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1 PROPOSAL FOR DISTANCE LEARNING/NON-TRADITIONAL COURSE DELIVERY Course Number LIN 1670 Title Writing and Grammar Existing Course New Course, if so, attach completed Course Syllabus Form 1. Delivery Method Text-based Distance Learning On-line Distance Learning Blended Class (Text-Based) Blended Class (Online) Text-Based with 2. Describe any content or skill requirements which differ from the traditional version of the course: None, other than basic Internet navigation skills. 3. Describe methods for seeking/answering student questions, advising, and providing student feedback: D2L discussion boards, , possibly live Elluminate (web conferencing) office hours. 4. Technical/Staff support needed: D2L Other Software (e.g. Tegrity, course specific such as medical coding) On-site Technician 5. Special requirements for students: Computer access Internet access 6. Textbook/instructional materials: Same as traditional Different from traditional class, explain: 7. On-campus Orientation required Yes Method(s) to accommodate students with orientation schedule conflicts: Tegrity orientation available to students with schedule conflicts. 8. Other special services, equipment, facilities, software, support, etc. needed to implement course: 9. Lab Fee required: Distance learning fee No Anne Southard April 13, 2009 Joyce Goldstein April 13, 2009 Submitted by Date Director/Department Chair Date Curriculum Committee: Approve Disapprove Action Date Special Designator entered

2 NORTHWEST FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE ADDENDUM TO THE PROPOSAL FOR DISTANCE LEARNING COURSE DELIVERY Division: Communications Course: LIN 1670, Writing and Grammar Instructor: Anne Southard Use a bulleted list or narrative to indicate how you will accommodate the following best practices, which are based on the SACS Best Practices for Electronically Offered Degree and Certificate Programs, available at 1. Provide an equivalent, though different, learning experience to that of the traditional classroom. The class uses the same textbook and has the same student learning outcomes as traditionally delivered classes. Students will achieve mastery through a variety of publisher-provided and instructor-designed materials. 2. Design assignments that require critical thinking by students. Students may present lessons to their peers on key topics and will analyze written passages in order to identify both grammar and paragraph/essay composition errors and correct them. In addition, students will compose their own written work. 3. Assess student performance (this includes reasonable measures to ensure the integrity of student work. Students will be tested online from a database of student questions; thus, each student will receive a different test of comparable difficulty. Testing is not particularly high-stakes in this class; of equal or greater weight is the written work, which will be compared in cases of questionable authorship, with a writing sample students provide at orientation. 4. Use various strategies and technologies to meet student needs and content requirements (i.e., , US mail, optional face-to-face or Elluminate workshops, Tegrity activities, discussion boards, visual and auditory stimuli v only text). Elluminate may be used for office hours, Tegrity will be used for short instructional videos, and discussion boards will be used for class discussion and answering questions. 5. Require that students interact with the instructor and with each other (2e in SACS document listed above). Elluminate may be used for office hours and will be used to contact students, ensuring contact with instructor. Students will interact with each other via discussion boards, and group work may be incorporated in addition. 6. Provide information about and/or links to other resources, including websites and the NWFSC Learning Resource Center and the databases it offers (4c in SACS document listed above). LTech is currently working on incorporating grammar widgets into the D2L site to provide interactivity to students each time they log on. In addition, various grammar and writing websites will be provided, along with the NWFSC LRC link. Once your course is approved by the Curriculum Committee, the Learning Technologies Department will support you closely during the first semester you offer the course. More detailed quality criteria will be available to help you construct an efficient, high quality course.

3 PROPOSAL FOR DISTANCE LEARNING/NON-TRADITIONAL COURSE DELIVERY Course Number FFP1510 Title Fire Service Codes and Standards Existing Course New Course, if so, attach completed Course Syllabus 1. Delivery Method Text-based Distance Learning On-line Distance Learning Blended Class (Text-Based) Blended Class (Online) Text-Based with 2. Describe any content or skill requirements which differ from the traditional version of the course: No content or skill requirement differences. 3. Describe methods for seeking/answering student questions, advising, and providing student feedback: Online discussion board postings (an open forum for student questions will be available), , chat room(s), telephone, and standard office hours. 4. Technical/Staff support needed: D2L Other Software (e.g. Tegrity, course specific such as medical coding) On-site Technician 5. Special requirements for students: Computer access 6. Textbook/instructional materials: Same as traditional Different from traditional class, 7. On-campus Orientation required Yes Method(s) to accommodate students with orientation schedule conflicts: One-on-one instructor/student sessions will be available via telephone and/or 8. Other special services, equipment, facilities, software, support, etc. needed to implement course: 9. Lab Fee required: Yes No Submitted by Date Director/Department Chair Date Curriculum Committee: Approve Disapprove Action Date Special Designator entered

4 NORTHWEST FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE ADDENDUM TO THE PROPOSAL FOR DISTANCE LEARNING COURSE DELIVERY Division: Course: Public Safety FFP1510, Fire Service Codes and Standards Instructor: Use a bulleted list or narrative to indicate how you will accommodate the following best practices, which are based on the SACS Best Practices for Electronically Offered Degree and Certificate Programs, available at 1. Provide an equivalent, though different, learning experience to that of the traditional classroom (2a in SACS document above). The decision to offer this course electronically online was based on a need to offer it at a time which would work best for the target population of students who work on a rotational shift work schedule. Students in this course will be required to develop an understanding of building and life safety codes in relation to types of occupancies, building design, fire resistance of building materials, fire problems inherent in structures and life safety considerations. Offering this course electronically online will afford them time to collect plan information and then share it in group discussion/interaction posting(s). The program this course is a part of the Emergency Administration and Management program and was developed using standards set by the International Fire Service Training Association in accordance with state and local guidelines. This course was developed for use in a Vocational Certificate Program and an Associate of Applied Science Program. The course will require students to demonstrate the ability to comprehend the application of building and life safety code enforcement methods and communicate with the instructor and fellow students at a level consistent with a two-year degree. This course is part of a complete and coherent program. All related instructional materials are appropriate and will be available to students online. 2. Design assignments that require critical thinking by students. Students will be required to submit discussion board postings based on their analysis of at least two separate case studies. Students will be required to submit at least two dropbox assignments in which they provide their understanding of selected course readings. Students will be required to critique and provide constructive feedback on at least three classmates discussion board postings.

5 3. Assess student performance (this includes reasonable measures to insure the integrity of student work (5a and b in SACS document above). The Northwest Florida State College Learning Technologies department monitors and evaluates all online courses to ensure compliance with institutional priorities and educational objectives. Department Chairs monitor and evaluate all online courses to ensure compliance with institutional priorities and educational objectives. Student performance for this course is evaluated by level of participation and by student completion of objective mid-term and final examinations. Institution wide, student performance in online courses is compared with student performance in face-to-face courses. Students are required to meet on campus with their instructor to take examinations. This provides for greater test security and student identity issues. The College has policies and procedures in place to address the integrity of student work. Students may find information on these policies and procedures in the Northwest Florida State College Student Handbook. 4. Use various technologies to meet student needs and content requirements (i.e., the discussion board, mail, visual and auditory stimuli vs. only text). (1i and 2e in SACS document above). Northwest Florida State College incorporates the Desire2Learn online learning platform for online courses. This platform is widely used among institutions of higher education. The technology is supported by the Northwest Florida State College Learning Technologies Department, the Northwest Florida State College Information Technology Division, and the product manufacturer. This product is updated on a regular basis to meet student and faculty needs. Interaction in this course will be facilitated primarily through the use of discussion board postings; therefore, the majority of the interaction will be asynchronous. Chat room sessions will be scheduled allowing an opportunity for synchronous interaction. 5. Require that students interact with the instructor and with each other (2e in SACS document above). Students will be required to interact with the instructor at a minimum through electronic mail, discussion board postings, and file transfers. Interaction will also be available using chat rooms, telephone, office hours, and other reasonable means. Students will be required to interact with each other at a minimum through discussion board postings. Interaction will also be available using electronic mail, file transfers, chat rooms, and other reasonable means. 6. Provide links to other resources, including websites and the NWFSC Learning Resource Center and the databases it offers (4c in SACS document above). Students will have access to technical resources through use of the Northwest Florida State College Learning Technology Department s Distance Learning web site.

6 Students can complete the college admissions process, registration, fee payment, textbook purchase, advising and many other services online. Once your course is approved by the Curriculum Committee, the Instructional Technology and Distance Learning Department will support you closely during the first semester you offer the course. More detailed quality criteria will be available to help you construct an efficient, high quality course.

7 PROPOSAL FOR DISTANCE LEARNING/NON-TRADITIONAL COURSE DELIVERY Course Number GEB1214 Title Business and Supervision Terminology Existing Course New Course, if so, attach completed Course Syllabus Form 1. Delivery Method Text-based Distance Learning On-line Distance Learning Blended Class (Text-Based) Blended Class (Online) Text-Based with 2. Describe any content or skill requirements which differ from the traditional version of the course: There are no differences. The course is designed as an independent learning experience. 3. Describe methods for seeking/answering student questions, advising, and providing student feedback: Students may telephone or the instructor for quick response questions. Students may also make face-toface appointments with the instructor. Student alerts and reminders will be sent via NWFSC student and US mail. These items will prompt students to keep current with course assignments, provide quick-check reviews to self-test course progress, and remind students to contact the instructor with questions or concerns. Technical/Staff support needed: D2L Other Software (e.g. Tegrity, course specific such as medical coding) On-site Technician 4. Special requirements for students: x Computer access Access to internet for researching selected assignments. 5. Textbook/instructional materials: x Same as traditional Different from traditional class, explain: There is no textbook for this course. The course guide serves as the text. 6. On-campus Orientation required x YesMethod(s) to accommodate students with orientation schedule conflicts: Individual appointments; with telephone follow-up 7. Other special services, equipment, facilities, software, support, etc. needed to implement course: 8. Lab Fee required: Yes No Jill White Submitted by Date Director/Department Chair Date Curriculum Committee: Approve Disapprove Action Date Special Designator entered NORTHWEST FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE

8 ADDENDUM TO THE PROPOSAL FOR DISTANCE LEARNING COURSE DELIVERY Division: Course: Instructor: BUSINESS GEB 1214 BUSINESS AND SUPERVISION TERMINOLOGY DR. JILL WHITE Use a bulleted list or narrative to indicate how you will accommodate the following best practices, which are based on the SACS Best Practices for Electronically Offered Degree and Certificate Programs, available at 1. Provide an equivalent, though different, learning experience to that of the traditional classroom. There are no differences. The course is designed as an independent learning experience. 2. Design assignments that require critical thinking by students. Selected assignments will require students to review make recommendations regarding hypothetical workplace situations, requiring analysis, synthesis and decision-making. Additional assignments require techniques of compare and contrast for selected course concepts/ideas.. 3. Assess student performance (this includes reasonable measures to ensure the integrity of student work. A variety of student assessment activities are included: case analysis, short answer/definition tests, individual or group project with written response and limited outside research requirement. 4. Use various strategies and technologies to meet student needs and content requirements (i.e., , US mail, optional face-to-face or Elluminate workshops, Tegrity activities, discussion boards, visual and auditory stimuli v only text). This independent learning course will employ , US mail, online research/review, and online or in-person interaction with other classmates to complete course project. 5. Require that students interact with the instructor and with each other (2e in SACS document listed above). See #4 above; also, there are six points during the course that require the student to contact the instructor via , US mail, and/or in-person. 6. Provide information about and/or links to other resources, including websites and the NWFSC Learning Resource Center and the databases it offers (4c in SACS document listed above). The course guide provides an entire page listing resources available to the students, from selected tutorial websites, Ask-a-Librarian, and Smarthinking, to specific online and on-campus resources (ASC, Math Lab, etc.) Once your course is approved by the Curriculum Committee, the Learning Technologies Department will support you closely during the first semester you offer the course. More detailed quality criteria will be available to help you construct an efficient, high quality course.

9 PROPOSAL FOR DISTANCE LEARNING/NON-TRADITIONAL COURSE DELIVERY Course Number SPN 2220 Title SPANISH III Existing Course New Course, if so, attach completed Course Syllabus Form 1. Delivery Method Text-based Distance Learning On-line Distance Learning Audio-Based Distance Learning Video-Based Distance Learning Blended Class (Text-Based) Simulcast Public Broadcast (PJC and Cox Cable) Blended Class (Online) Text-Based with Public Broadcast with other Delivery; explain Mixed Delivery or other option; explain Professor will meet with students once a week. Assignments using a web based learning center and workbook/textbook will be used. 2. Describe any content or skill requirements which differ from the traditional version of the course Be able to use a computer and have access to internet. 3. Describe methods for seeking/answering student questions, advising, and providing student feedback Computer , phone, face to face with instructor 4. Technical/Staff support needed: D2L Other Web Software On-site Technician Other, explain 5. Special requirements for students: Computer Access other, explain Computers must have speakers for audio component. 6. Textbook/instructional materials: Same as traditional Different from traditional class; explain 7. On-campus Orientation required Yes No, explain N/A 8. Other special services, equipment, facilities, software, support, etc. needed to implement course 9. Lab Fee required Yes No María Helena López 3/6/09 Joyce A. Goldstein 3/6/09 Submitted by Date Director/Department Chair Date Curriculum Committee: Approve Disapprove Action Date Special Designator entered 7/04; rev 1/06; rev 4/06

10 Northwest Florida State College Addendum to the Proposal for Distance Learning Course Delivery for Online Class Sections Division: Communications Course: SPN2220 Spanish III Instructor: Maria Helena Lopez Using bullets or a list format, please explain briefly how you plan to implement the Seven Best Practices for Online Learning, adapted for individual classes from SACS Best Practices for Electronically Offered Degree and Certificate Programs at 1. Provide an equivalent, though different, learning experience to that of the traditional classroom (2a in SACS document above). Students will complete online exercises using designated websites and website links. Students will research academic material via internet for class discussions, quizzes and tests. 2. Design assignments that require critical thinking by students. Students will complete online exercises that demonstrate their ability to understand and use the language by responding to and/or describing scenes and written texts. Experience with natural language will be enhanced by assigned activities using Spanish language websites that will include current news, advertisement, music, and poetry. 3. Assess student performance (this includes reasonable measures to insure the integrity of student work (5a and b in SACS document above). Online quizzes will be administered and students will receive immediate feedback. Exams will also be administered in a traditional setting. Class presentations and discussions will take place in a traditional setting and students abilities will be assessed by the instructor using traditional grading techniques. Students grades will be calculated as follows: Online work will contribute 50% to their final grade and traditional in class work will contribute 50%. 4. Use various technologies to meet student needs and content requirements (i.e., the discussion board, mail, visual and auditory stimuli vs. only text). (1i and 2e in SACS document above). The use of web based exercises to enhance natural language leaning will be used. Website quizzes and tests to assess learning of material being discussed. Frequent communication with students The use of online Spanish short films for class discussion Online educational Spanish music programs will be used for vocabulary and pronunciation enhancement 5. Require that students interact with the instructor and with each other (2e in SACS document above). Professor will meet with students weekly Frequent student student; student professor interaction Students will work in groups and submit material as a group 6. Provide links to other resources, including websites and the OWC Learning Resource Center and the databases it offers (4c in SACS document above). mhhe.com/puntos8 : Textbook program that provides tutoring and practice for tests masarriba.com: Online workbook eltiempo.com: Online current news from around the world nwfstatecollege.edu: provides students with access to online resources Once your course is approved by the Curriculum Committee, the Instructional Technology and Distance Learning Department will support you closely during the first semester you offer the course. More detailed quality criteria will be available to help you construct an efficient, high quality course.

11 PROPOSAL FOR DISTANCE LEARNING/NON-TRADITIONAL COURSE DELIVERY Course Number COP2362 Title Advanced Programming in C# (C-Sharp) Existing Course New Course, if so, attach completed Course Syllabus Form 1. Delivery Method Text-based Distance Learning On-line Distance Learning Blended Class (Text-Based) Blended Class (Online) Text-Based with 2. Describe any content or skill requirements which differ from the traditional version of the course: This course builds upon the content and skills acquired from the foundational / prerequisite courses: COP1006 and COP Describe methods for seeking/answering student questions, advising, and providing student feedback: Office telephone, , Desire-2-Learn instructor/student interaction, office hours. 4. Technical/Staff support needed: xx D2L Other Software (e.g. Tegrity, course specific such as medical coding) On-site Technician 5. Special requirements for students: xx xx Computer access 6. Textbook/instructional materials: xx Same as traditional Different from traditional class, explain: 7. On-campus Orientation required xx Yes Method(s) to accommodate students with orientation schedule conflicts: Reschedule during office hours. 8. Other special services, equipment, facilities, software, support, etc. needed to implement course: 9. Lab Fee required: Yes xx No Heidi Gentry-Kolen 8/03/04 Submitted by Date Director/Department Chair Date Curriculum Committee: Approve Disapprove Action Date Special Designator entered

12 NORTHWEST FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE ADDENDUM TO THE PROPOSAL FOR DISTANCE LEARNING COURSE DELIVERY Division: Business and Computer Technology Course: COP 2362 Instructor: Heidi Gentry Kolen Use a bulleted list or narrative to indicate how you will accommodate the following best practices, which are based on the SACS Best Practices for Electronically Offered Degree and Certificate Programs, available at 1. Provide an equivalent, though different, learning experience to that of the traditional classroom. Students will be provided discussion threads/boards which will encourage student-tostudent learning opportunities. Students will be provided open chat rooms / sessions which will encourage student-tostudent learning opportunities. Students will be provided virtual lectures through Power Point presentations which will lead them through the curriculum in written form. Students will be provided visual/audible lectures through Tegrity video and audio / mp3 presentations and podcasts which will lead them through the curriculum in visual / audible format. Students will be provided a video recording of the in class section of the course classes. 2. Design assignments that require critical thinking by students. Students will discuss material / curriculum presented within the course discussion threads. o Students will be required to come up with important questions regarding the chapter objectives/concepts. Professor will provide guided questions within the discussion threads which will influence exploration of the concepts presented. 3. Assess student performance (this includes reasonable measures to ensure the integrity of student work. There will be weekly quizzes on the course content. There will be weekly written assignments which will be processed through TurnItIn before the professor grades the content of the assignment. There will be practical programming practices which will be assessed by the professor and feedback will be given within a week of submission. 4. Use various strategies and technologies to meet student needs and content requirements (i.e., , US mail, optional face-to-face or Elluminate workshops, Tegrity activities, discussion boards, visual and auditory stimuli v only text). The professor will use discussion boards to facilitate student-to-student learning. The professor will use discussion boards to facilitate cirtical thinking development through guided questions. The processor will provide video recordings of traditional classroom lectures ( when available ). The professor will use Tegrity to provide video/audible personal lectures for the student. The professor will use Tegrity to provide mp3 download and podcasts of the lectures to the students. The professor will use Elluminate to offer online office hours and workshops for students. 5. Require that students interact with the instructor and with each other (2e in SACS document listed above).

13 Students will be provided discussion threads/boards which will encourage student-tostudent learning opportunities. Students will be provided open chat rooms / sessions which will encourage student-tostudent learning opportunities. Students will be provided discussion threads/boards which will encourage instructor-tostudent learning opportunities. Students will be provided open chat rooms / sessions which will encourage instructor-tostudent learning opportunities. and phone communication will also be used. 6. Provide information about and/or links to other resources, including websites and the NWFSC Learning Resource Center and the databases it offers (4c in SACS document listed above). The professor will maintain additional resources website which will provide external links to supplemental information including but not limited to online journals and articles, necessary software/compilers used for the class, necessary or optional software the student may want to use to supplement his/her learning. The professor will maintain links to NWFSC learning Resource Center and the databases it offers. Once your course is approved by the Curriculum Committee, the Learning Technologies Department will support you closely during the first semester you offer the course. More detailed quality criteria will be available to help you construct an efficient, high quality course.

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