Syllabus for SPCH 13111SPCH 1311: Introduction to SpeechCommunicationSyllabus for FL 2017Instructor information:Dr. Cristina M. SullivanAdjunct Instructor of SpeechOffice Phone: TBAEmail address: [email protected]Contact and communication information:Email messages will be responded to within 24-hours during the week, Monday thruFriday.Office hours (available for fast email reply, or by office phone):•By appointment (Google Hangout or Collaborate)Students are expected to communicate professionally, using only their DCCCD emailaddresses. I cannot (legally) respond to emails from any other email address. You arealso encouraged to communicate using the Blackboard discussion board andBlackboard IM.TextbookCommunicating for Success, by Cheryl Hamilton and Bonnie CreelISBN-13: 978-0205524754ISBN-10: 0205524753Any option (rent, e-book, buy) that will provide you with the textbook will satisfy the textbookrequirements for Fundamentals of Speech, SPCH 1311.Special Materials and Requirements:This is a fully online class.Students must have regular access to a computer with astable internet connection.You will need a camera to record your presentation. Youmust be willing to share your presentation with classmates assigned to review yourspeech.I will have everyone sign a form that they will not allow others to view theirclassmates’ speeches or post other student’s presentations on social media.This isa contract that must be taken seriously.We will be respectful of our classmates andensure watching other people’s presentations is done solely for academic purposeswithin this course.
Syllabus for SPCH 13112Presentation upload requirements.You will upload your presentation to theappropriate assignment.You have several options to do so:1.Upload to Screencast-O-Matic at(best option toshow your visual aid while you are speaking).2.Upload to YouTube (you can make it to where only people with the link can see itand it is non-searchable by the public) and send me the link via the assignment.3.Upload to Vimeo.com (can put a password on it but will need to share thepassword with me) and send me the link via the assignment.Students must also have access to a back-up, in case of technical issues.Studentsare permitted to use computers at any DCCCD campus, or at other sites like publiclibraries.Students should create and make use of free Google email accounts, especially tosave and back up major writing assignments.Students should be familiar with and check their DCCCD email accounts at leastonce per day.Students should log in to Blackboard at least once per day.Work is due according tothe schedule in Blackboard.Late work cannot be accepted and technology issues willnot justify the late submission of assignments.