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Cal Poly Humboldt SkillShops

Facilitator Toolkit

SkillShop Proposal Help

Sample SkillShop Materials

Training & Lesson Planning Materials

Online Teaching Tools

SkillShop Leaderboard

Facilitator Dashboard

These sheets contain registration and participation information for upcoming SkillShops and L4Humboldt events. They are broken down by department and only facilitators have access to the spreadsheets. 

Registration information is collected each Friday and uploaded for the upcoming week. This data includes names of registrants as well as their answers to any custom questions included in the Zoom registration form.

Participation reports are also gathered weekly. This data can be used to find contact info for your attendees and for your departmental reporting.  

The 'Registration' and 'Participation' sheets are not editable. If you wish to edit or make changes, please make a copy for your personal use. You can create new sheets within the spreadsheet or create your own spreadsheet.

Contact skillshops@humboldt.edu if you have questions or find any errors.

Registration & Participation Info for Facilitators

Past Data


Confidentiality Note

While SkillShops attendance data is not covered by FERPA and is considered public information (Level 3, including only names and email), please keep this data confidential within your department.

Facilitator Resources

Active Learning


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ACRL Press book chapter

Tim Miller (Digital Media and Learning Librarian) and Sarah Fay Philips (former Coordinator of Instruction and Reference, currently Librarian, OSU Cascades) published a book chapter about the SkillShops program and collaborating across campus to create co-curricular learning opportunities for students, entitled “Designing a Collaborative Cross-Campus Drop-in Workshop Series to Motivate Lifelong Learners,” published by ACRL Press. 
Download an electronic copy
Borrow a print copy from the Library


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