A Lethbridge College researcher is asking Lethbridge College international students whose first language is not English how their hope is affected by online learning.
A team of Lethbridge College students have used their ingenuity and skills to build a better lacrosse stick. By improving the design of the primary equipment for the oldest organized sport in North America, they’ve received recognition from the Association of Science and Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta as a finalist for the 2020 Capstone Project of the Year Award.
When Becky Fitzgerald talks about her career in nursing and teaching, two themes emerge: reaching out to underserved populations, and working to bolster hope in those who find theirs tested. Her research to complete an Educational Doctorate in Distance Education brings these threads together in a project that asks Lethbridge College international students what encourages or hinders their hope while they are studying online.
Lethbridge College’s Indigenous Services team is hosting two important online events this week. On Wednesday, the college will host its annual Orange Shirt Day ceremony, while on Friday, it will recognize the Sisters in Spirit event.
As a Kodiaks head coach, Exercise Science instructor and active dad, Simon Schaerz has considerable knowledge about physical activity, but his advice for parents looking to keep their kids active is backed by his own research.
The Lethbridge College Kodiaks excelled not just in competition during the 2019-20 season, but in the classroom as well. A total of 49 Kodiaks student-athletes have earned CCAA National Scholar honours – the most of any ACAC institution, and second most in Canada.
Leaders in supply chain technology from across Canada are coming together to discuss innovations – in a virtual experience created by Lethbridge College students and faculty. The capstone event for a series focused on supply chain management was nearly cancelled due to restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, but Virtual and Augmented Reality students and faculty collaborated on a solution that moved the conference to a virtual reality environment.
Lethbridge College faculty are getting creative and innovative to ensure they deliver engaging, relevant and high-quality classes to students in the Fall 2020 semester. With classes being delivered both online and in-person in the college’s flexible learning environment, faculty members have worked to find new ways to connect with their students.
Lethbridge College students had many thoughts, concerns and suggestions when it came to their education during the COVID-19 pandemic. The college has listened to its students and responded with new initiatives, tools and resources for the upcoming Fall 2020 semester.
Lethbridge College has been preparing for the upcoming semester by providing faculty members with many resources which will help them thrive in a new flexible learning environment, and focus on the success of their students.