Virtual Library Display
The MiraCosta College Library has created captivating Online Displays featuring items from their collections of each of the History and Heritage Months. Make sure to check out the following online displays for books and ebooks, biographies of famous people, and online films and documentaries.
Wednesday, October 21 @ 5:30 PM
Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution
Register at https://www.tinyurl.com/CripCampMCC
After a preview performance by Jungle Poppins, musicians from MiraCosta, join us to screen and discuss the 2020 documentary that ties a summer camp to American disability rights activism in the 1970s.
Friday, October 23rd @ 2-4:30PM
Myths & Facts about Students with Disabilities: Abilities Awareness Mini-Conference
Register at https://www.tinyurl.com/Abilities2020
This mini-conference includes a panel of MiraCosta students, music videos by the band Jungle Poppins (MiraCosta students), original art made by students, a screening and discussion of MiraCosta faculty member Melissa Collins-Porter's documentary Aging Out, and brief presentations by SAS and Library staff. All are welcome! Don't miss this special event.
Friday, November 20 @ 2-3:30PM
College for All
Register at https://www.tinyurl.com/CollegeForAll2020
Dr. Denise Necoechea, Professor of Education at PLNU will share ways to open the door to higher education for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Thursday, December 3 @ 10-11AM
Keeping a Positive Attitude in Tough Times
Register at https://www.tinyurl.com/RustyKrumm
Rusty Krumm, a Vocational Counselor at San Diego Community College, shares his expertise in overcoming challenges and standing up to injustice, based on his experience as an activist, professional, and community leader.
Autism Awareness Month Preview
Registration information will be posted in Spring.
+ Artist Jeremy Sicile-Kira and his mother Chantal share Jeremy's story and art.
Date and Time TBA.
+ Cheyenne Cyr, a student from Vista, shares what it's really like to have autism. |
April 8, Time TBA.
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Student Services Coordinator
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