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It’s Not “Good-bye”, It’s “See You Over There”

by Christopher Smith on 2022-08-08T08:07:29-04:00 | Comments

By now, you may have heard that I’m leaving. When people leave it’s because they’re searching for bigger and better things. What could be better than being a Falcon, and what could be bigger than helping our students succeed?! It’s true that as of Fall 2022 I will no longer be in the Faculty Innovation Center as part of the Division of Online Studies; but it’s because I’ll be on the New Smyrna Beach campus of Daytona State College, serving as an Assistant Professor within the School of Biological & Physical Sciences.

Like everyone with whom I’ve had the pleasure serving alongside here at DSC, the staff remaining in the Division of Online Studies are talented, professional, and great at what they do. You’re still in good hands whenever you need assistance with online course development or have a technical question regarding Falcon Online. Or if you simply need a quiet place to work and collaborate on ideas – so come visit them on the Second Floor of Building 200 on the Daytona Beach campus (please, this space and equipment, along with their expertise, is FOR YOU).

While you’re at it, come visit me on our beautiful South Campus if you’re yet to see what our regional campuses have to offer. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised. You may even run into FIC On the Go, where the Online Studies staff bring their expertise to you (more details about that coming soon – be sure to follow this blog for updates).

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Christopher Smith
Instructional Designer, Division of Online Studies | 386-506-4277
Online Studies | Faculty Innovation Center (FIC)

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