Darton State College Catalog 2014-2015 - page 305

COPR 1124 Online Communication Technologies
A course designed to introduce the student to a variety of communication
technologies that can be used in the online classroom environment. Students
will learn how to use discussion boards, email, voice/video chat, instant
messaging, and blog/journaling within their courses to enhance student-teacher
and student-student communication.
Prerequisites: None. Corequisites: None.
Offered: On demand.
COPR 1125 Instructional Design of the Online Course
A course designed to familiarize students with the process of instructional design.
This course will introduce students to the systematic process of analyzing the
learner, developing & selecting objectives, assessment instruments, & instruc-
tional materials & evaluating & re-evaluating the instructional design of a course.
Prerequisites: None.
Corequisites: None.
Offered: On demand.
COPR 1131 Success in Online Instruction and Learning
This course is designed for those who are or may be facilitating online courses.
This course demonstrates and shares a spectrum of online learning concepts,
theories, and principles using interactive and collaborative experiences. It is
designed to improve the facilitation skills of faculty members and business
trainers who offer online courses and is focused on theory, concepts, and
practices for effective online facilitation. Credit for graduation may be received
only for COPR 1114 or COPR 1131. COPR 1114 and COPR 1131 are related
courses; credit may not be received for both.
Prerequisites: None.
Corequisites: None.
Offered: On demand.
COPR 2235 Database Management Systems
The study of database management theory and practice. Experience with
designing, creating and utilizing databases will be achieved through hands-on
projects using a popular software package such as Microsoft Access.
Prerequisite: CISM 2201 with grade of C or better or permission of instructor.
Offered: On demand.
COPR 2244 Introduction to Networking
Provides an overview of LAN, MAN, and WAN networking concepts and
technologies including media, devices, topologies, the OSI model, protocols,
network architectures, and troubleshooting techniques. Basic network
administration and concepts are introduced with an emphasis on practical
networking situations.
Prerequisite: Completion of Learning Support requirements.
Offered: On demand.
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