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FILM 3480 - Rusnak

Course Guide FILM 3480-01 Art of Cinematography, Spring 2021 Stacy Rusnak

Student Resources

Student Resources

Academic Enhancement Center (AEC)

The Academic Enhancement Center (AEC) provides free online tutoring for a variety of subjects, such as math, writing, and information technology. This service is available 24/7.

For virtual tutoring, go to the navigation bar on your D2L Brightspace homepage, click the link for “Free Online Tutoring,” then select “eTutoring.” This takes you to our Smarthinking site, where you can select your subject and specific course. You can schedule a session with a GGC tutor, or check whether a tutor is available for an online drop-in session. Alternatively, you can submit a question, and a GGC tutor will respond within 24 hours. You can also select “Writing Help” to submit a paper for review.

CircleIn is an easy-to-use online study group, where you can gather with classmates who share your experience in homework and testing. We hope you will find this a valuable place to give and receive support from your fellow students. You can access this service via the navigation bar in D2L Brightspace. Click the link for CircleIn. You can also download the CircleIn app from the Apple app store or Google Play store.

We look forward to being your Pathway to Success! Email any questions to aec@ggc.edu.

Disability Services

Access and Accommodations: It is important to GGC that all students have equal access to the classroom and their educations. If you have already established accommodations with Disability Services, please provide me with your Faculty Accommodation Notification, with your approved accommodations listed. Please do so at your earliest convenience, so we can discuss your needs in this course.

If you have not yet established services through Disability Services (located in D-1404), but have a permanent disability (such as but not limited to: mental health, attention-related, learning, vision, hearing, physical or health impacts), or temporary condition that requires accommodations, you are encouraged to meet with Disability Services. To contact disability services please call 678-407-5195 or send an email to disabilityservices@ggc.edu.

Disability Services offers resources and coordinates reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities and/or temporary health conditions. Reasonable accommodations are established through an interactive process requiring the student and disability services staff to meet. Disability services will review the documentation provided, discuss functional limitations with the student, along with the classroom environment and potential barriers or access issues. Georgia Gwinnett College is committed to creating an inclusive and accessible learning environments consistent with federal and state law.

Kaufman Library

Kaufman Library provides a plethora of resources, services, and space, to help ensure your academic success.

  • Tens of thousands of full text articles as well as e-books, e-book chapters, reports, statistics, streaming media, virtual anatomy and chemistry models, etc., are available online from the library’s databases and e-journals collections, covering a wide variety of subject areas.
  • Both e-books and print books available at GGC can be located in GIL-Find, the library catalog.
  • Print books from other USG institutions are also available in GIL-Find and can be borrowed from other USG institutions.
  • Research assistance is available via chat, e-mail, phone, and by scheduling an online research appointment.
  • Research Guides provide access to relevant databases, books, journals, websites, etc., for each major subject area.

Please note that due to social distancing guidelines, study space is greatly reduced and controlled building access will be limited to available seating only. Kaufman Library makes available more than 30 study rooms that can be booked via the online reservation system. Please note that due to social distancing guidelines, the study rooms have a maximum occupancy posted for each room. A quiet reading room is also available. Computers fully loaded with campus software as well as printing are available in Kaufman Library, but access has been reduced to meet social distancing guidelines and will be counted as part of overall space limitations.