Here is the NCLCA annual conference announcement,'


*Robert Carey*
*Learning Center Assistant Program Manager*
*Pima Community College, East Campus*
*8181 E Irvington Rd.*
*Tucson AZ 85709-4000*
 *P. 520-206-7880*

 *-Being Challenged in life is inevitable. Being defeated is optional.*
In an effort to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Pima
Community College has suspended
face-to-face services and access to all locations through April 30, 2020.
Most employees are now
working from home and remain available by email. Traditional classes will
resume via virtual
instruction March 30. For details visit
< >.

Tutoring is now virtual. To submit a request, please go to . *
 *Staff will contact you during operational hours (M-Th 9:00-7:00, F
9:00-5:00, S 10:00-2:00).*

On Wed, Apr 21, 2021 at 12:16 PM Frizell, Michael L <
[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> *CALL TO CONFERENCE: Birmingham, Alabama – September 28 to October 1, 2021*
> “Forging Academic Success”
> The National College Learning Center Association is proud to announce our
> 36th Annual Conference
> <> will
> be held in Birmingham, Alabama, from September 29 to October 1, 2021, while
> pre- and post-con sessions will be held on September 28 and October 1 2021.
> Numerous opportunities exist for professional development, networking,
> exhibitor interaction, member engagement, and relaxation.
> Our conference website contains vital information about the conference and
> opportunities for you to submit proposals to share your extensive knowledge
> with colleagues from across the country.
> *Destination: Birmingham*
> Birmingham is the only place in the world where all the ingredients for
> making iron are present—coal, iron ore, and limestone, all within a
> ten-mile radius. We can’t think of a more fitting location as our world
> emerges from a pandemic.
> Our annual conference is all about you! You’ll get to interact with
> learning center leaders as we return to campuses and help our students
> forge academic success after an unprecedented and unsettling year.
> *Where You’ll Relax*
> The Sheraton Birmingham Hotel
> <> happens
> to be in an ideal location in Birmingham’s thriving downtown district.
> Their rooms and suites feature ample natural light, high-speed Wi-Fi, and
> the Sheraton Signature Sleep Experience. You can make your reservations
> here
> <>
> .
> *Where You’ll Engage*
> The conference is held in the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex
> <> conveniently
> connected to the Sheraton Birmingham Hotel. You’ll interact with learning
> center leaders in pre- and post-con sessions (deep dives on specific
> topics), concurrent sessions (hour-long sessions), mini-engagement sessions
> (short, lively activities you can use in training your staff), and poster
> sessions (overviews of exciting research in our field).
> *How You’ll Get Here*
> Arrive via the Sheraton’s complimentary shuttle from Birmingham-Shuttlesworth
> International Airport
> <> and
> settle in for a relaxing stay.
> *Sharing Your Work: Call for Proposals*
> We have several opportunities to share your experience, best practices,
> most exciting activities, and research at this year’s conference. Check out
> these wonderful opportunities and submit your proposals here
> <>
> .
> *Wait… No Keynote Speaker?*
> That’s right. This conference is about you! You’ll engage in over a
> hundred concurrent sessions, view research posters, and get on your feet
> during our mini-engagement sessions. We want to hear from you. How did your
> centers fair during the shutdowns? How was the shift to online learning and
> back again? What are your plans for rebuilding your centers? Our lunch
> breaks will be just that: Breaks! Enjoy the company of your colleagues.
> *What’s Going on After Hours?*
> Our Night on the Town options are coming soon!
> *You Said Something about Relaxing…*
> We’ll be holding our patented “fun run” and other activities to help you
> stay healthy in both mind and body. More information is coming soon!
> We look forward to having you join us for another exciting conference! If
> we can answer any questions, please feel free to contact our Vice President
> and Conference Chair, Michael Frizell <[log in to unmask]>.
> *Michael Frizell, MFA*
> Director of Student Learning Services
> <>
> Missouri State University
> <>
> Editor, *The Learning Assistance Review
> <>*
> Vice President, National College Learning Center Association
> <>
> Certified Learning Center Professional – Level IV (Lifetime)
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