Lowlow Essay

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School: School of Arts and Humanities Course Number: COLL 100 Course Name: Foundations of Online Learning Credit Hours: 3 Length of Course: 8 weeks Prerequisite: None | Table of Contents | Instructor Information | Evaluation Procedures | Course Description | Grading Scale | Course Scope | Course Outline | Course Objectives | Policies | Course Delivery Method | Academic Services | Course Resources | Selected Bibliography | Instructor Information | (http://www.apu.apus.edu/academic/faculty-members/bio/2142/helen-wilkins) Course Description | College 100 is designed to provide a solid foundation for undergraduate study in the online environment. Students will be introduced to learning theory, the tools available in the online classroom and campus, and online research. Identification of personal learning style allows students to improve their study/learning techniques and prepares them to succeed in college level courses. Students will be introduced to formatting and citation styles. APUS policy and procedure is addressed. Written communication is emphasized to assist learners in the transition to the online environment and to support their success in their academic and personal careers. Course Scope | This course is designed for students who are new to APUS, may be new to online learning, and who may or may not be new to post-secondary education at an accredited institution of higher learning. After successful completion of College 100 students will have: A. Investigated and developed habits of a successful online student; B. Experienced the culture of American Public University; C. Identified and used resources provided by the university to support student success; D. Developed scholarly writing skills to include an understanding of academic honesty and information literacy; and E. Formulated

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