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Library Orientation Template

Transcript: Call numbers look like this in Quick Search: HV6035 .V61998 but often look like this on the book: HV6035 .V6 1998 Map by Janelle Gurnsey Library pictures are the copyright of UIS Icons are available under Creative Commons, via iconfinder.com All other pictures (e.g the background of this section you're reading now) copyright free images via stock.xchng: http://www.sxc.hu Videos by UIS Library Instructional Services Prezi based on template by Ned Potter Template used with permission. Email or call your Academic Liaison Librarian to make a 1-to-1 appointment PS4523 .V63 2001 Library [computers, study carrels] If you are unable to find a book you want at Brookens Library you may be able to find it in one of the other I-Share Libraries. When you find a title you want, request it using the "Request through I-Share" button in the catalog. If the book is not available through an I-Share Library, you may request it through My ILL. Online students who do not live within 70 miles of Brookens or other I-Share library can request books using MyILL. General Reference Collection Legal Reference Collection Government Documents Brookens Library 1st Floor (basement) OR search a database directly by clicking the "Databases" link under "Quick Links" Academic Liaison office Stairwell Area Copyright Use the Format area to limit by format: Article http://www.uis.edu/archives/ Borrowing items: Click on "Availability" to see if the book is available for check out, and to get its Call Number The Reference Desk Circulation Desk & Book Return You always need your I-card to borrow: Undergraduate students, alumni, and special borrowers can check out UIS materials for 4 weeks, with 3 renewals. Graduate/doctoral students, faculty, and staff can check out UIS materials for 16 weeks, with 6 renewals. Videos/DVDs circulate to current students and staff for one week with a limit of three items. No renewals: overdue fines are $2.00 per day per item. Faculty can check out videos/DVDs for one month with three renewals. Materials from other libraries will have varied loan periods. Hours: Mon-Thur - 8:30am to midnight Fri - 8:30am - 5pm Sat - 10am to 6pm Sun - 2pm to 10pm Phone: 217-206-6550 PR2894 .S38 1998 [computers, study carrels, copier] Finding what you need E208 .T836 The Library website is at http://library.uis.edu PR2894 .B384 1998 Library hours during the semester: Mon-Thur: 8:30am - 12:00am Fri: 8:30am - 6:00pm Sat: 10:00am - 6:00pm Sun: 2:00pm - 12:00am Hours subject to change during holidays, breaks, intersession, etc. DS723.3 .S3 2nd floor (Main level) Read call numbers starting alphabetically, then numerically: Historical records of UIS State depository for local government records Rare, valuable and fragile books and periodicals Oral history collection Online collection of digitized resources Once you're at http://library.uis.edu/ just type something into the search box to get started. If you need help using the Library you can ask at the Reference and Information Desk, or you can e-mail: libref@uis.edu For IT support: the ITS Help Desk offers help through walk-in, phone, email and chat. 217.206.6000 Toll-free in the US: 877.847.0443 email: techsupport@uis.edu You can follow the library on twitter @UISLib, and find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/UISLibrary My ILL (Interlibrary Loan) Welcome to the library. 3rd floor I-Share Quick Search is found on the Library homepage and can be accessed from any PC, at home or on campus, or from mobile devices. Quick Search locates books, journals and other resources in the library. Quick Search finds out if items are available or on loan. Quick Search links to electronic resources. Quick Search allows you to access “My Library Account” http://library.uis.edu/ Use the Format area to limit results by format: article, book, video, etc. Finding electronic resources... Specialized lab of seventeen computers for graphics, digital video and audio production Scanners, video converters, color printer http://libguides.uis.edu/librarians Useful links. You can start off in the usual way, by using the Quick Search at http://library.uis.edu Lounge Finding & Requesting Books via Quick Search Don't forget our Research Guides - there's one for every major! Click "Research Guides" under "Quick Links" Video On the 2nd Floor (main floor) of the Library, you can get help finding resources at the Reference & Information Desk, or check out materials at the Circulation Desk. Main Stacks The library spends lots of money on electronic resources - e-books, e-journals, and databases - so you can get them for free. This is often stuff that Google cannot find, so make the most of it! The majority of e-Resources can be accessed from any PC on or off campus. (Off-campus access requires your NetID and password.) Entrance Find resources for your subject at http://libguides.uis.edu/ Periodicals DS723 .S3 Archive/Special Collections Illinois Regional Archives Depository (IRAD) Our YouTube Channel is at

AmeriCorps Orientation Template

Transcript: Your Logo Here AmeriCorps Orientation The Super Stars Literacy program is sponsored by National Service State Office Corporation for National and Community Service Your Logo Here Senior Corps Set term of service instead of hours requirement Indirect service Only program with choice of education award or cash stipend Not California For All eligible If you have a VISTA members list any additional benefits your organization provides here: Traditional Corps FEMA Corps Ameri-Corpse AmeriCorps E Disaster Services Economic Opportunity Education preparedness response recovery mitigation Environmental Stewardship Healthy Futures Veteran's & Military Families Disaster Services Economic Opportunity Education Environmental Stewardship Healthy Futures Veteran's & Military Families Housing Financial Literacy Employment Disaster Services Economic Opportunity Education Environmental Stewardship Healthy Futures Veteran's & Military Families K-12 Success School Readiness Post-HS Ed Support Teacher Corps Disaster Services Economic Opportunity Education Environmental Stewardship Healthy Futures Veteran's & Military Families Energy Efficiency At-Risk Ecosystems (parks, trails, recycling) Stewardship Green Jobs Disaster Services Economic Opportunity Education Environmental Stewardship Healthy Futures Veteran's & Military Families Aging in Place Access to Food Access to Healthcare Disaster Services Economic Opportunity Education Environmental Stewardship Healthy Futures Veteran's & Military Families # of Veteran's Served Housing Financial Literacy Employment AmeriCorps in California [YOUR CITY] AmeriCorps* [Write the name of your program and how many members you have] [List the names of the other programs in your city or county and how many members they have] Permission for VISTA Positions Training for managers Reporting Cost Share (~$24k per member) Permission for AmeriCorps Positions Training for AmeriCorps Director ~$13k per member Reporting Training & Coaching Housing Allowance Cell Phone Reimbursement Mileage Reimbursements Health Coverage Training Living Allowance Education Award Interest Payment Childcare VISTA Member Training & Coaching Health Coverage Living Allowance Education Award Interest Payment Childcare State / National Member Your cost share if applicable Cost per member State / National Member any benefits you provide Living allowance Member living allowance Our AmeriCorps Goals List your performance measure goals here Our Other Goals If your organization has other goals (besides the ones on your AmeriCorps performance measure worksheets) list them here The Communities That We Serve The Communities We Serve Product Go to www.google.com/mymaps to create your own site map Community Map Public Transit Public Transit Options: Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) AC Transit (bus in Oakland) Muni (bus / subway in SF) Lyft & Uber Ford Bikes (one time $5 membership with EBT) https://help.fordgobike.com/hc/en-us/categories/115000028131-Low-Income-Membership Bay Wheels (one time $5 membership with EBT) https://www.lyft.com/bikes/bay-wheels/bike-share-for-all Go to www.google.com/mymaps to create your own site map Grocery Stores Food Desert = no car & no grocery store for 1 mile Go to www.google.com/mymaps to create your own site map Several places in Oakland and the surrounding bay area offer discounts to low-income individuals. Get access to many more through your local library (including the Oakland Zoo!) EBT Resources Go to www.google.com/mymaps to create your own site map Statistics Children in families without access to a car Add statistics about the communities you serve here. We use kidscount.org and caschooldashboard.org Where are you from? Draw a picture of your community. Many of us come from multiple communities - you can draw them all or pick one to talk about today Share with your group: What community did you draw? What is your community proud of? What challenges does your community have? If an AmeriCorps member was going to serve your community what would you want them to know? Member Contract & Responsibilities Member Contract State / National Members Terms of Service Description Terms of Service Living Allowance and Benefits Living Allowance & Benefits Describe the benefits members qualify for and how to access them. Include living allowance distribution schedule. Education Award Basics Segal Education Award can only be spent at qualified education institutions (Title IV schools, or those who accept federal financial aid and/or the GI Bill) Segal Award money can only be spent on education expenses (loans or expenses determined by the school's financial aid department) Segal Award is valid for up to 7 years and cannot be transferred to another person unless the member was 55 years or older at the time of enrollment The California for All Education Award is for 1700 hour State/National members only (no part-time or VISTA members) and is brand new - we are still learning how it will be distributed and restricted

Orientation Powerpoint

Transcript: Illini Experience Fall 2021 Welcome! We would like to begin today by recognizing and acknowledging that we are on the lands of the Peoria, Kaskaskia, Piankashaw, Wea, Miami, Mascoutin, Odawa, Sauk, Mesquaki, Kickapoo, Potawatomi, Ojibwe, and Chickasaw Nations. These lands were the traditional territory of these Native Nations prior to their forced removal; these lands continue to carry the stories of these Nations and their struggles for survival and identity.​ As a land-grant institution, the University of Illinois has a particular responsibility to acknowledge the peoples of these lands, as well as the histories of dispossession that have allowed for the growth of this institution for the past 150 years. We are also obligated to reflect on and actively address these histories and the role that this university has played in shaping them. This acknowledgement and the centering of Native peoples is a start as we move forward for the next 150 years.​ Meet Your ITAs! Aidan Bovee Dylann Hall Ryan Fang Tony Choe Jack Everett Azad Dhillon Sophomore Communications Ran track and cross country at his first college (UIC) Junior Georgetown, IL Animal science All of her friends call her Dill Pickle Junior Naperville, IL Political science Was a classical voice major Mount Prospect, IL Mathematics Played piano for over 13 years Junior Algonquin, IL Communication Sold Kanye West an iPhone Even more ITAs Lauren Zylke-Reyes Danaizha Harvey Isaiah Williams Brielle Scullark Hallie Spolarich Hanaa Siddiqui Sophomore Glenview, IL Her birthday is on Halloween! Junior Psychology She's played 5 sports! Junior Chicago, IL Communication Swam and played water polo all of high school Senior Homewood, IL Journalism She started a foodie Instagram Junior Chicago, IL Acting and Industrial-Organizational Psychology Name was originally spelled Haley but was legally changed to Hallie Junior Glendale Heights, IL Hiked around Mt. Haleakala in Maui Block I Raffle Raffle Try to find all of the Block Is in the Presentation Can be in pictures, videos, or by itself At the end of the presentation there will be a number you can text your answer to. The first 5 people to text the correct number will win a goodie bag. THIS COUNTS AS ONE !!! Academic Essentials Basics iCard NetID UIN Eductional Technology Educational Technology Compass 2g Moodle Canvas Degree Audit (DARS) Self-Service/Enterprise Libraries Main Library UGL Grainger ACES/FUNK Libraries Places to Study Business Instructional Facility Building Libraries Ikenberry Commons Classrooms Places to Study Video Tutoring Resources Tutoring and Support Services Writers workshop Office Hours Office of Minority Student Affairs (OMSA) Disability Resources and Education Services (DRES) Advising Academic Advising Major advisor Academic advisor Study Abroad Mandatory Programs Mandatory Programs Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations iConnect Fycare ACEIT Career Center Career Center Personal Statement reviews online Resume & Cover Letter critiques Mock interviews Virtual job Board Handshake Career fairs Video McKinley Health Center Health and Wellness Student Health Insurance Counseling COVID-19 Bi-weekly Testing Safer Illinois App Locations Vaccinations COVID Student Assistance Center Student Assistance Center Assistant Deans Virtual appointments Emergency Dean Women's Resource Center Safety Emergency phones Illini Alert Student Patrol Officers Safe Rides/Walks Safety Text 'IlliniAlert' to 226787 Video Student Life Illini Union Courtyard Cafe Food Court Illini Rec Room Events Recreation Activities and Recreation Center (ARC) Campus Recreation Center East (CRCE) Ice Arena Intramurals Recreation Moving Around Campus Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District (MTD) Parking Veorides Walk Moving Around Campus Video Getting Home Charter Buses Willard Airport Illinois Terminal Getting Home Places to Live Residential Housing Private Certified Housing Univeristy Apartments Off-Campus Apartments Places to Live Video Arts and Culture Krannert Center Krannert Art Museum Spurlock Museum Japan House Activities on Campus Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) RSOs Office of Registered Student Organizations RSO Handbook Quad Day Involved@Illinois Start Your Own! Greek Life By the numbers Types of Organizations Programs and Services Greek Life Tau Sigma Honor Society Tau Sigma Video Volunteer Opportunities Volunteer Opportunities Volunteer RSOs Office of Volunteer Programs Volunteer Abroad Athletics 10 Men's, 11 Women's NCAA Sports Non-Revenue Tickets Illini Pride Pass Athletics Traditions Card Stunts I-L-L William Tell Hail to the Orange Traditions Leading Illinois Transfers Connections program Started in Spring 2021 Available to all new transfer students LIT Transfer Student Appreciation Week TSAW Video ITA PANEL The End Social Media newstudent@illinois.edu Raffle Raffle Did you catch them all? Send us your name and your guess Ready? Number

Orientation Template

Transcript: Psychology and Counseling, April 25th, 2011 Meet the Advantage Staff who will be helping you along the way Keegan Imhoff Yes, now you have a face with a name! Keegan is the Assistant Director of Online Operations and handles the initial admissions process for our new Online students. If you have a question and you don't know who to ask, ask Keegan. He'll get you an answer or send you to the right person. 1-888-628-4723 Ext 291 KImhoff@midcontinent.edu Benetta Woods Benetta, your academic advisor, will help you with your course track and grad plan. Have potential transfer credit? Be sure to speak to Benetta soon regarding your grad plan! Contact her: 1-888-628-4723 Ext 262 bwoods@midcontinent.edu Anita Canter Using Financial Aid? Make sure you have completed and sent in the signed paperwork in your enrollment packet. If you are using loans, you'll need to complete your MPN & Entrance Counseling. Contact Anita for all of your Financial Aid questions. Don't go it alone...call her at 1-888-628-4723 Ext 281 ACanter@midcontinent.edu Dawn Hopwood Dawn is the one who sent you your log-in for the Online Learning Center! If you have any technical support questions for the OLC, let Dawn know! 1-888-628-4723 Ext. 365 dhopwood@midcontinent.edu Do you have your books for class yet? Remember the email that Tara sent you? You have to let her know if you want to purchase your books through MCU. Don't forget! tstanley@midcontinent.edu Be sure to use the student tutorial under "My Courses." This will be a useful tool in getting you ready to take classes DL5P Orientation Thank you for viewing our orientation prezi! We are so excited for you! Congratulations on embarking on this important journey! ~ Traci Wallrauch Proverbs 18:15 “An intelligent heart acquires knowledge, and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge.”

SUBR Orientation New Hire Orientation Template

Transcript: SUS New Hire Orientation Policies Welcome to Southern! Agenda SUS 8:00 am Introduction/University Overview/New Hire Paperwork review 8:30 Policies and Procedures/Handbook/Return-to-Work FERPA/Telecommuting 9:00 Payroll 9:15 Performance Management/Evaluations 9:45 Telecommunications (e-mail, Emer Communications Network) 10:00 Parking/Safety (UPD)/ Library Services/Tobacco-free Campus 10:15 Credit Union/Benefits/Retirement Systems 11:30 Required Training 12:00 pm End Southern University System SUS Only HBCU system in the U.S. Diverse enrollment of 12,000+ students across five campuses Campuses linked by common goal of providing quality educational experiences that are affordable and accessible to all SUS values excellence in teaching, research, and public service Five Campuses Campuses Baton Rouge (SUBR) Flagship of SUS SUSLA connected through: Connect Program HR offices linked SUBR SUBR Colleges College of Agricultural, Family and Consumer Sciences College of Business Nelson Mandela College of Government and Social Sciences College of Humanities and Interdisciplinary Studies College of Nursing and Allied Health College of Sciences and Engineering Colleges Agricultural Research & Extension Center (Baton Rouge) AG Center Departments Agricultural Sciences Family and Consumer Sciences Urban Forestry and Natural Resources Departments Law Center (Baton Rouge) Law Center Degree Program Southern University Law Centers offers legal training to students in pursuit of the juris doctor degree. The Law Center shares with other American Bar Association-accredited institutions the goal of producing attorneys who are well prepared for entry into the legal profession. In the design and implementation of a curriculum to attain this goal, the Law Center, like the other Louisiana law schools, has given particular attention to the Civil Law. Degree Program New Orleans (SUNO) SUNO Colleges College of Arts & Sciences College of Business and Public Administration College of Education and Human Development School of Social Work Colleges Southern University at Shreveport SUSLA Unit of Southern University System in reflecting historical precedence Serves the Shreveport-Bossier City and surrounding areas rather than an extension of the Baton Rouge campus Designated a two-year commuter college on May 11, 1964; Opened for instruction September 19, 1967 through Act 42 of the ordinary session of the Louisiana Legislature Basic emphasis was to provide the first two years on typical university credit Historical locations include the Shreveport Metro Center and the Southern University Museum of Art located in Downtown Shreveport Campuses: Main campus on MLK Metro Center downtown Aerospace Center MSKICK Academic Programs Allied Health & Nursing Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences & Education Business, Science, Technology & Mathematics Programs Mission Statement <Insert your campus Mission Campus Map <insert link to your campus map here> Campus Map HR Handbook Policies HR Handbook Exempt Employees Access through SUS homepage: <insert link to HR handbook on your campus website> Hours Works Hours: <insert working hours> Holidays: New Year's Day Martin Luther King Jr. Day Mardi Gras Good Friday Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving Christmas Others declared by Governor Exempt Employees Exempt from Fair Labor Standards Act Exempt employees cannot be paid overtime for working more than 40 hours a week Work at the pleasure of the Board Follow Board guidelines LA is a Right to Work State Legally can be fired without cause All terminations go through President Belton first Non-Exempt Employees Can get paid overtime Protected by State Civil Service and have due process Leave Pay and Leave Employees get both annual and sick leave Close to 8 hours each per month They do not expire Sick leave can only be used for yourself Some annual leave will have to be used around the holidays Give supervisor notice when you know you will use leave Pay Unclassified employees paid at end of month Classified employees paid bi-weekly Bi-Weekly Timesheet Bi-Weekly Monthly Timesheet Monthly Family Medical Leave Act The law and University policy allows an eligible employee up to twelve (12) weeks of unpaid leave per year : Birth, Adoption or receipt through foster care Care of a seriously ill child, spouse or parent Employee’s own qualifying illness The following criteria must be met: The employee must have been employed by the same employer for at least twelve (12) consecutive months preceding the leave Worked at least 1,250 hours during the twelve (12) months preceding the leave *The State of Louisiana is considered a single employer *Paid leave may be allowed by the employer when the employee has accumulated leave *The Southern University System calculates FMLA using the 12-month period measured forward from the date of the FMLA leave usage *Falsification of medical documentation will result in termination of employment. FMLA Conflict of Interest Report any If

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