Calendar of Events

Search events. View events.
 

All Categories

Submit Events

.

Click to subscribe to the current view of events. Click to download events shown in CSV, iCAL or XML format. Click for help in using calendar displays. Print the contents of the current screen.

Advanced Search

(New Search)

Search Calendar

July 1 - 31, 2016

Highlighted Events
Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Friday, March 24, 2017

All Day Green Tara Sand Mandala
A creation and dismantling of the Green Tara Sand Mandala by Losang Samten in the main campus Library will lead us into Diversity Days 2017. 
Green Tara is associated with the qualities of action and protection, kindness and caring, and a strong connection to earth. The practice of Green Tara is powerful to help us overcome our fears, reduce stress, achieve a better future, heal physical and mental illness, as well as to improve our relationships with ourselves and others.

Green Tara Mandala Creation

March 21 - 30
10 -10:30 a.m. - Green Tara Meditation
10:30 - 12:30 - Mandala Work
12:30 -  1:30 - Break
1:30 - 4/5 - Mandala Work (ending at 3 p.m. on March 24 and 29)

Mandala Dismantling
March 31
10-10:30: Green Tara Meditation
10:30-12:30: Mandala Viewing
12:30: Dissolution Begins
Main Campus

Monday, March 27, 2017

All Day Green Tara Sand Mandala
A creation and dismantling of the Green Tara Sand Mandala by Losang Samten in the main campus Library will lead us into Diversity Days 2017. 
Green Tara is associated with the qualities of action and protection, kindness and caring, and a strong connection to earth. The practice of Green Tara is powerful to help us overcome our fears, reduce stress, achieve a better future, heal physical and mental illness, as well as to improve our relationships with ourselves and others.

Green Tara Mandala Creation

March 21 - 30
10 -10:30 a.m. - Green Tara Meditation
10:30 - 12:30 - Mandala Work
12:30 -  1:30 - Break
1:30 - 4/5 - Mandala Work (ending at 3 p.m. on March 24 and 29)

Mandala Dismantling
March 31
10-10:30: Green Tara Meditation
10:30-12:30: Mandala Viewing
12:30: Dissolution Begins
Main Campus

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

All Day Green Tara Sand Mandala
A creation and dismantling of the Green Tara Sand Mandala by Losang Samten in the main campus Library will lead us into Diversity Days 2017. 
Green Tara is associated with the qualities of action and protection, kindness and caring, and a strong connection to earth. The practice of Green Tara is powerful to help us overcome our fears, reduce stress, achieve a better future, heal physical and mental illness, as well as to improve our relationships with ourselves and others.

Green Tara Mandala Creation

March 21 - 30
10 -10:30 a.m. - Green Tara Meditation
10:30 - 12:30 - Mandala Work
12:30 -  1:30 - Break
1:30 - 4/5 - Mandala Work (ending at 3 p.m. on March 24 and 29)

Mandala Dismantling
March 31
10-10:30: Green Tara Meditation
10:30-12:30: Mandala Viewing
12:30: Dissolution Begins
Main Campus
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM Safe Zone Training

The mission of the Safe Zone training program is to challenge homophobia, transmisogyny, cis- and heterosexism on the university campus and community by encouraging welcoming and inclusive environments for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex, Queer or Questioning, and Asexual (LGBTQ+) students, faculty, staff, and community members. The Safe Zone program is a 2 hour introductory training that invites participants to learn about LGBTQ+ issues, provide resources, and create a supportive environment for LGBTQ+ students, faculty, and staff exploring issues of sexual identity, gender identity, and gender expression.

Facilitators

Lindsay Briggs, Ph.D., MPH
Dr. Lindsay Briggs is a faculty member at California State University, Chico. Raised in a feminist family, Lindsay has pursued feminism, equality and social justice her entire life and is passionate about working transdisciplinary to promote social justice in the field of public health and the related fields of gender and sexuality activism. At Chico State she has won multiple awards for her activism on behalf of the LGBTQ+ community. Dr. Briggs is invested in and committed to utilizing her background and training in diversity issues and community activism to improve campus life. She actively and continuously works on her allyship striving to align herself with students, staff and faculty on a variety of diversity and inclusion issues, and is committed to ensuring that all perspectives are heard and reflected in the wider university system.

Conner Wenzel
Conner Wenzel is a LGBTQI+ activist and member of the CSU Chico Transgender Taskforce.  He also volunteers at Stonewall Alliance Center serving the last 5+ years as  a facilitator for multiple groups.  When not serving on event committees or educational panels, he puts his agricultural science degree and teaching credential to use by helping folks out as a handy person and also advising local youth with their livestock projects.

Main Campus
2:30 PM - 5:00 PM DREAMer Ally Training
The Dreamer Ally Training is designed for staff, faculty, and student employees who work with undocumented students and students with mixed-status families. The training provides an overview of the federal and state policies that impact undocumented students on a day to day basis; the unique legal, education, and social conditions experienced by these students; activities to better understand the needs of this population; and tools to become allies and ultimately advocates. Upon completion of the training, attendees will receive a "Dreamer Ally" decal to use in their workplace as an indication of having completed the training. Facilitated by Norma Mendoza, Sacramento State Dreamer Resource Center Program Coordinator.
Please RSVP by March 27 to bcdreamerallytraining.eventbrite.com
Main Campus

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

All Day Green Tara Sand Mandala
A creation and dismantling of the Green Tara Sand Mandala by Losang Samten in the main campus Library will lead us into Diversity Days 2017. 
Green Tara is associated with the qualities of action and protection, kindness and caring, and a strong connection to earth. The practice of Green Tara is powerful to help us overcome our fears, reduce stress, achieve a better future, heal physical and mental illness, as well as to improve our relationships with ourselves and others.

Green Tara Mandala Creation

March 21 - 30
10 -10:30 a.m. - Green Tara Meditation
10:30 - 12:30 - Mandala Work
12:30 -  1:30 - Break
1:30 - 4/5 - Mandala Work (ending at 3 p.m. on March 24 and 29)

Mandala Dismantling
March 31
10-10:30: Green Tara Meditation
10:30-12:30: Mandala Viewing
12:30: Dissolution Begins
Main Campus
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Building Community: Empower Hour

What does community mean to you? Is it a place? A group of people? Join Santy Gray and students from the Butte College Culture & Community Center to sit in Council and discuss ways to build and strengthen the communities in which we exist.
Flex credit available.

The Empower Hour Series is designed to provide 1-hour workshops that leave you feeling empowered to dig deeper into yourself and issues of social and environmental justice. These workshops are open to all students faculty and staff. Check the Student Life event Calendar for a list of all the workshops in this series.

Main Campus

Thursday, March 30, 2017

All Day Green Tara Sand Mandala
A creation and dismantling of the Green Tara Sand Mandala by Losang Samten in the main campus Library will lead us into Diversity Days 2017. 
Green Tara is associated with the qualities of action and protection, kindness and caring, and a strong connection to earth. The practice of Green Tara is powerful to help us overcome our fears, reduce stress, achieve a better future, heal physical and mental illness, as well as to improve our relationships with ourselves and others.

Green Tara Mandala Creation

March 21 - 30
10 -10:30 a.m. - Green Tara Meditation
10:30 - 12:30 - Mandala Work
12:30 -  1:30 - Break
1:30 - 4/5 - Mandala Work (ending at 3 p.m. on March 24 and 29)

Mandala Dismantling
March 31
10-10:30: Green Tara Meditation
10:30-12:30: Mandala Viewing
12:30: Dissolution Begins
Main Campus
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Volunteer Fair
In honor of the life and legacy of labor-leader and civil rights activist, Cesar Chavez, we invite you to our annual Volunteer Fair.  Connecting with local organizations that offer volunteer opportunities not only helps you to gain valuable work experience but also provides needed services to our community.
Real education should consist of drawing the goodness and the best out of our own students. What better books can there be than the book of humanity?
Read more at: https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/quotes/c/cesarchave395785.html

"Real education should consist of drawing the goodness and the best out of our own students. What better books can there be than the book of humanity?" - Cesar Chavez
Main Campus

Friday, March 31, 2017

Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeal Deadline
Satisfactory Academic Progress Extenuating Circumstances Appeal (SAP) For students who failed to meet SAP criteria. Extenuating circumstances may include serious illness or injury, death of an immediate family member, or other non-recurring catastrophic or compelling situation beyond the student's reasonable control. The Financial Aid Office are accepting SAP Appeals until March 31, 2017.
Spring 17 Excess Units Petition Deadline
For students who failed to meet SAP time frame criteria. Students disqualified for exceeding time frame requirements may appeal by submitting an Excess Units Petition. Petitioning deadline for Spring 2017 semester is March 31, 2017.

Students will need to schedule an appointment with Counseling & Advising, Main Campus: 895-2378; Chico Center: 879-4363 Schedule ASAP. The Counseling Office will assist you in completing your Excess Units Petition. If you are a recipient of Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS), please schedule with your EOPS Counselor. Main Campus: 895-2555. All completed Excess Units Petitions will need to be submitted to the Financial Aid Office.
All Day Green Tara Sand Mandala
A creation and dismantling of the Green Tara Sand Mandala by Losang Samten in the main campus Library will lead us into Diversity Days 2017. 
Green Tara is associated with the qualities of action and protection, kindness and caring, and a strong connection to earth. The practice of Green Tara is powerful to help us overcome our fears, reduce stress, achieve a better future, heal physical and mental illness, as well as to improve our relationships with ourselves and others.

Green Tara Mandala Creation

March 21 - 30
10 -10:30 a.m. - Green Tara Meditation
10:30 - 12:30 - Mandala Work
12:30 -  1:30 - Break
1:30 - 4/5 - Mandala Work (ending at 3 p.m. on March 24 and 29)

Mandala Dismantling
March 31
10-10:30: Green Tara Meditation
10:30-12:30: Mandala Viewing
12:30: Dissolution Begins
Main Campus
12:00 AM 2017 Cien Amigos College Scholarship Available
The Cien Amigos civic group, the Mexican Cultural Center of Northern California, and the Consulate General of Mexico in Sacramento, with the support of the Institute for Mexicans Abroad (IME), are pleased to announce the Cien Amigos - IME Scholarship Fund to encourage the educational success of Mexican-origin and Latino students in California.

The Cien Amigos-IME Scholarship Fund will award one-time scholarships of $1,000 dollars each to individuals for enrollment in Fall Semester 2017.

The Cien Amigos-IME Scholarship Committee will accept applications for 2017 College Scholarships and High School Grants beginning March 1, 2017. Deadline for applications is March 31, 2017. For scholarship eligibility and application information, please visit http://cienamigosimebecas.org/

Monday, April 03, 2017

Start Day Unity Project (Multi-Day Event)

Created to raise consciousness about the labels we give ourselves and others, UNITY is a larger-than-life structure that helps us celebrate our uniqueness and strengthens our ties to each other. The project consists of 32 posts, each with identifiers such as, “I’m a parent”; or “I speak English as a second language” etc.  Participants will tie colorful yarn to posts that reflect their identities. 

Main Campus
Start Day You Are Beautiful Art Installation (Multi-Day Event)

The project intends to highlight the beauty and diversity that is in each of us. It will take place in the Campus Center and will involve taking pictures of the Butte College Community and putting the pictures on big words cut out of stock paper that spell "YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL ". It will result in a collage of all the participants. Please join in the making of this special installation.

Main Campus
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM Diversity Days Opening Ceremony

The Open Ceremony will highlighted by a drum procession to announce the beginning of Diversity Week and to invite the campus community to participate through out. Features include our Butte College President, Dr. Samia Yaqub and the Patwin Dancers. We invite our campus and our community to join in celebrating our theme “I Am One More Voice” 

Refreshments to follow.
Main Campus
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM Diversity: What Does it Mean and Why is it Important?

Join guest speaker, Matt Jackson, as he walks us through how to clarify what we mean when we use the term "diversity" and the social and political implications in today's environment.

Main Campus
2:00 PM Safety and Inclusion Poster Campaign (Multi-Day Event)

A post-election workshop, “Moving Forward: How Can We Heal from a Culture of Division?” held with the intent of providing space for all students, regardless of whom they voted for, to discuss the electoral process, share feelings about the election, and create a safety and inclusion resulted in a series of posters created by students and staff. 

Join us on April 4 from 2 - 2:30 p.m. in the Butte College Art Gallery (located in the Arts building) for a reception of this artwork. Artwork will be displayed all week.

Main Campus
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM What are you? Mixed Race Workshop

This Workshop focuses on the struggles that Mixed Race folks face with identity politics, dating, and the (mis)representation by the media. Join us for a high energy, all inclusive and colorful conversation about the way mixed race folks navigate every day life! Facilitated by Koby Rodriguez

Main Campus

Tuesday, April 04, 2017

All Day Unity Project (Multi-Day Event)

Created to raise consciousness about the labels we give ourselves and others, UNITY is a larger-than-life structure that helps us celebrate our uniqueness and strengthens our ties to each other. The project consists of 32 posts, each with identifiers such as, “I’m a parent”; or “I speak English as a second language” etc.  Participants will tie colorful yarn to posts that reflect their identities. 

Main Campus
All Day You Are Beautiful Art Installation (Multi-Day Event)

The project intends to highlight the beauty and diversity that is in each of us. It will take place in the Campus Center and will involve taking pictures of the Butte College Community and putting the pictures on big words cut out of stock paper that spell "YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL ". It will result in a collage of all the participants. Please join in the making of this special installation.

Main Campus
All Day Safety and Inclusion Poster Campaign (Multi-Day Event)

A post-election workshop, “Moving Forward: How Can We Heal from a Culture of Division?” held with the intent of providing space for all students, regardless of whom they voted for, to discuss the electoral process, share feelings about the election, and create a safety and inclusion resulted in a series of posters created by students and staff. 

Join us on April 4 from 2 - 2:30 p.m. in the Butte College Art Gallery (located in the Arts building) for a reception of this artwork. Artwork will be displayed all week.

Main Campus
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM Gender Exploration: Preschool Educators’ Roles in Creating Supportive Spaces for Gender Exploration
There is little understanding of preschool teachers influence affirmative gender identity development and how bias might influence their decisions. This highly interactive workshop will provide opportunities for participants to analyze social constructs of gender, understand how preschool-age children develop gender identities, and examine how the gender binary is modeled and held into place. Facilitator: Dr. Shaun-Adrián Choflá
Main Campus
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM La Cultura Cura: Mythology of the Aztec Calendar

The goal of this workshop is to: Present selective mysteries from the pre-history of the Americas; Summarize some to the basic understandings of the “Aztec” Calendar; and Encourage discussion of how this path might relate to current societal conditions.

Main Campus
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM Original Voices

An emotional interactive journey through Native American stories. From creation story to contemporary understanding emphasizing the importance of oral tradition.  Stories include creation stories, moral stories and non traditional stories of boarding school policy and governmental stereotypes, to help develop an understanding of the current place of Native people in society. Facilitated by Calvin Hedrick.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Permaculture and Bioregional Resilience

This workshop will be introducing permaculture and urban farming as a food and economy solution for Chico area. The goal of this workshop is to illustrate: How regenerative agriculture and policultures can transform our mono crop food production into an ecological diversity local food production; and How local economic systems can work with social systems while building community and resilience of a bioregion and give examples of what solutions can be applied to create that.

Chico

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

All Day Unity Project (Multi-Day Event)

Created to raise consciousness about the labels we give ourselves and others, UNITY is a larger-than-life structure that helps us celebrate our uniqueness and strengthens our ties to each other. The project consists of 32 posts, each with identifiers such as, “I’m a parent”; or “I speak English as a second language” etc.  Participants will tie colorful yarn to posts that reflect their identities. 

Main Campus
All Day You Are Beautiful Art Installation (Multi-Day Event)

The project intends to highlight the beauty and diversity that is in each of us. It will take place in the Campus Center and will involve taking pictures of the Butte College Community and putting the pictures on big words cut out of stock paper that spell "YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL ". It will result in a collage of all the participants. Please join in the making of this special installation.

Main Campus
All Day Safety and Inclusion Poster Campaign (Multi-Day Event)

A post-election workshop, “Moving Forward: How Can We Heal from a Culture of Division?” held with the intent of providing space for all students, regardless of whom they voted for, to discuss the electoral process, share feelings about the election, and create a safety and inclusion resulted in a series of posters created by students and staff. 

Join us on April 4 from 2 - 2:30 p.m. in the Butte College Art Gallery (located in the Arts building) for a reception of this artwork. Artwork will be displayed all week.

Main Campus
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM Where are the Women in STEM?
Women significantly lag behind men in the number of mathematics, engineering, and science degrees they earn, especially at the graduate school level.  This workshop focuses on why this is and what might have to change in STEM education for them to be more attractive and welcoming to women. Facilitated by Michael Panunto
Main Campus
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM Trans* Panel: What It's Like to be Trans* or Gender Nonconforming

The main part of this session will be people speaking to their experience being trans* or gender nonconforming. There will be a brief overview of words to use, how to be an ally, and a then the panel discussion with time for Q&A. Facilitated by Stonewall Alliance.

Main Campus
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM La Nueva California: Latinos from Pioneers to Millenials by Dr. David Hayes-Bautista
DIVERSITY DAYS KEYNOTE SPEAKER–Dr. David Hayes Bautista

Distinguished Professor of Medicine at UCLA, presents fascinating research analysis of his new book. Over half of the post-millennial generation born in California since 1997 is Latino. As this generation enters adulthood between 2020 and 2040, it will by sheer force of numbers influence the course of daily life in California. Latino post millennials across the county are creating an American identity build not on complete assimilation or unyielding separatism, but rather on a vibrant, distinctive regional identity, constructed on their definitions of what it means to be American.

 

Main Campus
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM Inside the World of Foster Youth: Voices of Butte College Students
Did you know there are many former foster youth at Butte College? A few foster youth on campus will share their experiences growing up in foster care and the road that brought them to Butte College. After sharing their experiences, audience members will be encouraged to ask questions. Facilitated by Vance Edwards
Main Campus
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Left Behind
This workshop will examine the effects of parental deportation on children and the broader community. Short videos will be presented as a way to initiate a conversation on the effects of parental deportation on the children of immigrants, and their needs for health and social services. We will also explore the need to create policies to protect these children. Facilitated by Irma Gonzalez-Cuadros
Chico

Thursday, April 06, 2017

End Day Unity Project (Multi-Day Event)

Created to raise consciousness about the labels we give ourselves and others, UNITY is a larger-than-life structure that helps us celebrate our uniqueness and strengthens our ties to each other. The project consists of 32 posts, each with identifiers such as, “I’m a parent”; or “I speak English as a second language” etc.  Participants will tie colorful yarn to posts that reflect their identities. 

Main Campus
End Day You Are Beautiful Art Installation (Multi-Day Event)

The project intends to highlight the beauty and diversity that is in each of us. It will take place in the Campus Center and will involve taking pictures of the Butte College Community and putting the pictures on big words cut out of stock paper that spell "YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL ". It will result in a collage of all the participants. Please join in the making of this special installation.

Main Campus
End Time 5:00 PM Safety and Inclusion Poster Campaign (Multi-Day Event)

A post-election workshop, “Moving Forward: How Can We Heal from a Culture of Division?” held with the intent of providing space for all students, regardless of whom they voted for, to discuss the electoral process, share feelings about the election, and create a safety and inclusion resulted in a series of posters created by students and staff. 

Join us on April 4 from 2 - 2:30 p.m. in the Butte College Art Gallery (located in the Arts building) for a reception of this artwork. Artwork will be displayed all week.

Main Campus
9:30 AM - 10:45 AM Diversity Talks: I Am One More Voice

In the spirit of Ted Talks, students and faculty will present short informational and inspirational Talks in the area of diversity, inclusion, and equity.  Our Theme is: I Am One More Voice. DiversityTalks is open to the whole community.  It is designed to inspire present and future action and to serve as a reminder that one voice can change the world.

Main Campus
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM What Islam Is Not: Realistic View of a Great Tradition

Each participant will give a short introduction about a balanced and informed understanding of Islam, and introduce potential topics for conversation. Following these brief introductions, the session will be opened to thoughtful and civil discussion on Islam, the Muslim world, Islamophobia, Muslims in America, and other topics of interest.

Facilitated by Mike Findlay and Tom Parker

Main Campus
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM Mainlining Misogyny: A Bitch Slap to the Body Politic

In the United States, the rise in globalization, multiculturalism, and the women's movement has created a backlash fueled by sexism, misogyny, and violence. What does the 21st century hold for American patriarchy? Are men finished? Will men be able to throw off old notions of masculinity and adapt to our changing world? Facilitated by Tom Grothe and Laura Rapozo-Davis
[Note: This workshop is “R” rated]

Main Campus
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM Diversity Days Closing Ceremony

The Closing Ceremony will bring our Diversity Week to an end.  A Flute procession to send our good wishes and hopes, for inclusive, diversity, and equity, into our near future, will take place. Please join us in closing the 2016 Diversity Days. Refreshments to follow.

Main Campus
2:00 PM - 3:15 PM Diversity Days Closing Ceremony
Join us as we close Diversity Days with a flute procession, speakers and refreshments.
Main Campus
Start Date and TimeEvent DetailsLocation

Monday, July 04, 2016

Independence Day

Tuesday, July 05, 2016

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Canvas: Communication & Collaboration
Registration is required.

Bring the class together using effective communications tools such as Discussions, Announcements, Conversations, and breathe new life into your course with Media Comments! Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites: (4) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
- Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes
Chico
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Canvas: Quizzes & Surveys
Registration is required. 

Create or import a variety of question types, build quizzes and tests to develop sophisticated assessments, use custom settings to manage access, view statistics and analytics. Setup anonymous surveys to gauge student perceptions or experience. Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites: (4)
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
- Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes
Chico

Wednesday, July 06, 2016

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Canvas: Assignments & Groups
Registration is required.

Canvas offers several types of Assignments, as well as tools to make instructions more creative and effective. Choose specific student submission formats, even file types or for in-class work. Learn how to grade and comment on student submissions, even from your tablet with Canvas' SpeedGrader! Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites: (4) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
- Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes
Chico
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Orientation to Canvas

Registration is required.


An introduction to the general Canvas environment, including navigation, account features, options for customizing notifications, and introductions to the Calendar and Inbox. Participants will also be shown how to access Canvas' extensive user Guides and install and setup the Canvas mobile app. 

Prerequisites: (1) 
- Employed by Butte College
Main Campus
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Canvas: Design & Development
The basics of building a course in Canvas, including Home Page options, how to use Pages and Modules to provide structure to your course content, and customizing the Course Menu.

Prerequisites: (2) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
Main Campus

Thursday, July 07, 2016

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes

Registration is required.


Manage grading in Canvas using the Gradebook, construct Rubrics to make grading faster and more consistent, and apply Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) to course activities for better SLO tracking. An overview of the SpeedGrader mobile app will also be provided. Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites:
(3) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
Chico
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Canvas: Design & Development

Registration is required.


The basics of building a course in Canvas, including Home Page options, how to use Pages and Modules to provide structure to your course content, and customizing the Course Menu. Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites: (2) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
Chico

Monday, July 11, 2016

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Orientation to Canvas

Registration is required.

An introduction to the general Canvas environment, including navigation, account features, options for customizing notifications, and introductions to the Calendar and Inbox. Participants will also be shown how to access Canvas' extensive user Guides and install and setup the Canvas mobile app. Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites: (1) 
- Employed by Butte College
Chico
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Canvas: Design & Development

Registration is required.


The basics of building a course in Canvas, including Home Page options, how to use Pages and Modules to provide structure to your course content, and customizing the Course Menu. Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites: (2) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
Chico

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes

Registration is required.


Manage grading in Canvas using the Gradebook, construct Rubrics to make grading faster and more consistent, and apply Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) to course activities for better SLO tracking. An overview of the SpeedGrader mobile app will also be provided. Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites:
(3) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
Chico
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Canvas: Assignments & Groups
Registration is required.

Canvas offers several types of Assignments, as well as tools to make instructions more creative and effective. Choose specific student submission formats, even file types or for in-class work. Learn how to grade and comment on student submissions, even from your tablet with Canvas' SpeedGrader! Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites: (4) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
- Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes
Chico

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Canvas: Communication & Collaboration
Registration is required.

Bring the class together using effective communications tools such as Discussions, Announcements, Conversations, and breathe new life into your course with Media Comments! Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites: (4) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
- Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes
Chico
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Canvas: Quizzes & Surveys
Registration is required. 

Create or import a variety of question types, build quizzes and tests to develop sophisticated assessments, use custom settings to manage access, view statistics and analytics. Setup anonymous surveys to gauge student perceptions or experience. Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites: (4)
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
- Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes
Chico

Monday, July 18, 2016

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Canvas: Assignments & Groups
Registration is required.

Canvas offers several types of Assignments, as well as tools to make instructions more creative and effective. Choose specific student submission formats, even file types or for in-class work. Learn how to grade and comment on student submissions, even from your tablet with Canvas' SpeedGrader! Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites: (4) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
- Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes
Chico

Thursday, July 21, 2016

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM DEADLINE to Submit SUMMER 2016 Graduation Applications to A&R
Deadline to submit Summer 2016 Graduation Applications to Admissions & Records.  Students seeking to receive degrees at the end of the Summer 2016 term MUST make an appointment with a Counselor to complete a Graduation Application prior to this deadline.
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM SUMMER 2016 Last Day of Instruction
Last day of instruction for Summer 2016 classes.

Monday, July 25, 2016

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Orientation to Canvas

Registration is required.

An introduction to the general Canvas environment, including navigation, account features, options for customizing notifications, and introductions to the Calendar and Inbox. Participants will also be shown how to access Canvas' extensive user Guides and install and setup the Canvas mobile app. Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites: (1) 
- Employed by Butte College
Chico
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Canvas: Communication & Collaboration
Registration is required.

Bring the class together using effective communications tools such as Discussions, Announcements, Conversations, and breathe new life into your course with Media Comments!

Prerequisites: (4) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
- Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes
Main Campus
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Canvas: Design & Development

Registration is required.


The basics of building a course in Canvas, including Home Page options, how to use Pages and Modules to provide structure to your course content, and customizing the Course Menu. Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites: (2) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
Chico
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM Orientation to Canvas

Registration is required.


An introduction to the general Canvas environment, including navigation, account features, options for customizing notifications, and introductions to the Calendar and Inbox. Participants will also be shown how to access Canvas' extensive user Guides and install and setup the Canvas mobile app. 

Prerequisites: (1) 
- Employed by Butte College
Main Campus

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes

Registration is required.


Manage grading in Canvas using the Gradebook, construct Rubrics to make grading faster and more consistent, and apply Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) to course activities for better SLO tracking. An overview of the SpeedGrader mobile app will also be provided. Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites:
(3) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
Chico
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Canvas: Assignments & Groups
Registration is required.

Canvas offers several types of Assignments, as well as tools to make instructions more creative and effective. Choose specific student submission formats, even file types or for in-class work. Learn how to grade and comment on student submissions, even from your tablet with Canvas' SpeedGrader! Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites: (4) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
- Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes
Chico

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Canvas: Assignments & Groups
Registration is required.

Canvas offers several types of Assignments, as well as tools to make instructions more creative and effective. Choose specific student submission formats, even file types or for in-class work. Learn how to grade and comment on student submissions, even from your tablet with Canvas' SpeedGrader!

Prerequisites: (4) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
- Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes
Main Campus
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Canvas: Communication & Collaboration
Registration is required.

Bring the class together using effective communications tools such as Discussions, Announcements, Conversations, and breathe new life into your course with Media Comments! Note: This session is at the Skyway Center in Chico. Please bring your own laptop. There is no lab at this location.

Prerequisites: (4) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
- Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes
Chico
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM Canvas: Quizzes & Surveys

Registration is required.

Create or import a variety of question types, build quizzes and tests to develop sophisticated assessments, use custom settings to manage access, view statistics and analytics. Setup anonymous surveys to gauge student perceptions or experience.

Prerequisites: (4)
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
- Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes
Main Campus

Thursday, July 28, 2016

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Canvas: Design & Development
The basics of building a course in Canvas, including Home Page options, how to use Pages and Modules to provide structure to your course content, and customizing the Course Menu.

Prerequisites: (2) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
Main Campus
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Canvas: Grading, Rubrics & Outcomes

Registration is required.


Manage grading in Canvas using the Gradebook, construct Rubrics to make grading faster and more consistent, and apply Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) to course activities for better SLO tracking. An overview of the SpeedGrader mobile app will also be provided.

Prerequisites: (3) 
- Employed by Butte College
- Orientation to Canvas
- Canvas: Design & Development
Main Campus
5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Evening Orientation - Chico Center
Orientation is for new Butte College students.  Orientation includes general information about Butte College and the services available to students; a campus tour; and counseling/advising and registering for classes.  All students new to Butte College must complete orientation.  See orientation website for exemptions to orientation.  Students must have an appointment to attend an orientation.

Student Athletes:  Please sign up for an Athletic Orientation.  The Athletic Advisor is available only during these orientations.

Calendar Software powered by Active Calendar and Active Data Calendar   
Select item(s) to Search
Select item(s) to Search
Select item(s) to Search
Select item(s) to Search