MCC Daily Tribune Archive

Deadline Extended for SLN and Hybrid Course Development to April 15, 2014


A SUNY Learning Network (SLN) Course Proposal is used to convert an existing course to online via the Internet through the SUNY Learning Network, Blackboard platform. Faculty with basic computer skills and a willingness to adapt teaching to asynchronous environment and to participate in required training will be provided a stipend.

If you are interested in offering an existing course in the SLN format, please go to the Curriculum Database
https://employees.monroecc.edu/ETS/CurricProposals.nsf/WebPages/Home+Page?OpenDocument to complete a proposal to develop an existing course online through SLN/Blackboard by Tuesday, April 15.

The Curriculum Office is pleased to announce the development of the following ten new courses for delivery through the SUNY Learning Network beginning this academic year:

BUS 220 Applied Business Application, Barry Walker
HIS 103 African American History I, Verdis Robinson
HIS 104 African American History II, Verdis Robinson
HIS 262 The Cold War Era and the Vietnam War, William Drumright
MTH 155 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I, Karen Wells
MTH156 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II, Karen Wells
MUS 119 Music and World Cultures, Roland Fisher
PHL 108 World Religions: Western Traditions, Lynn Bartholome
PHL 109 World Religions: Eastern Traditions, Lynn Bartholome
REA 101 Critical Reading, Judi Salsburg

The Hybrid Course Proposal is used to convert an existing course to online via the Internet through the SUNY Learning Network, Blackboard platform. The supplemented face-to-face instruction may not constitute more than 50% of instruction. Faculty with online teaching experience or with basic computer skills and a willingness to adapt teaching style to asynchronous environment will be provided training. Review and approval is the responsibility of the Division Dean.

Should you have any questions or comments, please call MaryJo Witz at x2733.

Charlotte Downing
Curriculum and Program Development
04/02/2014