CSS 101 - College Success Seminar
This is a collection of Open Education Resources for students taking the course CSS 101 with Prof. Tahais Real-Martins.
This course facilitates the new student's transition to college. Students become familiar with the college's resources and begin to make connections with faculty, staff, and support services. By clarifying the values and purposes of higher education, students gain an understanding of the skills, tools, and competencies needed to be a successful college student. As part of this course, students explore and utilize college-based technology resources such as accessBCC and DegreeWorks. Students learn to identify and apply their learning style to academic courses and study skills. Students develop their academic and career goals.
Students who successfully complete this course will be able to: 1. Identify, locate and utilize college resources. 2. Demonstrate knowledge about what is expected of a college student as outlined in the BCC student handbook and college catalogue. 3. Utilize available college-based technology resources. 4. Identify and apply their learning style preference to their college success. 5. Formulate academic and career goals.
Quizzes, Online Discussions, and Self-Assessments.