Drop-in and Guided Writing Room – S312 Ross
Can’t get an appointment? Only need a little help? Need a place to write? Have no fear – the WC’s New Drop-In and Guided Writing Room is here!
Beginning the week of September 24, our new Drop-in and Guided Writing Room in Ross S312 will be open Monday to Friday from 10:30-12:30 for students who have no appointment, but would like a short consultation with an instructor, have a specific question or two, or just want to work on their writing in a supportive, resource-rich environment.
Our resource room may occasionally be used for other activities such as workshops – in which case drop-in will take place by going to the reception desk and checking for drop-in availability with our staff.
Just come to S312 Ross and sign in. An instructor will check in with you to offer assistance, to guide you toward resources, or to facilitate consultation with others on similar issues or assignments.
This workshop provides an overview of how to create forms using the MachForm application, how to set up e-mail notifications and integrate them into your WordPress websites. At the end of this workshop, participants will leave with the ability to:
• Create new forms
• Add e-mail notifications
• Check and download entries
• Manage the forms in your MachForm Admin Panel
• Integrate the forms into their WordPress website(s)
• Understand additional features available through MachForm (payments, user management, spam protection, etc.)
This presentation describes the international anti-money laundering and terrorism financing regime using the prism of experimental governance. Focusing on the Financial Action Task Force – the central organization in the fight against ‘dirty money’ – the strengths and weaknesses of the use of experimentalism in combating illicit finance are identified. The FATF successfully created a broad standard for states to adhere, and the regime is flexible enough to accommodate different national approaches. At the same time, experimental governance favours processes over measurable outcomes. Therefore, the FATF’s success in combating ‘dirty money’ is, at best, open to debate.
Poster: Ian Roberge_Poster_Nov. 14_18
Speakers: Ian Roberge
Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Time: 12 pm – 1:30 pm
Location: Senior Common Room, 140 McLaughlin College
For further information, please contact Vicky Carnevale at: x: 33824 or email@example.com
Hosted by the Office of the Head of McLaughlin College.