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COM 170 - Communication Environments
Offered By Western Connecticut State University - 3 credits
     
Instructor: William Petkanas  
Instructor Email: Petkanasw@wcsu.edu
     
Semester:
Date Range:
Summer 2012
From May 21, 2012 To June 25, 2012
     
Course Level: Undergraduate
Cost:   $0.00
Course Type: Credit
Add'l Out-of-State Cost:   $0.00
Course Delivery: Online
Add'l Fees:   None
 
Per Semester Fee:   None
Registration Deadline: 5/21/2012
Late Registration Fee:   None
     

Description: Students examine the ways in which the nature of communication in selected social and mass media environments influences our attitudes and behavior. Fall semester. Students are required to participate in course-related activities.

Required Textbooks: Please visit the WCSU Bookstore for textbook information: http://wcsu.bncollege.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/TBWizardView?catalogId=10001&storeId=47055&langId=-1

Prerequisites: None

Additional Info: 2012 Summer Registration Form: http://www.wcsu.edu/summer/ugrad-sum11.pdf

Registration Info: http://www.wcsu.edu/registration/

Technical Info: E-Learning at WestConn

Westconn currently uses Blackboard Vista 8 as its E-Learning course management system. It allows faculty to supplement their on-ground courses with online components, or to use for fully online courses.

Virtual Course Environment

Blackboard Vista is an academic enterprise system that supports online learning. The tools and components built into Vista combine to support students, course designers, administrators and instructors with their online instructional activities. With a standard Web browser, students and instructors can login from anywhere in the world to access their class materials and interact with one another.

Blackboard Vista includes a virtual course environment built to support different teaching styles and learning needs. Blackboard Vista is designed to provide the tools for faculty to prepare, deliver, and manage their courses. Institutions of all sizes — even the largest educational systems or consortia — can reliably scale their e-learning programs, create powerful efficiencies enterprise-wide, and support the growing demands of all academic constituents.

   

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