Microsoft is transitioning away from Office 365 Video to the video storage platform, Stream. As such, all existing 365 Video channels have been migrated to Stream. Any videos and permissions for the site have been migrated automatically. If you had a personal channel or your department had a group channel in Office 365 Video, please check the group permissions in Stream (public or private) and update any documentation, as needed, with the new hyperlink(s).
How to access Microsoft Stream
Open your LLCC web Outlook.
Select the waffle icon in the upper left corner.
Select Stream. If not showing, select All apps and choose Stream.
You will be on your homepage.
To view all groups, select Discover > Groups.
To view groups that you are a member of, select My Content > Groups.
Note: If you do not see your group immediately, scroll down and select the See more link.
Select the group’s name.
Select the Sort by box, and choose Name for an alphabetical listing of all videos in the group.
All videos shared with your channel will appear here.
Registration for summer and fall classes is currently underway. Please copy the image below and paste it into your email signature to encourage students to register. Be sure to hyperlink the graphic to: https://www.llcc.edu/forward.
In August, Tony Rothering, professor of biology, worked with Boy Scout Troop 210 to install 29 bluebird houses on the LLCC campus in Springfield. The undertaking was Zach Rothering’s Eagle Scout project, a memorial to Kay Rothering, LLCC alum. As of yesterday, May 12, we have 15 of the 29 boxes actively being used by one of the following species: Eastern Bluebird (six nests), House Sparrow (five nests), Tree Swallow (three nests) and Black-capped Chickadee (one nest). Within these 15 nests, there are currently a collective total of 50 eggs and five hatchlings/fledglings. It is also worth noting that a box just south of Montgomery Hall had a bluebird brood of four fledglings that successfully left the nest sometime over the past week. We should continue to see activity throughout the summer as bluebirds have multiple broods within a breeding season. Below are a few photos of the eggs/young.
We send our condolences to Kayla Weitzel, human resources assistant, on the passing of her father-in-law, Tom Weitzel, on Sunday, May 10. Private graveside services will be held at Camp Butler National Cemetery where military honors will be conducted. Read the obituary.
Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., president, was a guest on the WTAX Morning Newswatch May 12, speaking about the upcoming virtual commencement ceremony, Virtual LLCC Experiences (which replace the planned Campus Visit Day in June) and other topics.
Current and future LLCC students are invited to schedule a one-on-one, “Moving Forward” Zoom meeting with a financial aid advisor any weekday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Appointments may be made by calling 217-786-2237 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We know many students and families have questions about financial aid, and we are here to help them keep moving forward in obtaining financial assistance for college,” said Alison Mills, director of LLCC Financial Aid. “We have experts available for personalized and confidential assistance with the FAFSA and other financial aid questions.”
Yesterday wrapped up National Nurses Week, and LLCC recognized nursing students in the social media video below. LLCC-trained nurses are “always ready to accept challenges, adaptable, flexible and persevere to take care of their patients,” says Dr. Sonja Harvey, LLCC associate dean, nursing.