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Beginning August 1, all media (e.g. DVD/VHS) used for classroom purposes will be held on reserve in the library. Any items that were checked out for classroom use during the last academic year have been automatically added to the reserve collection. If there are items that were not used last year but will be used this year, please contact the library to have it added to the reserve collection as soon as possible.
Check out periods for media reserve material will be 7 days for faculty and 2 hours (in library use only) for students. All media not on reserve will be available for checkout by all library users for 2 weeks with 1 renewal.
Reserve materials are located behind the circulation desk at all campus libraries. All DVDs not on reserve will be located in public browsing spaces at each library.
Questions? Please contact Susan Kellerstrass, Library Circulation Specialist, at email@example.com or 694-8463.
Please join us for a retirement reception in honor of Wendy Martin (Finance):
- Thursday, July 31, 2014
- 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
- 4th Floor Accounting Department
The fall 2014 semester begins Monday, August 18! Time to enroll!
Here are a few ways you as an employee can help spread the word to neighbors, family and friends interested in attending ICC:
**Applying to ICC is FAST and FREE!
- Click here for a primer on the steps to enrollment.
**Enrolling in ICC can be completed in just one day!
- With Express Enrollment, the process of enrolling can be completed in a day. No appointment is necessary.
- Express Enrollment will be held on the East Peoria Campus from 8 am to 4 pm:
- Monday – Wednesday, July 28, 29, 30
- Monday – Wednesday, August 4, 5, 6
- Monday – Wednesday, August 11, 12, 13
- Click here for more information on Express Enrollment.
ICC extends its sympathy to the family of Jack Hall (retired electronics professor) who passed away Tuesday, July 22, 2014.
Click here to read the obituary in the Peoria Journal Star.
Members of the 2014 ICC Readers’ Theatre cast presented a $2,146.29 donation to the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital this week.
Mitch Remmert, Theresa Hicks, Katherine Schwenk, and Kyle Dorethy presented the check in a spot to be featured in the annual St. Jude Telethon coming up August 2 on WEEK-TV.
ICC Students raised the funds through the annual Jim Maloof Celebration of the Arts Benefit held in April. The Jim Maloof benefit is an annual night of entertainment featuring over 70 local performers including Peoria Players, the Peoria Ballet, ICC Vocal Jazz, ICC Readers’ Theatre, and more!
The event is organized by ICC Student Interns under the direction of ICC Communications Professor Brent Goken.
Click the link below to read a Peoria Journal Star article on ICC’s latest efforts for fall 2014 enrollment. Please note: This link will redirect you to an external site.
What’s for lunch this week?
While the new website is under development, you can find out what’s on the menu by visiting: www2.icc.edu/around-campus/campus-dining/
Technology Services is in the process of moving toward mobilizing PeopleSoft and developing a mobile web and mobile app presence for ICC. A vendor coming to campus on Wednesday, July 30, will demonstrate how they provide mobile access and how this fits with our needs to provide this service to our students. These sessions are intended to give attendees exposure to a potential direction we may be going in mobile for ICC.
HighPoint Technology Solutions is one of the leaders in mobilizing PeopleSoft and is one of the mobile platforms under consideration for ICC. HighPoint provides a way not only to make PeopleSoft functionality mobile friendly but also provides a unified platform to launch a mobile app for both iOS and Android devices for both smartphones and tablets.
Jim Henderson from HighPoint will hold three informational sessions.
- Wednesday, July 30
- Room CC102, East Peoria Campus
- Open to all faculty, staff, and administrators
**Session I – General Overview and Demo – 9 am-10:30 am
Audience: Anyone Interested in Mobile functionality
This session will be an overview of the functionality that HighPoint Mobile offers and will address a broad range of topics related to mobile functionality and specifically how HighPoint addresses them. This includes such things as the application, viewing the course catalog, adding/dropping classes, viewing the class schedule with campus map lookup, notification framework, along with many other features.
**Session II – Faculty/Instructors Overview and Demo – 11 am – noon
Audience: Faculty, Associate Deans, Academic support staff
This session focuses on features available to faculty such as Student Lookup, Viewing a Class Roster, Managing Grade Rosters, and entering grades, as well as features students can access that will support classroom instruction, such as Blackboard integration, viewing grades, viewing final exam schedules, social media integration, and many others.
**Session III – Student Services – 1 pm – 2:30 pm
Audience: Anyone in Student Services areas
This session will be a deeper dive into some of the topics of discussion from the first session that are specifically related to student application, registration, finance, and other related services.
No RSVP necessary. Questions may be directed to Brad Finley, Ext. 8557 or Corey Lyons, Ext. 8469.
If you are interested in playing on an established team or forming a new team for the Slow-Pitch Co-Ed Softball Tournament to be held Friday, August 15 of August Celebration of Learning Week, contact Paul Resnick at firstname.lastname@example.org All players and teams need to be signed up by August 1 with Paul. The tournament will begin at 2 PM and run until approximately 5 PM played on the ICC Softball Diamond by the CougarPlex. Free soda and popcorn will be provided for all players and spectators! Contact Paul Resnick at email@example.com with any questions. PLEASE NOTE that all offices should be staffed to assist students enrolling during usual business hours during the tournament.