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Take Our Word For It – JEDSN and Dr. Cathy Kurkjian

The big project for The Center this summer was our collaboration with CCSU’s Jamaican Educator Development and Support Network (JEDSN). For the second summer in a row, our staff assisted a large group of Jamaican Elementary school teachers with a multimedia project as part of their Reading and Language Arts Master’s Program. The program has […]

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Take Our Word For It – Michael, Rhiannon, and Arnaldo from CLIMB

Starting in February, the Center began a partnership with the CLIMB Program to assist their students in the development of their skills in technology. CLIMB (Career Ladder to Independence, Maturity and Beyond) is a program that helps young adults with special needs, ages 18 to 21, with job preparation, life skills, and their ability to be […]

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Take Our Word For It – Richard Benfield, Geography

November has been a busy month for The Center with Classroom Collaborations. Possibly the most involved of them has been our collaboration with Dr. Richard Benfield’s Geography 454- Geography of Tourism Marketing class. “We’ve gone into movie­ production for this assignment because, what we’re seeing, is that graduates want to do much more social marketing, […]

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Take Our Word For It – Darren Sweeney, Journalism

Most people know him as Meteorologist and Reporter for NBC Connecticut, but Darren Sweeney, also an Assistant Professor of Journalism at CCSU, is one of our most frequent visitors to The Center. “I discovered The Center when I was an adjunct instructor here, and it helped me out immensely, just being able to come in, […]

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Take Our Word For It – Dr. William Nelson

Dr. William Nelson is an Assistant Professor in CCSU’s Special Education Department and has been using the Center’s resources for a long time. We asked Dr. Nelson to tell us a little about how the Center has helped him and here’s what he shared: “Over the past three years the staff in the Instructional Design […]

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