How to Join the SacDays Zoom Event on August 17th
Click here to access the SacDays event.
- Enter your WebAdvisor user name and password. You will be taken to your Canvas page
- Click on "Go to Course". You will see conference information for the day.
- How to participate
- SacDays schedule
- How to use Zoom
- SAC Resources
- You will be able to click on the workshops of your choice throughout the day.
What is SacDays?
SacDays (Success at College) is a free mini conference for new and continuing students. The purpose of the conference is to challenge you to critically reflect on what it means to be a college student. You can explore how to use technology to be more successful and how to improve your ability to achieve your long-term goals. You will meet instructors by joining a meet-and-greet session, attend informative workshops, and learn about campus resources and services. You can also join a virtual session specific to your Career and Academic Pathway (CAP), where you will meet your Success Team and learn about the unique opportunities within your Career and Academic Pathway.
Yellow: Critical Reflection: What does it mean to be a college students: What does it mean to be part of a college community?
Green: Digital Literacy. How do I use technology to be more successful?
Blue: Competency: How can I have a successful college experience? How can I reach my long-term goals?
You can attend any or all of the workshops.
Monday, August 17, 2020
11:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Note: You can attend all the workshops or choose workshops at any time during the event.
What is a "Meet-and-Greet"?
Come meet your professors for the new year who will walk you through the course design, go over their syllabus and class policies, and even offer helpful tips on how to be successful in their classes! Meet and Greets are also a time to meet fellow classmates who can be great study buddies!
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