Mississippi College

Leland Speed Library

Faculty Workshops


Join Speed Library & Faculty Senate for a free light catered meal as you Lunch & Learn about topics of interest!!  Sessions are held three times a semester on Thursdays during Chapel hour.  Session topics, dates, and RSVP guidelines are sent via Faculty/Adjunct email lists each month. 

To suggest a Lunch 'n Learn topic or if you are interested in hosting a session, please contact Ben VanHorn (ext. 7390) to learn more.

Past Lunch & Learn Workshops

So you want to be a Podcaster? Learning the Basics of Audio Recording in the Classroom

Interested in recording some of your classroom lectures for Moodle or Faculty Website?  Ryan Capell, Meda Technology Coordinator, provided an overview of the best software and practices for digitally recording classroom lectures, interviews, and assignments. 

SOS I need a CRS: Online Classroom Response System

Classroom Response Systems, allow students to provide instructors with instant feedback and quick responses to questions.  Lauren Fletcher, Coordinator of Reference Services, demonstrated how to use 3 free, online Classroom Response Systems including how to set up accounts, create & take assessments, and system best practices.

The Future of the Past: Historical Memory & American Culture

History Department Chair, Dr. Patrick Connelly spoke on the historical past from the end of the Cold War to the Present Day, commenting on events, people, and places that will be represented in the history books.

Undergraduate Research at MC

Dr. Magers, Professor & Chair of the Academic Research Council, discussed the benefits of Undergraduate Research, obtaining funding, and new resources available to MC Faculty since MC's inclusion as an enhanced member of the Council on Undergraduate Research.

Getting Started with Team-Based Learning

Dr. Robert Philpot & Joanna Mason of the Physician Assistant Program share the PA School's teaching philosophy and provide faculty with a crash course on implementing and executing Team-Based Learning.