L4HSU (Lifelong Learning Lounge)
L4HSU (The LifeLong Learning Lounge) has been the summer version of SkillShops - free learning events open to and conducted by campus and community members. It was so popular this summer that we are extending it into the school year! These sessions are more informal, can last longer than 50 minutes, and are open to everyone via Zoom.
Past events have included movie screenings, technology trainings, discussion groups, book and writing circles, professional development trainings, and webinars. L4HSU supports the personal and professional development needs of all HSU community members. All Community Members plus HSU Staff, Faculty, Students, and Administrators are welcome.
Interested in facilitating a session? Go to http://libguides.humboldt.edu/l4hsu/facilitators for information including a proposal form, templates for flyers, and much more! L4HSU@humboldt.edu will provide tech help and set up Zoom sessions, and help with getting the word out about your session!
|L4HSU events are quite diverse, well planned and easy to sign up. I loved Tableau Thursday, Camtasia workshop, book circles, graphic notes/meeting agenda, tea ceremony, West African music concert, walking with service dog, and sharing quality time with other HSU faculty, staff, students, and community members throughout the summer. I'm already looking forward to L4HSU 2016. Thank you! --2015 L4HSU participant|
- Connect programming offered over the previous year or for the future year in a coherent, organized, and planned summer series of “lunchtime” activities.
- Meet Personal and Professional Development needs of students (specifically student workers), staff, faculty, and community over the summer.
|Dr. John Johnson and Dr. Renee Byrd provided one of the best workshops I have ever attended, titled BlackLivesMatter. They provided a brief history of African American history in the U.S., weaving together BlackLivesMatter movement, social justice, prison industrial complex, currently reality on HSU campus, and finally providing how we each can expand our knowledge and make not only HSU but the society better. It was a very emotional and meaningful workshop. Many want this workshop repeated so that more people can attend. Those of us who attended are going to stay in touch to follow up on what we've learned. --2015 L4HSU participant|
Past L4HSU Events included:
- Tech Shorts
- Japanese Tea Ceremony
- Someday Mondays
- Movie Screenings
- Historic Campus Walks
- Book Circles
- Writing Circles
- Friday Fun Games
- Tableau Thursdays
- Presentations and Discussions on Diversity
- Meeting Planning
- Data Thursdays
- Book Repair
- Rock Painting
- Crochet/Knitting Circles
- and more!
|I learned some new tricks in Camtasia Studio which will help me be more efficient when using the software. I also learned how to form a proper Haiku - and that there is a peaceful little pond behind the Rec building. And...I learned about a cool coding video game, and shared that with my techie teenagers (they loved it!). Thank you!! --2015 L4HSU participant|
Previous Presenters have come from:
- University Library
- Institutional Research & Planning
- Native American Studies Department
- eLearning and Extended Education
- African American Center for Academic Excellence
- Writing Studio at the Learning Center
- Local Community
- and more!
|Professional development is always wonderful on campus. There are so many people with so much experience and there are not many places where you are really able to tap into that vast knowledge. I also really enjoyed meeting people from other parts of campus. --2015 L4HSU participant|