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  • Online Resources - Hesston College
    Economics and Technology Business Insights Essentials Gale Business Source Premier Ebsco Computer Source Ebsco LexisNexis Academic Regional Business News Ebsco Small Business Reference Center Ebsco Education Educator s Reference Complete Gale ERIC Ebsco Professional Development Collection Ebsco Teacher Reference Center Ebsco Education Abstracts Ebsco English Language and Communication Artemis Literary Sources includes Contemporary Authors Literature Criticism Literary Biography Literature Resource Center Gale Fuente Académica Ebsco Informe Academico Gale Literary Reference Center Ebsco Literature Resource Center Gale Magill s Literary Annual Mango Languages MedicLatina Ebsco NoveList Plus Ebsco Fine Arts Art Full Text Ebsco Art Abstracts Ebsco Choral Public Domain Library International Music Score Library Project History History Reference Center Ebsco Annals of American History Encyclopedia of the Continental Congresses European Views of the Americas 1493 1750 Ebsco Global Issues in Context Gale Great Events from History Natural Science Applied Science Technology Abstracts Ebsco GreenFILE Ebsco GreenR Gale News Sources Newspaper Source Plus Ebsco InfoTrac Newsstand Gale AP NewsMonitor Collection Ebsco LexisNexis Academic Regional Business News Ebsco Web News Ebsco Google Newspapers Nursing Medical and Health CINAHL Full Text Ebsco Proquest Nursing and Allied Health Source Health Reference Center Academic Gale Health Source Nursing Academic Edition Ebsco if accessing from off campus use EbscoHost Databases link on library main page AHFS Consumer Medication Information Ebsco if accessing from off campus use EbscoHost Databases link on library main page Alt HealthWatch Ebsco if accessing from off campus use EbscoHost Databases link on library main page Consumer Health Complete Ebsco if accessing from off campus use EbscoHost Databases link on library main page Health Wellness Resource Center Gale Health Source Consumer Edition Ebsco if accessing from off campus use EbscoHost Databases link on library main page MedicLatina Ebsco if accessing from off campus use EbscoHost Databases link on library main page MEDLINE Ebsco

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  • Research Assistance - Hesston College
    Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Mary Miller Library Research Assistance Research Assistance Citing Sources Using Modern Language Association MLA format from Purdue OWL Using American Psychological Association APA format from Purdue OWL Using Chicago Manual of Style CMS format from Purdue OWL A copy of the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers 7th Edition and the Publication Manual of the Psychological Association 6th Edition are on library reserve at the circulation desk Evaluating Information Evaluating information found on the Internet by Elizabeth Kirk Johns Hopkins University Plagiarism Information Academic Integrity Hesston College policy Copyright Plaigiarism Purdue Plagiarism information for faculty from Rutgers University Searching on the Open Web A nice basic Search Engine Tip Sheet is managed by Illinois State The BEST Search Engines Tips and info from the University of California at Berkeley Search Engine Watch A neat

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  • Services and Policies - Hesston College
    a 5 processing fee If the patron fails to pay the bill to the library library staff will forward the bill to the business office The user is responsible for lost or damaged items The user will be billed for the cost of the replacement of the item and a 5 processing fee after time is allowed for searching for the item If when billed items are returned only the 5 processing fee will be charged to the patron Please return all material to the book drop in the circulation desk during library hours When the library is closed return items in the book return located to the right of the east Smith Center entrance Library Catalog The catalog serves as an index to all material in the library The computer catalog indexes each item by key word author title subject and classification number Mary Miller Library uses the Dewey Decimal Classification System Materials are arranged by subject according to a numerical system Resources Circulating books are located in the stacks in the main reading room Audio visual software videos and DVDs are located on the north wall Feature film videos and DVDs are shelved on the farthest west low shelving CDs are located in the CD cabinet in the northeast corner Periodicals which the Mary Miller Library receives are listed on the computer catalog Current issues are displayed at the west end of the reading room Back issues are shelved in the library basement The stairs to the basement are located in the northeast corner of the reading room Periodicals on microfilm and microfiche are filed in the metal cabinets in the library basement The library also holds a variety of periodical indices The Library s online index holdings include EBSCOhost Gale and ProQuest Nursing These indices are accessible through the World Wide Web on the Mary Miller Library main page They include full text articles Access them on the 12 fixed and four wireless laptop computers in the library on personal laptops brought to the library on the computers in the computer labs and on personal computers in dorm rooms All online sources may be accessed from off campus computers as well Reference books include encyclopedias dictionaries handbooks and commentaries The reference collection is located on the low shelving near the library entrance Large dictionaries are located throughout the library Online reference sources include Encyclopaedia Britannica Online Lexis Nexis Literature Resource Center GAMEO Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online HeritageQuest Annals of American History Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center CQ Researcher Global Issues in Context and a collection of college catalogs They can be accessed from the library main page on any computer on or off campus Children s Books J are located in the northeast corner of the library and Fiction Books F are located on the low shelving running east and west in the middle of the library Reserve material is material which instructors have selected for special class use The material is placed on reserve to make

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  • Media and Instructional Technology Services - Hesston College
    Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Media and Instructional Technology Services Media and Instructional Technology Services Hesston College Media and Instructional Technology Services exists to aid faculty in effectively using instructional technologies to support learning in and out of the classroom We also provide media services and support for non academic areas of the campus community and at times for the broader church and local community FITS Faculty Instructional Technology Support Services provided for students Media and Instructional Technology Services Alumni Academics Deciding Students Departments Programs Art Aviation Bible and Ministry Biology Business and Computer Information Technology Chemistry Communications Disaster Management Education English History Mathematics Music Nursing Physical Education Physics Social Sciences Spanish Theatre Faculty Mary Miller Library Career Information Mary Miller Library Catalog eBooks Hesston College Archives Interlibrary Loan Kansas and Other Libraries Online Databases alphabetical order Online Resources Research Assistance Services and Policies Majors Media and

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  • Faculty Instructional Technology Support - Hesston College
    presentations on all academic topics You will need iTunes on your computee Khan Academy A variety of video tutorials in math and science described as perfect for someone wanting a clear conceptual understanding of a specific concept The New England IT Has a nice listing of web sites to find videos either by Type Documentaries Interviews Lectures Lessons etc or by by Subject Area SnagFilms SnagFilms is a website where you can watch full length documentary films for free Open Video Project TopDocumentaryFilms com Browse by title or topic Free Documentaries org Streams full length documentary films free of charge with no registration needed For several films they offer the ability to watch trailers or to download the actual film Other Video Options YouTube edu has videos sorta already filtered for educational use Utubersity another site with educational videos collected via subject Don t forget to search Google Video for that short video you hope exists on a certain topic Or consider SKYPE and live video conference with an expert or alumni Open Content Resources for Faculty Community College Open Textbook Collaborative The Community College Open Textbook Collaborative funded by The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation is a collection of colleges governmental agencies educational nonprofits and other education related organizations The collaborative provides training for instructors adopting open resources peer reviews of open textbooks an online professional network support for authors opening their resources and other services Flat World Knowledge Mixing tradition with innovation this open source textbook site allows instructors to select free textbooks that are written by experts and rigorously reviewed Educators can mix and match chapters or add their own materials Students can select from a variety of formats print audio bythe chapter and more Flat World also offers its own community where users can discuss the lessons swap study notes and learn from the book and each other MIT OpenCourseWare MIT s OpenCourseWare OCW Initiative is planning to build a huge repository of MIT course materials for educators and students to use regardless of their location or affiliation with MIT By 2007 resources for almost all of MIT s 2000 or so courses will be available A prototype has been released and includes reading lists lecture notes assignments demonstrations experiments and or samples of student works from a number of current MIT courses Another OpenCourseWare collection OpenCourseWare is a free and open digital publication of high quality educational materials organized as courses The OpenCourseWare Consortium is a collaboration of more than 200 higher education institutions and associated organizations from around the world creating a broad and deep body of open educational content using a shared model National Digital Science Library An NSF project initiated in 2000 the National Science Digital Library NSDL includes collections services and targeted research in its digital library The overall mission is to serve as a comprehensive source of Web based learning resources for science technology engineering and mathematics education They also have resources in the Social Science area Creative Commons CC

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  • Flipping your class - Hesston College
    HC faculty The basic idea is to take material you would have presented in class and give it to students outside of class for them to do on their own and then use class time for more interactive activities peer based learning or time for faculty to have one on one or one on small group interaction What seems to be increasing interest now in flipping is technology that makes it easier to have content online for viewing whenever the student wants Besides the common read this outside of class which faculty have been doing for decades more faculty are assigning online videos that show the content they want students to learn This is as easy as putting a link to the video in a certain area of their Moodle class Some HC faculty have used the newer version of PPT which makes it very easy to record your audio and attach it to slides in a PPT show Nursing faculty have just this summer put together some PPTs on specific skills Inside these PPT s when students get to a certain slide they are told to view certain videos that came with their textbook or faculty have embedded in the PPT their own demonstration videos that we recorded on that skill Students will now view the PPT and videos on their own outside of class time Making major changes to a course design is not an easy or quick task However I would encourage you to read more about these options Or instead of redesigning a whole course what if you tried one of these ideas on just one lecture and see what happens Look in our Faculty Moodle class for specific tech tips on options for recording a presentation Here are some links with more information and ideas

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  • Services for students - Hesston College
    Info Capital Campaign Estate Planning Give to Hesston Hesston College Today Church Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Academics Media and Instructional Technology Services Services for students Services for students Media and Instructional Technology Services is located in Smith Center and provides audio and video support to campus Moodle Notes for Students Duplication MITS can make DVD copies of any recorded Hesston College event for 5 Audio mp3 files of chapels are available on the chapel and forum schedule on the Hesston College website Other AV equipment for classroom use MITS provides slide projectors and some other audio visual equipment not installed in classrooms Contact the MITS office at ext 8243 to schedule use of additional AV equipment Media and Instructional Technology Services Faculty Instructional Technology Support Computer Ergonomic Guidelines Equipment Instructions Sanyo and Panasonic projectors Equipment Instructions TurningTechnologies Clickers MS Office

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  • MITS alumni - Hesston College
    Services From the 70s and earlier From the 80s From the 90s In the new millenium Media Services Office and equipment today Media Services Home Page 2013 14 Kendrik Mast Jason Oyer Redfa Tithalawa Isaac Dahl Spencer Miller Oliver Denlinger 2012 13 Erin Albrecht Alex Bargerstock Mitch Denlinger Kendrik Mast Jason Oyer Redfa Tithalawa 20011 12 Erin Albrecht Jesse Baer Curtis Denlinger Kirstie Mattos Stephen Quenzer Redfa Tithalawa 20010 11 Jesse Baer Darin Bontrager Curtis Denlinger Stephen Quenzer 2009 10 Travis Duerksen Levent Miller Chad Newcomer Darin Bontrager Curtis Denlinger 2008 09 Jafeth Bruinink Travis Duerksen Levent Miller Chad Newcomer Marcus Unruh 2007 08 Jafeth Bruinink Drew Claassen Ben Jantzi Grant Sprunger Marcus Unruh 2006 07 Drew Claassen Jonathon Gallop Mark Horst Matt Ropp Grant Sprunger 2005 06 Jared Leaman Matt Ropp Nick Miller Mark Horst Chris Voth 2004 05 David King Kyle Mast Brandon Leaman Jared Leaman Chris Voth 2003 04 David King Michael Hershberger Kyle Mast Matt Walker Andrew Willems 2002 03 Joe Fenton Michael Hershberger David Helmuth Matt Walker Andrew Willems 2001 02 Dan Carpenter Joe Fenton Jon Leichty Jason Knox Michael Wiens 2000 01 Jeff Bitikofer John Michaels Michelle Wade Collin Wyse Jason Knox Jon Leichty Michael Wiens 1999 2000 Jeff Bitikofer Jeremy Kempf Jon Graber John Michaels Michelle Wade Collin Wyse 1998 99 Travis Pickerill Gale Hess Jeff Bitikofer Jeremy Kempf Jon Graber 1997 98 Matt Leichty Denver Dorsing Travis Pickerill Gale Hess 1996 97 Russ Neufeld Lynn Roth Travis Trotter Adam Yoder Matt Leichty Denver Dorsing Rachel Yoder 1995 96 Ryan Koehn Shawn Nolt Lew Martin Lynn Roth Travis Trotter 1994 95 Curt Musser Aaron Diller Ryan Koehn Shawn Nolt 1993 94 Robert Gomez Brad Schweitzer Curt Musser Aaron Diller 1992 93 Matt Stamm Ron Kropf Robert Gomez Brad Schweitzer Tim Unruh 1991 92

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