How to Make the Most of Moodle Student Project Spaces: Faculty/Staff Workshop, Thurs. March 12th

Student Project Spaces in Moodle are more than just a vehicle for submitting senior projects, capstones, and master’s theses to the Library’s online archive! Learn more about them in this hands-on workshop.


When: Thursday, March 12, 12:00 – 1:00pm

Where: Library DMZ Lab 1015B

Presenters: Darcy Gervasio and Marie Sciangula

Student Project submission doesn’t have to be a one-way street. In fact, these Moodle Spaces were designed to encourage students and faculty readers to take the wheel by using the spaces to communicate and share resources throughout the research and writing process. In this workshop, we’ll cover the basics of the submission process and also go beyond, demonstrating how to make the most of your Student Project Spaces. We’ll save time for Q&A, so bring any questions you have about the submission process.

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Advance registration is encouraged but walk-ins are always welcome. Note: this workshop was rescheduled due to the snow day on March 5th.


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