O-Space Smart DIY #4 – Accidental Submissions

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Hello Otis Faculty! It’s that time of the semester when many students use the “submissions” feature in O-Space to turn-in online work! Mistakes happen and some students may approach you having accidentally submitted the wrong coursework. Not to worry! You can fix this! It all starts with the “Submission” Tab in your O-Space Course Area. Select the student’s linked name on the chart. Select the linked “Step 1: …” under the appropriate assignment title.   In the “Evidence Added” [more]

Journey into an Artist’s Book

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By Jenny Kim BOOKING THE JOURNEY at Otis College of Art and Design library showcases a display of artist’s books that thoughtfully express the experience of one’s journey. The exhibition encourages a different perspective of exploration and discovery through sharing. There are many books on display, but the one that spoke to me is Daniel Mellis’ book The Stages of the Hajj. [more]

Updates on Library Databases

Hope that everyone is enjoying the term. We have some announcements about the research and subscription databases available to the Otis community. If you have any questions or comments, please let us know. Going, Going, Gone World Folklore and [more]

O-Space Smart DIY #3 – Buzz Words

Hello Otis Faculty! Here are some quick tips on O-Space instructions to students for enhanced clarity!  #1 CMS CMS = Course Management System > refers to the “My Courses” area in O-Space. You can also use the term “O-Space [more]

Halloween 2014

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As promised, the Millard Sheets Library participated in the Otis Bite 'n Flight. Zombies librarians took over, including hacking our web site. Alas, we did not win, but we had lots of fun decorating! [more]

Odyssey Adventures Oct. 18

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Undeterred by the Cyclops in our midst, the "Odyssey Travelers" enjoyed a day-long celebration of Homer's epic poem last Saturday. The event included activities at Loyola Marymount's Archaeology Center and Laband Art Gallery, the Westchester/Loyola [more]

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