Liberty University offers students a wealth of services designed to help succeed throughout their online academic careers and beyond. To ensure students recognize these offerings and opportunities

Liberty University offers students a wealth of services designed to help succeed throughout their online academic careers and beyond. To ensure students recognize these offerings and opportunities, students will complete a Campus Exploration Powerpoint Assignment. This will include visiting 9 different campus service/office physical locations or various office webpages from Liberty University Online’s website. Students will then create a 10 slide PowerPoint presentation (title slide + 9 offices) showcasing these services/offices. Please do not use any other software (do not use Keynote, Slides, Prezi, Pages, etc.).Note: It may be wise for students to review eBook Reading- Chapter: Introduction: Getting Involved, which contains a long list of student support offices for residential and/or online students. Students can access the full textbook inside MindTap (follow any chapter link to enter MindTap) or can use the direct link to Introduction: Getting Started in Module 1: Week 1’s Learn section.INSTRUCTIONS:1. Review the Campus Exploration Powerpoint Assignment Grading Rubric.2. Using the list of services/offices below, visit 9 different physical locations on campus (if you are near campus) or 9 different service/office webpages from Liberty University’s main website, or from Liberty University Online’s website, (if you are at a distance). a. As students visit these services/offices, in-person or online, they will be either required to,i. take a selfie at the physical location;ii. or a screenshot/snippet of each webpage or find a relevant picture/image. b. Note: From Liberty University Online’s website you can find these offices under “Current Students-Resources”. c. Note: Normally screenshots of websites or web images are copyrighted, and therefore they should be cited. However, for purposes of this assignment, students will NOT be required to cite their images or screenshots, if taken from Create a 10 slide PowerPoint presentation (title slide & 9 office slides).a. The first slide will be a title slide. It should include,i. the exact title “Campus Exploration PowerPoint”; ii. student’s name;iii. and course and section number.b. Slides #2-10 will be based on the different locations/webpages visited. Each should include:i. Service/office name as the title of that slide- i.e. “Career Center”. ii. Include either the selfie or the screenshot/snippet/relevant picture/image as evidence that you visited each location/webpage. iii. Include four requirements: (a) a brief, one line description of what the office does; (b) physical location/room number- i.e. DeMoss Hall, Room 3014, if provided; (c) website url and email; and (d) phone number. 4. Add some sizzle:
UNIV 104Page 2 of 2a. Choose any appropriate background, font, colors, and text size. b. Rotate pics from left/right to keep audience interest. c. Double-check spelling, grammar, and punctuation. d. Be consistent with capitalization- i.e. if one bullet is capitalized, all should be.5. Upload PPT when finished.PowerPoint will be graded on (a) title slide; (b) visitation of 9 offices/webpages; (c) description, location, website and email, and phone; (d) mechanics such as spelling, capitalization, etc.; and (e) formatting/appearance such as background, layout (rotation of pics- left/right), and fonts. Tips for Students:Imagine that this PPT will be used for an incoming student next year. Make it real.Follow instructions carefully. Look at the grading rubric before beginning. Locations (choose any 9):1. Academic Success Center (ASC)2. Career Center3. Office of Equity & Inclusion4. Commuter Student Life Center5. Flames Pass (Student ID)6. Jerry Falwell Library7. Honor Societies (note- These are in CASAS)8. International Student Center 9. IT Help Desk10. LU Send 11. LU Serve 12. LU Shepherd13. Office of Disability Accomodation Support (or LUO ODAS) 14. Office of Military Affairs 15. Online Writing Center16. Online Student Life17. Student Advocate Office/Advising18. Student Health Center 19. Veteran’s Center Note: Other offices/locations may be acceptable. Check with your professor before selecting.

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