesday, March 24
Wednesday, March 25

About One Book #OneLCC
One Book #OneLCC is a shared community reading experience that encourages students, faculty, and staff to engage in special events, discussions, and college-wide conversations surrounding a thought provoking common read. LCC’s 2014-2015 title selection is The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot.