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Library Webinars

Library Webinars are offered on a wide range of topics to help you improve your research skills. Everyone Welcome!

Learning Passport & Library Webinars

No more paper forms! Moodle will be tracking all participation.

Learning Passport students complete the webinar surveys via the “Library, Career Services and Learning Strategist Webinars” section of the Learning Passport Moodle Site.

Both components must be completed via Moodle to receive credit:

  1. Library Webinar
  2. Learning Passport Survey.

Please login to the session 15 minutes in advance to check audio settings using the audio set up tool.

Joining Library Webinars

Open to everyone.

No registration necessary.

Click here to join our library research webinars.

Please login to the session 5-10 minutes in advance to check audio settings using the audio set up tool.

  • Webinars are facilitated online via Blackboard Collaborate Ultra.
  • For assistance before a session please contact Meagan.Pottie@msvu.ca

Logging into a Library Webinar via Moodle

To complete Learning Passport activity credit you must complete the following steps:

  1. Login to the Learning Passport Moodle site
  2. Go to Library, Career Services and Learning Strategist Webinars
  3. Click the link for the webinars
  4. Follow the instructions to login to the Blackboard Collaborate session
  5. Attend the webinar in its entirety
  6. Return to Library, Career Services, and Learning Strategist Webinars in the LP Moodle site
  7. Complete the Learning Passport Activity Survey for the webinar

If you have any questions regarding this process or receiving credit, please email business@msvu.ca AND learningpassport@msvu.ca.

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