ISDA 101 Online Learning Tools and Strategies for Success
Introduces students to a variety of successful strategies in the use of new and emerging technologies found in today’s online environment. Covers learning management tools, web conferencing, social software, university resources, skills for success in an online environment. Delivered 100% asynchronously online. (1 unit)
Any undergraduate student who does not successfully complete ISDA 101 in the first 4 weeks of the semester will be placed on university academic notice. After a discussion with the BSISDA Program Coordinator, an undergraduate student may be allowed to retake ISDA 101 if the student presents compelling reasons for not having completed the course. If the ISDA 101 class is not passed on the second attempt, the student will be disqualified from the University. A hold will be placed on the student’s ability to register for other classes until ISDA 101 has been successfully passed by the second attempt.