Desire 2 Learn
Desire2Learn is the college-wide learning management system that allows for students and faculty to connect online.
Graduate School's Academic Calendar
Campus Book Store
Matthews Medical Books and Supplies.
Electronic Access to Student Information (EASI) is an online system used by students to register for courses, view their academic records, and update their contact information.
If you forget your login or password or if you have trouble accessing the system, contact Jeff Drees at email@example.com or 414-955-8218.
Students in the Master of Public Health program have access to strong existing public health holdings that are housed in the libraries as well as in other resource centers on campus. In addition, students may use UWM’s library (through the Cooperative Access Program) and all libraries affiliated with the University of Wisconsin System.
*Students may remotely access library resources, including thousands of online journals. Contact the MCW Libraries for more information.
All public health students are required to utilize their MCW email account and may not forward their email to an outside account.
If you forget your username or password, contact the Information Services Help Desk at 414-955-4357.
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Intended to aid public health students in writing papers for coursework at the Medical College, presentations include Writing 101, The Pre-Writing Stage, General Components of a Paper, and PowerPoint Presentation Guidelines.
The resources provided are intended to aid public health students in writing papers for coursework at the Medical College of Wisconsin. These tools are available for use as often as needed, and they contain many useful links to other resources.
Describes the purpose of the writing tutorial, provides grammar resources, highlights tips and links regarding spelling errors, and emphasizes the importance of preventing plagiarism and following the MPH Student Code of Ethics.
The Pre-Writing Stage
Explains the initial steps of writing as well as how to create a timeline and outline.
General Components of a Paper
Describes various referencing systems, and provides a detailed explanation of each component of a paper: title page, abstract, introduction, purpose statement, literature review, methods, results, discussion, conclusion, references, and appendices.
PowerPoint Presentation Guidelines
Provides tips for developing engaging presentations with an emphasis on KISS, consistency, content, and resources.