Available courses

Student workers play an important role supporting Manhattan College all over campus.

This moodle course is set up in learning modules that will allow for students  to complete specific online learning modules that are pertinent to their position - the same as a class assignment.  Supervisors want their student employees to be successful and learn basic workplace skills in an office environment, this Moodle course is designed to set students up for success on the job at Manhattan College and upon graduation

The modules are built for maximum flexibility so that they can be completed over a period of time (such as when work is slow). Multiple modules may also be completed in one day.




Course will serve as a guide for Public Safety Officers when learning to navigate best practices for procedures related to parking rules at Manhattan College.

Conference Services Training course provides an overview of what it takes to be successful as a Conference Services student worker at Manhattan College.

Digital Accessibility is the practice of insuring that all people, including those with disabilities, can access and use our electronic resources and communications. Digital accessibility is very important, because not only is it the law, it promotes a more inclusive experience for all people using the web.
Digital Accessibility can be promoted for common elements such as:

  • Websites
  • Software
  • Computer hardware and software
  • Videos
  • Documents
  • Presentations
  • Mobile Devices
Utilizing practice that promote digital accessibility helps those with hearing difficulties, visual difficulties, cognitive & neurological disabilities, and physical disabilities.

This course will give you an outline of how to evaluate your personal resources and decide how and when to use them.

This course is geared toward instructors and provides a general overview of how to navigate and set up course content in Moodle. This includes:

  1. General Information
  2. Getting Started with Moodle
  3. Adding Activities
  4. Adding Resources
  5. Advanced Features
  6. Copying Classes
  7. Respondus Quiz Creator
  8. Gradebook
  9. Course Design Tools

The CS&O Cross Training Course is meant to combine the knowledge of both CS and Ops technicians into one curriculum meant to improve fluency in all aspects of technology as well as allow for a diversified set of skills.

Topics covered will include:

  • Installation and setup of various equipment including Kramer.
  • Thorough Knowledge of Projector Diagnosis & Troubleshooting.
  • Communication
  • Including Projector Dismount Instructions
  • Projector Bulb Inventory
  • Instructions for changing Projector Bulbs


Orientation course for new STARS working in Client Services and Operations.

Course should be completed on first day of employment.

Course outlines the best use of Google Apps to increase productivity, it is designed for Faculty, Staff and Students. There is an emphasis on using Google tools to improve work flow optimization, collaboration and teamwork.


This course provides training resources for new Resource Managers.

This course will highlight how to use various features in 25Live Mobile as well as 25Live Pro.

Orientation course for Events Management staff will provide an overview of what it takes to be successful as an Event Services staff member at Manhattan College.

A variety of solutions and best practices for solving issues will be introduced.

Opportunities and links to resources which can be consulted while working are available in this course and allow staff to get more in depth knowledge of a topic at a later date.