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Carol Kaplan-Newmark

Carol Kaplan-Newmark

Professor, Computer Studies

Technology Center, Room 8307
845-574-4241

Biography

Carol Kaplan-Newmark joined the College as a full-time Instructor in 1981 and was appointed Professor in 2003.  Professor Kaplan-Newmark teaches Computer Science and Management Information System courses. Prior to working at RCC, she was a Senior Systems Analyst at Rockland Research Institute in Orangeburg, NY.

Education

  • BS Speech and Communications, SUNY Buffalo, 1977
  • MBA Management Information Systems, SUNY Binghamton, 1980

Professional Accomplishments

At RCC

  • Created online, hybrid and in-class courses
  • Created and teaches courses covering a large number of programming and application packages, operating systems and project management areas
  • Teaches students using experiential learning such as internships and service learning projects

Publications (Selected)

  • “Important Steps to Take When Purchasing a Computer,” Rockland County Times, 2002
  • “Partnering Service Learning With Technology Courses,” SUNY Today, 2002

Presentations (Selected)

Various workshops at RCC, such as:

  • Introduction to spreadsheet/Excel;
  • Library Reserves and Copyright;
  • Best Practices in Teaching Web-Enhanced courses;
  • Developing your RTP (Retention, Tenure, Promotion) Portfolio;
  • Introduction to database/Access;
  • File Management and Information Literacy
  • “Engaging Today’s Students Using Alternative Methods,” Third Annual Teaching, Learning and Student Support Conference, Sussex Community College, Newton, NJ, 2005
  • “Learning Can Be Fun and Games,” Second Annual Teaching, Learning and Student Support Conference, Sussex Community College, Newton, NJ, 2004
  • “The Walk-In Computer Language Lab in the Community College Environment,”
  • National Educational Computing Conference (NECC), New York, NY, 2000

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