Recent updates have made Perusall even better! Highlights include the ability to add quizzes, to review all student work in one place, greater control of analytics, simpler scoring setup, and grade passback to D2L without the need for assignment-specific links. Curious about how Perusall, the only truly social e-reader, can improve your classes? Join Susanna Smith […]
Starting Monday morning and throughout the day, Fox 5 Atlanta will feature the nursing program at Georgia Highlands College. Tune in live – or see it when you subscribe for free to ghctoday.highlands.edu by adding your name and email here: https://sites.highlands.edu/ghctoday/subscribe/ And be sure to send a big CONGRATS to our nursing faculty and staff!
Please complete this form by August 2nd to place your order for a Free GHC T-shirt. These shirts will be distributed in mid-August to wear at the August 26th InService event.
Securing information and information systems is an important responsibility of the University System of Georgia (USG) and all USG institutions. In order to ensure that we are doing our part to protect our student’s data, GHC will require the use of Duo Security for all employee computers beginning on August 2nd, 2022. Please make sure […]
Good Morning, Timesheet Approval for All Biweekly Employees Biweekly Employees: Please enter all time worked and all Absence Request for the July 10 – July 23, 2022 pay period by 4:00pm, Thursday, July 21st. Employees no longer need to approve their own timesheet, however, employees will not be paid for any time or absences that […]
University System News: The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionUniversity of Georgia reports record $257 million in donationsBy Eric StirgusThe University of Georgia said Monday it received more than a quarter-billion dollars in donations and gifts during the recent fiscal year, the largest haul in its history. The record-breaking $257.4 million between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022, […]
University System News: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia universities aim to support freshman class upended by pandemic By Vanessa McCray, Ty Tagami Some public colleges and universities in metro Atlanta are offering extra help this summer to prep first-year students for the fall semester amid concerns that the pandemic left many high school students unprepared […]
The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) at Georgia Highlands College is excited to invite you to the Part-Time Faculty Symposium on Saturday, August 6 at the Cartersville campus. All new and returning part-time instructors are welcomed to attend. The agenda and registration are available on this webpage. Also, please take a moment to scroll down […]
Did you know that only 20-30% of students in the average classroom do assigned reading? In Perusall classes, >90% consistently do the reading. Recent updates have made Perusall even better! Highlights include the ability to add quizzes, to review all student work in one place, greater control of analytics, simpler scoring setup, and grade passback to […]
On July 16, the U.S. launched a new three-digit phone number—988—an easy-to-remember way for people to connect with help and support during a mental health, substance use, or suicide crisis. People can call or text 988, or chat online (988lifeline.org) to be connected to trained counselors. This lifeline can be accessed 24 hours a day, […]