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Liking Emails

So, you have probably had times when you wanted to acknowledge you received an email message, but you did not really have anything to say in reply. You reply “Thank you.” The other user has to spend time reading another email. Rarely they might even reply “You’re welcome.” You have to read another email. Who […]

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Someone Added Me to a Group. Now What?

Groups allow semi-exclusive communication using Outlook’s messaging. Some users may only use the groups feature for that. Others might use more of the potential of groups. If they do, how do you easily find the documents and notes other users share? From the desktop client it is pretty straightforward. Click on the group name and […]

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CTEI Book Groups Forming

The CTEI is forming book discussion groups for the winter. All teachers are welcome and we will schedule readings so as many people as possible can attend. Books are available to borrow, but Full Time teachers are encouraged to purchase any books and seek reimbursement through the Professional Improvement Fund. Express an interest below! Teaching […]

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Writing Across the Curriculum Seminar

UPDATE: Registration available- There is a reduced rate for colleges who send 3 or more attendees to the event. Registration link. We just learned of this opportunity in May for all instructors (not just communication instructors) to learn how to create writing assignments. The flyer below includes details.

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CTEI Calendar Migration

The CTEI calendar has moved to Office 365 along with the College’s email. To view the calendar you can accept the invitation that Jeff Morford sent on December 18. If you missed that invitation or deleted that invitation simply send an email to Jeff Morford or Pamela Stewart and we will give you access to the calendar. […]

Save the Date - April 6, 2019 written on yellow legal pad in soft focus

Black Male Retention: Best Practices & Student Success Conference

The students in Henry Ford College’s Black Male and QUEENS Focus Group are organizing an academic conference on the HFC campus on Saturday, April 6. The title is Black Male Retention: Best Practices & Student Success Conference. Dr. Kalvin DaRonne Harvell describes the conference as follows: The purpose of the conference is to initiate a statewide […]