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How to Register See page B2

Class Locations See page B4

Open Registration Begins September 1 Fall Term Begins September 24

Distinguished Alumni find that connections made and skills learned at LBCC benefit their careers and the communities they serve. See page A2

linnbenton.edu/go/schedule

ALBANY COMMUNITY EDUCATION

6500 Pacific Blvd. SW Albany, OR 97321-3755

ECRWSS Residential Postal Patron

Cr O Flip ed nli fo it ne r Cl & as se s

LBCC Welcome Day

Food, Information & Fun on September 19. See page B28

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Connections That Matter

BENTON CENTER

Class Listings Begin on page B5

LEBANON CENTER

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CLASSES FALL 2012

SWEET HOME CENTER

COMMUNITY EDUCATION &

Periodical Postage PAID Albany, OR 97321


B2

HOW TO REGISTER

Table of Contents Academic Advisors............................... A18

REGISTER ONLINE Beginning Sturday, Sept. 1 at 7 a.m.

Academic Information....................... A12 Albany Community Ed.........................B5 Benton Center......................................B14 Business & Employer Services . .........B40 Campus Map....................................... A19 Credit Classes (all locations)................ A6 Direct-dial Phone Numbers................. A3 Distance Education............................... A5 How to Read Class Listings...................................................B4 LBCC Policies......................................... A8 Lebanon Center...................................B29

Taken classes before at LBCC? • Go to www.linnbenton.edu/go/webrunner • Log in to WebRunner Never taken a class at LBCC? • Go to www.linnbenton.edu/go/apply • Click on the button that best describes you • Create a New Account and complete the Student Data Form

Student Services Info.......................... A14

• Log in to WebRunner Click on Student Click on Registration Click on Register/Add/Drop Classes

Sweet Home Center.............................B35

____________________________________________

Term Calendar...................................... A4

REGISTER IN PERSON

Location Key..........................................B4 Registration Steps............................A9, B2 Registration Request Form...................B3

Tuition & Fees Info............................. A11 Weather Closures................................... A4 Web Registration Instructions......................................... A10

Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 4 at all LBCC registration locations* • Complete a Registration Request Form (on next page or at www.linnbenton.edu/go/forms under Other Forms) • Bring to any registration location* ____________________________________________

Using this LBCC Schedule of Classes Flip Book You are reading side “B,” which contains credit and non-credit classes offered through Albany Community Education, Benton Center, Lebanon Center and Sweet Home Center as well as training and business development offerings. If you flip the book over, you will be reading side “A,” which contains distance education and all credit classes, regardless of location.

REGISTER BY MAIL OR FAX

• Complete a Registration Request Form (on next page or at www.linnbenton.edu/go/forms under Other Forms) • Mail or Fax to any registration location* Please note: the LBCC Admissions Office will not accept Registration Request Forms by mail. You must mail to a registration location listed below.. ____________________________________________ *LBCC registration locations Albany Community Education, Takena Hall, Room T-205, 6500 Pacific Blvd. SW, Albany, OR 97321, Fax 541-917-4947 Benton Center, 757 NW Polk Ave., Corvallis, OR 97330, Fax 541-757-9537 Lebanon Center, 44 Industrial Way, Lebanon, OR 97355, Fax 541-259-5853 Sweet Home Center, 1661 Long St., Sweet Home, OR 97386, Fax 541-367-4029 Driving directions & maps at: www.linnbenton.edu/go/campus-maps

www.linnbenton.edu

NEW STUDENTS SEEKING A DEGREE Students who are seeking full-time enrollment (12 credits or more), financial aid or priority registration: flip this schedule and see the middle section with the solid stripe down the edge of the page. CONTINUING, FULLY ADMITTED STUDENTS All fully admitted students who were enrolled any previous term may register online using WebRunner. Registration priority is based on your currently registered and earned LBCC hours, which are available in WebRunner or by asking at any LBCC registration location (photo I.D. is required).

If you have a documented disability that will impact you at college, contact the Office of Disability Services, RCH-105, 541-917-4789, or e-mail ods@linnbenton.edu. Requests should be submitted four to six weeks prior to the start of term. For more information, visit www.linnbenton.edu/ go/ds.


REGISTRATION FORM

www.linnbenton.edu COUNSELOR/ADVISOR SIGNATURE

ADDRESS OK

LBCC REGISTRATION REQUEST FORM SUMMER

FALL

WINTER

CLERK

BIO OK

SPRING

B3

DATE __________________________________

Providing your social security number is voluntary. If you provide it, the college will use your Social Security number for keeping records, doing research, aggregate reporting, extending credit and collecting debts. Your Social Security number will not be given to the general public. If you choose not to provide your Social Security number, you will not be denied any rights as a student. Please read the statement with the registration information in your class schedule which describes how your number will be used. Providing your Social Security number means that you consent to use of the number in the manner described. SSN OR ID #

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BIRTH DATE ___________________________________

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MO

PLEASE PRINT NAME ______________________________________ LAST

__________________________________ FIRST

DAY

____________________

YES

NO

(OPTIONAL)

MALE

FEMALE

________________________________

MIDDLE

(REQUIRED) Have you lived in Oregon or a border state for the 90 days prior to the start of the term? Are you a U.S. Citizen or Resident Alien?

YEAR

MAIDEN NAME OR PREVIOUS NAME USED

YES

NO

If no, indicate type of visa: _______________

Major: ________________

PERMANENT HOME ADDRESS (not P.O. box or dorm) ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ NUMBER AND STREET

CITY

STATE

ZIP

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ COUNTY

PHONE (HOME)

PHONE (WORK)

PHONE (OTHER)

Mailing Address (optional)

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ NUMBER AND STREET

CITY

STATE

ZIP

The following information is required on federal reports and affects funding, which allows us to maintain lower tuition charges. Pick one MAIN reason you are here this term. (Select one)

Do you plan to earn a degree/certificate at Linn-Benton Community College?

(A)

Graduate with degree or certificate and transfer to a 4-year college.

(B)

Graduate with degree or certificate and become employed in my field.

(A)

(Select one) Yes, Associate Degree.

(C)

Transfer without a degree.

(B)

Yes, Certificate.

(D)

To get better job after taking classes.

(C)

Yes, High School Diploma or GED.

(E)

Take job related, or job required classes.

(D)

No, Not at this time.

(F)

Finish high school.

(G)

Prepare for GED exams.

(H)

Learn English.

(I)

Improve my reading, writing, or math skills.

Hispanic or Latino

(1)

(J)

Explore career and education options.

Not Hispanic or Latino

(2)

Asian

(K)

Have fun.

(3)

Black or African American

(L)

Other

(4)

Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander

(5)

White

Are you a Veteran? Yes

No

LBCC is required by the Federal Government to ask the following: What is your ethnicity?

What is your race? Mark one or more American Indian or Alaskan Native

Students with disabilities requiring accommodations call 917-4789 or Relay to Voice at LBCC 1-800-735-2900 DAYS/HOURS CRN # SEC # COURSE # TITLE CR M T W R F

S

SU

LOC

INSTRUCTOR INITIALS, IF REQUIRED

IF YOU ARE RECEIVING AID OR REGISTERING FOR 12 OR MORE CREDITS YOU MUST BE ADMITTED TO THE COLLEGE. Electronic Billing Notification: LBCC does not mail bills unless you opt out at a registration location. Notification of billing information is sent to your LBCCassigned email, RoadRunner Mail. See www.linnbenton.edu/go/electronic-notification for more information

YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT FOR ALL COURSES IN WHICH YOU ARE REGISTERED

Student Consumer Information: The college complies with the Student-Right-to-Know Campus Security Act of 1990. The Annual Campus Safety Report is available from the Campus Security Office, (541) 917-4440, and the Dean of Student Services Office, (541) 917-4806. Retention and graduation statistics are available through the First-Stop Entry Center in Takena Hall, (541) 917-4812. These reports and other pertinent information are available at http://linnbenton.edu/righttoknow. LBCC releases “directory information” regarding students, including address and telephone listing, enrollment status (full or part time), major field of study, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of athletes, dates of attendance, school or division of enrollment, degrees and awards received. If you DO NOT WANT DIRECTORY INFORMATION RELEASED, please complete a Directory Deletion Form in the Admissions/Registration Office in Takena Hall or at http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/forms The policy of Linn LBCC prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, ethnicity, use of native language, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, veteran status, age, or any other status protected under applicable federal, state, or local laws. Students having questions about equal opportunity and nondiscrimination, contact the Dean of Student Services. If transferring credits from another college or university, have an official transcript sent to LBCC Admissions and complete a Transfer Credit Evaluation Request form.

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DO NOT MAIL TO LBCC ADMISSIONS OFFICE. SEE PAGE B2 FOR INFO.


B4

HOW TO REGISTER LOCATION KEY

AC......................................................Activities Center, 6500 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany ACORN...........................Acorn Center Corvallis, 1740 NW Division Street, Corvallis ALBLIB.....................................................Albany Library, 2450 14th Avenue, Albany ALBSR...................................... Albany Senior Center, 489 Water Avenue NW, Albany ALFD14................Albany Fire Department #14, 2850 Gibson Hill Road NW, Albany ALPINE..................................................................................................Alpine, Alpine AMARTS........................... Aurora Martial Arts, 195 SE Crystal Lake Drive, Corvallis BAAS.....................Brownsville Art Association Studio, 255 Main Street, Brownsville BC............................................................Benton Center, 757 NW Polk Ave, Corvallis BENTON...............................Benton Hall (OSU), Oregon State University, Corvallis BGCLUB.........................................Albany Boys’ & Girls’ Club, 1215 Hill St, Albany BRSFIT......................... Brownsville Fitness Center, 112 Spaulding Ave, Brownsville BXL.............................................................Bexell Hall OSU, OSU Campus, Corvallis CC.............................................................. Calapooia Center, LBCC Campus, Albany CCWALB.................Corvallis Clinic Walnut Blvd, 2350 NW Century Drive, Corvallis CHANCE.....................................................C.H.A.N.C.E., 435 3rd Avenue SE, Albany CHS........................................Corvallis High School, 1400 NW Buchanan, Corvallis CKS...................................................Corvallis Karate School, 311 NW 6th, Corvallis CLELEM..................................Central Linn Elementary School, 239 W 2nd, Halsey CLEMEN.............................. Clemen’s Primary School, 535 South 19th, Philomath CLINIC...............................................................Clinical For Nursing, LBCC, Albany CORV.............................................................................................Corvallis, Corvallis CORVSR................................... Corvallis Senior Center, 2601 NW Tyler St., Corvallis DOWN............................................Downing’s Gym, 1820 SW Third Street, Corvallis F..................................................................Forum Building, LBCC Campus, Albany FAIR..................................................Fairbanks Hall (OSU), OSU Campus, Corvallis FAIRGR.....................................Linn County Fairgrounds, 3700 Knox Butte, Albany FIRCON..................First Congregational Church, 4515 SW West Hills Rd, Corvallis FLD................................................................. LBCC Athletic Field/Field Trip, Albany FRMTES...........Fairmount Elementary School, 1005 Spring Hill Road NW, Albany GRNHSE........................................................... Green House, LBCC Campus, Albany HDSTLB........................................ Head Start Lebanon, 300 Market Street, Lebanon HORSE.......................................................LBCC Horse Center, 2958 53rd St, Albany HOSP.............................................................Hospital(see schedule for loc), Various HYBRID...........................Hybrid Class, Class meets some face-to-face, some online IA........................................................ Industrial A Building, LBCC Campus, Albany IB........................................................ Industrial B Building, LBCC Campus, Albany IC........................................................ Industrial C Building, LBCC Campus, Albany INTNET...........................Internet, Online class possibly with, inperson orientation KNGVLY........................................................... Kings Valley School, Rt 1, Philomath LAB.........................................................................For lab designation only, Various LAKESI.................................................. Lakeside Center, Mennonite Village, Albany LC........................................................Lebanon Center, 44 Industrial Way, Lebanon LCH.......................... Lebanon Community Hospital, 33181 Santiam Hwy, Lebanon

www.linnbenton.edu/go/campus-maps www.linnbenton.edu LCX.......................................... Lebanon Center Annex, 44 Industrial Way, Lebanon LEBSR..................................... Lebanon Senior Center, 80 Tangent Street, Lebanon LIBEL...................................... Liberty Elementary School, 2345 Liberty SW, Albany LINCON.............................................................................. Lincoln School, Corvallis LINDHS................................Linn County DHS, 118 SE Second Ave, Suite D, Albany LL.................................................... Lakeshore Lanes, 5432 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany LM...............................................Luckiamute Center, 6500 SW Pacific Blvd, Albany MCAF.......................................... McAlexander Field House, OSU Campus, Corvallis MEADOW....................................................Meadow Park, 277 NW Conifer, Corvallis MH........................................................Madrone Hall, 6500 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany MKH....................................................McKenzie Hall, 6500 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany MMS.......................................................................Memorial Middle School, Albany NSH............................................North Santiam Hall, 6500 SW Pacific Blvd, Albany OREKI............................................. Oregon Ki Society, 535 NW 4th Street, Corvallis OSBORN..................................................................Osborn Aquatic Center, Corvallis OSU....................................................................... Oregon State University, Corvallis PCDC........................ Periwinkle Child Development, 6500 SW Pacific Blvd, Albany PEACE.................................... Peace Lutheran Church, 2540 Applegate, Philomath PHILMS...............................Philomath Middle School, 2021 Chapel Dr, Philomath PIONEE.................................................. Pioneer School, 500 N 5th Street, Lebanon PRESCH...............................United Presbyterian Church, 114 SW 8th St., Corvallis RCH.............................................................. Red Cedar Hall, LBCC Campus, Albany RESER..............................Reser Stadium (OSU), Oregon State University, Corvallis SAHS................................... South Albany High School, 3705 Columbus SE, Albany SCIOK...................................................Scio Kindergarten not used, 38743 Ash, Scio SHC............................................Sweet Home Center, 1661 Long Street, Sweet Home SHHS..................................... Sweet Home High School, 1641 Long St, Sweet Home SONGBR..................................Songbird Community Room, 215 21st St SE, Albany SSH............................................ South Santiam Hall, 6500 SW Pacific Blvd, Albany SSHORE..................................................................South Shore Elementary, Albany STEELH........................................Steelhead Fitness, 1295 Main Street, Sweet Home STNBRK....................... Stone Brook Apartments, 300 W. Holley Drive, Sweet Home SUNRIS......................................................Sunrise School, 730 19th Ave SE, Albany SWANSO............................... Cool Swanson Action Center, 705 Railroad Ave, Albany T.............................................................Takena Hall, 6500 SW Pacific Blvd, Albany TENCRT.................................................................................... Tennis Court, Albany TIMBER........................Timber Ridge School, 373 Timber Ridge Street NE, Albany TRK............................................................................................. LBCC Track, Albany TROUBA............................. Troubadour Music Center, 521 SW 2nd Street, Corvallis WAHS....................................West Albany High School, 1130 Queen Ave SW, Albany WH.................................................... Willamette Hall, 6500 SW Pacific Blvd, Albany WNHOUS................Willamette NeighborhoodHousing, 257 SW Madison, Corvallis WOH.................................................. White Oak Hall, 6500 Pacific Blvd SW, Albany WOWLEB.............................Wow Fitness (Lebanon), 2225 S. Main Street, Lebanon ZCBJ........................................................................ ZCBJ Hall, 38704 S Main St, Scio

How to read class listings in this schedule Course # indicates the specific number by which a class is identified. Courses with letter prefixes apply toward LBCC degree and certificate programs. Courses numbered 0.100 to 0.999 do not apply toward LBCC degrees and certificates. College transfer courses have 100 and 200 numbers. Courses with numbers lower than 100 are not transferable. Courses numbered between 1.000 and 8.999 are professional/technical courses and generally will not transfer to four-year colleges and universities. There are some exceptions to this rule: see an academic advisor for details.

CRN stands for course request number. This is an identifying number for each course and is used in registering and for other procedures. Day(s) indicates the day or days of the week the class meets. The key for days of the week is at the bottom of every left hand page of class listings. TBA stands for To Be Arranged

Tuition If a tuition amount or “free” is not listed, multiply the number of credit hours by the current percredit-hour tuition.

Grade indicates the grading options. “OPT” indicates that you have the option of taking the course for a letter grade or on a pass/no-pass (P/NP) basis. It is your responsibility to check the class schedule to determine Wks indicates the number of weeks the class meets. whether a class has the P/NP option. Requests for “P” grades may be processed through the Registration Office or through the Course # Title Credits Grade instructor. CRN Day(s) Time Starts Wks Location............Footnotes.... Tuition................... Instructor Footnote(s) indicates special COMPUTER APPLICATIONS requirements and/or supplemental BA271 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN BUSINESS 3 A-F class information. The footnote key 21334 TBA TBA 09/25 11 INTNET...................... INTNET.........................................................PRIEWE,R is at the bottom of every other page 20840 TR 1000A-1150A 09/26 11 MKH-205............................P......................................................CARROLL,L of class listings.


ALBANY COMMUNITY ED

541-917-4840 • albany@linnbenton.edu Course # Title

Credits

Albany Community Education CRN

Day(s)

Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

B5

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

LBCC Campus, Takena Hall 205, 6500 Pacific Blvd. SW, Albany, OR 97321-3755 541-917-4840 • www.linnbenton.edu/go/albany-community-ed Joel White, Director, Community Education joel.white@linnbenton.edu Catherine Edmonston, Center Coordinator, Albany Community Education • cathy.edmonston@linnbenton.edu

Normal Hours of Operation Monday – Thursday.........................................................8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Fridays..........................................................................8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Scheduled Campus Closures All LBCC locations will be closed Sept. 3 & 11, Nov. 12, 22 & 23 and December 24 through January 1.

Open Registration for All Classes:

Directions to the LBCC Albany campus.

Open registration for all classes begins online only Saturday, Sept. 1, at 7 a.m.

Takena Hall, 2nd Floor Courtyard

Courtyard

To Elevator

T-237

Stairs

T-229

T-227 T-225

Landing

OPEN TO LOWER FLOOR

T-216

T-214 T-208 T-204 T-206

T-210 T-209

ALBANY COMMUNITY EDUCATION

T-205

CLASSROOM T-207

OPEN TO LOWER FLOOR

N

T239A

T-239

Registration in person will be available at Albany Community Education beginning at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 4. You may register in person during regular hours throughout the registration period. See page B2 for information about Web registration. Registration for Driver Education begins Sept. 4 at 8 a.m. at the Albany campus and Benton Center, and 8:30 a.m. at the Lebanon Center. Enrollment is limited, so preregistration is recommended for all classes. Most classes begin the week of Sept. 24. Registration for classes held at the Albany Senior Center also begins Sept. 4. Students may register for classes at any LBCC registration site, or via the Web. LBCC’s Albany Community Education brings educational opportunities closer to your home. We’re always open to your ideas and delighted to hear how we can better help you become a lifelong learner. Call us at 541-917-4840. We’re listening!

Albany Community Education offices are located on the second floor of Takena Hall. The nearest elevator is in the Library.

For locations of all classes, see page B4.


B6

ALBANY COMMUNITY ED

541-917-4840 • albany@linnbenton.edu

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Time

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Day(s)

Credits

Time

Starts

Grade

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ITV J K O P S

Interactive television course Register prior to first class Register at offering center Open entry Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.)

SD Self-directed course V Variable credit M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; S=Saturday; U=Sunday

Information on these classes and more can be found on the following pages or visit our website at www.linnbenton.edu and click on “schedule For of class classes” locations, see page B4

See this schedule online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule


ALBANY COMMUNITY ED

541-917-4840 • albany@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

ANIMAL TECHNOLOGY 0.104

T

0

0700p-0950p 09/25 10 FAIRGR.......... OS..............$84.00.............. MANN,G

$70.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.104

EQUINE SKILLS

0

Develop a training program to teach a horse advanced maneuvers in order to prepare for amateur and professional events. Basic principles of behavior modification and horse psychology will be utilized to evaluate the individual horse and build a training program suited to the individual. Must bring own horse.

21683

W

0700p-0950p 09/26 10 FAIRGR.......... OS..............$84.00.............. MANN,G

$70.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.132P MIXED MEDIA PAINTING

0

A painting class using oil, acrylics or watercolors. Designed so each student will complete at least one finished painting. Bring canvas, paints, brushes and picture you want to paint. For beginners to intermediate level. W

0900a-1150a 09/26 10 LAKESI.......... OS..............$84.00......... RANDALL,E

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.132PW BEGINNING WATERCOLOR

0

Unrivaled in color, brilliance and sensitivity, watercolor is a perennial favorite. Learn to use pigment, water, paper and brushes, and free yourself to express yourself in color. For beginners but a good review for everyone. Supply list at first class.

22369

W

0900a-1050a 09/26 5

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.151

ALBSR........... OS..............$39.00......MARCHESE,G

CREATIVE CALLIGRAPHY

0

A more in depth course focusing on creative use of calligraphy (several alphabets) working in color, more advanced principles of design and layout. Plan and produce beautiful projects building on what you have already learned.

21684

M

0900a-1150a 09/24 8

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

ALBSR........... OS..............$75.00............TANAKA,Y

0

Introduction to the components involved in becoming a family child care provider. Required for state registration. 0630p-0920p 0630p-0920p 0630p-0920p 0900a-1150a

09/18 10/17 11/20 12/11

1 1 1 1

IA-201B............................FREE........... WYNKOOP,L IA-201B............................FREE........... WYNKOOP,L IA-201A............................FREE........... WYNKOOP,L IA-201B............................FREE........... WYNKOOP,L

9.930- OREGON REGISTRY WORKSHOP

0

Come join other providers to discuss the Child Care Division's six indicators of quality in registered family child care. Identify ways that you, as a professional provider, can use these indicators to build quality for the children you serve. Learn how to use your Quality Indicators Report to talk to children's families about your program.

23532

R

0700p-0850p 11/29 1

IA-201B............................FREE........... WYNKOOP,L

9.930- RECOGN/REPRT CHILD ABUSE PT I

0

Child care providers are mandatory reporters of child abuse. Learn how to recognize and report abuse. Meets state requirements.

22677

R

0630p-0820p 09/20 1

IA-201B......... S................FREE.............. RAQUEL,C

20711

S

0215p-0405p 10/06 1

LM-115......... S................FREE.............. RAQUEL,C

21132

T

0630p-0820p 11/13 1

IA-201B......... S................FREE.............. RAQUEL,C

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

9.930- REC/RPT CHILD ABUSE PT I 22674

R

0630p-0820p 12/13 1

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0

IA-201B......... S................FREE.............. RAQUEL,C

9.930- DHS CHILD CARE ORIENTATION

Class for non-registered providers working with the state pay system.

22679

W

0630p-0820p 10/03 1

0

IA-201B............................FREE.......... BRANIGAN,S

9.931- OREGON KIDS - HEALTHY AND SAFE

0

How do you keep young children safe and healthy in your care and education program? How can you protect health and prevent injuries? Come to learn about the most common illnesses and injuries and how to prevent them.

21871

R

0700p-0850p 10/04 1

$6.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

Starts

First Aid/CPR for Spanish-speaking child care providers.

21872

S

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

0900a-0250p 12/08 1

$25.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0

IA-201B......... S................FREE.....................STAFF

9.932- PRESCHOOLERS AS PROBLEM SOLVERS

0

Learn how preschoolers develop and strategies to help them learn to be problem solvers.

21241

R

0700p-0850p 12/06 1

$6.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

IA-201B......... S................FREE..............FOSTER,M

9.932- EARLY CHILDHOOD BRAIN DEVELOPMENT

0

Gain an understanding of the way children's brains grow. Learn how to encourage the kinds of language and motor stimulation that will most help early learners.

23033

T

0630p-0820p 10/02 1

$6.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

IA-201B......... S................FREE...........HAMILTON,L

0

Learn simple words, phrases, songs and stories that non-Spanish speaking providers can use with child care children.

21476

R

0700p-0850p 10/11 1

$6.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

IA-201B......... S................FREE........... WYNKOOP,L

9.936- JUST LEAF IT

0

How to use and adapt nature's bounty into child care programs. (Preschool)

22452

T

0700p-0850p 09/25 1

$6.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

IA-201B......... S................FREE............JACKSON,C

9.936- LET'S PRETEND

0

Practicing grown up roles is an important part of early childhood. Supplying 'dress up' clothing and play props to engage children's imaginations lets them practice what they see in their world. Learn how to build a rich but inexpensive curriculum around pretending.

21134

T

0700p-0850p 10/16 1

$6.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

IA-201B......... S................FREE............JACKSON,C

9.936- LINKING BOOKS AND ART

0

Strengthen literacy and creativity in young children in child care programs by linking their art activities to books and stories. (All ages)

21205

T

0700p-0850p 12/04 1

$6.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

IA-201B......... S................FREE......................LIM,P

0

How to make simple environment and curriculum changes to create and adapt child care programs so all children can take part regardless of their abilities. (All ages)

9.930- OVERVIEW: FCC PROVIDERS T W T T

Credits Time

9.936- ADAPTING ACTIVITIES TO FIT ALL ABILITIES

CHILD CARE TRAINING

20535 20566 20533 21337

Day(s)

9.936- SPANISH FOR CHILD CARE PROVIDERS

ART

21686

CRN

9.931- SPANISH FIRST AID & CPR

BASIC HORSE CARE

Hands-on training and logic to enable students to handle, restrain, and provide care in a safe way using proper methods of working with horses. Must bring own horse.

21682

Course # Title

B7

IA-201B......... S................FREE.................DAVIS,M

20840

R

0700p-0850p 11/01 2

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

IA-201B......... S................FREE............ STANLEY,M

9.936- KEEPING HOLIDAYS FUN & SANE

0

Learn ways share the fun and importance of holidays by helping children to take part and enjoy activities that celebrate them and their family traditions. (All ages)

23008

T

0700p-0850p 11/27 1

$6.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

IA-201B......... S................FREE............JACKSON,C

9.936- SINGING FLANNEL BOARDS

0

Come and make flannel boards to enhance children's enjoyment of songs and stories.

23251

R

0700p-0850p 10/18 1

$6.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

IA-201B......... S................FREE............ STANLEY,M

9.936- ART FOR INFANTS AND TODDLERS

0

Creative ways to offer age-appropriate art experiences to very young children.

23252

T

0700p-0850p 10/23 1

$6.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

IA-201B......... S................FREE.............. SACEDA,R

9.938- 1ST CONNECTIONS: INFANT/TODDLER 8

0

Environment of Relationships: primary care encourages the forming of close, intimate relationships between caregivers, children and their families. When children are in small group care environments with a limited number of caregivers, they develop deep relationships and trust. Planning for continuity of care supports attachment with caregivers and peers. (Set 1: Learning Environments and Curriculum) Please note that all classes in the 1st Connections series may be taken in any order.

24690

S

0900a-1150a 11/03 1

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

IA-201B......... S................FREE.............. NELSON,L

9.938- 1ST CONNECTIONS: INFANT/TODDLER 9

0

Space To Grow: well designed environments for infants and toddlers support the comfort and well-being of children and caregivers. Thoughtful arrangement of activity areas creates a peaceful context for play and routines. Materials and equipment in the environment support the changing needs of infants and toddlers. (Set 1: Learning Environments and Curriculum) Please note that all classes in the 1st Connections series may be taken in any order.

21477

S

0900a-1150a 12/01 1

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

IA-201B......... S................FREE.............. NELSON,L


ALBANY COMMUNITY ED

B8

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Self-Study Courses for You Self-study courses enable you to learn individually at your own pace at home or in a student computer lab at LBCC. Instructional assistance and feedback on assignments are available by appointment with Carol Raymundo, Instructor, at raymundo@linnbenton. edu. Purchase the text at the Albany Campus or Benton Center Bookstore. Each self-study course carries 1 credit. 9.606N WORD LEVEL I

1

PNP

Covers the basics of word processing using Microsoft Word. Prerequisite: Computer introduction class or equivalent. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www. linnbenton.edu/go/self-study. TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.606N WORD LEVEL II

1

PNP

For students already familiar with the basics of Microsoft Word. Prerequisite: Beginning Word or equivalent. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/ self-study.

24211

TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.606N WORD LEVEL III

1

PNP

Learn advanced Word skills including integrating Word with Excel and PowerPoint. Prerequisite: Word Level II or equivalent and beginning Excel and PowerPoint. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/self-study.

24691

TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.606N EXCEL LEVEL I

1

PNP

Use Microsoft Excel to create, modify and improve the appearance of an electronic spreadsheet for business or personal use. Prerequisite: Computer introduction class or equivalent. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/self-study.

24212

TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.606N EXCEL LEVEL II

1

PNP

For students already familiar with the basics of Excel. Prerequisite: Beginning Excel or equivalent. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/selfstudy.

24213

TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.606N EXCEL LEVEL III

1

PNP

Learn advanced Excel skills including integrating Excel with Word and PowerPoint. Prerequisite: Excel Level II or equivalent and beginning Word and PowerPoint. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/self-study.

24692

TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.606N PUBLISHER

1

PNP

Introduces Microsoft's easy-to-use publishing program. Prerequisite: Computer introduction class or equivalent experience. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www. linnbenton.edu/go/self-study.

24214

TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.606N POWERPOINT

1

PNP

Introduces Microsoft's popular presentation program. Prerequisite: Beginning Word or equivalent. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/selfstudy.

24348

TBA

TBA

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.607E INTRO TO SPREADSHEETS - EXCEL

1

OPT

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

9.726F GAME MAKER I

Do you need help choosing the right computer class? For beginning students, we suggest you start with Computers – First Step. Our beginning software, technology or self-study classes are good choices for students already familiar with computers. For business software applications, see Business Technology Lab in this section. For help deciding the best match for your needs or for more information, call Cathy Edmonston at 541-917-4844 or cathy.edmonston@linnbenton.edu or Twila Lehman, Business Technology Program coordinator, at 541-757-8944, ext. 5109

24210

541-917-4840 • albany@linnbenton.edu

1

OPT

Create your own arcade style video games using iconographic (drag and drop) object oriented Game Maker programming and publish it on the web. Functionally, you will acquire the skills to program future smart appliances, cars, mobile apps, etc. This course serves as a jumping off point into the multi-disciplinary game making industry. PC or Mac laptop required.

24745

M

0600p-0820p 09/24 5

NSH-107....... S..................................PILOBELLO,E

24769

M

0600p-0820p 10/29 5

NSH-107....... S..................................PILOBELLO,E

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

9.726F WEB DESIGN - HTML I

1

OPT

Learn basic HTML coding to create web pages. Covers HTML tags that will allow the student to create headings, paragraphs, text enhancements, lists, inserting images, and provide links to other web pages. Also, includes basic web design and how with just a little bit of knowledge, the student can create effective, easy ways to maintain, user-friendly pages. Prerequisite: Internet browsing experience.

22365

W

0630p-0920p 09/26 4

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

MKH-201...... S................................... LINDBERG,T

9.726F WEB DESIGN - HTML II

1

OPT

Learn more HTML coding to enhance web pages. Course covers advanced tables, frames, forms, CSS Cascading Style Sheets, META tags for search engines, and more web accessibility issues and techniques. Prerequisite: Web Design - HTML I or equivalent.

22366

W

0630p-0920p 10/24 4

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

MKH-207...... S................................... LINDBERG,T

BLOGGING-CREATE YOUR OWN BLOG

0

Showcase your photography and stories to friends and family. We'll go from camera to computer and teach you how to save and edit your photos while creating your very own blog. Develop caption writing and taking your photography to the next level into a storytelling experience.

24746

T

0630p-0750p 09/25 5

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

MKH-209...... S................$39.00....... BARNHART,R

PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS I

0

A hands-on class using features of Photoshop Elements (versions 6.0-10.0) for editing digital photographs, including how to correct exposure, contrast, and color problems. Also learn how to remove from and/or add to a photo; resize, print, and save images; and prepare images for email and the Web. Plan to go away able to organize and back up all your treasured photos with confidence. Computer experience recommended.

24693

T

0630p-0750p 10/30 6

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

MKH-209...... S................$39.00....... BARNHART,R

ENHANCE YOUR DIGITAL SLR SKILLS

0

Have fun creatively using your brand new or older, underutilized digital SLR. Maximize your camera's features beyond full auto setting to get the effects you desire. Get feedback as you learn the basics, and practice controlling exposure, stopping action, portraiture, landscape, and HDR (High Dynamic Range), using depth of field to your advantage. Work with Photoshop Elements for photo editing and enhancement. Bring your camera and manual, your favorite lenses, fully charged battery, transfer cable and media card to class.

23827

W

0600p-0850p 10/10 5

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

COMPUTACION - PRIMER NIVEL

MKH-209...... OS..............$54.00... NAGESWARAN,

0

Esta es la perfecta clase para aquellos quienes nunca usaron una computadora y desean aprender computacion de manera facil paso a paso. Incluye identificar las distintas partes de la computadora, como encenderla y apagarla, el uso del raton y el teclado. El contenido de esta clase incluye Windows 7, introduccion a procesadores de texto, una introduccion a Internet y cuenta de correo. Es importante atender la primera clase. (A perfect class for those who have never touched a computer before and want hands-on, step-by-step instruction. Designed to go at an easy pace. Includes identifying the various parts of the computer, how to turn it on and off and use the mouse and keyboard. Also introduces working with Windows 7, introduction to word processing, a brief intro to email and the Internet. Important to attend first class.)

22370

T

0700p-0850p 09/25 8

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

MKH-211...... S...........................................HYDE,R

Are you ready to Excel? A spreadsheet program allows you to organize and analyze numeric and text-based data. Topics include how to enter and format data and text, create formulas, work with basic functions, create charts, and insert graphics and photos. You will also use hyperlinks and access online help resources and spreadsheet templates. A combination of lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on-practice. Grade requirements are in-class exercises, lab homework, and an individual class project. Prerequisite: An introductory computer course or equivalent experience. No text required. Bring a flash drive to the first class.

24349

R

0600p-0850p 09/27 4

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

MKH-211...... S.................................. NEWSOME,P

F Field trip(s) planned G Meets one day only H Meets every other week HYB Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info. I Requires instructor’s written approval to register INTERNET Internet course

ITV J K O P S

Interactive television course Register prior to first class Register at offering center Open entry Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.)

SD Self-directed course V Variable credit M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; S=Saturday; U=Sunday For class locations, see page B4 See this schedule online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule


ALBANY COMMUNITY ED

541-917-4840 • albany@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

0.701

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

COMPUTACION - SEGUNDO NIVEL

0

Usar las herramientas aprendidas en Computacion-Primer Nivel, incluyendo mas herramientas de Windows 7, de Internet y cuenta de correo. Aprender como copiar informacion entre programas, organizar archivos, crear carpetas y cambiar la apariencia del escritorio de la computadora. Tambien incluye consejos faciles para mantener la computadora y una breve introduccion a procesadores de texto y tablas de calculos. Prerrequisitos: Computacion-Primer Nivel o experiencia equivalente. (Build on skills learned in Computers - First Step, including more features of Windows 7, the Internet and email. Learn how to copy information between programs, organize files, create folders, and change the desktop appearance. Also includes easy computer maintenance tips and a brief introduction to word processing and spreadsheets. Prerequisite: Computers - First Step or equivalent experience.)

22372

W

0700p-0850p 09/26 8

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

MAC ESSENTIALS

MKH-211...... S...........................................HYDE,R

0

For new Mac users wanting to learn the Mac OS X operating system and its basic applications, as well as current users who wish to further develop their skills. Covered applications include iTunes, iPhoto, iCal, TextEdit, Preview, Safari, Mail and others. Lecture material is demonstrated on an overhead projector and supplemented with detailed handouts. Each session includes time for students' questions. Students who have laptops are welcome to bring them to class. No class 11/7.

21689

W

1000a-1150a 09/26 10 ALBSR........... OS..............$69.00............... BUSH,G

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

APPLE IPAD

M

1000a-1150a 09/24 8

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

CRN

0.214

ALBSR........... OS..............$57.00............... BUSH,G

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

AN INTRODUCTION TO WINE

0

Why have people been drinking wine for thousands of years? Why does some of the earliest writing discovered sing its praises? Learn what makes wine so interesting, why there are so many varieties, and how to discover which wines you like. We will taste, evaluate and discuss wines from a broad spectrum each session. Additionally, vineyard and vinification practices will be examined with an eye toward understanding grape varieties and stylistic differences, and generally de-mystifying wine. Bring 2 (two) wine glasses to class. Students are encouraged to bring finger foods. STUDENTS MUST BE 21 TO ATTEND.

22378

T

0630p-0850p 10/02 5

$40.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

CC-213......... JS...............$45.00................ROSS,R

0.853B NUTRITIONAL GLUTEN FREE COOKING & BAKING See Nutritional Gluten Free Cooking & Baking in Health.

24780

R

0600p-0750p 09/27 3

$25.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0

ALBSR........... JS...............$39.00....GRZESKOWIAK

CULINARY ARTS 9.918

ADVANCED BREADS

3

OPT

An advanced bread class focusing on the ten steps of yeast production, technique for roll-in doughs, enriched doughs, pre-fermentation, sourdough, bagels and flatbreads. Applicable for industry, continuing education and general public.

23831

0

Go beyond the iPad's basic features to meet your needs for work or home. Confidently search for and download Apps, and enjoy Internet surfing, emailing, editing and sharing photos, as well as exploring iTunes' special role on the iPad. For new and current users.

24319

Course # Title

B9

R

0600p-0850p 09/27 11 CC-219......... JS..................................JARSCHKE,J

$15.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

9.920

FRUIT DESSERTS & LAMINATED DOUGHS

3

OPT

An advanced course focusing on fruit desserts, presentation techniques. Laminated doughs will be integrated for structure, appearance and flavor. Applicable for industry, continuing education and general public.

23832

M

0600p-0850p 09/24 11 CC-219......... JS..................................JARSCHKE,J

$15.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

CONSUMER EDUCATION 0.667

FINANCIAL FUTURE

9.921 0

Want to take control of your finances? Join Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services, a local, non-profit housing agency, for the next Financial Future workshop. This free workshop is designed to help you manage money and spending, learn to create a working budget, understand and improve credit habits and reports, as well as develop saving programs and goals that lead to a stable "Financial Future." Participants of this workshop are also eligible for free one-on-one support from certified credit and housing specialist. Pre-register online at www.w-nhs.org, or call Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services, 541-752-7220, ext 300.

22794

0.794

TR

0630p-0820p 10/09 2

HOMEBUYER WORKSHOP

SONGBR....... O................FREE................ ORIANI,C

0

Want to become a more confident and informed homebuyer? Interested in avoiding common pitfalls when shopping for a new home? Would you like to gain access to special, favorable loans and down payment assistance programs? Then this Homebuyer Workshop is for you! This 8 hour comprehensive course is offered by a HUD approved Housing Counseling agency. Includes unlimited individual housing counseling by a certified Housing Counselor and a textbook. Pre-registration is required online at www.w-nhs.org or call Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services at 541-752-7220. $45 fee per household, payable in advance. **While on-line, also check out WNHS sponsored introductory classes, Am I Ready to Buy a House? (free) offered monthly.

22169

S

0900a-0450p 10/27 1

ALFD14......... O................FREE................ ORIANI,C

COOKING 0.200 20678

CAKE DECORATING

M

0630p-0820p 09/24 9

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.201

0

BAKING BASICS

ALBSR........... JOS............$63.00....... COMPTON,C

0

People say that cooking is an art, but baking is a science. Learn many different techniques from cookies to breads in this class designed for beginning to intermediate bakers. Come prepared to get involved and taste our creations. Class taught by Chef Adrienne Ewanchyna. Register by Wednesday for Saturday class. Bring containers for baked goods.

23828

S

0900a-0150p 11/03 2

$35.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.201

23830

MAKING SAUSAGE

CC-219......... JS...............$39.00... EWANCHYNA,A

0

The art of making sausage has been around as early as 600 BC. Learn the techniques and skills involved in making sausage before you invest in the equipment for making it at home. Sausage making is both fun and rewarding. Class will focus on fresh and smoked sausage. Participants will get to take a variety of sausage home to enjoy! Register by Wednesday for these classes. Students need to tie back hair, wear close-toe shoes and long pants.

24698

S

0100p-0450p 10/13 1

CC-219......... JS...............$29.00... EWANCHYNA,A

24699

U

0100p-0450p 10/14 1

CC-219......... JS...............$29.00... EWANCHYNA,A

$40.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $40.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

4

OPT

W

0600p-0950p 09/26 11 CC-219......... JS..................................JARSCHKE,J

$50.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

9.922

CULINARY FUNDAMENTALS

3

OPT

Students learn the fundamentals of classical culinary techniques, sanitation and safety through lectures, demonstrations and hands-on lab projects. Proper use of tools, equipment, flavoring ingredients and garnish will be covered. Applicable for industry, continuing education and general public.

23829

T

0600p-0850p 09/25 11 CC-219......... JS..................................JARSCHKE,J

$50.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

DANCE 0.402

SOCIAL BALLROOM DANCE

0

Experience basic ballroom dancing - Waltz, Foxtrot, American Tango, and Swing techniques with plenty of fun practicing the skills for the confidence to social dance in just about any community setting. Includes basic dance floor etiquette and what to expect when attending a dance. For students with little or no experience. Partner not required.

23358

Using simple techniques to accomplish professional looking results, this basic class will concentrate on the upcoming holidays. Co-sponsored with Albany Parks & Recreation.

WINE & FOOD PAIRING

Students apply their knowledge of food and wine characteristics to the pair of food and wine in a series of tastings. Generally accepted standards for pairing food and wine are presented. Students learn how to pair wines with new food trends. Particular emphasis is placed on varietal wines. Must be 21 years of age. Applicable for industry, continuing education and general public.

F

0700p-0820p 09/28 9

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.404

AC-120......... OS..............$48.00....... STERLING,M

BEGINNERS COWBOY DANCE FOR COUPLES

0

Country dance is FUN, even if you don't love Country Western music. Course covers Cowboy 2-step, Swing, Waltz, and ChaCha. This is not line dancing. Cowboy Dance for Couples works great in ballroom and swing dancing. You are encouraged to enroll with a partner. Wear leather soled shoes.

20531

T

0600p-0720p 09/25 8

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

MMS............. OS..............$45.00..............GREEN,V

0.404C INTERMEDIATE COWBOY DANCE FOR COUPLES

0

Beyond beginners cowboy dance. Must know basic two-step, Waltz, and ChaCha. More emphasis on turns, lead and follow, and other pattern dances. You are encouraged to enroll with a partner. Dancers must wear shoes with a smooth sole.

20471

T

0730p-0850p 09/25 8

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

MMS............. OS..............$45.00..............GREEN,V


B10

ALBANY COMMUNITY ED

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

ENGLISH SPEAKER OTHER LANGUAGE NONCREDIT CLASSES ESOL classes are for students whose first language is not English. Classes include reading, writing, listening, speaking, grammar, and American pronunciation. Every new student must attend an orientation before attending any ESOL class. Orientation is two sessions. A student must attend both parts of the orientation to be ready to attend class. Students will be given information about which class to go to at orientation. There is a $30 program fee per term. For more information call 541-917-4710 or go to www.linnbenton.edu/go/esol Las clases en ESOL son para estudiantes cuya primera lengua no es el ingles. En las clases de ESOL se enseña lectura, escritura, conversación, gramática, pronunciación y otras habilidades básicas en la comunicación. Cada nuevo estudiante debe asistir a dos sesiones de orientación antes de iniciar cualquier clase en ESOL. Es obligatorio asistir a ambas sesiones. En estas sesiones se dará la información necesaria para estar listo para participar en cualquier curso. Cada trimestre tiene un costo de 30 dólares. Para más información en español llame al 541-917-4664. DAYTIME ORIENTATION: Time: 9:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. (Tuesday/Thursday) Choose from the following list and come BOTH days Sept 18 & 20 -or- Sept 25 & 27 -or- Oct 23 & 25, Calapooia Center, Rm CC-210 DAYTIME CLASSES: Time & Days: 9 a.m. – 11:50 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday Starting Date: Sept 25 Location: Luckiamute Center AFTERNOON CLASSES: Time & Days: 12:30 – 2:20 p.m. (Level C only) Starting Date: Sept 25 Location: Luckiamute Center

EVENING CLASSES: Time & Days: 6:00 – 8:50 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Starting Date: Sept 25 Location: Luckiamute Center 21510 21511

ESOL: STUDENT ORIENTATION

TR TR TR TR TR TR

0900a-1150a 0900a-1150a 0900a-1150a 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p

09/18 09/25 10/23 09/18 09/25 10/23

1 1 1 1 1 1

0

CC-210......... I..................FREE.............. CHANEY,S CC-210................................................................... CC-210................................................................... CC-210......... I..................FREE.............. CHANEY,S CC-210................................................................... CC-210...................................................................

Beginning classes are for those with little or no prior knowledge of the language. They include an emphasis on everyday conversation and grammar as well as developing an appreciation for the culture. Intermediate classes require one year of prior study of the language, either formal or informal. Classes include vocabulary and grammar development for reading and writing. 0.601H INTRO TO HEBREW LANG & CULTURE

0

A ground-level introduction to Biblical Hebrew language, history and culture, as well as the history of the transmission, evolution and translation of the Hebrew language. T

0600p-0820p 10/02 10 NSH-106....... OS..............$76.50........BUTTRICK,D

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.601S SPANISH FOR SENIORS, BEGINNING

0

Basic conversation for everyday use. For students with no previous Spanish experience.

21698

M

0100p-0250p 09/24 6

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

0.601S BEGINNING SPANISH A

0

A fun course geared to introduce the Spanish language and cultures to those with little or no previous Spanish language experience. Students will practice speaking, reading, and listening in a relaxed environment as well as improve spelling and writing skills.

21699

M

0630p-0820p 09/24 10 T-217............ OS..............$69.00.......... DUNCAN,E

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.603A AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I

0

For anyone interested in learning American Sign Language and about Deaf culture. Will cover Even numbered chapters fall term.

21696

T

0630p-0820p 09/25 10 T-217............ OS..............$69.00..............WHITE,H

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.603A AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II

0

Conversational American Sign Language for those ready for silent communication through games and group interaction. Two terms of ASL or permission of instructor required.

21697

T

0630p-0820p 09/25 10 T-217............ POS............$69.00..............WHITE,H

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

GED/ADULT BASIC EDUCATION If you want help preparing to get your GED or you need to improve your skills in reading, writing or math, these classes can help. You first need to attend a free orientation, then pay a $30 enrollment fee when you register for class. Classes and orientations are offered in Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, and Sweet Home. You can find information about orientation times, dates, and locations under the “GED and Adult Basic Education” section in each city’s listing in the Schedule of Classes. For more information, call the GED and Adult Basic Education office at 541-917-4710 or go to http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/ged.

Albany Campus Daytime Orientation Time: 1 – 3:50 p.m. Days: Choose from the following list and come BOTH days Sept 17 & 19 -or- Sept 24 & 26 -or- Oct 22 & 24 Location: Luckiamute Center, Room LM-115 Albany Campus Daytime Classes Time & Days: Various schedules are available depending on your needs. Starting Date: Sept. 24 Location: Luckiamute Center, Room LM-116

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

24781

Course # Title

Score below 55 in Reading on your Computerized Placement Test? Students referred to our department after scoring less than 55 in Reading on the Computerized Placement Test should call 541-917-4916 or email megan.christoph@ linnbenton.edu for assistance.

EVENING ORIENTATION: Time: 6:00 – 8:50 p.m. (Tuesday/Thursday) Choose from the following list and come BOTH days Sept 18 & 20 -or- Sept 25 & 27 -or- Oct 23 & 25 Calapooia Center, Rm CC-210

0.516

541-917-4840 • albany@linnbenton.edu

Albany Campus Evening Orientation Time: 6 – 8:50 p.m. Days: Choose from the following list and come BOTH days Sept 17 & 19 -or- Sept 24 & 26 -or- Oct 22 & 24 Location: Luckiamute Center, Room LM-115 Albany Campus Evening Classes: Time & Days: 6 – 8:50 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Starting Date: Sept. 24 Location: Luckiamute Center, Room LM-116 GED in Spanish Evening Orientations: Time: 6 – 8:50 p.m., Mondays Days: Choose from the following list Sept 17 -or- Sept 24 -or- Oct 22 Location: Luckiamute Center, Room LM-131 GED in Spanish Class: Time & Days: 6 – 8:50 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday Starting Date: Sept. 24 Location: Luckiamute Center, Room LM-130 For more information on Albany ABE/GED Classes, call 541-917-4710. Para informacion sobre clases de GED en español, llame 541-917-4715.

ALBSR........... OS..............$45.00............SOLTAU,C

F Field trip(s) planned G Meets one day only H Meets every other week HYB Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info. I Requires instructor’s written approval to register INTERNET Internet course

ITV J K O P S

Interactive television course Register prior to first class Register at offering center Open entry Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.)

SD Self-directed course V Variable credit M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; S=Saturday; U=Sunday For class locations, see page B4 See this schedule online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule


ALBANY COMMUNITY ED

541-917-4840 • albany@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

0.500 21495 21496 23890

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

ABE/GED STUDENT ORIENTATION

MW MW MW MW MW MW M M M

0100p-0350p 0100p-0350p 0100p-0350p 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p

09/17 09/24 10/22 09/17 09/24 10/22 09/17 09/24 10/22

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

0

LM-115......... I..................FREE.........BURCHARD,R LM-115................................................................... LM-115................................................................... LM-115......... I..................FREE.........BURCHARD,R LM-115................................................................... LM-115................................................................... LM-131......... I....................................MAYFIELD,M LM-131................................................................... LM-131...................................................................

HEALTH & FIRST AID 0.853

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION EXERCISE PROGRAM

0

Gentle, joint-safe exercises developed specifically for people with arthritis or musculoskeletal conditions, fibromyalgia, COPD, and anyone who is sedentary with limited or impaired jointmobility. This program will help relieve stiffness, strengthen muscles, improve balance and decrease arthritis pain. Low-impact exercises can be done while sitting, standing or on the floor. Led by Arthritis Foundation Certified instructors.

23962

MWF

1200p-1250p 09/24 11 CC-213......... OS..............$85.50................... YEE,J

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.853

NUTRITIONAL GLUTEN FREE COOKING & BAKING

0

For those with gluten intolerance or celiac disease, a gluten free diet is the only treatment. While this diet can seem overwhelming at first, with practice and some simple first steps, you will be on your way to a healthier life. Nadine Grzeskowiak, the Gluten Free RN, will guide you around a gluten free kitchen as you learn the secrets to preparing outstanding meals and how to use nutrient dense flours and grains to keep your family healthful and happy. Must register by Monday for Thursday class.

24779

R

0600p-0750p 09/27 3

$25.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.853

ALBSR........... JS...............$39.00....GRZESKOWIAK

DIABETES SYMPOSIUM

0

Come join experts as they present the most current information on self-management and living successfully with diabetes. Also includes short, educational sessions, product fair featuring the latest in diabetes equipment and services, and free healthy snacks. Space is limited; preregister early. Call (541) 917-4840 to register.

24702

S

0730a-0120p 11/17 1

CC-COMM.......................FREE.....................STAFF

HISTORY 0.486

HISTORY OF OREGON

0

Covers the history of Oregon past the pioneer period, including the settlement of Northwest Indians, fur traders, mountain men, pioneers, all ethnic groups that came to Oregon, the Lewis and Clark expedition, the history of Oregon's towns and cities, the Gold Rush era.

21669

M

0900a-1050a 09/24 10 LAKESI.......... OS..............$69.00.............. FROST,C

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.486

HISTORY OF ALBANY

0

History of Albany including the first settlers, how they lived and worked, the Pioneer period,and the social, occupational and religious customs of that time.

24703

T

0130p-0320p 09/25 9

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

ALBSR........... OS..............$63.00.............. FROST,C

21701

GARDENING IN THE PNW

W

1200p-1250p 09/26 8

0

ALBLIB.......... O................FREE.....................STAFF

CREWEL & BRAZILIAN EMBROIDERY

0

Learn the art of crewel and Brazilian embroidery (three-dimensional stitching technique) to create quilts, decorate shirts/jackets, pants, pillows, linens or whatever you may want to embellish. Materials covered in lab fee.

24777

T

1000a-1150a 09/25 6

ALBSR........... S................$45.00.......... ANKLAM,Y

24778

W

0630p-0820p 09/26 6

ALBSR........... S................$45.00.......... ANKLAM,Y

$13.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $13.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.258

KNITTING & CROCHET WORKSHOP

0

20537

T

0100p-0350p 09/25 9

ALBSR........... OS..............$79.50............. EARLS,M

22689

T

0630p-0820p 09/25 9

ALBSR........... OS..............$63.00............. EARLS,M

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

ADV WOODWORKING & FURNITURE MAKING

0

For students who wish to design, repair or finish wood home furnishings. Open shop class for experienced woodworkers. A safety orientation is required prior to tool use, and students must have completed the general woodworking class. Instructor's approval required for students registering after the first class meeting. Mandatory eye and ear protection to be provided by students.

21703

W

0600p-0850p 09/26 10 SAHS............ JOS............$84.00.................LACY,J

$25.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.498

WOODWORKING, GENERAL

0

If you're interested in learning to "do it yourself", this is the class for you. General Woodworking will teach basic woodworking skills, home shop safety, use of hand and power tools, and project cost estimation. Learn wood joinery used to make fine furniture and experience how to make fun outdoor furniture. After completing class projects, students will work on a home project of choice. An in-class safety orientation is required prior to tool use. Mandatory eye and ear protection to be provided by students.

21702

W

0600p-0850p 09/26 10 SAHS............ JOS............$84.00.................LACY,J

$25.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

MUSIC 0.158

PIANO, JUST FOR FUN

0

Learn to play piano in three hours with Just for Fun Piano. Taught by nationally known pianist Donn Rochlin, this course will teach you all the chords and tools you will need to know to play your favorite songs and to improvise freely without years of practice. This class is for the total beginner as well as classical pianist who would like to play with more artistic freedom Textbook and CD for home study covered in lab fee.

24772

S

1100a-0150p 10/20 1

$90.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

ALBSR........... S.................................... ROCHLIN,D

OUTDOOR AND ENVIRONMENT 0.904

GPS FOR HIKERS AND HUNTERS

0

Bring new technology and accuracy to navigating in the backcountry. Learn basic operating features of handheld Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers through classroom exercises and field practice. Bring your GPS and owner's manual to class. Does not cover automobile or boat GPS receiver. Covers: What is GPS; review of topographic maps; GPS receiver; GPS/navigation terminology; GPS software and complimentary topographic software. GPS ownership is strongly recommended. Register by Wednesday for Saturday class.

23969

S

0900a-0350p 09/22 1

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

NSH-106....... JS...............$39.00.............MILLER,F

PARENTING EDUCATION 9.940- INCREDIBLE YEARS (OHP IIA)

0

For families on Oregon Health Plan with children ages 2-10. Raise responsible children! Use play and praise to build a more cooperative relationship with your children. Learn how to make clear family rules, prevent and reduce behavior problems, and improve your children's social skills. Offered in partnership with Linn County Health Department and DHS Child Welfare. Class is free and includes child care. Free dinner at 5:30 p.m. for parents and children. Please call 541-917-4899 to sign up or for more information. W

0600p-0750p 10/03 10 LINDHS............................FREE.................KEISER,J

0

For families on Oregon Health Plan with children ages 2-10. Raise responsible children! Use play and praise to build a more cooperative relationship with your children. Learn how to make clear family rules, prevent and reduce behavior problems, and improve your children's social skills. Offered in partnership with Linn County Health Department and DHS Child Welfare. Class meets 11/7-12/19/12 and 1/2-1/16/13 for a total of 10 weeks. Class is free and includes child care. Free dinner at 5:30 p.m. for parents and children. Please call 541-917-4899 to sign up or for more information.

22757

W

0600p-0750p TBA

7

CHANCE....... O................FREE.....................STAFF

9.947- LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR BABY

0

For parents of infants to beginning walkers. Bring child to class. Learn songs, games and share with other parents while learning to support your baby's amazing growth and development. Class may also be taken for credit. Please call 541-917-4899 for more information.

21012

T

1030a-1220p 09/25 10 ALBLIB.......... OS..............$20.00............. KALITA,N

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

Practice and improve your Knitting/Crocheting skills working on your own project. Learn about techniques: Knitted Lace, Fair Isle-ski sweater (with colorworks), Intarsia (pictures) and Fisherman (with cables and textures). Instructor guided for beginning or accomplished knitters/crocheters. $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.494

23388

Spend your noon hour sharpening your gardening skills and learning new techniques in these informal classes taught by OSU-trained Master Gardeners. Topics include: Attracting Birds, Bees and Butterflies; Winter Damage to Plants; Cold Frames; Building Mason Bee Habitats; Plant Problems; Storing Root Crops with Cellars and more. Must register for this class.

0.252

CRN

9.940- INCREDIBLE YEARS (OHP IIB)

HOME & GARDEN 0.100

Course # Title

B11

9.948- LIVE/LEARN WITH YOUR TODDLER

0

For parents and their toddlers to 2-year-olds. Learn new things to do, places to go, songs, games and sharing with other parents. Class may also be taken for credit. Please call 541-9174899 for more information.

20442

W

0930a-1120a 09/26 10 FRMTES........ OS..............$69.00............. ORTON,A

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED


B12

ALBANY COMMUNITY ED

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

9.949- LIVE/LEARN WITH 2-YEAR-OLD

0

An active participation class for parents and their 2-year-olds. Class may also be taken for credit. Please call 541-917-4899 for more information.

23839

R

0930a-1120a 09/27 10 FRMTES........ OS..............$69.00............. KALITA,N

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

9.951

LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR PRESCHOOLER

2

PNP

A preschool cooperative for parents and their 3, 4 and 5-year olds. Parents attend seminars and arrange times to work in the preschool lab. Lab meets M, W, R, from 9:15 to 11:45 a.m. Parents have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of parenting, practice guidance and communication techniques, and plan and prepare activities that foster children's growth and development. Please call 541-917-4899 for more information. $10.00 lab fee. $4.00 yearly insurance fee, payable in class only.

20332

LAB M

LAB 09/24 10 TIMBER......... HLMOIS.......................... SKINNER,P 0630p-0920p 09/24 5 TIMBER...................................................................

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

W

0600p-0750p 10/03 10 SUNRIS............................FREE................ ORTON,A

9.965- FOSTER/ADOPTIVE PARENT ORIENTA

0

Offered in partnership with DHS. Please call 541-791-5745 or 1-800-358-2208 ext. 5745 to register or for more information.

22468

R

0600p-0850p TBA

1

LINDHS......... OI...............FREE...............................

9.965- FOSTER/ADOPTIVE PARENTING

0

This class trains people to be effective foster and/or adoptive parents in partnership with DHS. Classes cover behavioral and emotional issues of abused and neglected children and how to work with the child welfare system. Please call 541-791-5745 or 1-800-358-2208 ext. 5745 to register or for more information.

20858

TR

0600p-0850p TBA

2

LINDHS......... OI...............FREE.................WOLFE,J

9.983A TURNING POINT TRANSITIONS

3

PNP

While going through a life transition, learn how to cope with change, how to love and accept yourself, how to manage stress and how to set goals. Explore career options and identify skills. Spend one month getting in touch with what you value and get closer to discovering your next step. Self-knowledge is power. Call Joanne Apter at 917-4876 to schedule an interview the week before class beings.

0.421

MTWRF MTWRF

0900a-1220p 09/24 4 0900a-1220p 10/29 4

LM-131......... OI...............FREE..................APTER,J LM-131......... OI...............FREE..................APTER,J

CONSCIOUS DATING FOR MIDLIFE

0

Designed for midlife singles who are ready to explore the world of dating. Enter the process of self-discovery and gain readiness skills that make dating less intimidating, more fun and more rewarding. Discover how to make choices based on what will be fulfilling in the long run rather than choices based on looks, lifestyle or sexual chemistry.

24787

T

0700p-0850p 09/25 8

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

CC-205......... OS..............$57.00........FEINSTEIN,S

BLOGGING-CREATE YOUR OWN BLOG

T

0630p-0750p 09/25 5

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.156

0

MKH-209...... S................$39.00....... BARNHART,R

ENHANCE YOUR DIGITAL SLR SKILLS

W

0600p-0850p 10/10 5

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0

MKH-209...... OS..............$54.00... NAGESWARAN,

PE185J ZUMBA® FITNESS MWR

ZUMBA®

0

24354

MW

0630p-0720p 09/24 11 AC-120......... OS..............$70.50........VANDEHEY,J

23242

TR

0400p-0450p 09/25 11 LIBEL............ OS..............$70.50........VANDEHEY,J

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850

ZUMBA® TONING

0

Zumba® Toning combines body-sculpting techniques and specific Zumba® moves into one calorie-burning, muscle-toning class. Students will use light hand weights to build strength and tone all the target zones. MW

0400p-0450p 09/24 11 AC-120......... OS..............$70.50.........JOHNSON,T

0.850

EARLY MORNING FITNESS

0

For early risers! Includes warm up activities, stretching, flexibility, walking and strength training with light hand weights. Anyone with physical limitations given special attention.

24704

MW

0800a-0850a 09/24 11 ALBSR........... OS..............$69.00................... YEE,J

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850

GENTLE EXERCISE FOR BEGINNERS

See Arthritis Program description in Health.

23835

MWF

0

1200p-1250p 09/24 11 CC-213......... OS..............$85.50................... YEE,J

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850A CARDIO DANCE WORKOUT

0

A refreshing alternative to traditional aerobics. Get both cardiovascular and muscular gains with beautiful dance routines. Develop strength, increase energy, burn calories, tone arms, abdominals, hips and legs.

23245

MW

0515p-0605p 09/24 11 ALBSR........... OS..............$69.00........VANDEHEY,J

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850CD CARDIO CORE CONDITIONING 23244

0

TR

0900a-0950a 09/25 11 BGCLUB........ OS..............$70.50........VANDEHEY,J

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850O BETTER BONES AND BALANCE TM

0

Reap the benefits OSU Bone Research Lab studies have shown. This exercise program has been shown to slow the rate of bone loss in adults of all ages. Improve your balance and coordination, Reduce your risk for falls, and see an increase in muscle tone and overall body fitness. 21902, 22413 and 23499 co-sponsored with Albany Parks and Recreation.

21902

MWF

0700a-0750a 09/24 11 SWANSO....... OS..............$85.50.. BRENNEMAN,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850O BETTER BONES AND BALANCE TM

0

22413

MWF

0800a-0850a 09/24 11 SWANSO....... OS..............$85.50.. BRENNEMAN,M

21714

MWF

0915a-1005a 09/24 11 LAKESI.......... OS..............$85.50..............SMITH,A

23499

TR

1245p-0135p 09/25 11 SWANSO....... OS..............$70.50................... YEE,J

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0

A form of meditative movement that originated in China. Teaches mind/body harmony and how to cultivate internal energy, chi. Accomplishes relaxation, relief from stress and promotes general well-being.

21897

M

1030a-1150a 09/24 9

ALBSR........... OS..............$48.00..............LEBAN,D

22374

R

0530p-0650p 09/27 9

ALBSR........... OS..............$48.00..............LEBAN,D

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

1

OPT

0630p-0720p 09/24 11 AC-120......... OS.................................VANDEHEY,J

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

F Field trip(s) planned G Meets one day only H Meets every other week HYB Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info. I Requires instructor’s written approval to register INTERNET Internet course

0.850Y GENTLE YOGA

0

Gentle Yoga poses geared for the beginning student. A slow paced class emphasizing the coordination of breathing with easy stretching. Please bring yoga mat and blanket.

PHYSICAL ED/HUMAN PERFORMANCE 24355

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

Zumba® is a dynamic, exciting, and effective fitness program featuring easy to follow lowimpact aerobic/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms. Latin and international dance music creates fun and even party-like classes. Achieve long term goals and benefits of improved agility, flexibility, cardio, and muscular strength. Join the fun and feel the beat!!!

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

See Enhance Your Digital SLR Skills description in Computer Applications.

24774

Starts

0.850U TAI CHI CHUAN

See Blogging-Create Your Own Blog description in Computer Applications.

24773

Credits Time

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

PHOTOGRAPHY 0.156

0.850

Day(s)

An exercise program designed to condition the cardiovascular system, tone and strengthen muscles and increase flexibility.

PERSONAL GROWTH

20440 20441

CRN

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0

For families with children ages 2 to 11. Improve communication and build your relationship with your child. Increase your positive parenting skills. Clarify values and rules for your family. Learn how to boost your child's brain development. Explore different ways to handle things when you're really frustrated with your child. Free child care and dinner (at 5:30p) included. Please call 541-917-4899 to sign up for class and child care.

22982

Course # Title

24356

9.952- NURTURING PARENTING

541-917-4840 • albany@linnbenton.edu

21716

MW

0100p-0150p 09/24 11 ALBSR........... OS..............$69.00...............ROSE,M

21895

MW

0200p-0250p 09/24 11 ALBSR........... OS..............$69.00...............ROSE,M

22920

MW

0300p-0350p 09/24 11 ALBSR........... OS..............$69.00...............ROSE,M

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

ITV J K O P S

Interactive television course Register prior to first class Register at offering center Open entry Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.)

SD Self-directed course V Variable credit M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; S=Saturday; U=Sunday For class locations, see page B4 See this schedule online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule


ALBANY COMMUNITY ED

541-917-4840 • albany@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

0.850Y HATHA YOGA

0

Hatha Yoga is a journey of self-discovery and self-healing. Yoga will strengthen, tone and reshape your body as it reduces stress. Yoga builds stamina, balance and brings a graceful flexibility to the body. Please bring yoga mat and blanket.

21717

MW

0700p-0820p 09/24 11 SSHORE........ OS..............$85.50...............ROSE,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850Y PILATES COMBO

0

Pilates is a series of low-impact exercises that concentrates on building strong abdominal muscles which improves balance and coordination. Pilates combo format involves toning with light weights, balancing, and mat workout using a combination of yoga and pilates moves.

23241

TR

0600p-0650p 09/25 11 ALBSR........... OS..............$69.00................... YEE,J

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

RELIGION 0.311

THE CHURCH SINCE 1500

0

An examination of what historical forces have shaped the contemporary church.

21718

T

0900a-1050a 09/25 10 LAKESI.......... OS..............$69.00............ GOMAN,J

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

9.046- MAKING MONEY WITH YOUR VOICE

R

0630p-0850p 10/04 1

NSH-106....... JS............................................STAFF

0.440C DRIVER ED WITH PERMIT

20446

M W

0430p-0720p 09/17 6 0430p-0720p 09/19 5

$259.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.902

DRIVER ED 18 & OVER

0

T-215............ PJKS................................DUBEAU,S T-215......................................................................

0

Registration packets available on-line at www.linnbenton.edu/go/driver-education and at all LBCC centers. Class must be dropped 24 hours prior to start date for refund. Call 541-917-4840 with questions.

21961

M W

0430p-0720p 09/17 6 0430p-0720p 09/19 5

$429.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

21888 21889 21890 21904

0.905

T-215............ PJKS..........FREE..............DUBEAU,S T-215......................................................................

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

0

MT MT MT MT

0830a-1220p 0830a-1220p 0830a-1220p 0830a-1220p

09/10 10/01 11/05 12/03

1 1 1 1

ALBSR........... S......................................... JONES,J ALBSR........... S......................................... JONES,J ALBSR........... S......................................... JONES,J ALBSR........... S......................................... JONES,J

BOATING SKILLS AND SEAMANSHIP

0

Boating Skills and Seamanship (BS&S) is a comprehensive course designed for both the experienced and the novice boater. Provides instruction and knowledge beyond the scope of just compulsory state safety courses and is perfect for coastal cruisers, lake-based thrill seekers, offshore fisherman, and saltwater enthusiasts. Satisfies Oregon State Boating Education Requirements. Class subjects include Trailering, Anchoring, Seamanship, Weather, Basic Coastal Navigation and much-much more in addition to hands-on practice with Knots. More info available at: http://www.cgauxed.org/elib/courses/desc/bss.htm Cost: $45 to be paid in class. M W

0630p-0850p 10/01 5 0630p-0850p 10/03 4

NSH-109....... O.................................... MAYERS III, ...............................................................................

ABOUT BOATING SAFELY

0

This classroom version of our popular online beginner boating course will give you the knowledge needed to obtain an Oregon boat license. Topics include: Introduction to Boating, Boating Laws, Safety Equipment, Safe Boating, Navigation, Boating Problems, Trailering, Storing and Protecting Your Boat. More info available at: http://www.cgaux.org/boatinged/ classes/2011/abs.php. Cost: $25 to be paid in class.

24291

Registration packets are available online at http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/albany-communityed/driver-education and all centers one week prior to registration. This ODOT approved program includes mandated 30 hours classroom instruction, 3-hour parent/student orientation at first meeting, plus 12 hours on the road (6 hrs behind-the-wheel + 6 hrs driver observation). Required at registration: completed packet, fee, original and one photocopy of your driver permit. Class must be dropped 24 hours prior to start date for refund. Call 541 917-4840 with questions.

Credits Time

A classroom program designed to help develop and reinforce safe driving skills and techniques. Satisfactory completion may also qualify you for reduced auto insurance premiums (check with your insurance carrier). The $12 fee for AARP members or $14 fee for non-members is collected at the first class. Register at the Albany Senior Center, 489 NW Water St., Tel. 541-917-7760.

0.905

VEHICLE SAFETY & OPERATION

Day(s)

0.902B AARP DRIVER SAFETY PROGRAM

0.905

0

Ever been told you have a great voice? From audio books and cartoons to documentaries, commercials, and more, this class will introduce you to the growing field of voice over. Must be registered at least one week prior to start of class. $50.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

CRN

24292

THEATER

24775

Course # Title

B13

S

0800a-0450p 10/06 1

NSH-107....... O.................................... MAYERS III,

HOW TO READ A NAUTICAL CHART & BASIC COA

0

Provides navigators with the knowledge to interpret a nautical chart's contents for safe navigation. Work with Newport area charts to practice "dead-reckoning," learn to account for local magnetic variation and compass deviation, and perform basic chart-plotting. All text, plotting tools, and local training charts will be provided. More info on the class is available at: http://www.cgaux.org/boatinged/classes/2011/hrnc.php Cost: $30 to be paid in class.

24776

R T

0630p-0850p 11/01 1 0630p-0850p 11/06 1

NSH-109....... O.................................... MAYERS III, NSH-109.................................................................

WRITING 0.152

LIFE STORIES

0

Your own life stories and those of your family members are treasures that need to be preserved as carefully as photos. Recall and recount family history in your narrative style with enhancement of detail, description and dialogue. Tips on publishing will enable you to submit articles or stories to magazines as fact or fiction.

21722

T

0200p-0350p 09/25 10 ALBSR........... OS..............$69.00......... MCNULTY,L

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.793

MEMOIR WRITING

0

Write your stories so future readers can visualize and understand your experiences. Learn techniques that help you get started, improve your writing, organize your stories, interview others, and self-publish your book. Give and received feedback and encouragement on how to clarify your meaning and recreate the moments of your life so that readers can "see" those experiences.

23354

F

1000a-1150a 09/28 8

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

ALBSR........... OS..............$57.00....... WALDMAN,S

Team Oregon Motorcycle Classes

Team Oregon offers motorcycle classes to people of all ages and abilities. The courses are street-oriented and research-based taught by experienced, certified motorcycle instructors and enthusiasts. Basic Rider Training is mandatory for riders under 21.

Class includes: • Lecture and testing • Riding competencies • Life-saving accident prevention • DMV Waivers • Information on insurance discounts Basic Rider Training: $179 Intermediate Rider Training: $149 Rider Skills Practice: $99

Registration is only available online at www.team-oregon.org Check website for registration dates and availability. If you need assistance or information, call 1-800-545-9944


B14

BENTON CENTER

Course # Title

Credits

Benton Center CRN

Day(s)

Time

Starts

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Grade

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Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

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Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

LBCC Benton Center, 757 NW Polk Ave., Corvallis, OR 97330 541-757-8944 Jeff Davis, Regional Director, Benton County Joel White, Director, Community Education

Scheduled Campus Closures

All LBCC locations will be closed Sept. 3 & 11, Nov. 12, 22 & 23 and December 24 through January 1.

Administration 541-757-8944, ext. 5128

Instructor support, media, safety, security, parking and building operations. Hours of operation: Monday - Thursday...............................................................8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday......................................................................................8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Exceptions: September 4 - 20 (Mon.-Thurs.)........................................... Close at 6 pm. December 10 - 20 (Mon.-Thurs.); Jan. 2, 3.......................... Close at 6 pm.

Bookstore 541-757-8944, ext. 5115

Textbooks and supplies for classes taken at Benton Center only. Espresso drinks, snack foods and LBCC gear! Hours of operation: Hours vary. View the Benton Center Bookstore link at www.bookstore.linnbenton.edu. Textbook buyback: Fall Term buyback is scheduled for Dec. 3-7 at the Benton Center Bookstore counter. For the Textbook Refund Table, refer to “Tuition, Fees & Refunds” pages of Section A (the flip side of this schedule) Clay for ceramics studio: Purchase Clay Voucher at bookstore counter and redeem in the ceramics studio from attendant.

The Learning and Career Center (LCC)

541-757-8944, ext. 5101 Support services for students in an informal setting: Open study area, computer access, tutoring, intra-library loan services, lending library, coin-operated copy machine and assistive technologies for disabilities. Services scheduled by LCC staff: CPT and test proctoring. Counseling, career advising. Hours of operation: Monday - Thursday................................................................9 a.m. - 8p.m. Friday.....................................................................................9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Exceptions: Sept 4-7, 10, 14; Dec. 7, 21................................................................. Closed Nov 21; Dec. 6........................................................................Close at 4 p.m. Sept 12-13, 17-20; Dec.10-13; Dec.17-20..............................Close at 5 p.m.

The Learning Annex 541-757-8944, ext. 5111ITV F Field trip(s) planned Help forday Math, G Desks Meets one only Writing, Reading, Study Skills. H Meets other week Hours ofevery operation: HYB Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info. Hours vary. View the hours I Requires instructor’s written at approval to register INTERNET Internet course www.linnbenton.edu/benton-center/hours

J K O P S

Benton Center, located on Polk Ave., behind the Cannery Mall on Ninth

Registration Office 541-757-8944, ext. 5100

Payment of tuition and fees. General student information including student activities. Hours of operation: Monday - Thursday..........................................................8:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. Friday................................................................................8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Exceptions: September 4 - 20 (Mon.-Thurs.).......................................... Close at 6 p.m. December 10 - 20 (Mon.-Thurs.); Jan. 2, 3.......................... Close at 6p.m.

Open Registration for all credit and non-credit classes: September 1 at 7:00 a.m. online only, (see page B2) September 4 at 8:00 a.m. in person at Benton Center (also at the Corvallis Senior Center for classes held there, payment SD Self-directed course by check only) V Variable credit

Interactive television course Register prior to first class Register at offering center M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; Open entry S=Saturday; U=Sunday Prerequisite required; seeMost catalog classes or advisor. begin September 24 - 28. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration For class locations, see B4 Register earlyor to get the classes youpage want! in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.) See this schedule online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule


BENTON CENTER

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

B15

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor


B16

BENTON CENTER

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

ADULT BASIC EDUCATION/GED - See GED/Adult Basic Education ADULT HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA (AHSD)

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

0.132P EXPLORING ART STYLES

The AHSD allows you to complete high school requirements by taking college-level classes. More information: Kathy Chafin, AHSD Coordinator, 541-917-4753.

BA211 23712

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING: FINANCIAL

TR

4

A-F

0600p-0750p 09/25 11 BXL-416........ P.........................................BOWER,I

23857

F

0900a-1150a 09/28 10 BC-106......... OS..............$84.00......... ALLISON,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

ANTH210 COMPARATIVE CULTURES

3

A-F

ART102 UNDERSTANDING ART

3

A-F

ART131 DRAWING I

4

OPT

T

0600p-0850p 09/25 11 BC-204................................................. ROLSTON,I

ART 24540

24502

TR

MW

0130p-0250p 09/25 11 BC-234.............................................WESTFORD,G

0200p-0450p 09/24 11 BC-106......... S........................................MYERS,A

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.132

ART SAMPLER FOR BEGINNERS

0

Try several different art media to find where your talents lie. Beginning lessons in drawing, colored pencil, water soluble colored pencil, watercolor, and oil painting. Also included is an introduction to color theory, composition and design. Three of our best art instructors, Mark Allison, Kris Mitchell and Jonathan Day will encourage you to get started on your creative ventures! Lab fee covers class supplies needed.

21584

M

0600p-0750p 09/24 9

$33.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.132

BC-106......... OS..............$63.00........MITCHELL,K

INTRO TO PERSPECTIVE IN ART

0

For anyone who would like a better understanding of how perspective can be used as a tool for designing and creating works of art in various mediums. Explore a variety of perspectives that have been used throughout art history. Includes lecture, demonstration, and hands-on work in drawing, painting, and/or photography. All levels of art knowledge welcome.

24706

R

0.132DR DRAWING, BEGINNING

0600p-0750p 09/26 10 BC-106......... OS..............$69.00........MITCHELL,K

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.132DR COLORED PENCIL: STUDIO WORKSHOP

21585

R R

0900a-1150a 09/27 9 0900a-0450p 10/18 1

24707

T S

0600p-0850p 09/25 10 BC-10........... OS..............$96.00........MITCHELL,K 0900a-0450p 10/27 1 FLD.........................................................................

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BC-105......... FOS............$91.50........MITCHELL,K FLD.........................................................................

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.132DR REALISTIC DRAWING

0

A painting and drawing class using live models that teaches the use of light and shade and color in rendering the figure in traditional realism, impressionism, cubism and expressionism. Some experience in drawing recommended. Students learn gesture drawing, become more accomplished in seeing, drawing and painting; develop a personal artistic identity and style, and knowledge of art history in relation to figure drawing and painting. Bring supplies to first class. Materials list at Benton Center. Lab fee for models.

21588

F

0100p-0350p 09/28 10 BC-106......... OS..............$84.00......... ALLISON,M

$23.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.132P OPEN STUDIO WORKSHOP

0

Grow as an artist working in a medium and with the subject of your choice as you explore, evaluate and make decisions regarding composition, color use, design and technique. Review and discussion at the end of each class period.

21590

M

0900a-1150a 09/24 10 BC-106......... OS..............$84.00.............BROOK,G

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.132PW EXPRESSIVE WATERMEDIA

0

Unrivalled in color brilliance and sensitivity, watercolor is a perennial favorite. Learning control of the medium - water, paper, pigment and brushes - will free you to express your feelings in color. We will cover abstraction, figure, animal, and landscape, also working from and improving on photos. For beginners and intermediate painters. Drawing experience is useful but not a prerequisite. Bring a pencil and copy paper (new or used one side). Supply list at first class.

23859

T

0600p-0850p 09/25 10 BC-106......... OS..............$84.00......... ALLISON,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BI101

0900a-1150a 09/27 10 BC-106......... OS..............$84.00......... ALLISON,M

GENERAL BIOLOGY

4

A-F

21419

TR

0130p-0350p 09/25 11 BC-207......... S...................................COLEMAN,G

20986

TR

0430p-0650p 09/25 11 BC-207......... S..............................DONAGHY CAN

$7.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $7.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

22608

GENERAL BIOLOGY

4

A-F

4

A-F

EDITING SKILLS FOR INFO PROCESSING

3

A-F

FORMATTING AND SKILLBUILDING

3

OPT

3

A-F

MW

0500p-0720p 09/24 11 BC-207......... S.................................... DUNHAM,C

$7.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BUS MANAGEMENT & SUPERVISION BA101 21842

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS

MW

1000a-1150a 09/24 11 BC-244......... P...................................GUSDORF,M

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY OA110

0

Designed for anyone, especially persons who feel they cannot draw, who may feel they have no talent for drawing and may have little hope of learning how to draw. Take this class and be surprised. A useful class for any artist who wants to strengthen drawing and design skills. Bring pencils and plain 8 1/2 X 11 white paper to first class. Supply list at first class. R

0700p-0920p 09/27 10 BC-106......... OS..............$76.50................... DAY,J

0.132P FIGURE PAINTING & DRAWING

BI102

0

For those working in colored pencil to improve their skills in a studio environment. Work on projects of your choice. Emphasis is on helping students gain artistic confidence through critiques, refining techniques, and maturing as an artist. An all-day field trip is included. Supply list at Benton Center.

21586

R

BIOLOGY

0

Use black and white media, explore shape, line and values to learn to draw an accurate image. Focuses on drawing skills for the beginner as well as experienced artist and is an excellent foundation class for painters of all levels. Supply list at first class. W

23323

0600p-0850p 09/27 10 BC-10........... OS..............$84.00............ESTENS,B

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

22708

0

Discover how easy oil painting can be. Easier than watercolors or acrylics, really! There are magical things you can do only with oils to paint landscapes, flowers, faces, animals, anything. Explore the richness and depth of color possible with oil paints. All skill levels welcome. Supply list at first class. $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

ANTHROPOLOGY 21417

0

Using watercolors, acrylics or oils, analyze and incorporate styles, colors and subjects of popular 19th and 20th century artists into new and contemporary subjects. Benefit from studying historical styles and art movements. Expand your stylistic range! Some drawing or water media experience helpful, but not necessary. Supply list at first class.

0.132P OIL PAINTING MADE EASY

ACCOUNTING

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

24541

OA125 24148

MWF MWF

1100a-1150a 09/24 11 BC-225......... P......................................LEHMAN,T 0900a-0950a 09/24 11 BC-225..................................................LEHMAN,T

OA2.681 CODING IN THE HOSPITAL ENVIRONMENT 24542

R

0600p-0850p 09/27 11 BC-205......... P......................................... ROMO,C

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

F Field trip(s) planned G Meets one day only H Meets every other week HYB Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info. I Requires instructor’s written approval to register INTERNET Internet course

ITV J K O P S

Interactive television course Register prior to first class Register at offering center Open entry Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.)

SD Self-directed course V Variable credit M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; S=Saturday; U=Sunday For class locations, see page B4 See this schedule online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule


BENTON CENTER

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

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Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

CERAMICS

Open Studio Hours: Monday...............................................................................9 a.m. – 1 p.m., 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. Tuesday......................................................................................................noon – 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.....................................................................................................4 p.m. – 6 p.m. Thursday........................................................................................................noon – 9 p.m. Friday............................................................................................................9 a.m. – 4 p.m. ART154 CERAMICS I

4

OPT

20327

MW

0100p-0350p 09/24 11 BC-140......... S...................................... WIDMER,J

20237

TR

0900a-1150a 09/25 11 BC-140......... S...................................... WIDMER,J

$20.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $20.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

ART254 CERAMICS II

4

OPT

20328

MW

0100p-0350p 09/24 11 BC-140......... PS.................................... WIDMER,J

20238

TR

0900a-1150a 09/25 11 BC-140......... PS.................................... WIDMER,J

$20.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $20.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.161CR CLAY EXPLORATION

0

An opportunity for students of all skill levels to learn a variety of porcelain and stoneware techniques and to participate in a number of Raku firings.

21592

T

0630p-0920p 09/25 10 BC-140......... OS..............$84.00.............MOSES,K

21593

W

0600p-0850p 09/26 10 BC-140......... OS..............$84.00...............ERNST,T

$20.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $20.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.161CR TECHNIQUES FOR HANDBUILDING SUCCESS

0

Overview of handbuilding techniques with clay. Emphasis on problem solving; how to take a piece from conception to completion. Also explores creative process for those looking for new ideas for their clay work. Students purchase own clay. W

0900a-1150a 09/26 10 BC-140......... OS..............$84.00........ CHILDERS,L

$20.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.161CR CERAMICS WORKSHOP WITH STEPHEN MICKEY

F S

0700p-0750p 11/16 1 1000a-0250p 11/17 1

$35.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BC-244......... S................FREE.............. WIDMER,J BC-140...................................................................

COMM111 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH TR T W TR R

3

A-F

1100a-1220p 09/25 11 BC-104...............................................EMERSON,D 0600p-0850p 09/25 11 BC-105...................................................... COOK,E 0200p-0450p 09/26 11 BC-105.....................................................BLACK,T

COMM218 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION 21271 20520

3

A-F

0930a-1050a 09/25 11 BC-104...............................................EMERSON,D 0600p-0850p 09/27 11 BC-105...................................................... COOK,E

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS Do you need help choosing the right computer class? For beginning students, we suggest you start with FREE Computer Orientation or Computers – First Step. Our beginning software, technology or online classes are good choices for students already familiar with computers. For business software applications, see Business Technology Lab in this section. For help deciding the best match for your needs or more information, call Shirley Lockhart at 541-757-8944 ext. 5126 or shirley.lockhart@linnbenton.edu or Twila Lehman, Business Technology Program coordinator, at 541-757-8944, ext. 5109 CIS125 INTRO TO SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS

3

OPT

CS120

3

A-F

3

A-F

24543 23698

OA202 20522

TR

0500p-0650p 09/25 11 BC-225......... P................................... MATTSON,A

DIGITAL LITERACY

MW

0100p-0250p 09/24 11 BC-225.........................................................RIZK,Z

WORD PROCESSING FOR BUSINESS: MS WORD

TBA

Credits Time

Starts

TBA

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

0

21016

M

1000a-1150a 09/24 1

BC-206......... GJ..............FREE....... RASKAUSKAS,

9.047A- 50 BEST COMPUTER TIPS & SHORTCUTS

0

Work smarter not harder! Learn the computer tips that experts use to make computer use easier, quicker and more fun. Tips for Windows, Word, ClipArt, Excel and the Internet, for all computer users who want to know the best shortcuts and efficient ways to do repetitive tasks.

23325

M

0100p-0350p 09/24 1

BC-206......... GJ..............FREE....... RASKAUSKAS,

MICROSOFT OFFICE ONLINE COURSES

Online courses enable you to learn individually at home or in a student computer lab at LBCC. Instructional assistance and feedback on assignments are available by appointment with Carol Raymundo, Instructor, at raymundo@linnbenton.edu. Purchase text at the Benton Center or Albany Campus Bookstore. Each course carries 1 credit. 9.606N WORD LEVEL I

1

PNP

Covers the basics of word processing using Microsoft Word. Prerequisite: Computer introduction class or equivalent. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www. linnbenton.edu/go/self-study.

21472

TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.606N WORD LEVEL II

1

PNP

For students already familiar with the basics of Microsoft Word. Prerequisite: Beginning Word or equivalent. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/ self-study.

21473

TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.606N WORD LEVEL III

1

PNP

Learn advanced Word skills including integrating Word with Excel and PowerPoint. Prerequisite: Word Level II or equivalent and beginning Excel and PowerPoint. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/self-study.

24708

TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.606N EXCEL LEVEL I

1

PNP

Use Microsoft Excel to create, modify and improve the appearance of an electronic spreadsheet for business or personal use. Prerequisite: Computer introduction class or equivalent. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/self-study. TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.606N EXCEL LEVEL II

1

PNP

For students already familiar with the basics of Excel. Prerequisite: Beginning Excel or equivalent. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/selfstudy.

23950

TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.606N EXCEL LEVEL III

1

PNP

Learn advanced Excel skills including integrating Excel with Word and PowerPoint. Prerequisite: Excel Level II or equivalent and beginning Word and PowerPoint. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/self-study.

COMMUNICATION 20673 21047 23449

Day(s)

An introduction to Personal Computers - for students with no computer experience. Learn how to start and shutdown the computer properly, handle disks and practice mouse skills. Discuss computer classes best designed to meet your computing needs. This class satisfies the prerequisite for beginning computer classes at Benton Center. Preregistration recommended.

23949

0

Former Mt. Hood Community College ceramics instructor, Stephen Mickey, will share his work and firing experience from his anagama kiln in a Friday evening slide show open to the public at no cost. On Saturday, Stephen will demonstrate his clay techniques in a day long workshop that includes a no-host noon potluck.

23450

CRN

9.047A- FREE COMPUTER ORIENTATION

The LBCC Ceramics Studio is located in room 140 at the Benton Center in Corvallis. Students may work during open studio hours if they are enrolled in any LBCC credit or noncredit ceramics class. This policy excludes workshops & other ceramics events. The studio will be open Fall term, Sept. 24 – Dec. 4. For more information, call the Benton Center at 757-8944

21596

Course # Title

B17

09/24 11 INTNET.......... PINTNET.................................NOE,N

24709

TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.606N PUBLISHER

1

PNP

Introduces Microsoft's easy-to-use publishing program. Prerequisite: Computer introduction class or equivalent experience. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www. linnbenton.edu/go/self-study.

23951

TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.606N POWERPOINT

1

PNP

Introduces Microsoft's popular presentation program. Prerequisite: Beginning Word or equivalent. For information on how to begin class, go to http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/selfstudy.

24337

TBA

TBA

09/24 10 TBA............... O................................RAYMUNDO,C

9.607E EXCEL - INTRO TO SPREADSHEETS

1

OPT

Are you ready to Excel? A spreadsheet program allows you to organize and analyze numeric and text-based data. Topics include how to enter and format data and text, create formulas, work with basic functions, create charts, and insert graphics and photos. You will also use hyperlinks and access online help resources and spreadsheet templates. A combination of lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on-practice. Grade requirements are in-class exercises, lab homework, and an individual class project. Prerequisite: An introductory computer course or equivalent experience. No text required. Bring a flash drive to the first class.

22713

M

0600p-0850p 09/24 4

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BC-225......... S.................................. NEWSOME,P


B18

BENTON CENTER

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

9.611H ACCESS - INTRO TO DATABASES

1

OPT

Experience how a database program allows the user to access and manage data in an organized, efficient and accurate manner, for a wide range of business and personal applications. Work with Access templates and learn to enter, store, retrieve, assess, and print information. Class work includes creating a basic project plan, and then building the required tables, forms, and associated reports. Prerequisite: An introductory computer course or equivalent experience. Bring your flash drive to the first class.

23324

M

0600p-0850p 10/22 4

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BC-225......... S.................................. NEWSOME,P

9.726F DREAMWEAVER I - BUILDING WEBSITES

1

OPT

With the popular Web page editor Adobe Dreamweaver CS5, you will design web pages using a combination of HTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). This hands-on course will cover the basics of designing a web site with multiple pages, formatting text, changing page properties, inserting graphics, creating forms, lists, links and tables. Also experience uploading pages to a website. Prerequisite: Basic expertise using Windows/Mac.

20682

M

0700p-0950p 09/24 4

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BC-206......... S................................. NEWSOME,M

9.726F DREAMWEAVER II

1

OPT

Increase your proficiency using Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 to build multi-page websites formatted with Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Experiment with page layouts and advanced forms as you design your own website hosted on either your own or the class web server. Prerequisites: Dreamweaver I (or equivalent experience), and expertise using Windows/Mac.

22394

M

0700p-0950p 10/22 4

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BC-206......... S................................. NEWSOME,M

1

OPT

Learn basic HTML coding to create web pages. Covers HTML tags that will allow the student to create headings, paragraphs, text enhancements, lists, insert images, and provide links to other web pages. Also, includes basic web design and how with just a little bit of knowledge, the student can create effective, easy-to-maintain, user-friendly pages. Internet browsing experience recommended. R

0700p-0950p 09/27 4

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

BC-206......... S................................. NEWSOME,M

MW

0930a-1120a 10/01 4

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

BC-206......... S................$57.00.... RASKAUSKAS,

COMPUTERS - SECOND STEP

MW

0930a-1120a 10/29 4

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

0

BC-206......... S................$57.00.... RASKAUSKAS,

WINDOWS 7

T

0930a-1220p 09/25 2

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

BC-206......... S................$39.00.... RASKAUSKAS,

MICROSOFT WORD 2010

0

Word 2010 provides editing and reviewing tools for creating polished documents more easily than ever before! For the look you want, learn how to add special formatting to text, insert photos, clip art and graphics. Use templates to save time on common tasks and discover 'the cloud' to keep your documents saved where you can access them from anywhere. Class includes most recent versions through 2010. Prerequisite: An introductory computer course or equivalent experience.

24710

T

0100p-0250p 09/25 4

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

EXCEL - INTRO TO SPREADSHEETS

0

Use Excel spreadsheets to organize, sort and analyze numeric data and lists, from budgets to business plans. Create simple charts and graphs, and learn formatting techniques and shortcuts to work efficiently, with plenty of hands-on practice. Utilize online Excel help resources. No text required. Prerequisite: An introductory computer course or equivalent experience. Bring a flash drive to class.

24711

T

0100p-0250p 10/23 4

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

BC-206......... S................$39.00.... RASKAUSKAS,

SOCIAL NETWORKING

0

Staying in touch with friends, family and co-workers has never been easier. We'll start with Facebook and Twitter and move on from there. Discover the variety of uses and fun of these popular online tools for both personal and professional use. Learn how to personalize privacy settings and share only what you want to share. Take part in informative discussions, have lots of hands on practice and test your skills in class before networking in the real world.

23899

T

0930a-1120a 10/09 4

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

BC-206......... S................$39.00.... RASKAUSKAS,

YOUR DIGITAL SLR CAMERA

0

Find out ways to use your brand new or older digital SLR camera more effectively and creatively. Maximize your camera's features beyond full auto to get the effects you desire. Practice using the f-stop for depth of field, stopping the action of fast moving events and make it look like a pro took every picture. Includes a photo shoot to apply what you have learned and work with Adobe Photoshop Elements for simple photo editing and enhancement. Bring your Digital SLR camera and manual, fully charged battery, transfer cable and media card to class. W

0630p-0820p 09/26 10 BC-206......... OS..............$69.00.. SCHLEGELMAN

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS I

0

A hands-on class using features of Photoshop Elements (versions 6.0-10.0) for editing digital photographs, including how to correct exposure, contrast, and color problems. Also learn how to remove from and/or add to a photo; resize, print, and save images; and prepare images for email and the Web. Plan to go away able to organize and back up all your treasured photos with confidence. Computer experience recommended.

0.701

T

0630p-0820p 09/25 10 BC-206......... OS..............$69.00.. SCHLEGELMAN

MAC ESSENTIALS

0

For new Mac users who want to understand the Mac OS X operating system basic applications, and for current users who wish to further develop their skills. Covered applications include iTunes, iPhoto, iCal, Text Edit, Preview, Safari, Mail and others. Detailed handouts supplement media presentations. Each session includes time for questions. Laptops are welcome.

23863

W

0700p-0850p 09/26 10 BC-209......... OS..............$69.00............... BUSH,G

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

MAC II

0

Designed for those familiar with Macs and wish to add more skills to their repertoire or become familiar with new operating systems. We'll work with iWork, iLife (photos, movies, music), Safari (Internet), and new Apple developments. Class content will vary to meet students' needs. Bring your Mac laptop to class.

22712

T

0100p-0250p 09/25 10 BC-106......... OS..............$69.00............... BUSH,G

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

0

Discover Microsoft's newest operating system. Explore the improved taskbar, full-screen previews, jump lists, and windows search which helps you find anything on your PC quickly and easily. Compare Windows 7 to XP and Vista and find out if an upgrade is right for you. Bring your laptop or use our Windows 7 computers in the lab.

23898

Day(s)

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0

Build on skills learned in Computers - First Step, including more features of Windows 7, the Internet and email. Learn how to copy information between programs, organize files, create folders, and change the desktop appearance. Also includes easy computer maintenance tips and a brief introduction to word processing and spreadsheets. Prerequisite: Computers - First Step or equivalent experience.

23897

0.701

23862

COMPUTERS - FIRST STEP

A perfect class for those who have never touched a computer before and want hands-on, step-by-step instruction. Designed to go at an easy pace. Includes identifying the various parts of the computer, how to turn it on and off and use the mouse and keyboard. Also introduces working with Windows 7, and a brief intro to email and the Internet. Important to attend first class.

22336

CRN

23861

9.726F WEB DESIGN - HTML I

22334

Course # Title

APPLE IPAD

0

Go beyond the iPad's basic features to meet your needs for work or home. Confidently search for and download Apps, and enjoy Internet surfing, emailing, editing and sharing photos, as well as exploring iTunes' special role on the iPad. For new and current users.

22340

M

0700p-0850p 09/24 8

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.701

BC-244......... S................$57.00............... BUSH,G

BLOGGING-CREATE YOUR OWN BLOG

0

Showcase your photography and stories to friends and family. We'll go from camera to computer and teach you how to save and edit your photos while creating your very own blog. Develop caption writing and taking your photography to the next level into a storytelling experience.

24768

W

0630p-0750p 09/26 5

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BC-225......... S................$39.00....... BARNHART,R

BC-206......... S................$39.00.... RASKAUSKAS,

F Field trip(s) planned G Meets one day only H Meets every other week HYB Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info. I Requires instructor’s written approval to register INTERNET Internet course

ITV J K O P S

Interactive television course Register prior to first class Register at offering center Open entry Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.)

SD Self-directed course V Variable credit M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; S=Saturday; U=Sunday For class locations, see page B4 See this schedule online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule


BENTON CENTER

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

B19

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

CONSUMER EDUCATION 0.667

FINANCIAL FUTURE

0

Want to take control of your finances? Join Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services, a local, non-profit housing agency, for the next Financial Future workshop. This free workshop is designed to help you manage money and spending, learn to create a working budget, understand and improve credit habits and reports, as well as develop saving programs and goals that lead to a stable "Financial Future." Participants of this workshop are also eligible for free one-on-one support from certified credit and housing specialist. Pre-registration is required through: Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services, Web site: www.w-nhs.org, Electronic Mail: info@w-nhs.org 541-752-7220, Ext. 300

21598

0.667

S

0900a-0450p 09/15 1

WNHOUS...... I..................FREE................ ORIANI,C

COMPLETE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP 0

Take charge of your money and create your own financial plan! Understand how to safeguard money and assets, manage debt, help build net worth, avoid investment mistakes and plan for retirement. Fee includes workbook provided. Register by Friday for Tuesday class.

24264

T

0630p-0820p 10/30 3

$29.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.794

CHS-230....... JS...............FREE...............MYERS,M

HOMEBUYER WORKSHOP

0

Want to become a more confident and informed homebuyer? Interested in avoiding common pitfalls when shopping for a new home? Would you like to gain access to special, favorable loans and down payment assistance programs? Then this Homebuyer Workshop is for you! This 8 hour comprehensive course is offered by a HUD approved Housing Counseling agency. Includes unlimited individual housing counseling by a certified Housing Counselor and a textbook. Pre-registration is required - online at www.w-nhs.org or call Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services at 541-752-7220. $45 fee per household, payable in advance. **While on-line, also check out WNHS sponsored introductory classes, Am I Ready to Buy a House? (free) offered monthly.

21858 24370 24371

S S S

0900a-0450p 09/22 1 0900a-0450p 10/20 1 0900a-0450p 11/17 1

WNHOUS...... I..................FREE................ ORIANI,C WNHOUS...... OI...............FREE................ ORIANI,C WNHOUS...... I..................FREE................ ORIANI,C

BASIC CAKE DECORATING 101

0

Use simple techniques to accomplish professional looking results. Learn how to use butter cream and royal icing while focusing on a variety of ways to decorate cakes and cupcakes. Make beautiful holiday cakes to wow your family and friends! Supply list available at Benton Center Registration and at first class.

24712

W

0200p-0350p 09/26 10 BC-10........... JOS............$69.00................HASE,C

$7.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.205

OH BABY! HOMEMADE BABY FOOD

0

Discover the why, when, and what of making baby food at home. Whether a new parent or expecting, find out how homemade is economical, better for baby, and so easy! Learn when to introduce which foods at what age and have hands-on practice preparing baby's food. Also cover the important aspects of food safety and nutrition. Instructor is an OSU nutrition major graduate and a new mom. For infants to 1 year olds. Register by Friday for Tuesday class.

24265

TW

0600p-0850p 10/09 1

$12.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.205

0.401

FROM MARKET TO TABLE

CHS-H3........ JS...............$39.00............ NYMAN,A

20468

T

0.401

INTRO TO SWING DANCE

22396

F

0.205

CHEESE IT!

0

Somebody once said that age doesn't matter unless you are a cheese! Discover this truth as you enjoy learning how to make different delectable cheeses easily at home and why Chef Lawrence firmly believes that "cheese is milk's leap toward immortality." Register by Wednesday for Saturday class.

24713

S

1000a-0150p 11/10 1

$17.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.205

EAT LIKE AN ITALIAN

CHS-H3........ JS...............$29.00...............BIRCH,L

0

When authentic Italian food is on the table, it feeds more than just your body; it nourishes your soul. Come, have fun and enjoy learning how to eat like our friends the Italians do, as we prepare a hearty meal together. Fresh pasta-based main dish; red, white, and green sauces; seasonal vegetables, expertly prepared and a tasty dessert. Vegetarian options for most recipes included. Register by Wednesday for Saturday class.

24273

S

1200p-0450p 11/17 1

$17.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

CHS-H3........ JS...............$29.00...............BIRCH,L

09/28 10 BC-130......... S................$54.00....... STERLING,M

LINE DANCE

24714

0

F

0700p-0820p 09/28 10 BC-130......... S................$54.00.... HALVORSON,R

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.401

BEGINNING AMERICAN TANGO

0

Spice up your Ballroom dancing with some Tango. Perfect for people with little or no dance experience. American Tango is one of the most popular ballroom dances and found at almost any ballroom venue you visit. A fun way of adding a little Latin flavor to your dance experience. No partner required. No class Nov 24, Thanksgiving weekend.

24715

S

1230p-0150p 09/29 9

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BC-130......... OS..............$48.00....... STERLING,M

DESTINATION GRADUATION 1

PNP

INTRODUCTION TO MICROECONOMICS

4

A-F

INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS

4

A-F

ENG104 LITERATURE: FICTION

3

A-F

ENG106 LITERATURE: POETRY

3

A-F

3

A-F

24667 24669 24670 24672

DESTINATION GRADUATION

T R T S R S

EC201

CHS-H3........ JS...............$39.00...............BIRCH,L

0

Line dancing isn't just Country Western anymore! Learn to dance to a variety of music including Country Western, 50's and Latin. No partner needed. Dancers must wear shoes with a smooth sole. No class Nov 23, Thanksgiving weekend.

$21.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

1100a-0450p 09/29 1

0230-0350p

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

ECONOMICS

S

0730p-0850p 09/25 10 BC-130......... S................$54.00............. FISHER,J

Swing dance is a fun and exciting way to get out and meet new people. For those who have little or no experience dancing. Class starts with the most basic form of swing dancing. Discover basic leading and following skills while emphasizing social dancing. NO PARTNER REQUIRED. Come have fun and learn a new skill! No class Nov 23, Thanksgiving weekend.

Celebrate Food Diversity! Add nutritious and tasty variety to your menus trying sustainably grown and gathered items from Willamette Valley's bounty. Sample organic veggies, rich nuts and delicious cheeses, safe and savory wild mushrooms, hand-made beverages - and more! Shop together and custom-create a several course meal highlighting our unique finds. Field trip included. Vegetarian options for most recipes included. Register by Wednesday for Saturday class. Must contact instructor for field trip information BEFORE Saturday's class. Lawrence at givingtree@earthlink.net

24274

0

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

HD120 0

BELLY DANCE, BEGINNING I AND II

Belly dance as an exercise is an enjoyable way to tone the body and develop balance, suppleness and flexibility. As an art form, it encourages expressiveness and grace for everyone.

0.401

COOKING 0.205

DANCE

21488

EC202 24204

MW TR

0200p-0350p 1000a-1150a 0400p-0550p 1000a-1150a 0400p-0550p 1000a-1150a

09/18 09/20 09/18 09/29 09/20 09/29

5 5 1 4 1 4

BC-244............................................ CAMPBELL,M BC-205.........................................................STAFF BC-104.........................................................STAFF BC-104................................................................... BC-105.........................................................STAFF BC-105...................................................................

0630p-0820p 09/24 11 BC-234......... P........................................... WOLF,J 0200p-0350p 09/25 11 BC-204......... P.....................................HIBBARD,P

ENGLISH 21440 22282

MW TR

0200p-0320p 09/24 11 BC-244..................................................... DALEY,N 0930a-1050a 09/25 11 BC-244......................................................BUYS,W

ENG221 CHILDREN'S LITERATURE 22544

TBA M M M M M

TBA 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p

09/24 09/24 10/08 10/22 11/05 11/19

11 1 1 1 1 1

HYBRID......... HHYBRID............................ WOOD,L BC-209................................................................... BC-209................................................................... BC-209................................................................... BC-209................................................................... BC-209...................................................................


B20

BENTON CENTER

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

ENGLISH FOR SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES NONCREDIT CLASSES

Daytime Orientation: Time: 9:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m. (Wednesday/Friday) Dates: Choose from the following list and come BOTH days Sept 19 & 21 Benton Center, Rm 209 Sept 26 & 28 Benton Center, Rm 209 Oct 24 & 26 Benton Center, Rm 209 Daytime Classes: Time & Days: 9 - 11:50 a.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday Starting Date: Sept 24 Location: Benton Center

0900a-1150a 0900a-1150a 0900a-1150a 0630p-0920p 0630p-0920p 0630p-0920p

09/19 09/26 10/24 09/17 09/24 10/22

1 1 1 1 11 1

An introduction to the Arabic language and writing system. Learn to recognize, write and read the Arabic letters, read and vocalize short Arabic texts and become confident making simple sentences and conversation.

24339

W

0700p-0850p 10/10 9

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

CHS-230....... OS..............$63.00..... HILLSTROM,R

0.601C MANDARIN CHINESE, BEGINNING

0

An introductory conversational Chinese course designed for those with little or no prior knowledge of Mandarin Chinese. Course will concentrate on pronunciation, basic conversation and situational dialogue. Chinese culture will also be discussed.

21600

R

0700p-0850p 09/27 10 BC-236......... OS..............$69.00....................HO,H

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.601F FRENCH, BEGINNING LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

0

Emphasis on simple conversation as well as the basics of French grammar. Also enjoy learning about France and the French culture. Supportive, informal environment. For students with little or no background in French. Lab fee covers French delicacies each night. T

0700p-0850p 09/25 10 CHS-231....... OS..............$69.00..... CHAMBERS,D

W

0

0630p-0820p 09/26 10 CHS-231....... OS..............$69.00........ SULLIVAN,N

0.601F FRENCH, INTERMEDIATE

0

Early intermediate level class for students with at least one year of French or equivalent. Opportunities to develop proficiency in reading, writing, and conversing, while exploring French history and culture. Supportive, informal environment.

21604

W

0930a-1120a 09/26 10 CORVSR........ OS..............$69.00.............. FROST,C

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.601G GERMAN, BEGINNING I

0

The first term in a sequence of 3 beginning German courses for those who are starting at ground level. Primary emphasis will be on acquiring vocabulary and language structures useful for engaging in listening exercises and simple conversations. Emphasis on reading and writing skills consistent with the needs and interests of the students. Textbook available at the Benton Center Bookstore.

22343

T

0700p-0850p 09/25 10 BC-207......... OS..............$69.00.......WHEELING,U

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.601G GERMAN, INTERMEDIATE I

24718

ITV J K O P S

R

0700p-0850p 09/27 10 BC-246......... OS..............$69.00....... WHEELING,L

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

OPT

0

For those with some basic knowledge of German who would like to brush up, practice and improve their communication skills. Read newspaper and magazine articles and explore topics of interest from festivals, music and food to politics, business and science. Emphasis on pronunciation, sentence patterns or grammar will be according to the preferences and needs of the participants. At least one year of prior study or equivalent skill level recommended.

22344

W

0700p-0850p 09/26 10 BC-107......... OS..............$69.00.......WHEELING,U

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.601I

4

0

For students who have had one year of beginning German or equivalent exposure to the language. Emphasis will be on listening, speaking and reading exercises integrated with language structures. Textbook available at Benton Center Bookstore.

0.601G GERMAN, INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED

0

0500p-0650p 09/24 11 BC-246................................................... BOLAIS,C 0700p-0850p 09/24 11 BC-246...................................................OLVERA,H 0300p-0450p 09/25 11 BC-246............................................ PILKERTON,W

F Field trip(s) planned G Meets one day only H Meets every other week HYB Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info. I Requires instructor’s written approval to register INTERNET Internet course

0

OPT

0200p-0350p 09/24 11 BC-246......... P......................................... KEADY,B 0500p-0650p 09/25 11 BC-246............................................ PILKERTON,W

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

Non-credit foreign language courses provide a fun and practical opportunity to explore other cultures. Instructors pace the class to the ability and needs of the students. Beginning classes are for those with little or no prior knowledge of the language. Intermediate classes require one year of prior study of the language, either formal or informal. MW MW TR

0.601A ARABIC, BEGINNING

21601

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

22283 20708 20541

4

MW TR

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

Emphasizes everyday conversation and grammar for students with little or no previous knowledge of French.

BC-209......... I..................FREE.............. CHANEY,S BC-209................................................................... BC-209................................................................... BC-10........... I..................FREE.............. CHANEY,S BC-10..................................................................... BC-10.....................................................................

SPN101 FIRST YEAR SPANISH I

Starts

0.601F BEGINNING FRENCH CONVERSATION

Where and when are ESOL classes? ESOL classes in Corvallis meet on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. ESOL classes in Albany meet on Tuesday and Thursday. Students will be given information about ESOL classes at orientation. WF WF WF MW MW MW

Credits Time

$8.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

Evening Classes: Time & Days: 6:30 - 9:20 p.m. Monday and Wednesday Starting Date: Sept 24 Location: Benton Center

21544 21545

Day(s)

SPN201 SECOND YEAR SPANISH I

24717

Evening Orientation: Time & Days: 6:30 - 9:20 p.m. (Monday/Wednesday) Dates: Choose from the following list and come BOTH days Sept 17 & 19 Benton Center, Rm 10 Sept 24 & 26 Benton Center, Rm 10 Oct 22 & 24 Benton Center, Rm 10

ESOL: STUDENT ORIENTATION

CRN

20624 24104

ESOL classes are for students whose first language is not English. Classes include reading, writing, listening, speaking, grammar, and American pronunciation. Every new student must attend an orientation before attending any ESOL class. Orientation is two sessions. A student must attend both parts of the orientation to be ready to attend class. Students will be given information about which class to go to at orientation. There is a $30 program fee per term. For more information call 541-917-4710 or go to www.linnbenton.edu/go/esol Las clases en ESOL son para estudiantes cuya primera lengua no es el ingles. En las clases de ESOL se enseña lectura, escritura, conversación, gramática, pronunciación y otras habilidades básicas en la comunicación. Cada nuevo estudiante debe asistir a dos sesiones de orientación antes de iniciar cualquier clase en ESOL. Es obligatorio asistir a ambas sesiones. En estas sesiones se dará la información necesaria para estar listo para participar en cualquier curso. Cada trimestre tiene un costo de 30 dólares. Para más información en español llame al 541-917-4664.

0.516

Course # Title

ITALIAN, BEGINNING A

0

Basic conversation for everyday use. For students with little or no Italian experience. Text available at Benton Center Bookstore.

21605

T

0700p-0850p 09/25 10 CHS-232....... OS..............$69.00..... MARRACCINI,

21861

R

0100p-0250p 09/27 10 CORVSR........ OS..............$69.00..... MARRACCINI,

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.601I

CONVERSATIONAL ITALIAN

0

Speak Italian using what you've learned. Practice using common vocabulary and present tense verbs, asking and answering everyday and travel questions. Italian, Beginning A or basic understanding of Italian language required.

24340

W

0200p-0350p 09/26 10 BC-121......... OS..............$69.00..... MARRACCINI,

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

Interactive television course Register prior to first class Register at offering center Open entry Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.)

SD Self-directed course V Variable credit M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; S=Saturday; U=Sunday For class locations, see page B4 See this schedule online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule


BENTON CENTER

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

0.601I

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

CONVERSATIONAL ITALIAN II

0

Listen, speak, read, write and maybe even think in Italian. Improve conversational skills, vocabulary and grammar. For students who have completed one or two terms of Italian.

23331

M

0700p-0850p 09/24 10 BC-121......... OS..............$69.00.............FALCHI,D

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.601J JAPANESE LANGUAGE & CULTURE

0

Introduction to essential Japanese conversation, culture and customs for students with little or no familiarity with the language. Study of vocabulary and phrases necessary for basic communication.

23904

W

0700p-0850p 09/26 9

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

CHS-232....... OS..............$63.00........YOSHIOKA,T

0.601P BRAZILIAN PORTUGUESE, READING I

0

For those who have a structural base in Portuguese, as well as for those who are well grounded in Spanish but keenly interested in Portuguese. Read a world-renown novel of short length in Portuguese, O Alquimista, by contemporary Brazilian author Paulo Coelho. Class activities will involve student presentations and discussions of the novel.

22787

T

0700p-0850p 09/25 10 BC-107......... OS..............$69.00....... WHEELING,L

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.601R RUSSIAN, BEGINNING LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

0

For the student who wants to learn Russian from the ground up. No previous knowledge of Russian language required.

24735

W

0630p-0820p 09/26 10 CHS-229....... OS..............$69.00.......... VULFSON,I

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.601S EVERYDAY SPANISH

0

This is a fun, dynamic conversational approach through phrases, patterns, verbs, idioms and dialogues to everyday Spanish. Experience pair practice, composition, field trips and Mexican folk songs to spice up each class time. Designed for maximum motivation and meaningful content so students can repeat the class to build a personal foundation. Become comfortable enough to recognize, apply and transfer grammatical patterns to new situations.

21611

R

0700p-0850p 09/27 10 BC-242......... OS..............$69.00.........FURUICHI,B

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.601S SPANISH, BEGINNING A

0

Basic conversation for everyday use. For students with little or no Spanish experience. Text available at Benton Center Bookstore.

24719

M

0700p-0850p 09/24 10 CHS-H2........ OS..............$69.00.....SCHLECHTER,

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.601S SPANISH, BEGINNING B

0

Basic conversation for everyday use. For students with one term of Spanish instruction. Text available at Benton Center Bookstore.

21612

T

0700p-0850p 09/25 10 BC-246......... OS..............$69.00.....SCHLECHTER,

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.601S SPANISH, BEGINNING LANGUAGE & CULTURE

0

Have fun as you practice essential Spanish words and phrases to more confidently travel in Spanish speaking countries of Latin America and Spain. Also, become familiar with Spanish music, dances, folklore and art. Bring your favorite Spanish textbook to first class. Class will be developed to fit students' needs and desires. Little or no previous Spanish experience required.

24267

R

0900a-1050a 09/27 10 CORVSR........ OS..............$69.00.....SCHLECHTER,

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.601S SPANISH, INTERMEDIATE

0

Spanish conversation, grammar and culture. Beginning study of the preterit as well as the imperfect, direct and indirect object pronouns. Practice in reading and writing also covered. For students with one-two years of Spanish or equivalent.

21614

T

0700p-0850p 09/25 10 CHS-229....... OS..............$69.00....... VILLAMAN,N

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.601S INTER SPANISH CONVERSATION & CULTURE

0

Spanish conversation and culture with some grammar for review and clarification. Practice in reading and writing also covered. For students with one-two years of Spanish or equivalent.

24720

F

1230p-0220p 09/28 9

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

CORVSR........ OS..............$63.00............ROBELO,L

0.601S SPANISH, INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED

0

Speak entirely in Spanish as you study grammar and practice Spanish conversation in groups. Also explores culture and language through stories, proverbs, poems and songs of Latin America and Spain.

21615

W

0900a-1050a 09/26 10 BC-106......... OS..............$69.00...............PLATT,D

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.603A AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I

0

For anyone interested in learning American Sign Language and about Deaf Culture.

21607

R

0630p-0820p 09/27 10 BC-107......... OS..............$69.00..............WHITE,H

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.603A AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II

0

Communication in American Sign Language for those ready for silent communication through games and group interaction. Two terms of ASL or permission of instructor required.

21608

R

0630p-0820p 09/27 10 BC-107......... OS..............$69.00..............WHITE,H

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

B21

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

GED/ADULT BASIC SKILLS If you want help preparing to get your GED or you need to improve your skills in reading, writing or math, these classes can help. You first need to attend a free orientation, then pay a $30 enrollment fee when you register for class. Classes and orientations are offered in Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, and Sweet Home. You can find information about orientation times, dates, and locations under the “GED and Adult Basic Education” section in each city’s listing in the Schedule of Classes. For more information, call the GED and Adult Basic Education office at 541-917-4710 or go to www.linnbenton.edu/go/ged. Para informacion sobre clases de GED en español, llame 541-917-4715. Score under 55 in Reading on your Computerized Placement Test? Students referred to our department after scoring less than 55 in Reading on the Computerized Placement Test (CPT) should call 541-917-4916 or email megan.christoph@linnbenton.edu for assistance. Benton Center Daytime Orientation: Time: 9 – 11:50 a.m. Days: Choose from the following list and come BOTH days. Sept 17 & 18 -or- Sept 24 & 25 -or- Oct 22 & 23 Location: Benton Center, Room 242 Benton Center Daytime Classes: Time & Days: 9-11:50 a.m. Monday through Thursday Starting Date: Sept 24 Location: Benton Center, Room 236 Benton Center Evening Orientation: Time: 6 – 8:50 p.m. Days: Choose from the following list and come BOTH days. Sept 17 & 18 -or- Sept 24 & 25 -or- Oct 22 & 23 Location: Benton Center, Room 242 Benton Center Evening Classes: Time & Days: 6-8:50 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday Starting Date: Sept 24 Location: Benton Center, Room 236 GED in Spanish Daytime Orientation Time: 9:30 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. Tuesday Day: (Choose one) Sept 18 -or- Sept 25 -or- Oct 23 Location: Acorn Center, 1740 NW Division Street, Corvallis GED in Spanish Classes Time & Day: 9:30 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday Starting Date: Sept 25 Location: Acorn Center, 1740 NW Division Street, Corvallis For more information on Corvallis ABE/GED classes, call 541-917-4710. Para información en español, llame 541-917-4715. 0.500 21534 21535 23891

ABE/GED STUDENT ORIENTATION

MT MT MT MT MT MT T T T

0900a-1150a 0900a-1150a 0900a-1150a 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p 0930a-1220p 0930a-1220p 0930a-1220p

09/17 09/24 10/22 09/17 09/24 10/22 09/18 09/25 10/23

0

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

BC-242......... I..................FREE.......... DEMAREST,T BC-242................................................................... BC-242................................................................... BC-242......... I..................FREE.............ALMOND,C BC-242................................................................... BC-242................................................................... ACORN.......... I..................FREE..........MAYFIELD,M ACORN.................................................................... ACORN....................................................................

0800a-0450p 10/20 1

BC-107......... GJS.................................. SKARDA,S

HEALTH & FIRST AID HE110 20827

FIRST AID AND CPR

S

$27.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

HE112 20329

EMERGENCY FIRST AID

S

20325

CPR

S

OPT

1

OPT

1

OPT

0800a-0350p 09/29 1

BC-107......... GJS................................... BROWN,P

0800a-0350p 11/10 1

BC-107......... GJS.................................. SKARDA,S

$19.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

HE261

1

$19.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED


B22

BENTON CENTER

Course # Title CRN

PE231

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

LIFETIME HEALTH & FITNESS

3

OPT

20773

TBA MW

TBA 09/24 11 HYBRID......... HYBRIDS..............................GIBBS,R 0900a-0950a 09/24 11 BC-204...................................................................

20672

R

0600p-0850p 09/27 11 BC-204......... S.................................BASKERVILLE

21925

SU SU

0800a-0450p 10/13 1 0800a-0450p 10/27 1

$20.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $20.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $20.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.572

BC-107......... S.................................BASKERVILLE BC-107...................................................................

MEDICARE A, B, C & D

0.853

S R

1000a-1150a 10/27 1 0130p-0320p 11/15 1

BC-104............................FREE.............. MCEVOY,J BC-105............................FREE.................BLOCK,J

ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION EXERCISE FOR HEALTH

0

Gentle, joint-safe exercises developed specifically for people with arthritis or musculoskeletal conditions, fibromyalgia, COPD, and anyone who is sedentary with limited or impaired jointmobility. This program will help relieve stiffness, strengthen muscles, improve balance and decrease arthritis pain. Low-impact exercises can be done while sitting, standing or on the floor. Led by an Arthritis Foundation Certified instructor.

23911

MW

0330p-0420p 09/24 11 BC-107......... OS..............$70.50.........WHIPPLE,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.853

MOVING MOUNTAINS

0

Do you desire to finally make the changes needed to become more healthy and get fit? Find out how to make better lifestyle choices concerning diet, nutrition, fitness, and weight management. Join a supportive, like-minded group to help you get started and stay on track. Instructor has lost 150 pounds on her way to getting and staying healthy and wants to share the 'how-tos' with you!

24722

S

1000a-1150a 09/29 10 BC-205......... OS..............$69.00............. SLONE,C

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.853

JUMP START YOUR WEIGHT LOSS PLAN

0

Discover more about your weight loss personality, make sense of energy balance, and build your weight loss confidence. Gain knowledge of practical and individualized strategies for getting off to a good start. Class co-sponsored with Corvallis Clinic. Register by Wednesday, Sept 19 for class.

24723

W

0600p-0850p 09/26 1

CCWALB..........................FREE................. BELLA,D

HISTORY HST101 HISTORY OF WESTERN CIV 22639

R

3

A-F

0600p-0850p 09/27 11 BC-234......................................................SATAK,J

FLORAL DESIGN

1

OPT

Learn both basic and new trends in floral design with a special focus on Fall and the Holidays. Principles of design including use of color, balance, proportion and scale will be covered. Lab fee covers the cost of fresh flowers. Supplies to be provided by each student and a supply list will be available at the first class.

21474

T

0700p-0850p 10/16 8

$67.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.183

0.183

CHS-H3........ JS......................................SOMPPI,J

23336

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

SEWING: PURSUING PANTS THAT FIT!

W

0630p-0850p 09/26 8

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0

CHS-H2........ OS..............$69.00................NASH,L

Students wishing to enroll in math courses must demonstrate their eligibility by either completing the appropriate prerequisite course with a grade of “C” or higher or by achieving an appropriate score on the Computerized Placement Test (CPT). Student support for math courses is available at all of the LBCC campuses. These are open-study areas where students may work, use learning resources, and receive assistance with their math courses. Drop-In Math Help at the Benton Center: Corvallis Campus: The Benton Center Math Lab is located in Room BC-232. Hours are: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 12 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. See other sections in this schedule of classes for drop-in math help times at the other campuses. SELF-DIRECTED MATH COURSES LBCC offers MTH 020, MTH 060, MTH 065, MTH 095 and MTH 097 classes in a self-directed format. • Self-directed classes all have an online computer component and require testing at one of the LBCC campuses. • There are no class meetings; students contact their instructor via e-mail and/or phone. • It is strongly recommended that students consider whether they need a structured learning environment before they register in a self-directed course. • Classes in the self-directed format offer students a great deal of flexibility, but students should plan on spending more time than if they were in a lecture section. • Students should have internet access at home or be able to spend at least 8 to 12 hours per week in a computer lab working on this class. • Students registered in self-directed math courses must e-mail their instructor by Monday of the first week of the term, but no earlier than a week before classes start (see e-mail addresses below). Students must complete the online orientation by Wednesday of the first week of the term. Students who do not meet these deadlines may be disenrolled. Contact your instructor: Introduction to Algebra (MTH 060): MTH60@LinnBenton.edu Elementary Algebra (MTH 065): MTH65@LinnBenton.edu Intermediate Algebra (MTH 095): MTH95@LinnBenton.edu MTH020 BASIC MATHEMATICS: SELF-DIRECTED

4

A-F

MTH060 INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA

4

A-F

MTH065 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA

4

A-F

MTH065 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA: SELF-DIRECTED

4

A-F

MTH095 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

4

A-F

20718 21031 20287 23486 20291

HERBAL GIFT IDEAS WORKSHOP

Day(s)

Find out how easy it is to draft a pant pattern using your own measurements. Understand how to measure and make fitting changes in muslin, then create additional pattern pieces for style that include waist bands, pockets, and fly fronts. Some sewing experience required. Bring your own sewing machine. Supply list at first class.

20995

HOME & GARDEN 9.905

CRN

MATHEMATICS

0

Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance - SHIBA - is holding a Medicare class that will cover the basics of Medicare A, B, C and D. Beneficiaries will better understand their Medicare benefits and learn how to choose a supplemental insurance plan that best meets their individual needs. Updates affecting insurance coverage for the 2013 annual enrollment period starting October 15, 2012 will be presented. The class is taught by an unbiased SHIBA volunteer and sponsored by Linn-Benton RSVP. Call 541-812-0849 to enroll.

24277 24721

Course # Title

0

TBA MW TR MW TR

TBA

TBA

09/24 11 TBA............... SD................................ WESTFALL,B

1000a-1150a 09/24 11 BC-204......... P................................ CAMPBELL,M 0400p-0550p 09/25 11 BC-209......... P....................................... TRIMPE,L 0200p-0350p 09/24 11 BC-205......... P.............................................STAFF 1000a-1150a 09/25 11 BC-234......... P...................................... HAYNES,C TBA

09/24 11 TBA............... PSD......................................PRATT,B

Ever wanted to know how to create and share your own, natural herbal cosmetics? Then this class is for you. Lawrence's extensive experience making herbal products will easily guide you through the process of crafting your own, unique herbal creations. Design and take home a lotion, lip balm and salve - perfect as gifts - while you learn fun and useful information in a supportive environment. Consider giving this class as a gift! Register by Wednesday for Saturday class.

MTH095 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA: SELF-DIRECTED

4

A-F

MTH105 INTRO TO CONTEMPORARY MATH

4

A-F

$22.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

MTH111 COLLEGE ALGEBRA

5

A-F

24724

S

1100a-0350p 12/01 1

CHS-H3........ S................$29.00...............BIRCH,L

22469 23056 20292

24647 22706 21182 22470

F Field trip(s) planned G Meets one day only H Meets every other week HYB Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info. I Requires instructor’s written approval to register INTERNET Internet course

ITV J K O P S

TR TR

TBA

MW MW F MW F TR

0200p-0350p 09/25 11 BC-104......... P.................................... BUNNELL,E 0400p-0550p 09/25 11 BC-204......... P.................................... BUNNELL,E TBA

09/24 11 TBA............... PSD.................................FRANCIS,N

0400p-0550p 09/24 11 BC-244......... P.....................................HARBERT,S 1000a-1150a 1000a-1050a 0100p-0250p 0100p-0150p 0330p-0550p

Interactive television course Register prior to first class Register at offering center Open entry Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.)

09/24 09/28 09/24 09/28 09/25

11 11 11 11 11

BC-234......... P......................................... LEWIS,R BC-234................................................................... BC-234......... P................................ CAMPBELL,M BC-234................................................................... BC-234......... P.........................................CLARK,S

SD Self-directed course V Variable credit M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; S=Saturday; U=Sunday For class locations, see page B4 See this schedule online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule


BENTON CENTER

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

MTH112 TRIGONOMETRY

5

A-F

MTH241 CALCULUS FOR BIO/MGMNT/SOC SCI

4

A-F

MTH245 MATH FOR BIO,MGMT,SOC SCIENCE

4

A-F

22237 21340 22666

MW MW TR

0400p-0620p 09/24 11 BC-234......... P.............................................STAFF 0400p-0550p 09/24 11 BC-204......... P........................................ ROUSE,S 0900a-1050a 09/25 11 BC-225......... P................................ CAMPBELL,M

MO5.550 HUMAN RELATIONS IN HEALTH CARE

3

A-F

MO5.630 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY & BODY SYSTEMS I

3

A-F

24544

F

TBA

0100p-0350p 09/28 11 BC-244......................................................... VEE,G TBA

09/24 11 INTNET.......... INTNET....................... DECALESTA,D

MUSIC 0.158

GUITAR, BEGINNING

0

Group instruction for the beginning Guitarist. Class is designed to educate, inspire and challenge anyone who has ever had the desire to play the guitar. Through a hands-on approach (be sure to bring your guitar to class), you will be able to learn the skills and technique that can be applied to virtually any musical style.

23917

T

0700p-0850p 09/25 10 BC-209......... OS..............$69.00....SCRAMSTAD,A

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.158

UKULELE, BEGINNING

0

Want to play the Uke? Almost anyone can learn to play a ukulele and afford to buy one too! Take this four week class, explore your creative musical side, and be more fun to have at parties!

24770

T

0700p-0850p 09/25 4

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

TROUBA........ OS..............$39.00....... DEMAREST,T

PARENTING EDUCATION 9.946- LIVE & LEARN WITH CHILDREN

0

For Benton County parents through age 26, and their children up to age 3. Bring child to class. Provides opportunities for parents to discuss parenting topics, to meet other parents, and join in activities with their children. Class may also be taken for credit for an additional $33.00 transaction fee. Offered in partnership with the Parent Enhancement Program. For more information, please call 541-758-8292.

22316

W

1000a-1150a 09/26 10 BC-107......... O................FREE.................. KLEIN,A

9.947- LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR BABY

0

For parents of infants to beginning walkers. Bring child to class. Learn songs, games and share with other parents while learning to support your baby's amazing growth and development. Class may also be taken for credit. Please call 541-917-4899 for more information.

20333

T

0930a-1120a 09/25 10 BC-107......... OS..............$20.00.... OLSEN-BECER

20334

T

1230p-0220p 09/25 10 BC-107......... OS..............$20.00.... OLSEN-BECER

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

9.947- LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR WOBBLER

0

For parents of beginning walkers (approximately 9 mos - 15 mos.) Bring child to class. Participate with your baby in songs and games, meet other parents in the community and discuss the latest ideas about how to support your child's amazing development. Parents with babies this age may also take the Living & Learning with Your Baby class, or, if your baby is a competent walker, the Living & Learning with Your Toddler class. Please call 541-917-4899 for more information.

24032

R

1200p-0150p 09/27 10 BC-107......... O................$20.00..................STAFF

9.948- PARENTS & TODDLERS TOGETHER

0

Join other toddlers (walking to age 2) and their parents for stories, music and play. Includes time in the gym. Learn fun and easy ways to support your child's development, and discuss the challenges of parenting toddlers.

23840

R

0915a-1105a 09/27 10 BC-107......... OS..............$69.00..........JENSSEN,P

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

9.949- LIVE & LEARN WITH 2-YEAR-OLD

0

An active participation class for parents and their 2-year-olds. Developmentally appropriate activities for children, and sharing around parenting topics. Class may also be taken for credit. Please call 541-917-4899 for more information.

23841

R

0900a-1050a 09/27 10 BC-109......... OS..............$69.00... GOLDBERG-HA

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

CRN

9.951

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

LIVE AND LEARN WITH YOUR PRESCHOOLER

2

PNP

A preschool cooperative for parents and their 3, 4 and 5-year olds. Parents attend seminars and arrange times to work in the preschool lab. Lab meets M, W, F, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Parents have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of parenting, practice guidance and communication techniques, and plan and prepare activities that foster children's growth and development. Please call 541-917-4899 for more information. $10.00 lab fee. $4.00 yearly insurance fee, payable in class only.

20469

MEDICAL ASSISTANT 24640

Course # Title

B23

LAB M

LAB 09/24 10 BC-109......... HLMSOI............................HUNTER,J 0700p-0950p 09/24 5 BC-107...................................................................

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

9.952- NURTURING PARENTING

0

For families with children ages 2 to 11. Improve communication and build your relationship with your child. Increase your positive parenting skills. Clarify values and rules for your family. Learn how to boost your child's brain development. Explore different ways to handle things when you're really frustrated with your child. Free child care and dinner (at 5:30p) included. Please call 541-917-4899 to sign up for class and child care.

22984

R

0600p-0750p 10/04 10 LINCON......... OI...............FREE.....................STAFF

9.952- NURTURING PARENTING (SPNSH)

0

Crianza con Carino: in Spanish for families with children ages 2 to 11. Improve communication and build your relationship with your child. Increase your positive parenting skills. Clarify values and rules for your family. Learn how to boost your child's brain development. Explore different ways to handle things when you're really frustrated with your child. Free child care and dinner (at 5:30p) included. Please call 541-917-4899 to sign up for class and child care.

23574

R

0600p-0750p 10/04 10 LINCON......... OI...............FREE...... SANDOVAL MO

9.952- NURTURING PRNTING: A FAMILY LIFESTYLE

0

Join us for the first workshop in the Nurturing Parenting series for parents of children of all ages. Discuss how nurturing ourselves as parents helps us better nurture our children. Learn how to really listen to the thoughts and feelings of your children, use praise to promote cooperation, and teach children to be respectful and caring of others. Explore ways that good discipline comes out of a nurturing family lifestyle. Feel free to attend one, several, or all of the workshops in this ten session series, which will be offered once a month throughout the school year. Meets at the Presbyterian Preschool & Child Care Center at 114 SW 8th Street in Corvallis. Limited free child care spaces are available - be sure to sign up early if you want child care. Please call 541-917-4899 to sign up or for more information.

24790

R

0600p-0720p 09/27 1

TBA..................................FREE......... BANNISTER,L

9.952- NURTURING PRNTNG: AGES & STAGES

0

Join us for the second workshop in the Nurturing Parenting series for parents of children of all ages. This session is especially for parents of infants and toddlers. Know what to expect physically and emotionally as your child grows. This can help you understand why your child acts the way they do. It can also help you offer the right learning opportunities at the right time. And it can guide the family rules you make and help you figure out how to discipline your child in ways that will work the best at different ages. Feel free to attend one, several, or all of the workshops in this ten session series, which will be offered once a month throughout the school year. Meets at the Presbyterian Preschool & Child Care Center at 114 SW 8th Street in Corvallis. Limited free child care spaces are available - be sure to sign up early if you want child care. Please call 541-917-4899 to sign up or for more information.

24791

R

0600p-0720p 10/25 1

TBA..................................FREE......... BANNISTER,L

9.952- NURTURING PRNTING: BRAIN DEVELOPMENT

0

Join us for the third workshop in the Nurturing Parenting series for parents of children of all ages. This session is especially for parents of both younger children and teens. Learn about brain development in children and how a nurturing family environment helps positive brain development. Understand how changes in a teen's brain explain the increase in risky and impulsive behavior. Feel free to attend one, several, or all of the workshops in this ten session series, which will be offered once a month throughout the school year. Meets at the Presbyterian Preschool & Child Care Center at 114 SW 8th Street in Corvallis. Limited free child care spaces are available - be sure to sign up early if you want child care. Please call 541-917-4899 to sign up or for more information.

24792

R

0600p-0720p 11/15 1

TBA..................................FREE......... BANNISTER,L

9.952- NURTURING PRNTING: COMMUNIC W/RESPECT

0

Join us for the fourth workshop in the Nurturing Parenting series for parents of children of all ages. The key to healthy communication with children is to share your thought snd feelings in a way that supports them and helps them feel good about themselves. Learn how to set limits and offer choices in ways that teach your children respect and responsibility. Understand how respectful confrontation works better than criticism. Teach your children how to negotiate and compromise. Feel free to attend one, several, or all of the workshops in this ten session series, which will be offered once a month throughout the school year. Meets at the Presbyterian Preschool & Child Care Center at 114 SW 8th Street in Corvallis. Limited free child care spaces are available - be sure to sign up early if you want child care. Please call 541-9174899 to sign up or for more information.

24793

R

0600p-0720p 12/13 1

TBA..................................FREE......... BANNISTER,L


B24

BENTON CENTER

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

9.952- MAKE PARENTING A PLEASURE

0

Parents of pre-school and elementary-age children: do you want to stress less and have more fun as a parent? Learn how to take care of yourself during the stresses and demands of parenting and how to talk and interact with your kids better. You will learn techniques for disciplining your kids in a positive way. Offered in partnership with the Center Against Rape & Domestic Violence and the Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services for families working with these organizations, as well as open to the general public. Meets at CARDV Advocacy Center at Alexander Court on South 3rd Street. Free class, free dinner at 5:30 and free child care. Please call 541-917-4899 to sign up for class and child care.

24794

T

0600p-0750p 10/09 10 TBA..................................FREE..........SHIMEALL,M

9.954- CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT

0

A one-day a week class with an emphasis on creative activities for 2-1/2 to 5-year-olds and their parents. In two 2-hour evening sessions, parents focus on understanding and planning activities that optimize children's development. Please call 541-917-4899 for more information.

22317

T R R

0900a-1050a 09/25 10 BC-109......... OS..............FREE.............JENSSEN,P 0600p-0750p 09/27 1 BC........................................................................... 0600p-0750p 10/25 1 BC...........................................................................

$77.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

9.971- PARENT/CHILD FUN @ CORV FARMERS' MKT

23259

S

TBA

09/15 1

TBA..................................FREE.................GABLE,C

SIGN WITH YOUR BABY

0

Learn how to teach your infant (up to 16 months) to communicate with you via sign language. Come with or without your baby. Call 757-8944 for more information. No class November 12th Veteran's Day.

21623

M

1000a-1050a 09/24 8

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BC-107......... OS..............$39.00.............. WHITE,A

PERSONAL GROWTH HD206

COPING SKILLS FOR STRESS

2

PNP

Provides information about causes and cures of stress from the point of view of self-talk and the power of our minds to reduce the impact of stress. The class is support oriented and is conducted as part lecture and part group process. Preregistration required.

20312

F SU

0600p-0850p 11/16 1 0900a-0520p 11/17 1

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

HD208

BC-107......... JS................................BASKERVILLE BC-107...................................................................

CAREER LIFE PLANNING

3

OPT

Explores values, interests and skills helpful to individuals desiring directions or change in professional, personal and/or education goals. This class is grounded in theory and includes experiential exercises, career assessment and information resources.

20601

TBA

TBA

$15.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.421

09/24 11 INTNET.......... INTNETS................................ BAIN,L

CONSCIOUS DATING FOR MIDLIFE

R

0700p-0850p 09/27 8

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.577

BC-121......... OS..............$57.00........FEINSTEIN,S

IN THE ZONE

M

0530p-0620p 09/24 6

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

0.691

PHILOSOPHY TALK - HISTORY: THEN & NOW

0

Meet new people and share your thoughts in this discussion-based class. The topic, History: Then and Now will include conversation on how various ideas have changed over time, from education and religion to politics, and basic philosophies that are lived by today. Come, listen and share in a friendly, stimulating atmosphere of philosophical thought and ideas.

24726

S

1000a-1120a 09/29 8

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BC-121......... OS..............$45.00....... STERLING,M

PHOTOGRAPHY 0.156

YOUR DIGITAL SLR CAMERA

0

Find out ways to use your brand new or older digital SLR camera more effectively and creatively. Maximize your camera's features beyond full auto to get the effects you desire. Practice using the f-stop for depth of field, stopping the action of fast moving events and make it look like a pro took every picture. Includes a photo shoot to apply what you have learned and work with Adobe Photoshop Elements for simple photo editing and enhancement. Bring your Digital SLR camera and manual, fully charged battery, transfer cable and media card to class. W

0630p-0820p 09/26 10 BC-206......... S................$69.00.. SCHLEGELMAN

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.156

CLOSE UP/MACRO PHOTOGRAPHY

0

Are you intrigued by close-up photos of flowers, insects, textures, and other intricate subjects in the world around you? Discover how to master the art and science, techniques and tools, of close-up/macro photography. Find out how highly acclaimed photographers capture those breath-taking images and then create your own beautiful macro photographs. Register by Monday for Thursday class.

23920

R S R

0630p-0920p 09/27 1 0900a-1050a 10/06 1 0630p-0920p 10/11 1

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.156

BC-209......... S................$39.00.. SCHLEGELMAN FLD......................................................................... BC-209...................................................................

FALL FOLIAGE PHOTOGRAPHY

0

Practice taking great photos of autumn foliage right here in Corvallis! Everyone who enjoys outdoor photography is welcome, whether you use a point & shoot or a high-end DSLR. Includes an intro session on photo techniques, a Saturday morning photo ramble around the OSU campus, and a follow-up session for friendly critique of images. Emphasis will be on improving composition, focus and exposure. Bring camera to first class. Class meets October 10, 13 and 17. Register by Monday for Wednesday class.

23866

W S

0700p-0850p 10/10 2 0900a-1150a 10/13 1

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.156

BC-121......... S................$39.00................KAHN,J FLD.........................................................................

PHOTOBOOKS: PERFECT MEMORY GIFTS

0

Everybody loves photobooks! Great gifts and so easy to make. Discover the many different websites available and how to upload, edit and publish your own photobook in a soft or hard cover. Weddings, new babies, vacations, special parties...capture them in a book to keep or give as extra special gifts. Photo journalist, Rebecca Barnhart, will give you tips on choosing and editing your personal photos. Create a book in class and gain the knowledge you need to continue creating when you get home.

24786

W

0630p-0750p 10/31 3

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.156

BC-225......... S................$29.00....... BARNHART,R

BLOGGING-CREATE YOUR OWN BLOG

(See CRN 24768 for description in Computer Applications) W

0630p-0750p 09/26 5

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0

BC-225......... S................$39.00....... BARNHART,R

PHYSICAL ED/HUMAN PERFORMANCE PE185E BEGINNING BALLET 21120

MW

1

OPT

1

OPT

1

OPT

1

OPT

0330p-0450p 09/24 11 BC-130......... S............................... LAUKKANEN,K

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0

For recreational sportsmen/women, and others who would like to investigate how meditation techniques can build inner control and confidence. Practice a variety of effective techniques that will result in better focus during competitive sports, activities and games. Explore the relationship between breath, concentration, and relaxation and how negative thoughts derail performance. For more information call Carolyn at 971-218-6798.

24725

Day(s)

PHILOSOPHY

24771

0

Designed for midlife singles who are ready to explore the world of dating. Enter the process of self-discovery and gain readiness skills that make dating less intimidating, more fun and more rewarding. Discover how to make choices based on what will be fulfilling in the long run rather than choices based on looks, lifestyle or sexual chemistry.

24785

CRN

24727

0

Spend quality time with your child AND do your Farmers' Market shopping. Join us for 'Squishitivities' - an exciting adventure in play created especially for parents and young children using games, arts and crafts, music, and 'messy' play. These free activities will be at the Market from 9a to 1p on 9/15. Drop in any time during these hours and stay as long as you like. 'Squishitivities' provides a positive, pleasurable and developmentally appropriate parent/child experience that promotes your relationship and results in growth in creativity, individuality, cooperative play, problem solving, music and movement, and social skills. Cosponsored by the Parent Enhancement Program and LBCC Parenting Education, both members of the Linn-Benton Parenting Success Network.

0.665

Course # Title

PRESCH........ OS..............$39.00...SCHECHTMAN,

PE185E INTERMEDIATE BALLET 21121

MW

0330p-0450p 09/24 11 BC-130......... PS............................. LAUKKANEN,K

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

PE185G BODY CONDITIONING 24716

TR

0600a-0720a 09/25 11 BC-130......... S..................................... MORGAN,J

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

PE185H BODY TONING 20781

TR

1100a-1220p 09/25 11 BC-130......... S.................................. SAMUELS,M

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

F Field trip(s) planned G Meets one day only H Meets every other week HYB Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info. I Requires instructor’s written approval to register INTERNET Internet course

ITV J K O P S

Interactive television course Register prior to first class Register at offering center Open entry Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.)

SD Self-directed course V Variable credit M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; S=Saturday; U=Sunday For class locations, see page B4 See this schedule online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule


BENTON CENTER

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

PE185L YOGA 23895

Credits

Day(s)

MW

Time

Starts

0700p-0850p 09/24 9

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

PE185N PILATES 21843

MWF

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

1

OPT

1

OPT

BC-130......... S............................... LAUKKANEN,K

0130p-0220p 09/24 11 BC-130......... S................................... MENNETT,M

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850

ADAPTIVE MOVEMENT FITNESS

0

For individuals with developmental disabilities. Join in getting your heart rate up with aerobics, light weight training and movement to music.

22166

F

0400p-0450p 09/28 9

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850

BC-130......... OS..............$39.00...HARDENBURGE

GENTLE EXERCISE FOR BEGINNERS

0

(See CRN 23911 ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION EXERCISE FOR HEALTH description in Health)

23867

MW

0330p-0420p 09/24 11 BC-107......... OS..............$70.50.........WHIPPLE,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850

ZUMBA®

0

Zumba® is a dynamic, exciting and effective fitness program featuring easy to follow, lowimpact aerobic/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms. Latin and international dance music creates fun and even party-like classes. Achieve long term goals and benefits of improved agility, flexibility, cardio and muscular strength. Join the fun and feel the beat!

24287

MWF

0600p-0650p 09/10 13 BC-130......... OS..............$94.50.... HALVORSON,R

24286

MWF

0600p-0650p 09/24 11 BC-130......... OS..............$85.50.... HALVORSON,R

24288

TR

0300p-0350p 09/25 11 BC-130......... OS..............$70.50.........JOHNSON,T

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850

ZUMBA® TONING 0 Combine body-sculpting techniques and specific ZUMBA® moves into one calorie-burning, muscle-toning class. Use light hand weights to build strength and tone all target zones.

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

B25

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

0.850F CARDIO/STRENGTH CROSS-TRAINING

0

Enjoy a variety of exercises that emphasize cardio and strength. Basic kickboxing moves, core exercises, weight bearing and resistance training will tone muscles and improve your cardiovascular stamina, coordination, balance and flexibility. All fitness levels welcome - bring a friend.

22726

MWF

0830a-0920a 09/24 11 AMARTS....... OS..............$85.50.....HARTNEY-STR

22727

MW

0830a-0920a 09/24 11 AMARTS....... OS..............$70.50.....HARTNEY-STR

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850F CREATE YOUR FITNESS SCHEDULE

0

Create your own two or three-hour a week fitness program using any combination of noncredit Physical Education classes. Some classes do not apply; others may require instructor approval. Must register at Benton Center.

21629

TBA

TBA

09/24 11 TBA............... OKS............$72.00...............WHITE,J

21630

TBA

TBA

09/24 11 TBA............... OKS............$88.50...............WHITE,J

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850F WEIGHT TRAINING FOR SENIORS

0

Using state-of-the-art equipment under close personal supervision, individuals will gain strength and flexibility with a carefully structured weight resistance program in a noncompetitive environment.

21627

MWF

1100a-1150a 09/24 11 DOWN........... OS..............$85.50..........HANSEN,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850O BETTER BONES AND BALANCE®

0

Reap the benefits OSU Bone Research Lab studies have shown. This exercise program has been shown to slow the rate of bone loss in adults of all ages. Improve your balance and coordination, reduce your risk for falls, and see an increase in muscle tone and overall body fitness.

23345

MWF

0700a-0750a 09/10 13 BC-130......... OS..............$94.50........... MORRIS,R

21636

MWF

0700a-0750a 09/24 11 BC-130......... OS..............$85.50........... MORRIS,R

22354

MWF

0700a-0750a 09/24 11 CORVSR........ OS..............$85.50.. HOURMANESH-

Rise early to train with Downing's own Max Hansen. Gain muscular strength, endurance and cardiovascular stamina efficiently. Classes will include bursts of high intensity exercises and movement with breaks in between. Four options provided for each exercise, from light to vigorous, so no matter what your level of fitness, you will be encouraged in a supportive group atmosphere to reach your goal!

21637

MWF

0800a-0850a 09/24 11 BC-130......... OS..............$85.50........... MORRIS,R

23853

MWF

0800a-0850a 09/10 13 CORVSR........ OS..............$94.50....... SAMUELS,M

21864

MWF

0800a-0850a 09/24 11 CORVSR........ OS..............$85.50....... SAMUELS,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

23347

MWF

1000a-1050a 09/10 13 BC-130......... OS..............$94.50........KLINKNER,O

21638

MWF

1000a-1050a 09/24 11 BC-130......... OS..............$85.50........KLINKNER,O

23351

MWF

1100a-1150a 09/10 13 BC-130......... OS..............$94.50........... POZZESI,L

21639

MWF

1100a-1150a 09/24 11 BC-130......... OS..............$85.50........... POZZESI,L

21635

TRS

0800a-0850a 09/25 11 CORVSR........ OS..............$84.00........KLINKNER,O

24728

TR

0500p-0550p 09/25 11 BC-130......... OS..............$70.50.........JOHNSON,T

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850

24729

0.850

INTERVAL CROSS TRAINING

TR

0

0730a-0820a 09/25 11 DOWN........... OS..............$70.50..........HANSEN,M

INTRODUCTION TO POWER & OLYMPIC LIFTING

0

If you are interested in strength training with proper technique and form for competitive lifting, this course is for you. Professional instruction will be provided in the bench press, squat, dead lift, snatch, and the clean and jerk. Proper use of lifting gear and safety stressed. Instructed by professionals with over 30 years experience and numerous state and world records.

24731

TR

0530p-0620p 09/25 11 DOWN........... OS..............$70.50................ RILEY,J

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850E STRENGTH AND TONE

0

A workout program designed to tone and strengthen muscles. Benches, bands and weights will be utilized for added resistance.

23342

MWF

0500p-0550p 09/10 13 BC-130......... OS..............$94.50.......MCNAMAR,T

21626

MWF

0500p-0550p 09/24 11 BC-130......... OIS.............$85.50.......MCNAMAR,T

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850E FITNESS BOOT CAMP

MWF

0

0600a-0650a 09/24 11 BC-130......... OS..............$85.50..............LESLIE,P

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850E BODY CONDITIONING

0

Focus on improving your overall fitness as you challenge yourself to achieve the changes you desire in a fun and motivating environment. Classes will include a variety of exercises that aim to increase strength, endurance and flexibility, with an emphasis on proper form.

24736

TR

0600a-0720a 09/25 11 BC-130......... S................$85.50.......... MORGAN,J

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

24782

TR

0830a-0920a 09/25 11 BC-130......... OS..............$70.50........... POZZESI,L

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850E BODY TONING

0

A workout program designed to tone and strengthen all major muscle groups of the body. Benches, bands, weights, will be utilized to add resistance. Provides instruction to develop total body tone, including strengthening and firming of stomach, legs, hips thighs, arms and upper body.

21625

TR

1100a-1220p 09/25 11 BC-130......... OS..............$85.50....... SAMUELS,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850O CARDIO STRENGTH AND BALANCE

0

If you want a great cardio and toning workout plus get a jump start on preventing the risk of osteoporosis, this is the class for you! The research-based Better Bones & Balance® exercises will be bolstered by an exuberant combination of step and floor aerobics for overall fitness.

22352

MWF

0900a-0950a 09/24 11 BC-130......... OS..............$85.50........... POZZESI,L

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

Start your day off right with a challenging workout suited to your personal fitness level. Designed to improve overall fitness with a focus on strength, cardio endurance and agility, packaged in a fun and friendly environment.

23238

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850S AEROBICS/TONING FOR SENIORS

0

An exercise program designed to condition the cardiovascular system, tone and strengthen muscles, and increase flexibility. Work at your own pace. Set to background music.

21641

TR

0900a-1020a 09/25 11 CORVSR........ OS..............$85.50....... SAMUELS,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850S DANCE EXERCISE FOR SENIORS

0

Light exercises and simple dance movements for seniors. All are welcome regardless of movement ability.

23924

MWF

0900a-0950a 09/10 13 CORVSR........ OS..............$94.50....... SAMUELS,M

21642

MWF

0900a-0950a 09/24 11 CORVSR........ OS..............$85.50....... SAMUELS,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850S MODIFIED EXERCISE WITH CHAIRS

0

Modified exercise for older adults: chair exercises, walking, limited dance movement and stretching. Open to all seniors and everyone in the community.

21643

TR

0900a-0950a 09/25 11 MEADOW...... OS..............$70.50..................KEIL,K

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED


B26

BENTON CENTER

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

0.850U KI-AIKIDO, BEGINNING

0

Teaching students to lead their opponents, moving together without colliding or fighting, the principles and practice of Ki-Aikido apply directly to dealing productively with people in daily life. Taught in a traditional dojo setting, this non-competitive martial art emphasizes safety and healthy exercise. Offered in partnership with the Oregon Ki Society.

24734

T

0700p-0850p 10/02 6

$29.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

OREKI............ OS..............FREE................ PFUND,F

0.850U TRADITIONAL JAPANESE KARATE

0

A beginner friendly program presenting this ancient art in a contemporary perspective. Based on the world renowned Shotokan style, this multi-faceted training system can be practiced for many reasons, including self-defense, fitness, movement as artistic expression or even as a social expression. No special equipment necessary.

24783

MW

0.850U TAI CHI GENTLE EXERCISE PROGRAM

Day(s)

0230p-0320p 09/24 11 BC-130......... OS..............$70.50.........WHIPPLE,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850U TAI CHI CHUAN

22355

TR

0400p-0450p 09/25 11 BC-130......... OS..............$70.50.............. KNOX,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850Y PILATES CORE CONCEPTS 21648

TR

0730a-0820a 09/25 11 BC-130......... OS..............$70.50.......ANDRESEN,K

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

GS104 23063

PHYSICAL SCI: PRIN OF PHYSICS

TR

1200p-0120p 09/28 9

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0

PHY SCI: PRIN OF EARTH SCIENCE

A-F

MW

1000a-1220p 09/24 11 BC-207......... S.......................................ALFSEN,S

22614

MW

0100p-0320p 09/24 11 BC-207......... S.......................................ALFSEN,S

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

4

A-F

PSY201 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

3

A-F

PSY215 INTRO DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

3

A-F

5

OPT

RELIGIONS OF WESTERN WORLD

3

A-F

RELIGIONS OF EASTERN WORLD

3

A-F

3

A-F

VOCABULARY BASICS

1

PNP

VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT I

1

PNP

VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT II

1

PNP

VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT III

1

PNP

VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT IV

1

PNP

VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT V

1

PNP

23730

OCEANOGRAPHY

MW F

0830a-0950a 09/24 11 BC-207......... PS...................................... OTHUS,S 0800a-0950a 09/28 11 BC...........................................................................

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

21426 21427

T

R

0600p-0850p 09/25 11 BC-234......................................................... VEE,G 0600p-0850p 09/27 11 BC-244......................................................... VEE,G

READING

0

22729

TR

0600p-0720p 09/13 13 BC-130......... OS..............$93.00.... LAUKKANEN,K

22728

TR

0600p-0720p 09/25 11 BC-130......... OS..............$85.50.... LAUKKANEN,K

22731

S

0830a-0950a 09/29 9

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BC-130......... OS..............$48.00.... LAUKKANEN,K

0.850Y HATHA YOGA

0

Increase strength and flexibility while learning tools to calm your mind and soothe your spirit. Learn yoga poses that develop balance, proper breathing, and relaxation techniques. Have fun and relax while also getting a good workout and reducing stress. Please bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable workout clothes.

RD090 22272 24137

COLLEGE SUCCESS & READING STRATEGIES

MTWRF MTWRF

0900a-0950a 09/24 11 BC-246......... P.......................................MARTIN,B 1000a-1050a 09/24 11 BC-246......... P.......................................MARTIN,B

RELIGION R102

21481

R103

24503

M W

0600p-0850p 09/24 11 BC-204................................................... GOMAN,J 0600p-0850p 09/26 11 BC-204................................................... GOMAN,J

SOCIOLOGY SOC204 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 21844

WF

0230p-0350p 09/26 11 BC-204...................................................GRIFFIN,R

22784

MW

0745a-0835a 09/24 11 FIRCON......... OS..............$70.50........... HERLIHY,L

STUDY SKILLS

21865

MW

1200p-1250p 09/24 11 BC-130......... OS..............$70.50........... HERLIHY,L

SS070

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850Y PILATES

0130p-0220p 09/24 11 BC-130......... OS..............$85.50........ MENNETT,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

23562

SS071

0

Influenced by movement and concepts of Joseph Pilates. Participants can expect to tone and strengthen the core muscles, increase flexibility, improve posture and balance. Each workout is adaptable to the student's own level and will include strengthening, stretching, breathing and relaxing. MWF

4

22613

BC-130......... OS..............$48.00........... HERLIHY,L

Vinyasa Flow Yoga is based on flowing, dynamic sequences of movements which are synchronized with the breath and also includes static postures, balances and stretches. Increase strength, flexibility and endurance while improving circulation, balance and alignment/posture. Relax your mind, body and soul. All levels welcome. Bring yoga mat. Blanket and water bottle optional.

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

A-F

BC-130......... OS..............$63.00.......LEIBOWITZ,S

0.850Y POWER YOGA (VINYASA)

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

4

1000a-1220p 09/25 11 BC-207......... PS.....................................ROCHA,M

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

GS106

PSYCHOLOGY

1000a-1150a 09/29 9

This slower paced yoga class covers the basics: aligning posture, improving flexibility, building strength, developing breath, relaxation and a calm, focused mind. Students will learn beginning level poses and ways to adapt them to meet physical limitations. May be taken as an on-going class. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat and 2 firm blankets to class.

21863

0

A Pilates beginning level class that describes and executes basic concepts of Pilates movement, concentration and control for stronger backs, abdominals and improved fitness.

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

F

0

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0

0.850Y GENTLE YOGA

21645

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

This Pilates class teaches the classical approach to the mat work as taught by Joseph Pilates. The classical approach strengthens the body core, increases flexibility, stability, stamina, mental clarity and overall sense of well-being. Class requires previous knowledge of Pilates and good physical condition.

GS108

S

Starts

0.850Y CLASSICAL PILATES

A form of movement, meditation and martial art that originated in China. It teaches mind/ body harmony and how to cultivate internal energy, chi. It accomplishes relaxation, provides relief from stress, promotes general health and, at higher levels of achievement, is an effective martial art. Co-taught by Diane Leban and Scott Leibowitz.

21644

Credits Time

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

0

This Sun style Tai Chi program is safe and beneficial for those with chronic conditions or limited mobility and can reduce pain, stiffness and fatigue. Discover improved physical function, muscle strength, flexibility/mobility, and balance. Gentle class, ideal for any age and capability. No prior knowledge of Tai Chi is required. Led by Arthritis Foundation Certified Instructor. MW

CRN

0600p-0720p 09/24 10 CKS............... S................$81.00............... HAND,R

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

24343

Course # Title

23563

SS072 23564

SS073 23565

SS074 23566

SS075 23567

F Field trip(s) planned G Meets one day only H Meets every other week HYB Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info. I Requires instructor’s written approval to register INTERNET Internet course

ITV J K O P S

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Interactive television course Register prior to first class Register at offering center Open entry Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.)

09/24 11 BC-232......... POI...................................... EARLS,A 09/24 11 BC-232......... POI...................................... EARLS,A 09/24 11 BC-232......... POI...................................... EARLS,A 09/24 11 BC-232......... POI...................................... EARLS,A 09/24 11 BC-232......... POI...................................... EARLS,A 09/24 11 BC-232......... POI...................................... EARLS,A

SD Self-directed course V Variable credit M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; S=Saturday; U=Sunday For class locations, see page B4 See this schedule online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule


BENTON CENTER

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

THEATER 0.310

ACTING FOR COMMERCIALS

0

Have you watched television commercials or listened to radio spots and said, "I could do that"? If so, then take the next step to work with professional actor Rod Davidson and learn how to use your natural gifts and instincts to sell yourself and sell the product. Discover, practice and refine the professional skills and techniques needed for auditioning and landing the job. You never know - this could be your big break!

23340

W

0700p-0850p 09/26 8

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

PRESCH........ S................$57.00....... DAVIDSON,R

0

C

Registration packets are available online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/driver-education and all centers one week prior to registration. This ODOT approved program includes mandated 30 hours classroom instruction, 3-hour parent/student orientation at first meeting, plus 12 hours on the road (6 hrs behind-the-wheel + 6 hrs driver observation). Required at registration: completed packet, fee, original and one photocopy of your driver permit. Class must be dropped 24 hours prior to start date for refund. Call 541 917-4840 with questions.

24333

M R

0530p-0820p 09/10 1 CHS-H2........ PJSK..........FREE........LUDINGTON,G 0530p-0820p 09/13 10 CHS-H2..................................................................

22359

T

0600p-0850p 09/11 11 CHS-H2........ PJSK..........FREE..................DELAY,R

$259.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $259.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.902

DRIVER ED 18 & OVER

0

Registration packets available on-line at http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/driver-education and at all centers. Class must be dropped 24 hours prior to start date for refund. Call 541-917-4840 with questions.

24335

M R

0530p-0820p 09/10 1 CHS-H2........ PJSK..........FREE........LUDINGTON,G 0530p-0820p 09/13 10 CHS-H2..................................................................

22791

T

0600p-0850p 09/11 11 CHS-H2........ PJKS..........FREE..................DELAY,R

$429.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $429.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.902B AARP DRIVER SAFETY PROGRAM

0

A classroom program designed to help develop and reinforce safe driving skills and techniques. Satisfactory completion may also qualify you for reduced auto insurance premiums (check with your insurance carrier). A $12 fee for AARP members or a $14 fee for non-members is collected at the first class. Register at the Corvallis Senior Center located at 201 NW Tyler Street, 541-766-6959.

23942 21854 21856 22838

MT MT MT MT

0830a-1120a 0830a-1120a 0830a-1120a 0830a-1120a

09/10 10/01 11/05 12/03

1 1 1 1

CRN

CORVSR........ S................FREE...................HUNT,G CORVSR........ S................FREE...................HUNT,G CORVSR........ S................FREE.............. ROONEY,G CORVSR........ S................FREE....... SCHORDORF,T

WRITING WR95, WR115 and WR 121 Courses Eligibility to enroll in WR 95, WR 115, and WR 121 courses is based on demonstrated skill level through completing the appropriate prerequisite with a “C” grade or higher or by achieving an appropriate test score on the Computerized Placement Test (CPT). WR 115, WR 121 and WR 122 Labs These labs are designed for mature students with schedules that prohibit them from attending a traditional class. Labs consist of independent study materials to supplement the text. All lab students are required to attend an orientation session. After the orientation, students meet with the instructor individually once per week. These sessions are held with the instructor at the center where you are registered. Materials are available at each campus. Please purchase materials at the center you are attending. Benton Center Lab Hours (Daytime BC 242, Evening BC 242) WR 115 (CRN 20562), WR 121 (CRN 20563), WR122 (CRN 20657), WR 123 (CRN 20992) Lab students are required to attend an orientation session. Orientation times for WR115, WR 121, WR122 and WR123 are Tuesday, Sept. 25.........................noon –1:30 p.m.................................. BC 105 Tuesday, Sept. 25......................... 4 – 5:30 p.m....................................... BC 104 Thursday, Sept. 27....................... noon – 1:30 p.m................................ BC 105 Thursday, Sept. 27....................... 4 – 5:30 p.m....................................... BC 104 Lab Hours for Wylie Tuesday/Thursday....................... noon - 2 p.m...................................... BC 242 Tuesday/Thursday.......................4 – 6 p.m............................................. BC 242

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

WR090 THE WRITE COURSE

4

A-F

WR095 COLLEGE WRITING FUNDAMENTALS

4

A-F

WR115 INTRO TO COLLEGE WRITING

3

A-F

WR115 INTRO TO COLLEGE WRITING: LAB

3

A-F

WR121 ENGLISH COMPOSITION

3

A-F

WR121 ENGLISH COMPOSITION: LAB

3

A-F

WR122 ENGLISH COMPOSITION: ARGUMENTATION

3

A-F

WR122 ENG COMPOSITION: ARGUMENT/STYLE LAB

3

A-F

WR123 ENG COMPOSITION: RESEARCH LAB

3

A-F

WR227 TECHNICAL WRITING

3

A-F

WR242 CREATIVE WRITING: POETRY

3

OPT

0.152

0

21466 22275 21851 21428 20562

VEHICLE SAFETY & OPERATION 0.440C DRIVER ED WITH PERMIT

Course # Title

B27

21845 22293 20326 20563 21183

20657

20992 22642 21444

M TR T R

MW T

LAB MW W R

LAB R

LAB

LAB M T

0400p-0550p 09/24 11 BC-236......... P........................................AGNEW,V 0400p-0450p 09/25 11 BC-236................................................................... 0100p-0250p 09/25 11 BC-205......... P................................. ANDERSON,L 0100p-0250p 09/27 11 BC-206................................................................... 0100p-0220p 09/24 11 BC-104......... P................................. OSULLIVAN,E 0600p-0850p 09/25 11 BC-104......... P......................................... MISITI,P LAB

09/24 11 BC-242......... PO........................................WYLIE,L

0230p-0350p 09/24 11 BC-104......... P................................. OSULLIVAN,E 0600p-0850p 09/26 11 BC-244......... P..........................................BUYS,W 0300p-0550p 09/27 11 BC-105......... P.............................................STAFF LAB

09/24 11 BC-242......... PO........................................WYLIE,L

0600p-0850p 09/27 11 BC-104......... P.......................................... RUCH,A LAB

LAB

09/24 11 BC-242......... PO........................................WYLIE,L

09/24 11 BC-242......... PO........................................WYLIE,L

0400p-0650p 09/24 11 BC-206......... P......................................... DALEY,N 0600p-0850p 09/25 11 BC-244...................................................... RUCH,A

WRITE YOUR LIFE STORY

Your own life stories and those of your family members are treasures that need to be preserved as carefully as photos. Recall and recount family history in your narrative style with enhancement of detail, description and dialogue. Tips on publishing will enable you to submit articles or stories to magazines as fact or fiction.

21651

T

0130p-0320p 09/25 10 PEACE........... OS..............$69.00.............. SMITH,L

21652

F

0100p-0250p 09/28 9

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.793

CORVSR........ OS..............$63.00...... MCCAULEY,B

THE WRITERS' WORKROOM

0

For all skill levels. Whether for publication or family, improve your writing in a supportive critique group guided by the instructor. Find out about writers' events, contests and publishing opportunities. Several stories critiqued in this class have gone on to awards and publication. Instructors' own award-winning stories are published in numerous literary journals and anthologies. Her book-length manuscript, Seoul Survivor, is with her agent. BEFORE START OF TERM, CONTACT INSTRUCTOR FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT FIRST CLASS MEETING. cclill@comcast.net.

21650

T

0600p-0920p 09/25 9

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.793

BC-121......... OS..............$85.50........... AHRENS,L

READING & WRITING POETRY IN GOOD COMPANY

0

Join poet and essayist, Ann Staley, for an autumn's harvesting of words - the ones you think of before sleep, or dream about, the words you wish you'd said to the departed, the ones you intend to say at the breakfast table in the morning. This class is for everyone who enjoys reading poetry and has ever thought about poetry writing. Ann is the Poetry Editor for BookTrope, Seattle WA and her first collection of poetry, Primary Sources, was published in August 2011.

22785

R

0100p-0250p 09/27 10 BC-106......... OS..............$69.00.............STALEY,A

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

RURAL BENTON COUNTY CLASSES Please see page B4 for class location key. KINGS VALLEY 9.952- WHAT MAKES YR MIDDLE SCHLR/TEEN TICK

0

This four week class is for parents of middle school or teenage children and will help parents learn ways to help their kids: weather the social turmoil of the middle/high school years; develop responsibility; stay engaged in school; and do it without power struggles. Offered in partnership with Strengthening Rural Families. Cost is $25.00, payable in class only to SRF; grants available. Child care and dinner (at 5:30p) are included. Please call 541-929-2535 to sign up or for more information.

22917

M

0600p-0750p 11/05 4

KNGVLY...........................FREE.................... RIES,P


B28

BENTON CENTER

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

541-757-8944 • bcinfo@linnbenton.edu Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

PHILOMATH 9.948

9.951

T

1

PNP

0910a-1100a 09/25 10 CLEMEN....... OI...............FREE............. BENNETT,S

LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR PRESCHOOLER

2

PNP

A preschool cooperative for parents and their 3, 4 and 5-year olds. Parents attend seminars and arrange times to work in the preschool lab. Lab meets M W F, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Parents have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of parenting, practice guidance and communication techniques, and plan and prepare activities that foster children's growth and development. Call 541-917-4899 for more information. $10.00 lab fee. $4.00 yearly insurance fee, payable in class only.

20337

M LAB

CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

TBA LAB

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

09/24 5 CLEMEN....... HLMSOI..............................CLARK,A 09/24 10 CLEMEN.................................................................

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

9.952- WHAT MAKES YR MIDDLE SCHOOLER TICK?

LIVE AND LEARN WITH YOUR TODDLER

This 10-week class is for parents and their toddlers, and provides information, activities, songs and games focused on supporting children's development. Offered through the Rural Parenting Initiative/Strengthening Rural Families. Residents of Philomath School District pay a $50 lab fee; parents outside of this school district pay a $74 lab fee; all lab fees are payable to RPI in class only. To register, please call the RPI/SRF office at 541-929-2535.

21328

Course # Title

0

This six week class is for parents of middle school age children and will help parents learn ways to help their kids: weather the social turmoil of the middle school years; develop responsibility; stay engaged in school; and do it without power struggles. Offered in partnership with Strengthening Rural Families. Cost is $25.00, payable in class only to SRF; grants available. Child care and dinner (at 5:30p) are included. Please call 541-929-2535 to sign up or for more information.

22765

W

0600p-0750p 10/03 6

PHILMS........ OI...............FREE.................... RIES,P

SOUTH BENTON COUNTY 9.948- LIVE/LEARN WITH YOUR TODDLER

0

This 10-week class is for parents and their toddlers, and provides information, activities, songs and games focused on supporting children's development. Class runs through 12/6, with no class on 11/22. Offered through the Rural Parenting Initiative/Strengthening Rural Families. $25.00 lab fee, payable to RPI in class only. Residents of Monroe School District require payment of a $50.00 lab fee; residents outside of this district require a payment of a $74.00 lab fee. Lab fees are payable in class only, to Strengthening Rural Families. Grants are available. To register, or inquire about grants please call the RPI/SRF office at 541-929-2535.

23889

R

0930a-1120a 09/27 10 ALPINE.......... OI............................................STAFF

Oh The Things You Will Find!

Welcome Day 2012!

Wednesday, Sept. 19, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. LBCC Campus, 6500 Pacific Blvd. SW, Albany Campuswide Scavenger Hunt with Drawing for Free Tuition Certificates! Door Prizes and Free Swag! Free Samples from our Wood-Fired Pizza Oven! Student Club Information! Department Tours and Information Tables!

Fashion Show! Meet Your Student Leadership Council! Mini-Golf, Other Games and Activities! Free Choir Performances! Enter to Win a 60-Second Bookstore Shopping Spree! And so much more!

Watch www.linnbenton.edu/go/welcome-day for more details! F Field trip(s) planned G Meets one day only H Meets every other week HYB Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info. I Requires instructor’s written approval to register INTERNET Internet course

ITV J K O P S

Interactive television course Register prior to first class Register at offering center Open entry Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.)

SD Self-directed course V Variable credit M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; S=Saturday; U=Sunday For class locations, see page B4 See this schedule online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule


LEBANON CENTER

541-259-5801 • lebanon@linnbenton.edu Course # Title

Lebanon Center CRN

Day(s)

Time

Starts

Credits

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

B29 Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

Also serving the Lacomb/Scio/Crabtree communities 44 Industrial Way, Lebanon OR 97355 • 541-259-5801 Fax: 541-259-5853 • www.linnbenton.edu/go/lebanon-center For general information: lebanon@linnbenton.edu

Gary Price, Regional Director for Linn County gary.price@linnbenton.edu Mary Sue Reynolds, Center Coordinator, Lebanon & Sweet Home Centers marysue.reynolds@linnbenton.edu

Registration/Bookstore Services include registration, tuition and fee payment, and general student information. Open registration for all credit and non-credit classes begin via the web on Saturday, September 1, at 7 a.m., or in person on Tuesday, September 4, at 8:30 a.m. See the middle section of this schedule for information about Web registration. The Lebanon Center Bookstore carries textbooks for classes held at the Lebanon Center only. Purchase books online starting September 1 at 9 a.m. and in-store September 12 at 8:30 a.m. Normal hours of operation: Monday – Thursday . ................................8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Friday . ................................................................................Closed LEARNER SERVICES AVAILABLE AT THE LEBANON CENTER Academic Advising/Counseling Call or email for an appointment Admissions, Financial Aid and Registration Information Call or drop in during our open office hours Bookstore Book sales available for Lebanon Center classes Career & Employment Specialist Call or email for an appointment Classes: College Transfer & Community Education

See the following pages or go to www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule

Open Computer Labs Call or email for available times. Lebanon Learning Center – Call or Email for open hours • Math Help Desk • Tutoring Appointments • Math Testing • Learner resources • Reading/Writing/Study Skills help Linn Shuttle Stop & Schedules Linn Shuttle provides free bus service for LBCC students. For a schedule, call 541-367-4775 WiFi Available for Students

Scheduled Campus Closure Days: All LBCC locations will be closed Sept. 3 & 11, Nov. 12, 22 & 23 and December 24 through January 1.

Fall Term begins on September 24, 2012 For locations of all classes, see page B4.


LEBANON CENTER

B30

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

541-259-5801 • lebanon@linnbenton.edu Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

ART

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

0.132PW WATERCOLOR FOUNDATIONS 0 Explore the wonderful and vibrant world of watercolor from the ground up. The focus of this class is to provide you with a thorough understanding of materials, techniques, and tricks to prepare you to paint successfully to your hearts content. Its focus on fundamentals is excellent for beginners and seasoned artists alike. Materials will be discussed at the first class.

0.701 COMPUTERS - FIRST STEP 0 A perfect class for those who have never touched a computer before and want handson, step-by-step instruction. Designed to go at an easy pace. Includes identifying the various parts of the computer, how to turn it on and off and use the mouse and keyboard. Also introduces working with Windows 7 and a brief introduction to email and the Internet. Important to attend first class.

22321

W

0530p-0750p 09/24 8

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

LC-205.......... OS..............$69.00..............CHASE,L

BIOLOGY BI101 21138

GENERAL BIOLOGY

TR

4

A-F

0530p-0750p 09/25 11 LC-205.......... S.........................................JONES,D

$7.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

24207

T

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS

4

A-F

3

A-F

0600p-0950p 09/25 11 LC-222.......... P...............................MORTENSEN,S

COMMUNICATION COMM111 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH 23065

M

0600p-0850p 09/24 11 LC-205...................................................DEVRIES,R

W

0600p-0850p 09/26 4

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

LC-220B....... OS..............$45.00............HARVEY,B

0.701 COMPUTERS - SECOND STEP 0 Build on skills learned in Computers - First Step, including more features of Windows 7, the internet and email. Learn how to copy information between programs, organize files, create folders, and change the desktop appearance. Also includes easy computer maintenance tips and a brief introduction to word processing and spreadsheets. Prerequisite: Computers - First Step or equivalent computer experience. 21661

BUS MANAGEMENT & SUPERVISION BA101

21660

W

0600p-0850p 10/24 4

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

LC-220B....... OS..............$45.00............HARVEY,B

0.701 CREATIVE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY 0 Expand your knowledge of digital photography and understand how to use lighting, composition and creativity to take and publish professional looking photographs. Bring your camera with fully charged batteries to class. Basic computer skills and Intro to Digital Photography recommended. 21881

R

0600p-0850p 09/27 5

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

LC-220B....... OS..............$54.00............HARVEY,B

Welcome Back Students! SeptemBer 24 & 25 have been designated Lebanon Center’s offiCiaL WeLCome days!

New Classes!

Stop by the Lebanon Learning Center in LC202 to have a snack, talk to faculty and staff, enter to win a prize, and pick up some free school supplies (while supplies last). In the Lebanon Learning Center, students can spread out their books and papers on big tables, study with others or just sit alone and review class notes. Computers are available for career search or class assignments. Instructional Assistants will be available most days and into the evenings to assist students with reading, writing, math and study skills. A copy machine, computers, calculators, other resource materials, a hole puncher, and staplers are available for student use.

F G H HYB

Field trip(s) planned Meets one day only Meets every other week Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info.

I

Requires instructor’s written approval to register INTERNET Internet course ITV Interactive television course J Register prior to first class

BoomerS in TranSiTion explore the tools you already possess to help you transition through difficult times. Hip Hop HuSTLe! Get your move on in this fun and energetic dance fitness class. ToTaL Body CondiTioninG new class, new instructor and new time! Come check out this exercise class and see how you will benefit! Held at the Lebanon Senior Center, the class is open to the general public. K O P S

WinTer VeGeTaBLe GardeninG Grow and harvest hardy vegetables this winter without additional heat sources! ZumBa® ToninG This fun poplar dance fitness class adds strength training to give you more of a great workout. Held at the Wow! Fitness Center in Lebanon, the general public is welcome to attend as well as Wow! members. Tai CHi This graceful exercise system is back at the Lebanon Senior Center and aides in improving an overall sense of well being and balance.

Register at offering center SD Self-directed course Open entry V Variable credit Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. M=Monday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; Information on these classes and more can beT=Tuesday; found on the following pagesF=Friday; or Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or S=Saturday; U=Sunday visit our website at www.linnbenton.edu and click on “schedule of classes” in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.) For class locations, see page B4


LEBANON CENTER

541-259-5801 • lebanon@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

0.701 GET MORE OUT OF YOUR IPAD 0 Explore the amazing power and fun features of your new iPad in this introductory class. Learn to customize the layout and use its many tools. Manage your apps, add email accounts, surf the web, view videos and more. Gain an understanding of the many accessibility features for visual impairments such as large text and Voice Over screen reader. Bring your own fully charged iPad & charger to class. 24737

R

0600p-0820p 11/01 1

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

LC-218.......... S................$29.00............HARVEY,B

0.701 PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS I 0 A hands-on class using features of Photoshop Elements (version 10) for editing digital photographs, including how to correct exposure, contrast, and color problems. Also learn how to remove from and/or add to a photo, resize, print, save images, and prepare images for email and the Web. You will learn skills to organize and back up all your treasured photos. Computer experience recommended. 21935

R

0600p-0850p 11/08 5

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

LC-220B....... OS..............$54.00............HARVEY,B

OPEN COMPUTER LAB All currently enrolled LBCC students are welcome to drop in during open lab to work on assignments. Non-LBCC students may purchase lab time to be used within the term it is purchased. Check at the Lebanon Center registration counter for open computer lab hours.

CONSUMER EDUCATION 0.425 LUNCH AND LEARN SERIES 0 Bring your lunch and enjoy this FREE series at the Lebanon Senior Center this fall. A variety of topics will include Trace Your Genealogy, Getting Ready for Winter, and Oregon History, including Lewis & Clark in Oregon and Lewis & Clark After Oregon with Tony Farque. Pick up a complete list of topics and dates at the LBCC Lebanon Center or the Lebanon Senior Center. 24796

M

1230p-0150p 09/24 8

LEBSR........... O................FREE.....................STAFF

DANCE 0.404A LINE DANCE 0 Line dancing isn’t just Country/Western anymore! Learn to dance to a variety of music including Country/Western, 50’s and Latin. No partner needed. Dancers must wear shoes with a smooth sole. 20683

T

0130p-0250p 09/25 9

LEBSR........... OS..............$48.00..............GREEN,V

21485

T

0630p-0750p 09/25 9

LEBSR........... OS..............$48.00...... BUCHHOLZ,R

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

24658 24659

DESTINATION GRADUATION

M R

0600p-0750p 09/17 5 0400p-0550p 09/20 5

1

PNP

LC-219.................................................... WRIGHT,J LC-219...................................................HOBSON,L

3

A-F

HDFS248 LEARNING EXPERIENCES/CHILDREN

3

A-F

3

A-F

22138

M

0600p-0850p 09/26 11 HDSTLB........ I..................................THOMPSON,C 0600p-0850p 09/24 11 HDSTLB........ IS...............................THOMPSON,C

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

ENGLISH ENG104 22298

R

LITERATURE: FICTION

Credits Time

Starts

0600p-0850p 09/27 11 LC-211.....................................................WOLFE,D

GED/ADULT BASIC EDUCATION If you want help preparing to get your GED or you need to improve your skills in reading, writing or math, these classes can help. You first need to attend a free orientation, then pay a $30 enrollment fee when you register for class. Classes and orientations are offered in Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, and Sweet Home. You can find information about orientation times, dates, and locations under the “GED and Adult Basic Education” section in each city’s listing in the Schedule of Classes. For more information, call the GED and Adult Basic Education office at 541-917-4710 or go to www.linnbenton.edu/go/ged.

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

Score under 55 in Reading on your Computerized Placement Test? Students referred to our department after scoring less than 55 in Reading on the Computerized Placement Test (CPT) should call 541-917-4916 or email megan.christoph@linnbenton.edu for assistance. Lebanon Daytime Orientation: Time: 9-11:50 a.m. Dates: (Choose from the following list and come BOTH days) Sept 17 & 18 Sept 24 & 25 Oct 22 & 23 Location: Lebanon Center, Room 204 Lebanon Daytime Classes: Time & Days: 9-11:50 a.m. on Monday 8:30 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Starting Date: Sept 24 Location: Lebanon Center, Room 204 Lebanon Evening Orientation: Time: 6-8:50 p.m. Dates: (Choose from the following list and come BOTH days) Sept 17 & 18 Sept 24 & 25 Oct 22 & 23 Location: Lebanon Center Room 203 Lebanon Evening Classes: Time & Days: 6-8:50 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday Starting Date: Sept 24 Location: Lebanon Center, Room 204 For more information on Lebanon ABE/GED classes, call 541-259-5813. Para información sobre clases de GED en español, llame 541-917-4715. 0.500 21570 21571

ABE/GED STUDENT ORIENTATION

MT MT MT MT MT MT

0900a-1150a 0900a-1150a 0900a-1150a 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p

09/17 09/24 10/22 09/17 09/24 10/22

0

1 1 1 1 1 1

LC-204.......... I..................FREE..............HOBSON,L LC-204.................................................................... LC-204.................................................................... LC-203.......... I..................FREE.......... BABCOCK,M LC-203.................................................................... LC-203....................................................................

0800a-0450p 10/06 1

LC-153.......... GJS....................................SPETH,M

0800a-0350p 10/20 1

LC-153.......... GJS....................................SPETH,M

HEALTH & FIRST AID S

FIRST AID AND CPR

$27.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

HE261 21298

S

CPR

$19.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

ED7.753 FOUNDATIONS OF LITERACY W

Day(s)

20559

EDUCATION/CHILD & FAM STUDIES 24119

CRN

HE110

DESTINATION GRADUATION HD120

Course # Title

B31

PE231 21460

LIFETIME HEALTH & FITNESS

TR

1

OPT

1

OPT

3

OPT

0330p-0450p 09/25 11 LC-205.......... S................................ PETERSON AY

$20.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.572 MEDICARE A, B, C & D 0 Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance - SHIBA - is holding a Medicare class that will cover the basics of Medicare A, B, C and D. Beneficiaries will better understand their Medicare benefits and learn how to choose a supplemental insurance plan that best meets their individual needs. Updates affecting insurance coverage for the 2013 annual enrollment period starting October 15,2012 will be presented. The class is taught by an unbiased SHIBA volunteer and sponsored by Linn-Benton RSVP. Call 541-812-0849 to enroll. 24344

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1000a-1150a 11/08 1

LCX-103....... GOI.............FREE.............BURRELL,K

0.853 LIVING WELL: CHRONIC CONDITIONS 0 The Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions Self Management Program is a free workshop for people with ongoing health conditions such as diabetes, asthma, emphysema, heart conditions, high blood pressure, MS, etc. Participants meet 2.5 hours per week for 6 weeks. There is no charge for the workshop or book “Living a Healthy Life with Chronic Conditions”. Pre-registration required by calling Carole Kment (541)768-6070 or e-mail ckment@samhealth.org. Co-sponsored with Samaritan Health Services in partnership with Linn and Benton County Health Departments. 24738

T

0100p-0320p 09/25 6

LCX-103....... I..................FREE................ KMENT,C


LEBANON CENTER

B32

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

541-259-5801 • lebanon@linnbenton.edu Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

HISTORY HST201 23641

T

US HISTORY: COLONIAL & REV

3

A-F

0600p-0850p 09/25 11 LC-211.......................................................SATAK,J

0530p-0720p 09/27 3

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

LC-153.......... OS..............$39.00......... CASTEEN,S

0.258 KNITTING/CROCHETING WORKSHOP 0 Practice and improve your knitting/crocheting skills working on your own project. Learn about techniques: Knitted Lace, Fair Isle-ski sweater (with colorworks), Intarsia (pictures) and Fisherman (with cables and textures). Instructor guided for beginning or accomplished knitters/crocheters. 20438

T

0900a-1050a 09/25 10 LC-223.......... OS..............$69.00............. EARLS,M

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

MATHEMATICS Students wishing to enroll in a math course must demonstrate their eligibility either by completing the appropriate prerequisite course with a grade of “C” or higher or by earning an appropriate score on the Computerized Placement Test (CPT). Student support for math courses is available at all of the LBCC campuses. These are open-study areas where students may work, use learning resources, and receive assistance with their math courses. Drop-In Math Help at the Lebanon Center: The Math Help Desk is located in the Learning Center in Room LC-202 Monday through Thursday............................................................................ 4:30 - 8:30 p.m. See other sections in this schedule for drop-in math help times at the other campuses. SELF-DIRECTED MATH COURSES LBCC offers MTH 20, MTH 65, and MTH 95 classes in a self-directed format. • Self-directed classes all have an on-line component and require testing at one of the LBCC campuses. • There are no class meetings, students contact their instructor via email and/or phone. • It is strongly recommended that students consider whether they need a structured learning environment before they register in a self-directed course. • Classes in the self-directed format offer students a great deal of flexibility, but students should plan on spending more time than if they were in a lecture section. • Students should have internet access at home or be able to spend at least 8 to 12 hours per week in a computer lab working on this class. • Students registered in Self-Directed Math courses must e-mail their Instructor by Monday of the first week of the term, but no earlier than a week before classes start. (See e-mail addresses below.) Students must complete the online orientation by Wednesday of the first week of the term. Students who do not meet these deadlines may be disenrolled. Contact your instructor: Basic Math (MTH020): MTH20@linnbenton.edu Elementary Algebra (MTH065): MTH65@linnbenton.edu Intermediate Algebra (MTH095): MTH95@linnbenton.edu MTH020 BASIC MATHEMATICS: SELF-DIRECTED

4

A-F

MTH060 INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA

4

A-F

MTH065 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA

4

A-F

MTH065 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA: SELF-DIRECTED

4

A-F

24553 21122

20806 22384

F G H HYB

TBA MW

MW TBA

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

TBA

TBA

11 LC-202.......... SDO............................. WESTFALL,B

0400p-0550p 09/24 11 LC-200.......... PJ....................................... GRADY,N

0600p-0750p 09/24 11 LC-200.......... PJ..................................... HAYNES,C TBA

Field trip(s) planned Meets one day only Meets every other week Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info.

22386

TBA

TBA

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

4

A-F

5

A-F

09/24 11 LC-202.......... PSD.................................FRANCIS,N

MEDICAL ASSISTANT MO5.625 BASIC CLINICAL OFFICE PROCEDURES

0.100 WINTER VEGETABLE GARDENING 0 Grow and harvest hardy vegetables through the winter without additional heat sources! Topics include easy, no carpentry involved winter shelter methods, basic organic information, vocabulary, composting, mulching, fertilizing and how to winterize your garden for earlier spring planting. Enjoy an added bonus of a field trip to a Lebanon Hoop House. R

CRN

MTH095 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA: SELF-DIRECTED

HOME & GARDEN

24739

Course # Title

21282

TR

0800a-1150a 09/25 11 LC-153.......... PS...................................DURLING,K

20595

TR

0100p-0450p 09/25 11 LC-153.......... PS...................................DURLING,K

$30.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $30.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

MO5.630 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY & BODY SYSTEMS I

3

A-F

MO5.661 PHYSICIAN’S OFFICE LABORATORY PROCEDURES 3

A-F

23993

MW

0600p-0720p 09/24 11 LC-153.......................................................... COE,J

21457

W M

0800a-0950a 09/24 11 LC-153.......... PS.................................. MCCALL,M 0800a-1020a 09/24 11 LC-200....................................................................

21458

M W

0800a-1020a 09/24 11 LC-200.......... PS.................................. MCCALL,M 1000a-1150a 09/24 11 LC-153....................................................................

$30.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $30.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

OUTDOOR AND ENVIRONMENT 0.904 WILDERNESS SURVIVAL & SAFETY 0 This one day class will introduce you to the skills that may save your life in an outdoor emergency. Topics covered include mental and physical preparation, starting a fire, creating a shelter, signaling, and items you should always carry in the outdoors. Designed for anyone that works, plays, or travels through the wilderness of Western Oregon. 24295

S

0900a-0450p 10/20 1

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

LC-200.......... FGS............$39.00..............CHASE,T

PARENTING EDUCATION 9.947- LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR BABY 0 For parents of infants to beginning walkers. Learn songs, games, and share with other parents while learning how to support your baby’s amazing growth and development. Bring child to class. Class runs through 12/6, with no class on 11/22. Please call 541-917-4899 for information. 23262

R

0100p-0250p 09/27 10 LCH............... SO..............FREE.....................STAFF

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

9.951 LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR PRESCHOOLER 2 PNP A preschool cooperative for parents and their 3, 4 and 5-year olds. Parents attend seminars and arrange times to work in the preschool lab. Lab meets M, W, F, from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m. Parents have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of parenting, practice guidance and communication techniques, and plan and prepare activities that foster children’s growth and development. Please call 541-917-4899 for more information. $10.00 lab fee. $4.00 yearly insurance fee, payable in class only. 24389

LAB M

LAB 09/24 10 PIONEE......... HLMOIS..............................BAKER,P 0530p-0820p 09/24 5 PIONEE...................................................................

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

9.952- NURTURING SKILLS FOR FAMILIES 0 In this class the instructor chooses lessons that fit the group’s needs. Topics include: knowing what to expect based on your child’s age; understanding your child’s feelings; positive communication; new ways of looking at discipline; rewards and punishments; options besides spanking; deciding when parents should be in charge and when to support your child’s growing independence; and more. Free class with a limited number of spaces for free child care; please request when signing up. Offered in partnership with KidCo Head Start and taught at the KidCo office at 300 Market Street, Suite 200, in Lebanon. Please call 541-451-1581 to sign up for class and child care. 24795

W

0600p-0750p 10/03 10 HDSTLB...........................FREE.................. DEMO,J

PERSONAL GROWTH HD100A COLLEGE SUCCESS 1 OPT Focuses on the qualities, traits and behaviors that create success in school and in life. No books or additional lab fees required for this class. 22311

F S

0600p-0850p 10/12 1 0900a-0350p 10/13 1

LCX-103....... J................................ CLEMETSEN,S LCX-103.................................................................

09/24 11 LC-202.......... PSD......................................PRATT,B

I

Requires instructor’s written approval to register INTERNET Internet course ITV Interactive television course J Register prior to first class

K O P S

Register at offering center Open entry Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.)

SD Self-directed course V Variable credit M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; S=Saturday; U=Sunday For class locations, see page B4


LEBANON CENTER

541-259-5801 • lebanon@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

HD204 ELIMINATE SELF-DEFEATING BEHAVIOR 3 OPT Covers making choices that enhance quality of life, becoming aware of our selfdefeating behavior, deciding whether to continue the behavior or change it, and discovering reasons and benefits for choosing this way. 21849

R

0600p-0850p 09/27 11 LC-200..................................................... SETVIN,T

HD208A CAREER/LIFE PLANNING 1 OPT Students investigate personal career paths using career assessment tools and techniques and create a career plan. 22310

F S

0600p-0850p 10/19 1 1000a-0450p 10/20 1

LC-207.......... JO................................... PHILLIPS,J LC-207....................................................................

0.421 BOOMERS IN TRANSITION 0 Learning to thrive in uncertain times is the focus of this class which will lead students through a process of self-discovery. People often feel powerless to respond to the changes in their lives. However all the “tools” they need to not only survive but to thrive during transitions are all waiting to be re-discovered and utilized. Through a process of exploring past transitions students will identify successful coping skills, develop external and internal support systems and develop plans to implement change. 24797

TR

0600p-0820p 10/23 1

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

LC-207.......... S................$29.00.......... PHILLIPS,J

PHYSICAL ED/HUMAN PERFORMANCE 0.850 STEP BOOT CAMP 0 Get a great workout in this class using the Step 360(TM), an incredible training tool that compliments workout sessions for all fitness levels and skill capacities. Step 360(TM) is a flat, stable platform atop two independently inflated air chambers. This tool creates limitless options for both traditional and functional cardio, strength, and balance movements. 24298

TR

0930a-1020a 09/25 10 WOWLEB...... OS..............$66.00.......... EMFIELD,T

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850 HIP HOP HUSTLE 0 Get ready to burn calories and tone your muscles! Hip Hop Hustle is a fun, full body workout using energetic movement and dance combinations, broken down in simple, easy to follow steps. No experience necessary. 24798

MW

0420p-0520p 09/24 10 WOWLEB...... OS..............$66.00.......... EMFIELD,T

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850E EASY CARDIO FITNESS 0 A beginning level exercise program for general fitness and body trimming. Designed for older adults, those with health limitations or those who want a gentle workout of stretching, range of motion exercises and modified cardio movements. 21670

MWF

0900a-0950a 09/24 10 LEBSR........... OS..............$81.00.......ROBINSON,C

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850E YOGA/PILATES 0 This class in influenced by movements and concepts from yoga and pilates. Participants can expect to tone and strengthen the core muscles, increase flexibility, improve posture and balance, and relax the mind, body and soul. Each workout is adaptable to the student’s own level and will include strengthening, stretching, breathing and relaxing. 23931

MW

1030a-1120a 09/24 10 WOWLEB...... OS..............$66.00.......... EMFIELD,T

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850E ZUMBA® 0 Zumba® fuses Latin rhythms and easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program. The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms, and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Achieve long term benefits in one exhilarating hour of calorie-burning, bodyenergizing, awe-inspiring movements meant to engage and captivate for life! 24740

TR

0830a-0920a 09/25 10 WOWLEB...... OS..............$66.00.............. KURTZ,A

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

23368

TR

0530p-0620p 09/25 10 LEBSR........... OS..............$66.00...GAMBARDELLA

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850E ZUMBA® TONING 0 Combine body-sculpting techniques and specific ZUMBA® moves into one calorieburning, muscle-toning class. Use light hand weights to build strength and tone all target zones. 24742

MW

0930a-1020a 09/24 10 WOWLEB...... OS..............$66.00.......... EMFIELD,T

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

B33 Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

0.850E TOTAL BODY CONDITIONING 0 Reclaim your body! Cross train for improved overall fitness. Mix it up with step, weights & core workout. Increase physical strength, flexibility and cardiovascular health. This fun challenging workout will keep you coming back for more! Exercises modified to accommodate all fitness levels. 24800

MW

0600p-0650p 09/24 10 LEBSR........... OS..............$66.00............ KEENEY,C

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850O BETTER BONES AND BALANCE® 0 Reap the benefits OSU Bone Research Lab studies have shown. This exercise program has been shown to slow the rate of bone loss in adults of all ages. Improve your balance and coordination, reduce your risk for falls, and see an increase in muscle tone and overall body fitness. 21884

MWF

0800a-0850a 09/24 10 LEBSR........... OS..............$81.00.......ROBINSON,C

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850U TAI CHI 0 Tai Chi is an ancient exercise system based upon the fundamental dynamics of movement and change Its lessons apply to both body and mind and is beneficial for general health and fitness. Regular practice significantly improves an overall sense of well being and balance. Tai Chi is appropriate for all ages and accommodates a wide range of physical abilities. 24744

MW

1000a-1050a 09/17 10 LEBSR........... OS..............$66.00.........CLAUSEN,K

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850Y YOGA 0 Increase strength and flexibility while learning tools to calm your mind and soothe your spirit. Learn yoga poses that develop balance, proper breathing, and relaxation techniques. Have fun and relax while getting a good workout and reducing stress. Bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable workout clothing. 24296

MW

0500p-0550p 09/24 10 LEBSR........... OS..............$66.00................ SIMS,E

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

PSYCHOLOGY PSY202 22288

PSY203 23181

T

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

3

A-F

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

3

A-F

5

OPT

3

A-F

1

PNP

VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT I

1

PNP

VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT II

1

PNP

VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT III

1

PNP

VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT IV

1

PNP

VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT V

1

PNP

0600p-0850p 09/25 11 LC-200..................................................... SETVIN,T

TR

0330p-0450p 09/25 11 LC-200..................................................... SETVIN,T

READING RD090 24135

COLLEGE SUCCESS & READING STRATEGIES

MW R

0100p-0250p 09/24 11 LC-207.......... P...........................................HAKE,K 0100p-0150p 09/27 11 LC-207....................................................................

RELIGION R103

22541

RELIGIONS OF EASTERN WORLD

W

0600p-0850p 09/26 11 LC-222.......... P.....................................NEWTON,C

STUDY SKILLS SS070 24650

SS071 24651

SS072 24652

SS073 24653

SS074 24654

SS075 24655

VOCABULARY BASICS

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

11 LC-202.......... POI......................................... HILL,K 11 LC-202.......... POI......................................... HILL,K 11 LC-202.......... POI......................................... HILL,K 11 LC-202.......... POI......................................... HILL,K 11 LC-202.......... POI......................................... HILL,K 11 LC-202.......... POI......................................... HILL,K


LEBANON CENTER

B34

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

541-259-5801 • lebanon@linnbenton.edu Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

VEHICLE SAFETY & OPERATION

R

0500p-0750p 09/20 11 LCX-103....... PJKS....................................RIDER,A

$259.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.902 DRIVER ED 18 & OVER 0 Registration packets available on-line at http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/drivereducation and at all LBCC centers. Class must be dropped 24 hours prior to start date for refund. Call 917-4840 with questions. 22450

R

0500p-0750p 09/20 11 LCX-103....... PJKS....................................RIDER,A

$429.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.902B AARP DRIVER SAFETY PROGRAM 0 A classroom program designed to help develop and reinforce safe driving skills and techniques. Satisfactory completion may also qualify you for reduced insurance premiums (check with your insurance carrier). A $12 lab fee for AARP members or $14 fee for non-members is collected at the first class. For more information, call 367-6901 or 259-5801. 23628

MT

0830a-1120a 10/01 1

LC-211...................................................... JONES,J

WRITING

WR115, WR121, WR 122 and WR123 Labs These labs are designed for students with schedules that prevent them from attending traditional class. Lab classes consist of independent study materials to supplement the text. Lab students are required to attend an orientation session. During orientation, students will schedule time to meet individually with the instructor. Please purchase your materials at the center where you are registered. Lebanon Writing Lab Orientation (WR115, WR121, WR122 & WR123) Monday, September 24, LC-218 ...................................................................... 4:30 – 5:20 p.m. Lab hours: Monday............................................................................................................. 4:30 – 8:30 p.m. Important: Registered students who do not attend during the first week may be subject to instructor withdrawal.

23692

WR095 24136

WR115 20619

THE WRITE COURSE

TR

4

A-F

0300p-0450p 09/25 11 LC-211.......... P...........................................HAKE,K

COLLEGE WRITING FUNDAMENTALS

4

A-F

INTRO TO COLLEGE WRITING: LAB

3

A-F

MW M LAB

22645

WR121 20620

WR122 20807

WR123 21299

WR227 23725

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

ENGLISH COMPOSITION

3

A-F

ENGLISH COMPOSITION: LAB

3

A-F

ENG COMPOSITION: ARGUMENT/STYLE LAB

3

A-F

ENG COMPOSITION: RESEARCH LAB

3

A-F

TECHNICAL WRITING

3

A-F

MW

M LAB M LAB M LAB W

0330p-0450p 09/24 11 LC-222.......... P...................................WORTMAN,J 0430p-0520p 09/24 1 LC-218.......... P.................................CHAMBERS,K LAB 10/01 10 LC-212.................................................................... 0430p-0520p 09/24 1 LC-218.......... P.................................CHAMBERS,K LAB 10/01 10 LC-212.................................................................... 0430p-0520p 09/24 1 LC-218.......... P.................................CHAMBERS,K LAB 10/01 10 LC-212.................................................................... 0600p-0850p 09/26 11 LC-207.......... P...................................WORTMAN,J

0.152 LIFE STORIES 0 Your own life stories and those of your family members are treasures that need to be preserved as carefully as photos. Recall and recount family history in your narrative style with enhancement of detail, description and dialogue. Information on publishing will enable you to submit articles or stories to magazines as fact or fiction. 21671

W

0200p-0350p 09/26 10 LC-223.......... OS..............$69.00......... MCNULTY,L

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

RURAL EAST LINN COUNTY CLASSES: LACOMB/SCIO/CRABTREE

0400p-0550p 09/24 11 LC-211.......... P...........................................HAKE,K 0430p-0520p 09/24 1 LC-218.......... P.................................CHAMBERS,K LAB 10/01 10 LC-212....................................................................

9.951 LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR PRESCHOOLER 1 PNP A preschool cooperative for parents and their 3, 4 and 5-year olds. Parents attend seminars and arrange times to work in the preschool lab. Lab meets T & R from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m. Parents have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of parenting, practice guidance and communication techniques, and plan and prepare activities that foster children’s growth and development. Please call 541-917-4899 for availability. $39.00 lab fee. $4.00 yearly insurance fee, payable in class only. 23266

M LAB

TBA LAB

$39.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

09/24 4 SCIOK........... LMOIS.............................. MENDEZ,J 09/24 10 SCIOK.....................................................................

9.951 LIVE/LEARN WITH YOUR PRESCHOOLER 2 PNP A preschool cooperative for parents and their 3, 4 and 5-year olds. Parents attend seminars and arrange times to work in the preschool lab. Lab meets M, T and F, from 8:30 to 11:00 a.m. Parents have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of parenting, practice guidance and communication techniques, and plan and prepare activities that foster children’s growth and development. Please call 541-917-4899 for more information. $10.00 lab fee. $4.00 yearly insurance fee, payable in class only. 20338

LAB M

LAB 09/24 10 SCIOK........... HLMOIS........................... MENDEZ,J 0600p-0850p 09/24 5 SCIOK.....................................................................

$10.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0.850A BODY TONING & AEROBICS 0 A workout program designed to tone and strengthen all major muscle groups, incorporating aerobic activity for cardio fitness. Exercise bands, step platforms and light weights will be utilized to add resistance to the workout. 22496

MW

0830a-0920a 09/24 10 ZCBJ............. OS..............$66.00................OTTO,A

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

Donate Now and Reap the Benefits of a Charitable Gift Annuity

F G H HYB

Field trip(s) planned Meets one day only Meets every other week Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info.

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

For more info., call the Lebanon Center at 541-259-5801. For class locations, turn to page B4.

Eligibility to enroll in WR90, WR95, WR115, WR121, WR122 and WR123 is based on the demonstrated skill level obtained by completing the appropriate prerequisite with a “C” grade or higher or achieving an appropriate test score on the Computerized Placement Test (CPT).

WR090

CRN

WR121

0.440C DRIVER ED WITH PERMIT 0 Registration packets are available online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/driver-education and all centers one week prior to registration. This ODOT approved program includes mandated 30 hours classroom instruction, 3-hour parent/student orientation at first meeting, plus 12 hours on the road (6 hrs behind-the-wheel + 6 hrs driver observation). Required at registration: completed packet, fee, original and one photocopy of your driver permit. Class must be dropped 24 hours prior to start date for refund. Call 541 917-4840 with questions. 22437

Course # Title

With the LBCC Foundation’s charitable gift annuity program, you can make a tax deductible gift toward the mission of LBCC while at the same time receiving attractive, guaranteed payments for the rest of your life. Tax-deductible Portion: Take a charitable income tax deduction for a part of your gift. Fixed Payments: Receive lifetime payments that are based on your age—the older you are, the higher your payments. Worry-free Management: Reduce your stress about investment responsibilities. Generous Support: Make a meaningful gift to help support our mission. I Requires instructor’s K Register at offering center Forwritten more information, call 541-917-4209 or go to SD Self-directed course approval to register O Open entry Variable credit www.linnbenton.edu/go/foundation and click onV M=Monday; “ways toT=Tuesday; give” for a INTERNET Internet course P Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; ITV Interactive television course S illustration Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or annuity S=Saturday; U=Sunday personalized of how a charitable gift can benefit you! J Register prior to first class in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.) For class locations, see page B4


SWEET HOME & OTHER LINN COUNTY CLASSES

541-367-6901 • FAX: 541-367-4029 • sweethome@linnbenton.edu Course # Title

Sweet Home Center CRN

Day(s)

Time

Starts

Credits

Grade

Course # Title

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

B35

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

Also serving the Brownsville/Halsey communities 1661 Long Street, Sweet Home, OR 97386 • 541-367-6901 • Fax: 541-367-4029 www.linnbenton.edu/go/sweet–home–center For general information, hours or appointments, email: sweethome@linnbenton.edu Gary Price, Regional Director for Linn County gary.price@linnbenton.edu Mary Sue Reynolds, Center Coordinator, Lebanon & Sweet Home Centers marysue.reynolds@linnbenton.edu Registration/Bookstore Services include registration, tuition and fee payment, and general student information. Open registration for all credit and non-credit classes begin via the web on Saturday, September 1, at 7 a.m., or in person on Tuesday, September 4, at 8:30 a.m. See the middle section of this schedule for information about Web registration. The Sweet Home Center Bookstore carries textbooks for classes held at the Sweet Home Center only. Purchase books online starting September 1 at 9:00 a.m. and in-store September 12 at 8:30 a.m. Normal Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday................................................ 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. Friday................................................................................................ Closed

LBCC Closure Days All LBCC locations will be closed Sept. 3 & 11, Nov. 12, 22 & 23 and December 24 through January 1.

Fall Term begins September 24, 2012

LEARNER SERVICES AVAILABLE AT THE SWEET HOME CENTER Academic Advising/Counseling Call or email for an appointment Admissions, Financial Aid and Registration Information Call or drop in during our open office hours Bookstore Book sales available for Sweet Home Center classes Career & Employment Specialist Call or email for an appointment Classes: College Transfer & Community Education

See the following pages or go to www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule

Open Computer Labs Call or email for available times. Math Help Desk, Math Help and Math Testing Linn Shuttle Stop & Schedules Linn Shuttle provides free bus service for LBCC students. For a schedule, call 541-367-4775

PLEASE REGISTER EARLY. Classes fill quickly! For locations of all classes, see page B4.

WANTED: FRESH IDEAS! Community Education programs reflect your needs and interests. If you have a suggestion for a class or know a great instructor, please let us know! 541-367-6901 or marysue.reynolds@linnbenton.edu


B36

SWEET HOME & OTHER LINN COUNTY CLASSES

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

541-367-6901 • FAX: 541-367-4029 • sweethome@linnbenton.edu

Course # Title

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

ART

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

0.151 CALLIGRAPHY 0 Introduction to calligraphy and the formal or cursive italic lettering system. The use of inks, pens and paper will be covered as well as general history of calligraphy. A variety of other arts will also be incorporated. Supply list available at first class.

0.701 COMPUTERS - FIRST STEP 0 A perfect class for those who have never touched a computer before and want hands-on, step-by-step instruction. Designed to go at an easy pace. Includes identifying the various parts of the computer, how to turn it on and off and use the mouse and keyboard. Also introduces working with Windows 7 and a brief introduction to email and the Internet. Important to attend first class.

21672

T

0100p-0320p 09/25 10 SHC-101....... OS..............$76.50.... SCHALEGER,G

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.161 CLAY - OPEN STUDIO 0 Increase your skills and comfort with clay as you create a self-inspired project using either the potter's wheel or hand-building techniques. Firing and glazes included. Students must purchase clay from instructor. For beginners but some clay experience helpful. 21916

T

0600p-0850p 09/25 10 SHHS-D4...... OS..............$84.00.............FERRIN,G

$25.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY OA104 23173

BUSINESS MATH

TR

2

21673

R

0600p-0850p 10/04 4

SHC-104....... OS..............$45.00..........ROWTON,P

21674

R

0600p-0850p 11/01 4

SHC-104....... OS..............$45.00..........ROWTON,P

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.701 COMPUTERS - SECOND STEP 0 Build on skills learned in Computers - First Step, including more features of Windows 7, the internet and email. Learn how to copy information between programs, organize files, create folders, and change the desktop appearance. Also includes easy computer maintenance tips and a brief introduction to word processing and spreadsheets. Prerequisite: Computers - First Step or equivalent computer experience.

A-F

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

0530p-0720p 09/25 11 SHC-101....... PJOV..................................... WEST,J

Welcome Back Students Join us for Welcome Day

monday, September 24 Sweet Home Center • 5 – 7 p.m.

New Classes! CLAy – OPEN STUdIO

FOOd PRESERVATION CLASSES!

a new twist to our pottery class. This time you’ll be able to do wheel throwing pottery or hand building.

September 26, Freezing & Dehydrating Foods; October 18, Canning Fruits, Jams & Jellies; November 8, Canning Meats, Fish, Game & Veggies—sign up for one or all three of these classes taught by a OSU trained Master Food Preserver.

SANTIAM KALAPUyA INdIANS explore the history of the valley’s first inhabitants and take a tour of the Cascadia Caves.

ALL BOdy CONdITIONING another new fitness class held at Steelhead Strength & Fitness Center, open to everyone.

20-20-10 FITNESS MIx this energetic class to be held at Steelhead Strength & Fitness Center, this class is open to the general public as well as Steelhead members.

Information on these classes and more can be found on the following pages or visit our website at www.linnbenton.edu and click on “schedule of classes”

F Field trip(s) planned G Meets one day only H Meets every other week HYB Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info. I Requires instructor’s written approval to register INTERNET Internet course

ITV J K O P S

h FALL

GARDENING

FREE classes taught by OSU Master Gardeners, held at the Sweet Home Center on Thursdays, noon to 1 p.m. (The same topics are offered in Albany on Wednesdays at the Albany Public Library.) Topics include: • Attracting Birds, Bees and Butterflies

FREE

• Winter Damage to Plants • Cold Frames • Building Mason Bee Habitats • Plant Problems • Storing Root Crops with Cellars For a complete list of topics and dates, pick up a flyer at the Sweet Home or Lebanon LBCC Centers.

GeD claSSeS EVENING & MORNING CLASSES START SEPTEMBER 24! Attend a free orientation the week of September 17 or the week of September 24. Call the Sweet Home Center for more details.

Interactive television course Register prior to first class Register at offering center Open entry Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.)

SD Self-directed course V Variable credit M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; S=Saturday; U=Sunday For class locations, see page B4 See this schedule online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule


SWEET HOME & OTHER LINN COUNTY CLASSES

541-367-6901 • FAX: 541-367-4029 • sweethome@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

0.701 INTRO TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY 0 Learn about digital photography in this beginning, hands-on class. Understand how to use the features of a digital camera and take great pictures. Tips on buying a digital camera will be covered. Graphic formats will be discussed, including sizing, cropping and editing photos. Discussion of preparing photos for email, web posting and printing. Students will learn basic photo editing skills and how to use a scanner to get those old photos onto the computer. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills or Computers - First and Second Step recommended. 21675

T

0600p-0850p 09/25 5

SHC-104....... OS..............$54.00............HARVEY,B

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.701 YOUR DIGITAL SLR CAMERA 0 Make the most of the features and settings of your digital SLR camera as you gain a better understanding of exposure, auto and manual focus, depth of field, choice of lens, camera maintenance, accessories and more. One week includes a photo shoot to apply what you have learned. Then working with Adobe Photoshop Elements, you will work with the photos and make them even better. Bring your Digital SLR camera and manual, fully charged battery, transfer cable and media card to class. Prerequisite: Intro to Digital Photography 23272

T

0600p-0850p 10/30 5

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

SHC-104....... OS..............$54.00............HARVEY,B

OPEN COMPUTER LAB Note: All currently enrolled LBCC students are welcome to drop in during open lab to work on class assignments. Non-LBCC students may purchase lab time to be used within the term it is purchased. Open Computer Lab Hours: The Sweet Home computer lab is available most days and at least one evening a week. For specific times of availability call 541-367-690l.

CONSUMER EDUCATION 0.294 COLLEGE QUEST 101 0 Are you prepared for College? For parents and high school students, this seminar provides insight into preparing for college in high school, getting college credits while in high school, financing a college education and researching the entrance requirements for the college of your choice. It will include general information about how and when to apply for financial aid, scholarship search and loans. 20700

R

0630p-0820p 11/01 1

SHHS-LIB..... G................FREE............... WRIGHT,J

0.659 FINANCIAL FUTURE 0 Want to take control of your finances? Join Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services, a local, non-profit housing agency, for the next Financial Future workshop. This free workshop is designed to help you manage money and spending, learn to create a working budget, understand and improve credit habits and reports, as well as develop saving programs and goals that lead to a stable "Financial Future." Participants of this workshop are also eligible for free one-on-one support from certified credit and housing specialist. Pre-registration is required through: Willamette Neighborhood Housing Services Web site: www.w-nhs.org Electronic Mail: info@w-nhs.org 541-752-7220, Ext. 300 24747

S

0900a-0450p 10/13 1

STNBRK........ GOI.............FREE................ ORIANI,C

COOKING 0.234 FREEZING & DEHYDRATING FOODS 0 Learn to freeze and dehydrate for the best quality fruits, veggies, meats, fish, dairy and pre-made convenience foods. Includes basic food safety and storage tips, hands-on practiceand demos with seasonal produce. Taught by an OSU trained Master Food Preserver, there is a $7 supplies fee payable in class. 24801

R

0600p-0850p 09/26 1

SHHS-B7...... O.............................................STAFF

0.234 CANNING FRUITS, JAMS & JELLIES 0 It's easy to make holiday gifts in your kitchen! Learn basic boiling water canning in addition toselecting/preparing fruit & safe processing. Includes juice extraction, basic food safety and storage tips, demos, and hands-on practice with seasonal produce. Taught by an OSU trained Master Food Preserver, there is a $7 supplies fee payable in class. 24802

R

0600p-0850p 10/18 1

SHHS-B7...... O.............................................STAFF

0.234 CANNING, MEATS, FISH, GAME & VEGGIES 0 Learn to use a pressure canner - the only safe way to can low-acid foods. Demonstration and hands on practice in canning meats, fish, game, soups & veggies for best quality and safe consumption. Basic food safety and storage tips included. Taught by an OSU trained Master Food Preserver, there is a $7 supplies fee payable in class. 24803

R

0600p-0850p 11/08 1

SHHS-B7...... O.............................................STAFF

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

B37

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

DESTINATION GRADUATION HD120 24660

DESTINATION GRADUATION

W

0600p-0750p 09/19 5

1

PNP

SHC-104................................................. WRIGHT,J

GED/ADULT BASIC EDUCATION If you want help preparing to get your GED, or you need to improve your skills in reading, writing or math, these classes can help. You first need to attend a free orientation, and then pay a $30 enrollment fee when you register for class. Classes and orientations are offered in Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon and Sweet Home. You can find information about orientation times, dates, and locations under the “GED and Adult Basic Education” section in each city’s listing in this Schedule of Classes. For more information, call the GED and Adult Basic Education office at 541-917-4710 or go to http://www.linnbenton.edu/go/ged. Para información sobre clases de GED en español, llame 541-917-4715. Score under 55 in Reading on your Computerized Placement Test? Students referred to our department after scoring less than 55 in Reading on the Computerized Placement Test (CPT) should call 541-917-4916 or send an email to megan.christoph@linnbenton.edu for assistance. Sweet Home Daytime Orientation: Time: 8:30 – 11:20 a.m. Dates: (Choose from the following list and come BOTH days.) Sept 17 & 18 Sept 24 & 25 Oct 22 & 23 Location: Sweet Home Center, Room 102 Sweet Home Daytime Classes: Time & Days: 8:30 – 12:20 a.m. on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday Starting Date: Sept. 24 Location: Sweet Home Center, Room 102 Sweet Home Evening Orientation: Time: 6 – 8:50 p.m. Dates: (Choose from the following list and come BOTH days.) Sept 17 & 19 Sept 24 & 26 Oct 22 & 24 Location: Sweet Home Center, Room 102 Sweet Home Evening Classes: Time & Days: 6 – 8:50 p.m. on Monday and Wednesday Starting Date: Sept. 24 Location: Sweet Home Center, Room 102 For more information on Sweet Home ABE/GED classes, call 541-367-6901. Para información sobre clases de GED en español, llame 541-917-4715. 0.500 21581 23778

ABE/GED STUDENT ORIENTATION

MT MT MT MW MW MW

0830a-1120a 0830a-1120a 0830a-1120a 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p 0600p-0850p

09/17 09/24 10/22 09/17 09/24 10/22

0

1 1 1 1 1 1

SHC-102....... I..................FREE............WALLNER,K SHC-102................................................................. SHC-102................................................................. SHC-102....... I..................FREE..................HORN,H SHC-102................................................................. SHC-102.................................................................

SHC-101....... GJS.................................. MOORE,M

HEALTH & FIRST AID HE110

FIRST AID AND CPR

1

OPT

3

OPT

20747

S

0800a-0450p 11/03 1

23115

T

0600p-0850p 09/25 11 SHC-101....... S................................ PETERSON AY

$27.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED PE231 LIFETIME HEALTH & FITNESS $20.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

HISTORY 0.486 SANTIAM KALAPUYA INDIANS 0 Explore the life-ways of the Santiam/Kalapuya Indians prior to Caucasian invasion. First class will meet in the classroom and cover pre-history of the people of Western Oregon including archeological evidence, early settler accounts, and Kalapuya era replica artifacts. Second class is a field trip to Cascadia Cave, an important site to Santiam Kalapuyans, where we will examine traditional cultural resource areas and discuss restoration opportunities. Students must supply their own transportation to Cascadia State Park, bring lunch, water, camera and field clothing appropriate for rain and mud. 22697

M T

0100p-0250p 10/01 1 1000a-0150p 10/02 1

SHC-101....... FO..............FREE...............FARQUE,A FLD.........................................................................


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SWEET HOME & OTHER LINN COUNTY CLASSES

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

541-367-6901 • FAX: 541-367-4029 • sweethome@linnbenton.edu

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

HOME & GARDEN

OUTDOOR AND ENVIRONMENT

0.100 FALL GARDENING 0 Spend your noon hour sharpening your gardening skills and learning new techniques in these informal classes taught by OSU-trained Master Gardeners. A different topic will be covered each week including Attracting Birds, Bees & Butterflies, Winter Damage to Plants, Cold Frames, Building Mason Bee Habitats, Plant Problems, Storing Root Crops with Cellars and more. Pick up a complete list of topics and dates from the Lebanon or Sweet Home Centers.

0.904 WILDERNESS SURVIVAL & SAFETY 0 This one day class will introduce you to the skills that may save your life in an outdoor emergency. Topics covered include mental and physical preparation, starting a fire, creating a shelter, signaling, and items you should always carry in the outdoors. Designed for anyone that works, plays, or travels through the wilderness of Western Oregon.

21195

R

1200p-1250p 09/27 8

SHC-101....... O................FREE.....................STAFF

0.180 QUILTER'S WORKSHOP 0 Each term a different quilt pattern is featured with each student working on their own quilt. Come and join in the fun as we start a new quilt. Our pattern this term is called Kismet. In this interesting Pattern Star and Irish Chain blocks combine for this medallion quilt. Fabric requirements given when you register. 20784

R

0700p-0850p 10/04 4

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

SHHS-B6...... OS..............$39.00.......... PUTNAM,B

MATHEMATICS Students wishing to enroll in a math course must demonstrate their eligibility by either completing the appropriate prerequisite course with a grade of “C” or higher or by an appropriate score on the Computerized Placement Test (CPT). Student support for math courses is available at all of the LBCC campuses. These are open-study areas where students may work, use learning resources, and receive assistance with their math courses. Drop-In Math Help at the Sweet Home Center: The Math Help Desk is located in room SHC-102 Tuesday and Thursday..................................................................................5:30 to 8:30 p.m. See other sections in this schedule for drop-in math help times at the other campuses. SELF-DIRECTED MATH COURSES LBCC offers MTH 020, MTH 060, MTH 065 and MTH 095 classes in a self-directed format. • Self-directed classes all have an on-line component and require testing at one of the LBCC campuses. • There are no class meetings, students contact their instructor via email and/or phone. • It is strongly recommended that students consider whether they need a structured learning environment before they register in a self-directed course. • Classes in the self-directed format offer students a great deal of flexibility, but students should plan on spending more time than if they were in a lecture section. • Students should have internet access at home or be able to spend at least 8 to 12 hours per week in a computer lab working on this class. • Students registered in Self-Directed Math courses must e-mail their Instructor by Monday of the first week of the term, but no earlier than a week before classes start. (See e-mail addresses below.) Students must complete the online orientation by Wednesday of the first week of the term. Students who do not meet these deadlines may be disenrolled. Contact your instructor: Basic Math (MTH 020): MTH20@linnbenton.edu Elementary Algebra (MTH 065): MTH65@linnbenton.edu Intermediate Algebra (MTH 095): MTH95@linnbenton.edu MTH020 BASIC MATHEMATICS

4

A-F

MTH020 BASIC MATHEMATICS: SELF-DIRECTED

4

A-F

MTH065 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA: SELF-DIRECTED

4

A-F

MTH095 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA: SELF-DIRECTED

4

A-F

21837 24554 22385 22387

MW TBA TBA TBA

0530p-0720p 09/24 11 SHC-101...............................................ROWTON,P TBA TBA TBA

TBA

11 SHC-102....... SDO............................. WESTFALL,B

09/24 11 SHC-102....... PSD......................................PRATT,B 09/24 11 SHC-102....... PSD.................................FRANCIS,N

F Field trip(s) planned G Meets one day only H Meets every other week HYB Hybrid course – See Distance Education section for info. I Requires instructor’s written approval to register INTERNET Internet course

ITV J K O P S

24302

S

0900a-0450p 11/03 1

$2.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

SHC-101....... FGS............$39.00..............CHASE,T

PHYSICAL ED/HUMAN PERFORMANCE 0.850 CARDIO STRENGTH & BALANCE 0 If you want a great cardio and toning workout plus get a jump start on preventing the risk of osteoporosis, this is the class for you! The research-based Better Bones & Balance exercises will be bolstered by an exuberant combination of step and floor aerobics for overall fitness. 22698

MWF

0930a-1020a 09/24 10 STEELH......... OS..............$81.00.......SWANSON,M

23940

TR

0630p-0720p 09/25 10 STEELH......... OS..............$66.00....... PROVINCE,C

23282

MW

0530p-0620p 09/24 10 STEELH......... OS..............$66.00......... GOSNELL,K

23933

MW

0430p-0520p 09/24 10 STEELH......... OS..............$66.00......... GOSNELL,K

24804

TR

0530p-0620p 09/25 10 STEELH......... OS..............$66.00....... PROVINCE,C

22700

TR

1030a-1150a 09/18 10 STEELH......... S................$81.00.........CLAUSEN,K

21678

MWR

0730p-0820p 09/24 10 SHHS-P........ OS..............$81.00..................STAFF

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.850E ALL BODY CONDITIONING 0 Each class begins with a good warm-up, followed by a workout that combines strength, agility, cardiovascular endurance, and flexibility exercises. The classes are designed for individuals of all fitness levels. You work at your own pace and progress only when you have determined you are ready for the advanced moves. The class will end with a muchdeserved cool down and stretch to increase your muscle flexibility.

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.850E ZUMBA® 0 Zumba® fuses Latin rhythms and easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program. The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms, and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Achieve long term benefits in one exhilarating hour of calorie-burning, body-energizing, awe-inspiring movements meant to engage and captivate for life! $3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.850E ZUMBA® GOLD 0 Same fun Latin rhythms but paced for the older, active adult population or the true beginner. This class includes the Zumba® chair workout and other low-impact, easy exercise and dance moves.

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.850E 20-20-10 FITNESS MIX 0 Keep your body challenged and performing at an optimal level in this class full of variety. After a warm-up you'll spend 20 minutes of core and strength training, 20 minutes of cardio fitness and 10 minutes of stretching. This class will incorporate the use of your own body weight but could also use stability balls, medicine balls, body bars, bench steps, dumbbells and more. Movements can be modified for all fitness levels. $3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.850U TAI CHI 0 Tai Chi is an ancient exercise system based upon the fundamental dynamics of movement and change. It's lessons apply to both body and mind and is beneficial for general health and fitness. Regular practice significantly improves an overall sense of well being and balance. Tai Chi is appropriate for all ages and accommodates a wide range of physical abilities. $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.850W AQUATIC FITNESS 0 Exercises in water to stretch and strengthen the body, tone muscles, and increase flexibility. Develop ability to move freely and expressively in the water. $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

Interactive television course Register prior to first class Register at offering center Open entry Prerequisite required; see catalog or advisor. Seminar fee or lab fee payable with registration or in class. (see course descriptions for lab fees.)

SD Self-directed course V Variable credit M=Monday; T=Tuesday; W=Wednesday; R=Thursday; F=Friday; S=Saturday; U=Sunday For class locations, see page B4 See this schedule online at www.linnbenton.edu/go/schedule


SWEET HOME & OTHER LINN COUNTY CLASSES

541-367-6901 • FAX: 541-367-4029 • sweethome@linnbenton.edu Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition....................Instructor

0.850Y YOGA 0 Increase strength and flexibility while learning tools to calm your mind and soothe your spirit. Learn yoga poses that develop balance, proper breathing, and relaxation techniques. Have fun and relax while getting a good workout and reducing stress. Bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable workout clothing. 23278

MW

0800a-0920a 09/24 10 STEELH......... OS..............$81.00................ SIMS,E

22329

TR

0730p-0820p 09/25 10 STEELH......... OS..............$66.00................ SIMS,E

$5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

VEHICLE SAFETY & OPERATION 0.902B AARP DRIVER SAFETY PROGRAM 0 A classroom program designed to help develop and reinforce safe driving skills and techniques. Satisfactory completion may also qualify you for reduced insurance premiums (check with your insurance carrier). A $12 lab fee for AARP members or $14 fee for non-members is collected at the first class. For more information, call 367-6901 or 259-5801. 21886

MW

0830a-1120a 11/05 1

SHC-101....... J.......................................... JONES,J

WRITING Eligibility to enroll in WR90, WR95, WR115, WR121, WR122, and WR123 is based on the demonstrated skill level obtained by completing the appropriate prerequisite with a “C” grade or higher or achieving an appropriate test score on the Computerized Placement Test (CPT). WR115, WR121, WR 122 and WR123 Labs These labs are designed for students with schedules that prohibit attending a traditional class. Lab classes consist of independent study materials to supplement the text. Lab students are required to attend an orientation session. During orientation, students will schedule time to meet individually with the instructor. Please purchase your materials at the center where you are registered. Sweet Home Writing Lab Orientation (WR115, WR121, WR122 & WR123) Wednesday, September 26, SHHS . ......................................................................... 5 – 5:50 pm Lab hours: Wednesday........................................................................................................ 4:30 – 8:30 p.m. Important: Registered students who do not attend during the first week may be subject to instructor withdrawal. WR115 INTRO TO COLLEGE WRITING: LAB

3

A-F

WR121 ENGLISH COMPOSITION: LAB

3

A-F

WR122 ENGLISH COMPOSITION: ARGUMENT LAB

3

A-F

WR123 ENG COMPOSITION: RESEARCH LAB

3

A-F

20656 20753 21300 20987

W LAB W LAB W LAB W LAB

0500p-0550p 09/26 1 SHHS............ P...................................... HOWELL,J LAB 10/03 10 SHC-105................................................................. 0500p-0550p 09/26 1 SHHS............ P...................................... HOWELL,J LAB 10/03 10 SHC-105................................................................. 0500p-0550p 09/26 1 SHHS............ P...................................... HOWELL,J LAB 10/03 10 SHC-105................................................................. 0500p-0550p 09/26 1 SHHS............ P...................................... HOWELL,J LAB 10/03 10 SHC-105.................................................................

0.152 LIFE STORIES 0 Your own life stories and those of your family members are treasures that need to be preserved as carefully as photos. Recall and recount family history in your narrative style with enhancement of detail, description and dialogue. Information on publishing will enable you to submit articles or stories to magazines as fact or fiction. 21681

R

0200p-0350p 09/27 10 SHC-101....... OS..............$69.00......... MCNULTY,L

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

RURAL EAST LINN COUNTY CLASSES BROWNSVILLE/HALSEY/HARRISBURG For more information, call the Sweet Home Center at 541-367-6901. For class locations, turn to page B4. 0.132PW WATERCOLOR FOUNDATIONS 0 Explore the wonderful and vibrant world of watercolor from the ground up. The focus of this class is to provide you with a thorough understanding of materials, techniques, and tricks to prepare you to paint successfully to your hearts content. Its focus on fundamentals is excellent for beginners and seasoned artists alike. Materials will be discussed at the first class. 24815

R

0530-0750pm 09/27 8

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED

BAAS............. OS..............$69.00..............CHASE,L

Course # Title CRN

Day(s)

Credits Time

Starts

B39

Grade

Wks Location............ Footnotes...... Tuition.................Instructor

9.951 LIVE & LEARN WITH YOUR PRESCHOOLER 2 PNP A preschool cooperative for parents and their 3, 4 and 5-year olds. Parents attend seminars and arrange times to work in the preschool lab. Lab meets M, W, R, from 9 to 11:30 a.m. Parents have the opportunity to expand their knowledge of parenting, practice guidance and communication techniques, and plan and prepare activities that foster children's growth and development. Please call 541-917-4899 for availability. $20.00 lab fee. $4.00 yearly insurance fee, payable in class only. 20339

LAB T

LAB 09/25 10 CLELEM........ HLMSOI......................SCHNEITER,R 0600p-0850p 09/25 5 CLELEM..................................................................

23286

MWF

0900a-0950a 09/24 10 BRSFIT.......... OS..............$81.00.... PHAIR-WORTH

23404

TR

0600p-0650p 09/25 10 BRSFIT.......... OS..............$66.00..................STAFF

24762

TR

0700p-0750p 09/25 10 BRSFIT.......... OS..............$66.00...GAMBARDELLA

21924

TR

0800a-0850a 09/25 10 BRSFIT.......... OS..............$66.00.........CLAUSEN,K

24375

TR

1000a-1050a 09/25 10 BRSFIT.......... OS..............$66.00................ SIMS,E

21695

TR

0900a-0950a 09/25 10 BRSFIT.......... OS..............$66.00................ SIMS,E

24309

MW

1030a-1120a 09/24 10 BRSFIT.......... OS..............$66.00................ SIMS,E

24373

TR

0500p-0550p 09/25 10 BRSFIT.......... OS..............$66.00..................STAFF

$20.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.850E ROCK'N TO THE CORE 0 Strengthen and tighten your "core" otherwise known as your "powerhouse". Routines will include a wide variety of moves and exercises, all performed as we rock n' roll to various types of music either on the floor or with a bench step. We will utilize free weights, exercise bands, body bars and weighted balls. Designed for everyone regardless of weight or fitness level. $5.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.850E BOOT CAMP 0 Each class begins with a good warm-up, followed by a workout that combines strength, agility, cardiovascular endurance, and flexibility exercises. The classes are designed for individuals of all fitness levels. You work at your own pace and progress only when you have determined you are ready for the advanced moves. The class will end with a muchdeserved cool down and stretch to increase your muscle flexibility.

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.850E ZUMBA® 0 Zumba® fuses Latin rhythms and easy to follow moves to create a dynamic fitness program. The routines feature interval training sessions where fast and slow rhythms, and resistance training are combined to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Achieve long term benefits in one exhilarating hour of calorie-burning, body-energizing, awe-inspiring movements meant to engage and captivate for life!

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.850O BETTER BONES AND BALANCETM 0 Reap the benefits OSU Bone Research Lab studies have shown. This exercise program has been shown to slow the rate of bone loss in adults of all ages. Improve your balance and coordination, reduce your risk for falls, and see an increase in muscle tone and overall body fitness.

$3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.850U TAI CHI 0 Tai Chi is an ancient exercise system based upon the fundamental dynamics of movement and change. It's lessons apply to both body and mind and is beneficial for general health and fitness. Regular pratice significantly improves an overall sense of well being and balance. Tai Chi is appropriate for all ages and accommodates a wide range of physical abilities. $3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED 0.850Y YOGA 0 Increase strength and flexibility while learning tools to calm your mind and soothe your spirit. Learn yoga poses that develop balance, proper breathing, and relaxation techniques. Have fun and relax while getting a good workout and reducing stress. Bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable workout clothing. $3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED $3.00 - LAB FEE REQUIRED


LBCC Community Education Class Schedule (Fall 2012)