Frequently Asked Questions


Q: What will you count for a workshop / learning session?


A: We will count any workshops, presentations, & seminars that you lead on your campus, or within your community.

 

Q: How long should the workshop be? 


A: While there are no specific requirements, workshops should be approximately an hour in length.  Workshops can be shorter or longer as needed. 

 

Q: Do we have to lead the workshop alone?


A: No, but you should take the lead in organizing and presenting. Feel free to collaborate across institutions with your group members or neighboring SLDP students.

 

Q: If I partner with someone, will it count for both of us?


A: Yes, if you partner with someone within SLDP, we would count it for both individuals. 

 

Q: What if we attend the same institution?


A: Yes, it would still count, but we encourage you to lead your other workshop individually.

 

Q: Do we have to present one of the four presentations we developed at SLDP?


A: No, you are free to utilize any of the presentations / topics your received at SLDP, a topic you have special knowledge in, or create a new one.  All the resources for the group presentations have been added to the SLDP Moodle site.


Q: I have a great idea, but I do not have a budget…what do I do?


A: Make sure you utilize your campus and community resources.  In many cases your student life professional will set aside funding for educational workshops, as well as the Student Services Department.  Also, check with your SLDP classmates and group members.  However, if you have exhausted all of your options with no success, make sure you contact me with your idea. 

 

Q: Do we have to complete one workshop in the fall, and one in the spring?


A: No.  We know life is hectic, so feel free to schedule the workshops when they are convenient for you.  You can conduct both workshops in the fall, or both in the spring.  It is totally up to you.

 

Q: Can we do more than two workshops?


A. Of course you can!  The more the merrier, but please make sure you also complete your family and school obligations. 


Q: How should we document our workshops?


A: The workshop report form if the official way to document your work.  However, feel free to post pictures, live stream, or upload a Youtube recording of your presentation to our Facebook site.


Q. Will you come to our workshop?


A. DEFINITELY!  If time permits, I would love to attend!  Make sure you give me enough advanced notice to adjust my work schedule. 


Q. I still have a question, can I contact you?


A. Always! Please do not hesitate to give me a call.  If you have unanswered questions, I am sure others will as well. 



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