Oakland University Workshop Calendar

Zoom Polling Workshop


Description : Add interactivity and engagement to your Zoom lectures with Zoom polling. In this workshop, we will demonstrate how to build different question types to poll students, do comprehension checks and more!
Thu, May 23, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : 430R Kresge Library
Seats Left : 16

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Build your own H5P Activity Series


Description : H5P activities are a great way to add fun, low-stakes interactive elements to your course, such as presentations, interactive videos, quizzes, games, and more. In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build a specific H5P activity. Whether you're teaching in person or online, your students will greatly appreciate the opportunity to practice their skills and check their understanding of your course content using H5P. We'll do a brief demonstration tutorial, and then you'll build your very own H5P activity you can use in your course!
Wed, May 29, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS Sandbox
Location : Online
Seats Left : 18
In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build an H5P Hotspot activity, which allows you to create images with hotspots where students can click to read a definition or identify a specific thing.

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Creating Online Course Content with Moodle Pages & More


Description : Spice up your Moodle course with robust pages and books. In this workshop, we will explore the functionality of Moodle pages and books. Whether you're a seasoned Moodle veteran, or just getting started with Moodle, this workshop will show you some tips and tricks to improve your pages and books in Moodle.
Thu, May 30, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20

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Moodle Introduction for New Users


Description : Are students asking you to use Moodle more in your face-to-face course? Have you avoided using Moodle because you are just not a techie? Then this workshop is for you! We will explore simple ways to use Moodle that will make life easier for any level computer user. You will learn about Moodle's main communication tools, ways to organize class content, resources and the gradebook. We will also look at the advantages of using Moodle for faculty and students, as well as other training services available through e-LIS.
Mon, June 3, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20

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Online Course Building Series - Summer prep for Fall 24


Description : This 4 part series aims to assist faculty in developing a fresh online course or revamping an existing one for the upcoming fall semester. We encourage participation in all sessions, but if you miss any, you can schedule a one-on-one session with an Instructional Designer to get up to speed. Each session will cover a piece of the instructional design process spanning the summer, featuring both individual and group discussions along with dedicated work time.
Wed, June 5, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS Community of Practice
Location : Kresge Library 430R
Seats Left : 19
Building off of the last session, we will be reviewing your course syllabus and what a course map looks like. e-LIS Instructional Designers will be helping you sort optional and required information, as well as details in your course activities & syllabus.

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Create and Deliver Moodle Quizzes with Ease


Description : Come learn the three easy steps to create Moodle quizzes: create question bank categories, populate your question bank, then add questions. You'll learn how to import multiple choice questions directly into Moodle, how to minimize potential cheating, and how to use other tools like Camtasia and H5P for student engagement quizzes. Even experienced Moodle quiz users can learn new tricks in this workshop!
Thu, June 6, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 18

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Build your own H5P Activity Series


Description : H5P activities are a great way to add fun, low-stakes interactive elements to your course, such as presentations, interactive videos, quizzes, games, and more. In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build a specific H5P activity. Whether you're teaching in person or online, your students will greatly appreciate the opportunity to practice their skills and check their understanding of your course content using H5P. We'll do a brief demonstration tutorial, and then you'll build your very own H5P activity you can use in your course!
Wed, June 12, 2024, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS Sandbox
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20
In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build an H5P Hotspot activity, which allows you to create images with hotspots where students can click to read a definition or identify a specific thing.

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Introduction to Video Recording with Green Screen


Description : Did you know our office in 430KL can record green screen videos? It's time to elevate your instructional materials to the next level. Join us for an engaging and informative Hyflex workshop on mastering faculty recording using cutting-edge green screen technology. In this workshop, participants will learn everything they need to know to seamlessly integrate green screen recording into their instructional practices, from planning to publishing.
Wed, June 12, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : 430R Kresge Library
Seats Left : 18

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Build your own H5P Activity Series


Description : H5P activities are a great way to add fun, low-stakes interactive elements to your course, such as presentations, interactive videos, quizzes, games, and more. In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build a specific H5P activity. Whether you're teaching in person or online, your students will greatly appreciate the opportunity to practice their skills and check their understanding of your course content using H5P. We'll do a brief demonstration tutorial, and then you'll build your very own H5P activity you can use in your course!
Wed, June 19, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS Sandbox
Location : Online
Seats Left : 18
In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build an H5P Crossword puzzle activity, which allows you to create your very own crossword puzzle to test students’ knowledge of terms and definitions in your course.

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Wed, June 26, 2024, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS Sandbox
Location : Online
Seats Left : 18
In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build an H5P Interactive Video, which allows you to add multiple choice and fill in the blank questions, pop-up text and other types of interactions to YouTube videos. You can do this for others' videos, or your own videos.

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Moodle Updates Workshop


Description : The most recent Moodle update is scheduled for June 27th. This workshop will cover some new best practices, a tour of the navigation upgrades, and other cool new features... You will definitely want to enroll in this workshop! Thh Zoom link to the workshop is located in our Workshops eSpace: https://espace.oakland.edu/course/view.php?id=1573
Wed, June 26, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20

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Thu, June 27, 2024, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20

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Build your own H5P Activity Series


Description : H5P activities are a great way to add fun, low-stakes interactive elements to your course, such as presentations, interactive videos, quizzes, games, and more. In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build a specific H5P activity. Whether you're teaching in person or online, your students will greatly appreciate the opportunity to practice their skills and check their understanding of your course content using H5P. We'll do a brief demonstration tutorial, and then you'll build your very own H5P activity you can use in your course!
Thu, June 27, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS Sandbox
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20
In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build an H5P Drag and Drop activity, which allows you to create matching activities with images and text.

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Wed, July 10, 2024, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS Sandbox
Location : Online
Seats Left : 19
In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build an H5P Fill in the blank activity, which allows you to a paragraph or short text where students fill in the correct term.

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Online Course Building Series - Summer prep for Fall 24


Description : This 4 part series aims to assist faculty in developing a fresh online course or revamping an existing one for the upcoming fall semester. We encourage participation in all sessions, but if you miss any, you can schedule a one-on-one session with an Instructional Designer to get up to speed. Each session will cover a piece of the instructional design process spanning the summer, featuring both individual and group discussions along with dedicated work time.
Wed, July 10, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS Community of Practice
Location : Kresge Library 430R
Seats Left : 19
During this session, we'll be discussing the development or redesign of your online course, and collaboration with Instructional Designers to lighten your workload. We'll also review ways you plan to grade, rubrics, and specific grade book setups.

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Build your own H5P Activity Series


Description : H5P activities are a great way to add fun, low-stakes interactive elements to your course, such as presentations, interactive videos, quizzes, games, and more. In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build a specific H5P activity. Whether you're teaching in person or online, your students will greatly appreciate the opportunity to practice their skills and check their understanding of your course content using H5P. We'll do a brief demonstration tutorial, and then you'll build your very own H5P activity you can use in your course!
Wed, July 17, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS Sandbox
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20
In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build an H5P Crossword puzzle activity, which allows you to create your very own crossword puzzle to test students’ knowledge of terms and definitions in your course.

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Wed, July 24, 2024, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS Sandbox
Location : Online
Seats Left : 19
In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build an H5P Course Presentation, which allows you to design slides and add multiple choice questions, fill in the blanks, text, and other types of interactions.

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Thu, July 25, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS Sandbox
Location : Online
Seats Left : 19
In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build an H5P Drag and Drop activity, which allows you to create matching activities with images and text.

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Moodle Introduction for New Users


Description : Are students asking you to use Moodle more in your face-to-face course? Have you avoided using Moodle because you are just not a techie? Then this workshop is for you! We will explore simple ways to use Moodle that will make life easier for any level computer user. You will learn about Moodle's main communication tools, ways to organize class content, resources and the gradebook. We will also look at the advantages of using Moodle for faculty and students, as well as other training services available through e-LIS.
Thu, August 1, 2024, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20

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Introduction to Regular Substantive Interaction (RSI)


Description : This workshop will review Federal Regulations on Regular Substantive Interaction (RSI), why it matters for your online course, and some guiding principles.
Thu, August 1, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : 430R Kresge Library
Seats Left : 20

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Media Management: where to store your online videos


Description : If you have videos, or are planning to have videos in your Moodle course, this workshop will cover options for storing your Zoom, YuJa, Panopto, and YouTube. To help you decide which is best, the accessibility of your videos will be discussed as well as the ability to embed interactive questions.
Mon, August 5, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20

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Dynamic Engagement of Online Student Activities


Description : Ever wonder how you can make your online course more engaging? This workshop will introduce you to some different strategies that can automate feedback to students, and also offer tips and tricks for individualized feedback. Ideas for group work and scaffolded projects will also be presented to maximize teacher-to-student and student-to-student interactions.
Tue, August 6, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : 430R Kresge Library
Seats Left : 20

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Build your own H5P Activity Series


Description : H5P activities are a great way to add fun, low-stakes interactive elements to your course, such as presentations, interactive videos, quizzes, games, and more. In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build a specific H5P activity. Whether you're teaching in person or online, your students will greatly appreciate the opportunity to practice their skills and check their understanding of your course content using H5P. We'll do a brief demonstration tutorial, and then you'll build your very own H5P activity you can use in your course!
Wed, August 7, 2024, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS Sandbox
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20
In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build an H5P Flashcards activity, which allows you to add images paired with questions and answers.

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Online Course Building Series - Summer prep for Fall 24


Description : This 4 part series aims to assist faculty in developing a fresh online course or revamping an existing one for the upcoming fall semester. We encourage participation in all sessions, but if you miss any, you can schedule a one-on-one session with an Instructional Designer to get up to speed. Each session will cover a piece of the instructional design process spanning the summer, featuring both individual and group discussions along with dedicated work time.
Wed, August 7, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS Community of Practice
Location : Kresge Library 430R
Seats Left : 19
This workshop will discuss reviewing your course for quality & accessibility, as well as final testing and Importing into your fall semester course. We will also introduce you to the best practices of a 2-yr course redesign cycle with the ID Team and other ways for improving your course next semester.

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e-LIS: Best Practices - Pedagogical approaches to instructional videos


Description : A vital component of online teaching and learning is creating instructional videos for your students. In this workshop we will discuss the process of creating effective instructional videos and the pedagogical approaches that can be applied to videos.We will demonstrate some best practices when it comes to creating instructional videos. If you are looking to up your instructional video content for your online course, then this workshop is just for you!
Thu, August 8, 2024, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20

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Moodle PreAssessments with H5P quizzes


Description : A weekly pre-assessment quiz will allow you to gather info on what students know what parts your students are familiar with prior to instruction. It also gives your students some areas to pay closer attention. Setup, scoring, and feedback will be demonstrated in this workshop.
Thu, August 8, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20

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Moodle: Copyleaks Assignments - Prevent and Detect Plagiarism


Description : Copyleaks is a setting instructors can use in Moodle to automatically scan students' documents for potential plagiarism. In addition to settings in Moodle, we share best practices for using Copyleaks to prevent plagiarism and provide teachable moments with students.
Tue, August 13, 2024, 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 50
A Copyleaks representative will be leading this 30-45 minute workshop.

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Introduction to YuJa Verity for Moodle Test Proctoring


Description : This session, facilitated by YuJa trainers, will introduce new users to YuJa Verity for Test Proctoring. It will cover the ways that faculty can use YuJa Verity for Test Proctoring to proctor their Moodle quizzes. Topics include how to access and install the YuJa Verity browser extension, how to add YuJa Verity to a Moodle quiz, how to use automatic proctoring, how to review your students' results, and how to use the instructor as live proctor feature.
Tue, August 13, 2024, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 50
A rep from YuJa will be leading this event.

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Build your own H5P Activity Series


Description : H5P activities are a great way to add fun, low-stakes interactive elements to your course, such as presentations, interactive videos, quizzes, games, and more. In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build a specific H5P activity. Whether you're teaching in person or online, your students will greatly appreciate the opportunity to practice their skills and check their understanding of your course content using H5P. We'll do a brief demonstration tutorial, and then you'll build your very own H5P activity you can use in your course!
Wed, August 14, 2024, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS Sandbox
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20
In this hands-on sandbox workshop, we'll be exploring how to build an H5P Memory Game, which allows you to add images for students to find and pair together.

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Creating Community in your Online Class


Description : (Teaching Presence) In online classes, some students may feel isolated and mention a lack of human connection. In this workshop, we will discuss strategies to create and build community in your online classes so all of your students can shine. By the end of this workshop, you will be able to foster different types of interactions in your online class and begin to build a strong community where your students can succeed.
Thu, August 15, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20

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Zoom Polling Workshop


Description : Add interactivity and engagement to your Zoom lectures with Zoom polling. In this workshop, we will demonstrate how to build different question types to poll students, do comprehension checks and more!
Wed, August 21, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20

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Moodle Accessibility Strategies


Description : Join e-LIS and to learn more about one of OU's newest tools - Moodle's Brickfield Accessibliity Checker. Brickfield helps faculty create accessible content, and can benefit both students with and without documented disabilities. Learn how it can help you create accessible content, and learn more about the features that automatically do it for you.
Tue, August 27, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20

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Creating Online Course Content with Moodle Pages & More


Description : Spice up your Moodle course with robust pages and books. In this workshop, we will explore the functionality of Moodle pages and books. Whether you're a seasoned Moodle veteran, or just getting started with Moodle, this workshop will show you some tips and tricks to improve your pages and books in Moodle.
Wed, August 28, 2024, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Dept. / Series : ELIS / e-LIS General Workshops
Location : Online
Seats Left : 20

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2021-22 Year-Long Fostering Inclusivity and Belonging in STEM Courses FDI

Session is open ended
Dept. / Series : CETL / Faculty Development Institutes
Location : 200 A Elliott Hall
Seats Left : 50

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2021-22 Year-Long Learning Community: Adventure, Adapt, Achieve - Triple A's of Teaching

Session is open ended
Dept. / Series : CETL / Learning Community
Location : 200 A Elliott Hall
Seats Left : 52

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2021-22 Year-Long Learning Community: Integrating Academic Integrity Instruction across Disciplines

Session is open ended
Dept. / Series : CETL / Learning Community
Location : 200 A Elliott Hall
Seats Left : 56

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2021-22 Year-Long Learning Community: Intersectional and Abolitionist Teaching in Higher Ed

Session is open ended
Dept. / Series : CETL / Learning Community
Location : 200 A Elliott Hall
Seats Left : 50

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2021-22 Year-Long Lessons in Media: Teaching, Learning, Sharing FDI

Session is open ended
Dept. / Series : CETL / Faculty Development Institutes
Location : 200 A Elliott Hall
Seats Left : 53

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2021-22 Year-Long Mentoring Emerging Faculty FDI

Session is open ended
Dept. / Series : CETL / Faculty Development Institutes
Location : 200 A Elliott Hall
Seats Left : 39

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2021-22 Year-Long Networking for Special Lecturers FDI

Session is open ended
Dept. / Series : CETL / Faculty Development Institutes
Location : 200 A Elliott Hall
Seats Left : 38

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FDI: PASS! in STEM


Description : Our goal is to facilitate STEM interdisciplinary discussions on perceived student barriers, ways we can improve student outcomes, and methods to support reducing equity gaps.
Session is open ended
Dept. / Series : CETL / Faculty Development Institutes
Location : 200 A Elliott Hall
Seats Left : 22

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Introduction to Qualitative Data Collection Methods - "Medical Education Research Certificate (MERC)"


Description : Following completion of this workshop, attendees should be able to: 1) Demonstrate applied knowledge of the appropriate selection, use, and standards for rigor of some common methods for collection of qualitative data, in relation to the research question and the research approach (e.g., ethnography, grounded theory, case study) 2) Given topics, generate research questions appropriate for qualitative studies and choose ap- propriate data collection methods 3) Demonstrate applied knowledge of approaches to achieve rigor in the design of qualitative studies and collection of qualitative data, including: 4) For focus groups, demonstrate skill in the essential methods
Session is open ended
Dept. / Series : OUWB / OUWB Workshops
Location : 478 O'Dowd
Seats Left : 28

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Questionnaire Design and Survey Research - "Medical Education Research Certificate (MERC)"


Description : Following completion of this workshop, attendees should be able to: 1) Describe data collection methods for questionnaires/surveys. 2) Describe the four sections of a questionnaire. 3) Identify common problems with items. 4) Distinguish among common response options.
Session is open ended
Dept. / Series : OUWB / OUWB Workshops
Location : 478 O'Dowd
Seats Left : 30

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Session is open ended
Dept. / Series : OUWB / OUWB Workshops
Location : 478 O'Dowd
Seats Left : 29

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