Learning Communities at Ventura College

What is a Learning Community?

A Learning Community is exactly what it sounds like: a community of learners, including faculty and a group of students.

Learning Communities create a collaborative environment where students thrive, faculty and staff do their best work, and learning fosters the habits of mind and skills to tackle complex real-world issues.

Talk with a Counselor

There is a ever-growing selection of learning communities that vary by semester, so talk with a counselor to determine the right learning community for you.

Learning Communities for Spring Semester 2015

CRN Course Day/Time Instructors

31278

30397

Finding Our Voices: Democracy, Ethics and Writing 

ENGL V01A - English Composition

POLS V03 - Intro to Political Science

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MW 11:00-12:15

MW 12:30-1:45

Martinsen

Porter

Learning Communities for Fall Semester 2014

CRN Course Day/Time Instructors

OPTION 1

71537 / 71934

OPTION 2

70554 / 71571

Writing Across the Ancient World 

ENGL V01A - English Composition (hybrid)

HIST V18A - World History I

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 TR 9:30-12:15

 

Garcia

Corbett

 

71532 OR 71569

71586

Writing Today's Social Problems

ENGL V01A - English Composition

SOC V02 - Social Problems

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T or R 12:30-1:45

TR 11:00-12:15

 

Beynon

Horigan

Learning Communities for Spring Semester 2014

CRN Course Day/Time Instructors

 

31334

30397

Finding Our Voices: Democracy, Ethics and Writing (Group 1)

ENGL V01A - English Composition

POLS V03 - Intro to Political Science

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MW 10:30-11:45

MW 12:00-1:15

 

Martinsen

Porter

 

31367

30399

Finding Our Voices: Democracy, Ethics and Writing (Group 2)

ENGL V01A - English Composition

POLS V03 - Intro to Political Science

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MW 12:00-1:15

MW 10:30-11:45

 

Martinsen

Porter