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(541) 917-4904
Office: LM 124
Office Hours:
Mon. By appointment
Tue. By appointment
Wed. By appointment
Thur. By appointment
Fri. By appointment

Liz Pearce – Education/Child & Family Studies

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liz at lake louise.jpg Student Advising and Class Support 

I advise Human Services majors.  I am in a new office: Luckiamute 124 in the northwest corner of the Albany campus.

Click here to schedule an appointment labeled "student".  Be sure that you are signed into your LBCC email/google drive; otherwise calendar times will be incorrect.

If you are considering changing your major to Elementary or Secondary Education, contact Christy Stevens or Ellen Carlson. If you are considering a change to Child and Family Studies (preschool teaching) contact Marcia Walsh.  

Winter 2018 Classes

HDFS 107 Winter 2018 DRAFT

HDFS 201 Winter 2018 Online DRAFT

Prior Term's Syllabi

Online HDFS 201 Contemporary Families in the United States Syllabus

F2F (on campus) HDFS 201 Contemporary Families in the United States Syllabus

HDFS 261 Syllabus Fall 2016

ED 7.725 Job Search Skills

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Online Courses in the ED/CFS Department

The Education/Child and Family Studies Department offers several online courses.

Our online courses are as rigorous and time-intensive as face-to-face courses. We want to be sure that you, our students, are prepared for the rigor and work involved in being successful in online education. 

For that reason, we encourage you to prepare yourself just as you would for any new task.   Here are some tips.  Familiarize yourself with Moodle, your student email, and your Google Drive. Set aside regular class times (about nine hours/week for a 3 credit course) for yourself.  Stay in close communication with your teacher. Create a workspace for yourself.  Take the initiative to figure out what you need to know.

To ensure your continued enrollment and success in our courses, be sure that you enter the course by midnight on the first day of the course.  You will have at least two assignments to complete prior to the second Monday of the term.   This will give you and your Instructor a good sense of whether the class is a good fit for you.  Our Instructors use  the Institutional Drop policy (dropping student up the the second Monday of the term if they are not fully participating).  

Stay in close touch with your Instructor. We are glad to have you in our courses and want you to be successful.


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