Check out our workshops this April and May, geared toward providing you with uninterrupted scholarly writing time and one-on-one support on improving the accessibility of your course materials for learners.
Writing Retreats: Friday, April 7 & Friday, May 5, 8:30 – 11:30am and 1- 4pm (virtual
Join us for uninterrupted “me time” to focus on your scholarly writing. Use this quiet time to research literature, write, and get answers to questions. We’ll have a writing consultant from the Office for Professional Writing, Publishing, & Communication, and a librarian available to help you find materials, discuss your journal choice, answer questions, or read what you have so far. We scheduled retreats into half-day segments to accommodate varying schedules, but you are welcome to join for any part of the day.
Sign up for the Writing Retreat (April 7, 8:30 – 11:30am)
Sign up for the Writing Retreat (April 7, 1 – 4pm)
Sign up for the Writing Retreat (May 5, 8:30am – 11:30am)
Sign up for the Writing Retreat (May 5, 1 – 4pm)
Ally Drop-in Clinics: Monday, April 17 – Wednesday, April 19, 11am – 1pm (hybrid)
Get one-on-one help with Ally, the accessibility tool in Canvas. At a drop-in, connect with resources illustrating how to increase the accessibility of your documents across popular apps. With guidance, some minor adjustments to your files can significantly increase accessibility for learners. This clinic is part of a series of events during Ally Awareness Week. Put your knowledge of Ally to work and try to climb the leaderboard to win prizes. More info to come.
Sign up for Drop-in Clinic 1 (Monday, April 17)
11am – 1pm, virtual
Sign up for Drop-in Clinic 2 (Tuesday, April 18)
11am – 1pm, Scott Memorial Library, Center City
Sign up for Drop-in Clinic 3 (Wednesday, April 19)
11am – 1pm, Gutman Library, East Falls