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This online course will probably be unlike any college course you have ever taken. It is designed to let you — the students — discover and create your own knowledge. If you’ve not taken an online course before, you will essentially be '''teaching yourself''' with my guidance. I’m assuming, since you’re taking this class online, that you are comfortable with working by yourself, are confident in your ability to take risks and try new approaches, do not need the constant reassurance of an authority figure, and have a basic Internet literacy. Please enter with an open mind. If you’re curious to know more, you might want to read my [[Teaching Philosophy|teaching philosophy]] and peruse the articles under [[:Category:Hack.Edu|HackEdu]].
 
This online course will probably be unlike any college course you have ever taken. It is designed to let you — the students — discover and create your own knowledge. If you’ve not taken an online course before, you will essentially be '''teaching yourself''' with my guidance. I’m assuming, since you’re taking this class online, that you are comfortable with working by yourself, are confident in your ability to take risks and try new approaches, do not need the constant reassurance of an authority figure, and have a basic Internet literacy. Please enter with an open mind. If you’re curious to know more, you might want to read my [[Teaching Philosophy|teaching philosophy]] and peruse the articles under [[:Category:Hack.Edu|HackEdu]].
  
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{{mbox|type=speedy|title=Online Statement|text=If you are uncomfortable making decisions, researching your own answers, working consistently on your own, making mistakes, teaching yourself, or get frustrated easily, you may be more comfortable in a traditional, face-to-face section of this course. {{crossreference|(See [[Considerations for Online Courses]].)}} }}<noinclude>{{documentation}}</noinclude>

Latest revision as of 14:15, 13 August 2019

This online course will probably be unlike any college course you have ever taken. It is designed to let you — the students — discover and create your own knowledge. If you’ve not taken an online course before, you will essentially be teaching yourself with my guidance. I’m assuming, since you’re taking this class online, that you are comfortable with working by yourself, are confident in your ability to take risks and try new approaches, do not need the constant reassurance of an authority figure, and have a basic Internet literacy. Please enter with an open mind. If you’re curious to know more, you might want to read my teaching philosophy and peruse the articles under HackEdu.

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Syllabus templates.

General

  • {{Intro}} — Syllabus intro statement (no header)
  • {{In Info}} — Instructor information
  • {{Materials}} — Materials statement
  • {{Online}} — Online statement (no header)
  • {{QEP}} — QEP for Undergraduate Research

Requirements

Schedule

  • {{Schedule}} — General schedule statement

Policies

See Also

Course information templates.

SLO templates.