INF 303D - Academic Success in the Digital University
|Course Number||Course Title||Semester||Day & Time||Instructor||Course Fee||Register|
|INF 303D||Academic Success in the Digital University||Summer 2020||Online||Molly McGee||$850.00|
This course is intended to teach undergraduate students to navigate and use digital information resources, tools and skills that will help them to excel in their studies at a modern “digital” university. Topics include the digital basics of online learning; UT Libraries and introduction to scholarly communication; academic honesty, copyright and Creative Commons and academic publishing; the internet and networking basics; basic website design and usability; information security and privacy basics; and digital citizenship and information ethics.
Date & Location:
This course will be conducted entirely online and has no live class meetings. There are pre-set due dates for all assignments.
First class day: Monday, July 13
Last class day: Friday, August 14
None. All required media will be available via the course website.
Exposure to a wide variety of information and academic resources, tools, and skills. Focus is on the digital landscape of higher education. Subjects include features of the primary learning management system used; communication and organizational tools; library resources; basic online research resources; and ethical and safety concerns.
No refunds after 7/16/2020.