Syllabus Management

Syllabus Management

All current syllabi must be approved and uploaded prior to the start of each course.

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On-Campus Common Syllabus - Template
This Word document serves as a syllabus template for a traditional (TRAD) on-campus course. Download this document and update with your course information.

Online Common Syllabus - Template
This Word document serves as a syllabus template for a distance learning course, either blended (BL), hybrid (HY), or fully online (WEB). Download this document and update with your course information.

Common Syllabus Guidelines
These guidelines will help you fill out the template properly, ensure your document is ADA compliant, and upload it to the Online Classroom.
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New Section Examples
In order to assist instructors in the achievement of Quality Matters course certification, two new sections were added to the common syllabus. The following are some examples of what instructors may create in those two sections (Course Purpose and Recommended Student Competencies/Skills).
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Syllabus Attachment 2019-2020
This document provides students with information about resources available to them that might help them with their coursework and retention. 
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The Syllabus Attachment should be provided to your students in one or more of the following methods:

  1. Upload the PDF to your Online Classroom.
  2. Add the link to your Online Classroom.
  3. Direct students to the link found near the end of the common syllabus.
  4. Disseminate a paper copy (least preferred method).
Create a PDF from a Word document
Ideally, the final version of your syllabus should be in PDF form. This document provides instructions on how to convert a Word document into a PDF document.
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When complete, upload your syllabus PDF to your Online Classroom and submit it via the Syllabus Submission Form prior to the start of each course.