HISTORY111WWSummer18 (1).docx - TITLE COURSE INFORMATION History 111– History of the American People to 1865 3 Credit hours IAI S2900 PeopleSoft

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TITLE & COURSE INFORMATION: History 111– History of the American People to 1865/ 3 Credit hours IAI#: S2900 PeopleSoft 5-digit code :10446 3. CONTACT INFORMATION: Instructor: Lisa Bathe E-mail: [email protected] Telephone: 773-644-1425 (I check my e-mail more frequently than my phone ) Office Hour (live online): Sundays 9 pm – 10 pm Office Hour Location: Blackboard Collaborate (found under “Course Tools”) Course Communication: Your instructor receives email communications only through your student CCC email account. Technical Assistance Help Desk: You can obtain technical and computer help desk assistance by contacting Online Learning: Online Learning Harold Washington College 30 East Lake Street Chicago, Il 60601 Contact : Phone: 312-553-2600 Website : http:// ccc . edu / onlinelearning Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 7:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. 4. COURSE TERM: Weeks 8 CREDIT: 3 credit hours YEAR : 2018 Class Schedule: This course is scheduled for 8 weeks. The summer term class dates are from June 6 th through July 28th. Please note the following exceptions: NOTE : Wednesday, July 4, 2018 (Independence Day) (No assignments due or required examinations on this date). 5. REQUIRED TEXTS & MATERIALS: The American Yawp: This is a free online textbook that is being used for the class. It has both the textbook and the primary sources. Click on the link or cut and paste it in your browser. 6. PREREQUISITES: Eligibility for English 101, or ACT English Score range within (21-36), or consent of Department Chairperson. 7. DELIVERY FORMAT: Web-Based Courses (WW): This course takes place completely on the Internet through the use of the Blackboard course management system ( ). You are
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required to purchase textbooks, workbooks, study guides, and/or software. Throughout the semester, log on to the course website to gain access to course content, announcements, homework assignments, and communicate with me. Discussion forums and chat provide a high level of interaction between the class and instructor. You may be required to take exams online, in a proctored setting, at any one of the seven City Colleges of Chicago. Please note that some WW courses may also include mandatory on-campus sessions. 8. COURSE MEETING TIME/SYNCHRONOUS SESSIONS: On three separate days, minimum (e.g. two weeks after the semester begins and before the midterm and final exam periods), we will meet as a class (i.e. all at the same time) using Blackboard Collaborate. Specific dates and times are posted below in the Announcements section of Blackboard. For those who are unable to participate, special arrangements will be made please contact the instructor prior to these sessions regarding this option. (The instructor can also state how this will occur such as a posted transcript of a chat session).
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