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Student Project Submission & Reader Signoff

Fall 2017 graduating students, Student Projects (senior projects, capstone papers, and master’s theses) are due Friday, December 15 by 11:59pm to the Library via Moodle!

Student Projects (senior projects, capstone papers, and master’s theses) are due to the Library via Moodle by Friday, December 15 by 11:59pm!

Graduating Students:
Directions for submitting your Student Project are available at the Student Projects guide.

If you have specific questions about the submission and approval processes, please stop by the Library Reference Desk, Monday-Thursday, 10am-7pm and Fridays, 10am-4pm and/or email the Library at lib.comm@purchase.edu. Librarians can answer questions regarding the Student Projects submission and approval process.   

Detailed information about the submission and approval processes, from both the student and reader perspectives, are covered in the Student Projects (i.e. senior projects, capstone papers, and masters’ theses) guide: http://purchase.libguides.com/studentprojects.

For questions about how to format your title page, please see http://purchase.libguides.com/studentprojects/format. Please note that these title page guidelines are only suggestions; the Library does not determine the format of student project title pages. Students should check with their first reader regarding specific formatting requirements.

Readers:
Student Projects (senior projects, capstone papers, and master’s theses) can now be managed (view invitations to individual Student Project spaces, accept or decline invitations, and move between project spaces quickly) using the Reader Dashboard right in Moodle! The direct link to your Reader Dashboard is: http://moodle.purchase.edu/moodle2/mod/seniorproject/spdashboard.php. There is also a link to your Reader Dashboard on the Moodle home page.

No need to rely on Moodle-generated emails to keep track of your pending and confirmed invitations. Just login to Moodle and click on the link to your Reader Dashboard!

Detailed steps for working with Student Projects can be found at the Student Projects guide.

The Library and TLTC encourage all readers and graduating students to familiarize themselves with the Student Projects guide.