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Here are a few sample courses so you can see what an online course actually looks like. No login needed. Simply click on each link and see how the course is setup...

Sample Online Courses

INTE 5670: Webinars & Synchronous Learning Events - View Sample 

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is course students learn how to plan, produce, and deliver an online webinar, using state-of-the-art synchronous tools and proven practices of design. Topics in the course include audience analysis; platform skills for presenting in synchronous online events; managing and leveraging audience participation; tool selection; basic visual design principles; evaluation and presentation methods; attendance tracking; and methods for promoting and increasing awareness of your events.

THTR 3611: Drama of Diversity E01 - View Sample

In THTR 3611 students examine diversity and prejudices of all kinds -- racism, ageism, issues of gender, etc., as seen through the mediums of Film and Theatre. Upon completion of this course, students should have developed a richer and deeper insight into themselves and their own values, as reflected and challenged in the process of analyzing diversity in dramatic literature and theatre, film, and possibly TV performances.

ENGL 2030: Core Composition II EO1 - View Sample

English 2030 is a core writing course designed to prepare you for future persuasive writing and the research processes that inform that writing. During the semester you will use invention strategies, researching, drafting, argument, documentation, and collaborative learning to produce well-written, appropriately documented text. You will also learn to practice critical thinking, reading and writing necessary for your other college courses and for your thoughtful participation in the world beyond school.

INTE 5680 E01: Integrating Media into eLearning Environments - View Sample

INTE 5680 is all about integrating media and mobile into e-Learning environments. Students learn about different types of media, some of the allowances and constraints of them in e-Learning environments and also spend time creating media.

We'll also explore some of the new paradigms in elearning and the platforms that support them. This course in itself will serve as an experiment to define the legitimacy and potential of a post LMS world. ​​​

CRJU 5391 E01: Sex Offenders and Offenses - View Sample

CRJU 5391 examines the problem of sexual abuse, and provides students with a foundation to understand:

  • The incidence of sexual abuse
  • The etiology
  • Policy issues
  • Best practices in the assessment, treatment and management of sex offenders

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