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Mass E-Mail Information

The following information concerns Bryn Mawr College email mailing lists (listserves) where list owners can send email to list members, and can choose to allow any member to send messages to the entire list. For information about mail merges or personalized outbound mass mailing, please contact the Help Desk at What is a Mailing […]

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Carpenter Carrels

A-level window carrels

Carrels are located on the A-level (main floor), B-level (lower level), and Old Library stacks of Carpenter Library. Access an interactive map of Carpenter Carrels. Please note that not all the carrels are represented in the images, but show the general appearance of the carrels and area in which they are located. Quick jump: A Floor […]

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Library Book Locations

Canaday Book Locations   Call Number (if preceeded by q, f, ff or + see note below) Subject Area Floor 000 – 999 Dewey Decimal – all subjects Off-site storage – request in Tripod Diss Bryn Mawr College Dissertations Floor B A General Works Floor B B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion Floor A C Auxiliary Sciences of History […]

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Meetings and Web Conferences with Skype for Business

Skype for Business is the LITS supported solution for: Video and audio conferencing with Bryn Mawr and/or outside attendees (including calendar integration) Webinars (included recording) Internal instant messaging (for those who elect to use it). Skype for Business is a different product than consumer Skype.  It is built on a different platform and allows much […]

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Using the Moodle Workshop for Peer Review (For Students)

Moodle screen shot

Have a class that’s using the Moodle Workshop for peer review? Here you’ll find all the steps for the Workshop explained, through the Workshop’s “phase box”. Setup phase: This is the phase where the workshop has been created, but your professor has not yet finished setting it up. There is nothing for you to do […]

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Setting up Moodle Workshop for Peer Review (For Faculty)

The Moodle Workshop has the potential to be extremely beneficial. Any course that relies heavily on peer review may find this activity especially desirable. A good example of where the workshop activity could be useful might include creative writing classes, freshman seminars, and performance reviews. The setup for a Workshop can become complicated, but if […]

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BIONIC (PeopleSoft) Patch Documentation

The following documents contain information regarding the latest BIONIC (PeopleSoft) patch updates PeopleSoft Campus Solutions – Update Image 8 – Documentation

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Viewing Budgets in BIONIC

The following documents contain instructions on how to view budget reports in BIONIC: Budget Summary Transactions External Grants Faculty Research & Start-Up Funds Restricted Funds & Reserves

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Data Standards: Name, Address, Phone Number in BIONIC (PeopleSoft)

The following document contains information regarding the standards that should be followed when entering name, address or phone number into BIONIC (PeopleSoft):

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Viewing Data Moodle Has Collected About You

In addition to any content you submit to Moodle sites (such as papers, forum posts, or quiz answers) and grades or feedback that others give you on that content, Moodle also automatically generates and stores usage data as you interact with the site — that is, time-stamped logs of your activities, such as logging in and out of […]

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