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Course Title CRN Instructors Start End
Accelerated Courses          
MOT 120040 Medical Office Financial Management 21998 Tillapaugh P 10/15/14 12/3/14
           
Hybrid Courses          
MOT 120040 Medical Office Financial Management 21998 Tillapaugh P 10/15/14 12/3/14
HPR 115640 Gerontology for Care Providers 23008 FACULTY 10/18/14 11/8/14
SBM 112040 Financing a Small Business 22227 Cassaday J 11/4/14 11/13/14
NUA 105240 Home Health Aide Theory 23011 FACULTY 11/10/14 12/8/14
HHP 213640 Spiritual Care 23007 Wilder E 11/11/14 12/9/14
HPR 156240 Introduction to Hospice Nursing 23009 FACULTY 11/11/14 12/9/14
SBM 113040 Writing a Business Plan 22228 Emmer R 11/18/14 12/4/14
           
Online Courses          
           
Self-Paced/Flex Courses          
BTE 108401 Ten-Key by Touch 20698 Burrus P    
ECE 111401 Infant/Toddler Theory/Practice 22391 Peterson S    
ECE 111402 Infant/Toddler Theory/Practice 22804 Peterson S    
ECE 288411 Practicum II: Early Childh Education 21847 Kneppe J    
ECE 288412 Practicum II: Early Childh Education 22396 Kneppe J    
ENG 122401 English Composition  22723 FACULTY    
ENY 231411 Solar Contracting 22789 FACULTY    
FIW 203411 Furniture III-Chair Making 22772 FACULTY    
FST 209401 Fire Protection Systems 22767 FACULTY    
HPR 215411 Phlebotomy Refresher 20979 Stoffel R    
PED 110401 Fitness Center Activity I 22094 Roppolo A    
PED 111401 Fitness Center Activity II 22095 Roppolo A    
PHI 111411 Introduction to Philosophy 22288 Edwards K    
PHI 111412 Introduction to Philosophy 22508 Edwards K    
PHI 112411 Ethics 22289 Mabey J    
PHI 112412 Ethics 22509 Mabey J    
PHI 114411 Comparative Religions 22290 Edwards K    
PHI 114412 Comparative Religions 22510 Edwards K    
PHO 161411 Digital Capture Processing I 22788 FACULTY    
           
Lakewood Weekend College          
FIW 277602 Wooden Handplane Making 23266 Gillespie S 10/17/14 10/25/14
PSY 101601 General Psychology I 21537 Garland C 10/17/14 11/1/14
PSY 276601  Assertiveness Training 21777 Courson R 10/17/14 10/18/14
SBM 110601  Managing a Small Business 20895 Warren T 10/17/14 10/18/14
CAR 125601 Roofing Materials and Methods 21784 Nelson D 10/18/14 10/19/14
COM 263601 Conflict Resolution 21517 Merritts E 10/18/14 10/25/14
HWE 100601 Human Nutrition 20868 DeBell L 10/18/14 11/1/14
MAN 117601 Time Management 20869 Levine K 10/24/14 10/25/14
EIC 124602 Electrical Safety Requirements 21812 Thatcher R 10/25/14 11/1/14
COM 126601 Communication in Healthcare 23386 Rutt D 10/25/14 11/9/14
HVA 113602 Refrigerant Recovery Training 20899 Oldani H 10/25/14 11/1/14
MUS 120602  Music Appreciation: 22088 Studinger B 10/31/14 11/15/14
COM 125602 Interpersonal Communication 21729 Dewald S 11/1/14 11/16/14
PLU 108601  Soldering and Brazing Skill 22516 Cerovski M 11/1/14 11/1/14
ENY 132601 NABCEP Entry Level Prep Class 22152 FACULTY 11/7/14 12/5/14
GEO 105601  World Regional Geography 21261 Rahtz D 11/7/14 11/22/14
HIS 247601   20th Century World History 21260 Donalson 11/7/14 11/22/14
PSY 249601  Abnormal Psycholo 22118 Kelly K 11/7/14 11/22/14
SBM 112601  Financing a Small Business 20896 Campbell J 11/7/14 11/8/14
SOC 220601 Sociology of Religion: 22248 Stableiln S 11/7/14 11/22/14
GEY 125601 Plate Tectonics 22570 Peavey N 11/8/14 11/9/14
FIW 126601 French Polish 22321 Nelson R 11/9/14 11/15/14
FIW 276602 Metal Spinning 23105 Wilson V 11/14/14 11/23/14
HPR 102603 CPR for Professionals 21541 Clark K 11/15/14 11/15/14
COM 265601 Effective Presentations 23129 Lindstrom G 11/22/14 12/6/14
SBM 113601 Writing a Business Plan 20897 Laverty D 12/5/14 12/6/14
  First Aid and Adult CPR 22185 Moriarty C 10/11/18 10/11/18
Arvada Weekend College          
SOC 101621 Introduction to Sociology I 20903 Yabar M 10/17/14 11/1/14
HHP 169621 Introduction to Healing Hands and Feet 20905 Thompson H 10/18/14 10/25/14
HPR 115640 Gerontology for Care Providers 23008 FACULTY 10/18/14 11/8/14
HHP 269621  Healing Presence 20891 Anselme L 11/1/14 11/8/14
PHI 123621 Native American Religion 20875 Briel J 11/7/14 11/22/14
SOC 102621  Introduction to Sociology II 22503 FACULTY 11/7/14 11/22/14
HHP 213640 Spiritual Care 23007 Wilder E 11/11/14 12/9/14
PSY 275621 PSY of Spiritual Growth 20880 Courson R 11/14/14 11/15/14
HHP 130621 Reiki Level One 20884 Paul S 11/15/14 11/22/14
HHP 110621 Neuro-Linguistic Programming 20881 FACULTY 12/6/14 12/6/14
           

 

Welcome! We are pleased that you are interested in using distance learning to increase your knowledge or complete a degree. We are certain you, too, will be pleased by this experience.

 



How well would an Online course fit your circumstances and life-style? Select one answer for each question and score as directed below.






















 

 


Scoring:

 

3 points are given for each "A" that you selected, 2 for each "B," and 1 for each "C." If you scored 20 or more, an online course is a real possibility for you.
If you scored between 11 and 20, online courses may work for you, but you may need to make a few adjustments in your schedule and study habits to succeed.
If you scored 10 or less, online courses may not currently be the best alternative for you; talk to your advisor.


Explanations:

 

The 10 questions in the questionnaire reflect some of the facts about taking Online courses:

  1. Online students sometimes can end up neglecting courses because of personal or professional circumstances unless they have compelling reasons for taking the course.
     
  2. Some students prefer the independence of an online course; others find it uncomfortable.
     
  3. Online courses give students greater freedom of scheduling, but they can require more self-discipline than on-campus classes.
     
  4. Some people learn best by physically interacting with other students and instructors, but online courses employ e-mail and online conferences for interaction.
     
  5. Online courses require you to work from written direction without face-to-face instructions.
     
  6. Online courses require a working computer and a reliable internet connection.
     
  7. Online courses require at least as much time as on-campus courses.
     
  8. Online courses frequently use technology for teaching and communications.
     
  9. On-screen materials are the primary source of directions and information in online courses.
     
  10. Some online courses require some travel to complete proctored exams.

 

Adapted from a questionnaire developed by Bob Loser, Jean Trabandit, Barbara Hathway and Teresa Donnell of Northern Virginia Community College's Extended Learning Institute.