Online Instructor Requirements | Spring 2022

The requirements listed below must be met by students enrolled in online or hybrid courses:

  • Acquire course materials by the first day of class.
  • Have access to broadband or reliable internet service.
  • Log in to Canvas the first day of class, read and follow the Getting Started Instructions on the Home Page.
  • Complete the Student Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100 to become familiar with our Learning Management System, Canvas.
  • Must be able to upload/download/attach documents, open PowerPoint presentations, view/listen to video assignments, and complete quizzes/test(s).
  • Know how to access Grades and view instructor feedback on assignments.

Additional Requirements

If your instructor has requirements in addition to the above general requirements, they will be listed below. Select your class to expand the requirements.

BADM

BADM 2213 JS1 & TS1 – HYBRID – Personal Finance

Jeff Tumbleson (jtumbleson@sscc.edu)

In an effort to protect Students and Faculty and limit the spread of COVID-19, this course will be a Hybrid course with some of the students attending in-person on M and some of the students attending remotely via Zoom. On W the student attendance method will be reversed, those that attended in person on M will attend remotely on W and those that attended remotely on M will attend in person on W. This approach will allow us to observe social distancing guidelines and allow students to have direct interaction with their instructor on a weekly basis. More information will be given about which day you will be required to attend class on campus and which day you will be required to attend remotely.

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must purchase the required textbook and be able to navigate additional websites as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must have an adequate internet connection along with a microphone and a web camera to be able to participate and attend class online during the scheduled class time. Students must notify the instructor of any conflicts.
  • 4. Must be available to attend class online (a video link will be provided in MyCanvas) on the days you are scheduled to be online. Students must notify the Instructor of any conflicts.
  • 5. Must be able to complete assignments/projects and take quizzes/tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 6. It is recommended that you take one of the Student Canvas Orientation - CRDW 1100 workshops prior to taking an online course. The workshops are offered prior to and during each semester. Contact the Academic/Career advisors in the Advising Center for more information and to register.

Textbook:

  • Focus on Personal Finance
  • 7th Edition OR 6th Edition
  • Kappor
  • McGraw-Hill-Irwin
  • ISBN: 978-1-260-14099-6

BADM 2272 HC2 – Business Communications

Jeff Tumbleson (jtumbleson@sscc.edu)

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must purchase the required textbook and be able to navigate additional websites as required
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must log into the course within the first week of the semester, read the syllabus and any other documents posted by the instructor, and complete the week 1 assignment. Failure to do so will result in the student being dropped from the class.
  • 4. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete assignments/projects and take quizzes/tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 5. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. There are due dates for assignments and a no make-up policy for exams.
  • 6. It is recommended that you take one of the Student Canvas Orientation - CRDW 1100 workshops prior to taking an online course. The workshops are offered prior to and during each semester. Contact the Academic/Career advisors in the Advising Center for more information and to register.

Textbook:

  • MindTap for Business Communication: Process & Product*
  • 9th Edition
  • Guffey/Loewy
  • Cengage Publishing
  • ISBN: 9780357533406

MindTap is required for you to do your reading, homework, and quizzes, and therefore required to pass this course. MindTap contains an eBook automatically, so you do have a less expensive option to buy.

*The "Business Communication: Process & Product" textbook should be acquired through Cengage Unlimited. Cengage Unlimited allows a student to receive access to Cengage's entire textbook catalog, and all digital resources, for a flat fee.

Cengage Unlimited:

  • 1-Term Access Student/List Cost $119.99 - ISBN 9780357700037
  • 1-Year Access Student/List Cost $179.99 - ISBN 9780357700044
  • 2-Year's Access Student/List Cost $239.99 - ISBN 9780357700051

Free print rental is available with any activated Cengage Unlimited digital course. Students also given the option to purchase a loose-leaf copy to keep after they activate their digital course for anywhere between $20-$50 (price dependent on title).

BIOL

BIOL 1102 HC1 – Principles of Biology II

Kelly Schradin (kschradin@sscc.edu)

Welcome to Principles of Biology II, a continuation of Principles of Biology II, which if taken recently, you should already have the textbook with Pearson Access Code. This is an online course with no face-to-face requirements; the Lab Manual is NOT required.

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. If you don't already have them, must purchase the required textbook with Pearson's MyLab and Mastering Access Code. Optionally, you may forgo a physical textbook (though the Lab Manual is still required) and use the e-text provided by the Publisher-you can purchase the required Access Code through the Course inside of Canvas, but must do so only after the course is open. The Access Code (accompanied with purchase of new textbook) without e-text is currently $74.99 and with e-text is $119.00. There is also a temporary free 14-day access to get started.
  • Adopted Text(s):
    • Campbell Biology, 12th Ed with MyLab and Mastering Access
    • Urry, Cain, et. al
    • Pearson Publishing, 2021
    • ISBN: 978-0-13-5855782
  • 2. Log into the course on the first day of the term, read the syllabus and any other posted material and complete first assignments due by the posted deadline (failure to do so will result in removal from the course). You will receive an email with detailed instructions before the semester starts.
  • 3. Be self-disciplined and highly motivated to meet the demands/challenges of fast-paced online learning and to keep up with weekly assignments, quizzes, etc. (BE ADVISED: this course has a no extension, no make-up exam, no extra-credit policy). This is an advanced course and requires a fair amount of writing, critical analysis, and problem solving.
  • 4. Be able to upload, download, and attach documents; be able to open Adobe PDFs, Microsoft Word Documents, and PowerPoint presentations (must have Microsoft PowerPoint installed) and view and listen to videos from your computer, within MyCanvas.
  • 5. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete projects and perform virtual lab activities, take quizzes, and exams within Pearson's MyLab and Mastering.
  • 6. Be comfortable with MyCanvas tools before classes begin. It is highly recommended that students take Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100 prior to the beginning of the semester. For more information, contact Learning Services at (800) 628-7722 ext. 2882 or 2825.
  • 7. Have reliable internet service, preferably DSL or cable, and be able to use Chrome as your default browser for MyCanvas and Pearson. Some activities can be completed on a smart phone, but a computer/laptop is required for most.

BIOL 1104 HC1 – Human Biology I

Kelly Schradin (kschradin@sscc.edu)

Welcome to Human Biology I. This is an online course with no face-to-face requirements.

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must purchase the required textbook and Lab Manual with Pearson's MyLab and Mastering Access Code. Optionally, you may forgo a physical textbook (though the Lab Manual is still required) and use the e-text provided by the Publisher-you can purchase the required Access Code through the Course inside of Canvas, but must do so only after the course is open. The Access Code (accompanied with purchase of new textbook) without e-text is currently $64.99 and with e-text is $94.99. There is also a temporary free 14-day access to get started.
  • Adopted Text(s):
    • Biology of Humans with MyLab and Mastering (and accompanying laboratory manual)
    • 6th edition
    • Goodenough and McGuire
    • Pearson Publishing, 2017
    • ISBN: 0-134-656748 (Bundle: Human Biology, etext, and Lab Manual)
    • ISBN: 0-13-404544-0 (Individual Textbook)
  • 2. Log into the course on the first day of the term, read the syllabus and any other posted material and complete first assignments due by the posted deadline (failure to do so will result in removal from the course). You will receive an email with detailed instructions before the semester starts.
  • 3. Be self-disciplined and highly motivated to meet the demands/challenges of fast-paced online learning and to keep up with weekly assignments, quizzes, etc. (BE ADVISED: this course has a no extension, no make-up exam, no extra-credit policy). This course requires a fair amount of writing, critical analysis, and problem solving.
  • 4. Be able to upload, download, and attach documents; be able to open Adobe PDFs, Microsoft Word Documents, and PowerPoint presentations (must have Microsoft PowerPoint installed) and view and listen to videos from your computer, within MyCanvas.
  • 5. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete projects and perform virtual lab activities, take quizzes, and exams within Pearson's MyLab and Mastering.
  • 6. Be comfortable with MyCanvas tools before classes begin. It is highly recommended that students take Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100 prior to the beginning of the semester. For more information, contact Learning Services at (800) 628-7722 ext. 2882 or 2825.
  • 7. Have reliable internet service, preferably DSL or cable, and be able to use Chrome as your default browser for MyCanvas and Pearson. Some activities can be completed on a smart phone, but a computer/laptop is required for most.

BIOL 1105 HC1 – Human Biology II

Kelly Schradin (kschradin@sscc.edu)

Welcome to Human Biology II, a continuation of Human Biology I, which if taken recently, you should already have the textbook and Pearson Access Code. This is an online course with no face-to-face requirements, and it does not have a lab component so the Lab Manual is not required.

Students enrolling in this course must:

  • 1. If you don't already have the textbook, you must purchase the required textbook with Pearson's MyLab and Mastering Access Code. Optionally, you may forgo a physical textbook and use the e-text provided by the Publisher-you can purchase the required Access Code through the Course inside of Canvas, but must do so only after the course is open. The Access Code (accompanied with purchase of new textbook) without e-text is currently $64.99 and with e-text is $94.99. There is also a temporary free 14-day access to get started.
  • Adopted Text(s):
    • Biology of Humans with MyLab and Mastering (and accompanying laboratory manual)
    • 6th edition
    • Goodenough and McGuire
    • Pearson Publishing, 2017
    • ISBN: 0-134-656748 (Bundle: Human Biology, etext, and Lab Manual)
    • ISBN: 0-13-404544-0 (Individual Textbook)
  • 2. Log into the course on the first day of the term, read the syllabus and any other posted material and complete first assignments due by the posted deadline (failure to do so will result in removal from the course). You will receive an email with detailed instructions before the semester starts.
  • 3. Be self-disciplined and highly motivated to meet the demands/challenges of fast-paced online learning and to keep up with weekly assignments, quizzes, etc. (BE ADVISED: this course has a no extension, no make-up exam, no extra-credit policy). This course requires a fair amount of writing, critical analysis, and problem solving.
  • 4. Be able to upload, download, and attach documents; be able to open Adobe PDFs, Microsoft Word Documents, and PowerPoint presentations (must have Microsoft PowerPoint installed) and view and listen to videos from your computer, within MyCanvas.
  • 5. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete projects and perform virtual lab activities, take quizzes, and exams within Pearson's MyLab and Mastering.
  • 6. Be comfortable with MyCanvas tools before classes begin. It is highly recommended that students take Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100 prior to the beginning of the semester. For more information, contact Learning Services at (800) 628-7722 ext. 2882 or 2825.
  • 7. Have reliable internet service, preferably DSL or cable, and be able to use Chrome as your default browser for MyCanvas and Pearson. Some activities can be completed on a smart phone, but a computer/laptop is required for most.

BIOL 1125 HC1 & HC2 – Environmental Science

Kelly Schradin (kschradin@sscc.edu)

Welcome to Environmental Science. This is an online course with no face-to-face requirements, and it does not have a lab component.

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must purchase the required textbook with Pearson's MyLab and Mastering Access Code. Optionally, you may forgo a physical textbook and use the e-text provided by the Publisher-you can purchase the required Access Code through the Course inside of Canvas, but must do so only after the course is open. The Access Code (accompanied with purchase of new textbook) without e-text is currently $64.99 and with e-text is $94.99. There is also a temporary free 14-day access to get started.
  • Adopted Text(s):
    • Essential Environment: The Science Behind the Stories Plus MyLab and Mastering Environmental Science with Access Card Package
    • 6th Edition
    • Withgott and Laposata
    • Pearson Benjamin Cummings (2019)
    • ISBN: 978013515985
  • 2. Log into the course on the first day of the term, read the syllabus and any other posted material and complete first assignments due by the posted deadline (failure to do so will result in removal from the course). You will receive an email with detailed instructions before the semester starts.
  • 3. Be self-disciplined and highly motivated to meet the demands/challenges of fast-paced online learning and to keep up with weekly assignments, quizzes, etc. (BE ADVISED: this course has a no extension, no make-up exam, no extra-credit policy). This is an advanced course and requires a fair amount of writing, critical analysis, and problem solving.
  • 4. Be able to upload, download, and attach documents; be able to open Adobe PDFs, Microsoft Word Documents, and PowerPoint presentations (must have Microsoft PowerPoint installed) and view and listen to videos from your computer, within MyCanvas.
  • 5. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete projects and perform virtual lab activities, take quizzes, and exams within Pearson's MyLab and Mastering.
  • 6. Be comfortable with MyCanvas tools before classes begin. It is highly recommended that students take Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100 prior to the beginning of the semester. For more information, contact Learning Services at (800) 628-7722 ext. 2882 or 2825.
  • 7. Have reliable internet service, preferably DSL or cable, and be able to use Chrome as your default browser for MyCanvas and Pearson. Some activities can be completed on a smart phone, but a computer/laptop is required for most.

BIOL 2206 CO2, HC1, & SO1 – Anatomy & Physiology II

Terry Flum, Ph.D. (tflum@sscc.edu)

Welcome to A&P 2! Students enrolling in this course should be aware of the following:

  • 1. This course covers the last 14 chapters of the textbook beginning with: the endocrine system (Chapter 16), reproductive system (Chapter 27), development (Chapter 28), and some genetics (Chapter 29). We will then look into topics not covered in A&P I including the blood (Chapter 17), cardiovascular (Chapters 18 and 19), and lymphatic systems (Chapter 20) including immunity (Chapter 21), the respiratory (Chapter 22) and digestive systems (Chapter 23) with nutrition (Chapter 24), and finishing up with the urinary system (Chapter 25) and major balances of the body (Chapter 26).
  • 2. You should already have the textbook from Biol 2205 Anatomy and Physiology I, but if not, within the first two days of the start of the course you should get the textbook, making sure it comes with Modified Mastering A&P. Contact the Southern State Community College (SSCC) Bookstore if you have questions.
  • 3. The course is set up with the following assumptions about you:
    • a. You have at least a basic knowledge of computers and working on the internet (using email, uploading and downloading files).
    • b. Your computer has reasonably up-to-date software including free downloadable versions of: Adobe Acrobat and Oracle Java. Use of a cell phone only is possible, but not encouraged.
    • c. You have access to the internet and your connection is reasonably fast. You might need to be prepared to use college computers if that is not the case.
    • d. You are able to use the Chrome internet browser as this works best for the online MyCanvas Learning Management System (LMS) used at SSCC.
    • e. You have an SSCC email account and are familiar with its use. Contact the SSCC IT Helpdesk if you need assistance with getting an SSCC email account.
    • f. You have received some training on the use the Canvas LMS. You can learn as you go, but prior experience will definitely be an advantage.
  • 4. About 1 day before the course begins, you will be sent an email to your Southern State email account telling you how to log into MyCanvas and start your course.
  • 5. You must access the course inside MyCanvas sometime within the first two days of the semester There will be a Getting Started message to help you find and use the course content.
  • 6. You will need to familiarize yourself with the syllabus for the course which is available by the Syllabus button in MyCanvas. There is a Table of Dates the specifically lists start and end dates for labs and assignments.
  • 7. It is critical that you are prepared to check the course several times a week and keep up with all activities and assignments outlined in the syllabus. It is very easy to fall behind and get into trouble in an online course.
  • 8. Most chapters have a reading assignment to help introduce the material, a lab activity for some synthesis and application, and a review quiz to prepare you for an exam.
  • 9. Each exam covers several chapters and there are 3 exams and 3 lab exams during the term. The low exam and low lab exam are dropped, but you must stay on schedule and there are no make-up exams. There is also a Comprehensive Exam at the end of the term to assess your progress. 10. If you require an accommodation for disability it is necessary to contact the Disability Services Office, preferably before the start of the course. Please contact the college for more information.

Textbook:

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • 11th edition
  • By: Marieb and Hoehn
  • Pearson Education, 2019
  • ISBN: 9780135175040 (Hard copy with Modified Mastering Access Code)

Additional Information:

This course is a continuation of A&P I (Biol 2205), and uses the same textbook and Mastering A&P account. You will not need to acquire another textbook or Access Code for Mastering (unless it has been more than a year since completing A&P I).

BIOL 2210 CO1, HC1, & SO1 – Microbiology

Terry Flum, Ph.D. (tflum@sscc.edu)

Welcome to Microbiology! Students enrolling in this course should be aware of the following:

  • 1. This course covers all chapters of the textbook and most of the labs in the lab manual.
  • 2. Within the first two days of the start of the course you should get the textbook and lab manual as both are required. Make sure the textbook comes with Modified Mastering Microbiology. Contact the Southern State Community College (SSCC) Bookstore if you have questions.
  • 3. The course is set up with the following assumptions about you:
    • a. You have at least a basic knowledge of computers and working on the internet (using email, uploading and downloading files).
    • b. Your computer has reasonably up-to-date software including free downloadable versions of: Adobe Acrobat and Oracle Java. Use of a cell phone only is possible, but not encouraged.
    • c. You have access to the internet and your connection is reasonably fast. You might need to be prepared to use college computers if that is not the case.
    • d. You are able to use the Chrome internet browser as this works best for the online MyCanvas Learning Management System (LMS) used at SSCC.
    • e. You have an SSCC email account and are familiar with its use. Contact the SSCC IT Helpdesk if you need assistance with getting an SSCC email account.
    • f. You have received some training on the use the Canvas LMS. You can learn as you go, but prior experience will definitely be an advantage.
  • 4. About 1 day before the course begins, you will be sent an email to your Southern State email account telling you how to log into MyCanvas and start your course.
  • 5. You must access the course inside MyCanvas sometime within the first two days of the semester. There will be a Getting Started message to help you find and use the course content.
  • 6. You will need to familiarize yourself with the syllabus for the course which is available by the Syllabus button in MyCanvas. There is a Table of Dates the specifically lists start and end dates for labs and assignments.
  • 7. It is critical that you are prepared to check the course several times a week and keep up with all activities and assignments outlined in the syllabus. It is very easy to fall behind and get into trouble in an online course.
  • 8. Most chapters have a reading assignment to help introduce the material, a lab activity for some synthesis and application, and a review quiz to prepare you for an exam.
  • 9. Each exam covers several chapters and there are 3 exams and a major lab project where you will identify 4 unknown microbes. The low exam score is dropped, but you must stay on schedule and there are no make-up exams. There is also a Comprehensive Exam at the end of the term to assess your progress.
  • 10. If you require an accommodation for disability it is necessary to contact the Disability Services Office, preferably before the start of the course. Please contact the college for more information.

Textbook:

  • Microbiology w/ Diseases by Taxonomy
  • 6th edition
  • By: Bauman
  • Pearson Education, 2020
  • ISBN: 9780135747605 (Textbook and Modified Mastering Access Code)
  • And:
  • Microbiology: Lab Theory and Application
  • 3rd edition Brief
  • Leboffe and Pierce
  • Morton Publishing, 2016
  • ISBN: 9781617314773 (Lab Manual)

Additional Information:

This course is separate from Anatomy and Physiology and uses a separate textbook, lab manual, and modified Mastering access code. All 3 are required for the course.

COMM

COMM 1115 HJ1 & HJ2 – Fundamentals of Effective Speech

Rainee Angles (rangles@sscc.edu)

Fundamentals of Effective Speech will be an online synchronous course. Synchronous distance learning requires students to attend regularly scheduled ZOOM sessions that more closely approximate a face to face class. ZOOM is our video conferencing software.

Required text:

  • Public Speaking
  • Koyle, Susan Bagley, et. al
  • 1st Edition.
  • Lumen Learning, 2020
  • ISBN: 978-1-64087-345-2. ($25.00) This text is a digital OER that will be available in Canvas. The Waymaker courseware is also provided by Lumen in the LMS.

In order to successfully complete COMM 1115 HJ1, students must:

  • 1) Be familiar with our Learning Management Software, Canvas. The instructor suggests completing the Student Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100.
  • 2) Have reliable internet service, preferably DSL or cable.
  • 3) Attend scheduled "live/synchronous" class meetings. We meet twice a week. See the days/times on the schedule.
  • 4) Have a webcam and a microphone attached or built in to your computer (desktop or laptop, not smart phone). Students will be required to have video on during class.
  • 5) Use the following software for written assignments/projects: Microsoft Office (for PowerPoint and Word).

ECON

ECON 2205 HC1 & HC2 – Principles of Microeconomics

Jeff Tumbleson (jtumbleson@sscc.edu)

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must be able to access the required OER (Open Education Resource) textbook that will be available within the MyCanvas classroom and be able to navigate additional websites as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must log into the course within the first week of the semester, read the syllabus and any other documents posted by the instructor, and complete the Week 1 assignment. Failure to do so will result in the student being dropped from the class.
  • 4. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete assignments/projects and take quizzes/tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 5. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. There are due dates for assignments and a no make-up policy for exams.
  • 6. It is recommended that you take one of the Student Canvas Orientation - CRDW 1100 workshops prior to taking an online course. The workshops are offered prior to and during each semester. Contact the Academic/Career advisors in the Advising Center for more information and to register.

Textbook:

The textbook for this course is an OER (Open Education Resource). The textbook material will be provided within the MyCanvas classroom as a complete online textbook or by modules. On the OpenStax website you will have the choice to download the textbook as a PDF, download on iBooks or Kindle all for FREE, or purchase a reasonably priced print copy from the bookstore or the OpenStax website below. Copy and paste the link using Google Chrome.

https://openstax.org/details/books/principles-microeconomics-2e

ECON 2206 HC1 & HC2 – Principles of Macroeconomics

Jeff Tumbleson (jtumbleson@sscc.edu)

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must be able to access the required OER (Open Education Resource) textbook that will be available within the MyCanvas classroom and be able to navigate additional websites as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must log into the course within the first week of the semester, read the syllabus and any other documents posted by the instructor, and complete the week 1 assignment. Failure to do so will result in the student being dropped from the class.
  • 4. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete assingments/projects and take quizzes/tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 5. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. There are due dates for assignments and a no make-up policy for exams.
  • 6. It is recommended that you take one of the Student Canvas Orientation - CRDW 1100 workshops prior to taking an online course. The workshops are offered prior to and during each semester. Contact the Academic/Career advisors in the Advising Center for more information and to register.

Textbook:

The textbook for this course is an OER (Open Education Resource). The textbook material will be provided within the MyCanvas classroom as a complete online textbook or by modules. On the OpenStax website you will have the choice to download the textbook as a PDF, download on iBooks or Kindle all for FREE, or purchase a reasonably priced print copy from the bookstore or the OpenStax website below. Copy and paste the link using Google Chrome.

https://openstax.org/details/books/principles-macroeconomics-2e

ECON 2206 JC1 – Principles of Macroeconomics

Richard Davis (rdavis42@sscc.edu)

This course is a Hybrid course, with students in the classroom on Monday, and attending via Zoom on Wednesday. All exercises, quizzes, and tests will be assigned and completed online.

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must be able to access the required OER (Open Education Resource) textbook that will be available within the MyCanvas classroom and be able to navigate additional websites as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete assignments/projects and take quizzes/tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 4. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. There are due dates for assignments and a no make-up policy for exams.
  • 5. It is strongly recommended that you take one of the Student Canvas Orientation - CRDW 1100 workshops prior to taking a Hybrid course. The workshops are offered prior to and during each semester. Contact the Academic/Career advisors in the Advising Center for more information and to register.

Textbook:

The textbook for this course is an OER (Open Education Resource). The textbook material will be provided within the MyCanvas classroom as a complete online textbook, or by chapter modules. On the OpenStax website you will have the choice to download the textbook as a PDF, download on iBooks or Kindle all for FREE, or purchase a reasonably priced print copy from the bookstore or the OpenStax website below. Copy and paste the link using Google Chrome.

https://openstax.org/details/books/principles-microeconomics-2e

ENGL

ENGL 1000 HJ1 – Co-requisite for English Composition I

Jason Reynolds (jreynolds@sscc.edu)

Students enrolled in this course should read through all the links on the home page and all the information in the Week 1 folder. Then, we'll introduce ourselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to introduce themselves by the end of the first week will be dropped from the course.

Required Text:

  • The Great Grammar Book
  • By Sramek, Marsha
  • Asheville: Arch Press, 2015.
  • ISBN: 9780984115723
  • ***The textbook is a necessity in this course as it contains workbook work that we do together***

This course doesn't require great technical abilities, but students who have not taken an online course on Canvas should sign up for one of Learning Services's Success in the Digital Age Workshop.

ENGL 1101 HC1 – English Composition I

Sarah Crump (scrump@sscc.edu)

On the first day of classes, students enrolled in this course must log onto MyCanvas, read the syllabus, read all information under Learning Modules and Weekly Modules, and introduce themselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to complete the first assignment by the deadline will be dropped from the course for non-attendance.

Everyone enrolled in the course must have his or her text on the first day of class. Please buy the correct edition. CPC students especially should check the cover of the Norton text as they may have been given the wrong text by their high schools and should exchange immediately. In the lower right corner, please note the yellow imprint that indicates MLA updates.

Required Texts

  • The Norton Field Guide to Writing with Readings
  • 5th Edition (5E) by Richard Bullock, 2019
  • W.W. Norton. ISBN 9780393655780 (This text has a green cover and will be used in ENGL 1102.)
  • Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis
  • J.D. Vance, HarperCollins 2016
  • ISBN 9780062300553

Those who have not had previous experience with MyCanvas should sign up for Learning Services's Success in the Digital Age Workshop. Learning Services also offers help on each campus for several days the first week of classes for students who have MyCanvas-related questions. Copies of both texts are on permanent reserve at all campus libraries, so students can complete assignments while waiting for their texts to arrive.

ENGL 1101 HC2 & HJ1 – English Composition I

Jason Reynolds (jreynolds@sscc.edu)

Students enrolled in this course should read through all the links on the home page and all the information in the Week 1 folder. Then, we'll introduce ourselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to introduce themselves by the end of the first week will be dropped from the course.

This course will utilize a free online textbook, and a link to our textbook is furnished below.

Required Texts

This course doesn't require great technical abilities, but students who have not taken an online course on Canvas should sign up for one of Learning Services's Success in the Digital Age Workshops.

ENGL 1102 HC2 & HC5 – English Composition II

Sarah Crump (scrump@sscc.edu)

On the first day of classes, students enrolled in this course must log onto MyCanvas, read the syllabus, read all information under Learning Modules and Weekly Modules, and introduce themselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to complete the first assignment by the deadline will be dropped from the course for non-attendance.

Everyone enrolled in the course must have his or her texts on the first day of class. Please buy the correct edition. CPC students especially should check the cover of the Norton text as they may have been given the wrong text by their high schools and should exchange immediately. In the lower right corner, please note the yellow imprint that indicates MLA updates. Copies of the text are on permanent reserve at all campus libraries, so students can complete assignments while waiting for their texts to arrive.

Required Texts

  • The Norton Field Guide to Writing with Readings
  • 5th Edition (5E) by Richard Bullock, 2019, W.W. Norton.
  • ISBN 9780393655780 (This text has a green cover.)

Those who have not had previous experience with MyCanvas should sign up for Learning Services's Success in the Digital Age Workshop. Learning Services also offers help on each campus for several days the first week of classes for students who have MyCanvas-related questions.

ENGL 1102 HC3 & HC4 – English Composition II

Jason Reynolds (jreynolds@sscc.edu)

Students enrolled in this course should read through all the links on the home page and all the information in the Week 1 folder. Then, we'll introduce ourselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to introduce themselves by the end of the first week will be dropped from the course.

This course will utilize a free online textbook, and a link to our textbook is furnished below.

Required Texts:

This course doesn't require great technical abilities, but students who have not taken an online course on Canvas should sign up for one of Learning Services's Success in the Digital Age Workshops.

ENGL 2202 HC1 – The Great American Novel

Jason Reynolds (jreynolds@sscc.edu)

Students enrolled in this course should read through all the links on the home page and all the information in the Week 1 folder. Then, we'll introduce ourselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to introduce themselves by the end of the first week will be dropped from the course.

Required Texts:

  • The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald (1925)
  • The Cather in the Rye by J.D. Salinger (1951)
  • To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee (1960)
  • Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut (1969)
  • A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole (1980)
  • Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer (2005)

***Any copy of these texts, paper or electronic, is fine as long it's the correct book and unabridged***

This course doesn't require great technical abilities, but students who have not taken an online course on Canvas should sign up for one of Learning Services's Success in the Digital Age Workshops .

ENGL 2205 HC1 – Technical Report Writing

Sarah Crump (scrump@sscc.edu)

On the first day of classes, students enrolled in this course must log onto MyCanvas, read the syllabus, read all information under Learning Modules and Weekly Modules, and introduce themselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to submit the first assignment by the deadline will be dropped from the course for non-attendance.

Everyone enrolled in the course must have his or her text on the first day of class. Please buy the correct edition. Students will be directed to chapter and page numbers, so please order the loose leaf version of the 15th edition, which is paginated.

Required Texts

  • Technical Communication, 15th Edition by John M. Lannon and Laura J. Gurak. Pearson, 2019. ISBN: 978-0-13-525988-7
  • Note: Students purchase a Student Access Combo Code Card. Students register their codes to obtain an e-text. In addition, they can request a loose leaf version of the text at that time. Pearson will mail the loose leaf version to the student.

Those who have not had previous experience with MyCanvas should sign up for Learning Services's Success in the Digital Age workshop. Learning Services also offers help on each campus for several days the first week of classes for students who have MyCanvas-related questions.

ENGL 2207 HC1 – Women's Literature

Sarah Crump (scrump@sscc.edu)

On the first day of classes, students enrolled in this course must log onto MyCanvas, read the syllabus, read all information under Learning Modules and Weekly Modules, and introduce themselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to submit the first assignment by the deadline will be dropped from the course for non-attendance.

Everyone enrolled in the course must have his or her texts on the first day of class. Please buy the correct edition.

Required Texts

  • The Norton Anthology of Women in Literature
  • 3rd edition (2-volume set) by Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar
  • W.W. Norton, Publisher, ISBN: 978-0-393-93015-3

Those who have not had previous experience with MyCanvas should sign up for Learning Services's Success in the Digital Age Workshop. Learning Services also offers help on each campus for several days the first week of classes for students who have MyCanvas-related questions.

ENGL 2219 HC1 – Creative Writing (Fiction & Poetry)

Sarah Crump (scrump@sscc.edu)

On the first day of classes, students enrolled in this course must log onto MyCanvas, read the syllabus, read all information under Learning Modules and Weekly Modules, and introduce themselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to complete the first assignment by the deadline will be dropped from the course for non-attendance.

Everyone enrolled in the course must have his or her texts on the first day of class. Please buy the correct editions.

Required Texts:

  • A Poetry Handbook
  • 1994, A Harvest Original, Harcourt
  • Mary Oliver
  • ISBN: 9780156724005
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  • Writing Fiction: A Guide to Narrative Craft
  • 10th edition, 2019
  • Burroway, Stuckey-French, Stuckey-French
  • ISBN: 9780226616698

Those who have not had previous experience with MyCanvas should sign up for Learning Services's Success in the Digital Age. Learning Services also offers help on each campus for several days the first week of classes for students who have MyCanvas-related questions.

ENGL 2246 HC1 – Classical & World Mythology

Jason Reynolds (jreynolds@sscc.edu)

Students enrolled in this course should read through all the links on the home page and all the information in the Week 1 folder. Then, we'll introduce ourselves on the discussion board. Students who fail to introduce themselves by the end of the first week will be dropped from the course.

Required Texts:

  • Mythology
  • By Hamilton, Edith
  • Boston: Back Bay, 1998.
  • ISBN: 9780316223331
  • Ovid's Metamorphoses: A New Translation
  • By Charles Martin
  • New York: W.W. Norton, 2005.
  • ISBN: 9780393326420

***Any copy of these texts, paper or electronic, is fine as long it's the correct book and unabridged***

This course doesn't require great technical abilities (it's all about reading mythology!), but students who have not taken an online course on Canvas should sign up for one of Learning Services's Success in the Digital Age Workshops.

MATH

MATH 1116 HC1 & HC2 – Beginning Algebra

Bill Worpenberg (bworpenberg@sscc.edu)

Students must access this course on the first day of the semester.

Proctored Midterm and Final:

A proctored midterm and final are required for the course.

For your convenience, instructor proctored tests are scheduled. The Midterm is scheduled for Friday, February 26th. The Final is scheduled for Friday, April 30th. Both will be at the Hillsboro campus. There is no cost for instructor proctored tests.

You may decide to take your midterm and final at a certified testing center. If so, then indicate that when you answer your instructor's introductory email so that your instructor can help you with that process. There is generally a fee associated with certified testing center proctored tests.

Textbook:

Students need to purchase their textbook before the start of the course. Since the textbook is a customized printing, you may want to purchase the textbook through the bookstore. The adopted text is:

  • Beginning Algebra - Math 1106 and Math 1116 - Custom Print
  • Baratto, Custom Print
  • McGraw Hill Publishing Co.
  • Copyright 2016
  • ISBN: 978-1-308-75563-2

This book is used for both the Math 1106 and the Math 1116 courses

MATH 1135 HC1 & HC2 – Allied Health Math

Bill Worpenberg (bworpenberg@sscc.edu)

Students must access this course on the first day of the semester.

Proctored Midterm and Final:

A proctored midterm and final are required for the course.

For your convenience, instructor proctored tests are scheduled. The Midterm is scheduled for Friday, February 26th. The Final is scheduled for Friday, April 30th. Both will be at the Hillsboro campus. There is no cost for instructor proctored tests.

You may decide to take your midterm and final at a certified testing center. If so, then indicate that when you answer your instructor's introductory email so that your instructor can help you with that process. There is generally a fee associated with certified testing center proctored tests.

Textbook:

Students need to purchase their textbook before the start of the course. The adopted text is:

  • Medical Dosage Calculations, 11th Edition
  • Olsen, Giangrasso, Shrimpton
  • Pearson, 2016

MATH 1141 HC1 & HC2 – College Algebra

Bill Worpenberg (bworpenberg@sscc.edu)

Students must access this course on the first day of the semester.

Proctored Midterm and Final:

A proctored midterm and final are required for the course.

For your convenience, instructor proctored tests are scheduled. The Midterm is scheduled for Friday, February 26th. The Final is scheduled for Friday, April 30th. Both will be at the Hillsboro campus. There is no cost for instructor proctored tests.

You may decide to take your midterm and final at a certified testing center. If so, then indicate that when you answer your instructor's introductory email so that your instructor can help you with that process. There is generally a fee associated with certified testing center proctored tests.

Textbook:

Students need to purchase their textbook before the start of the course. The adopted text is:

  • Algebra & Trigonometry
  • 11th Edition
  • Sullivan
  • Pearson, 2020
  • ISBN 13-978-0-13-516307-8

PRAC

PRAC 1200 HC1 – Pathophysiology

Bruce Fugate (bfugate@sscc.edu)

Students enrolling in this course:

  • 1. Must purchase the required textbook and be able to navigate additional websites as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must log into the course on day 1 of the semester, read the syllabus and any other documents posted by the instructor, and complete the week 1 assignment. Failure to do so will result in the student being dropped from the class.
  • 4. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete assignments/projects and take quizzes/tests within MyCanvas.
  • 5. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. There are due dates for assignments and a no make-up policy for exams.
  • 6. It is recommended that you take one of the Student Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100 workshops prior to taking an online course. The workshops are offered prior to and during each semester. Contact the Academic/Career advisors in the Advising Center for more information and to register.

Textbook:

  • Understanding pathophysiology
  • 7th Edition
  • Huether, S.E. and McCance, K.L. (2019)
  • St. Louis: Mosby/Elsevier
  • ISBN: 9780323672825 (Included in program package if purchased previously)

REST

REST 1171 FH1 – Principles of Real Estate

Linda Wilson (lwilson23@sscc.edu)

Students enrolling in REST 1171:

  • 1. Must have the required textbook(s) in hand on the first day of class, and be able to navigate additional websites, including some containing audio/video clips, as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must log into the course within the first week of the class, read the syllabus and any other documents posted by the instructor, and complete the week 1 assignments. Failure to do so may result in the student being dropped from the class.
  • 4. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete projects and take tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 5. Must be able to use electronic tools (E-Mail, Text, MyCanvas Messaging, etc.) to communicate with classmates and instructor during group discussions/projects.
  • 6. Be aware this is an accelerated class. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. This includes completing assignments on time and asking questions when help is needed. All assignments are due on the posted date - no exceptions.

If you have never taken an online course before, I highly suggest you attend one of Learning Services's Student Canvas Orientation workshops. This will give you a running start on how to access MyCanvas and be sure you're ready to participate easily on day one!

Textbook:

  • MODERN REAL ESTATE PRACTICE IN OHIO
  • 9th edition (or Current Edition)
  • by Fillmore W. Galaty, Wellington J. Allaway, and Robert C. Kyle
  • Dearborn Financial Publishing Company
  • ISBN: 978-175433753

REST 2275 FH1 – Real Estate Finance & Appraisal

Linda Wilson (lwilson23@sscc.edu)

Students enrolling in REST 2275:

  • 1. Must have the required textbook(s) in hand on the first day of class, and be able to navigate additional websites, including some containing audio/video clips, as required.
  • 2. Must be able to access the MyCanvas site and be able to upload, download and attach documents as required for this course.
  • 3. Must log into the course within the first week of the class, read the syllabus and any other documents posted by the instructor, and complete the week 1 assignments. Failure to do so may result in the student being dropped from the class.
  • 4. Must be able to answer weekly discussion questions, complete projects and take tests within MyCanvas. For additional help visit one of our Libraries.
  • 5. Must be able to use electronic tools (E-Mail, Text, MyCanvas Messaging, etc.) to communicate with classmates and instructor during group discussions/projects.
  • 6. Be aware this is an accelerated class. Must be self-motivated to meet the demands of online learning. This includes completing assignments on time and asking questions when help is needed. All assignments are due on the posted date - no exceptions.

If you have never taken an online course before, I highly suggest you attend one of Learning Services's Student Canvas Orientation workshops. This will give you a running start on how to access MyCanvas and be sure you're ready to participate easily on day one!

Textbook:

  • ESSENTIALS OF REAL ESTATE FINANCE
  • 15th edition (or Current Edition)
  • by: David Sirota and Doris Barrell
  • Dearborn Real Estate Education
  • ISBN: 1-4277-8593-7
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  • FUNDAMENTALS OF REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL
  • 13th edition (or Current Edition)
  • by: William L. Ventolo and Martha R. Williams
  • Dearborn Real Estate Education
  • ISBN: 978-1-4754-6380-4
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  • EXAM PREP EDGE: OH Salesperson National & State Portions
  • The CE Shop
  • This product can be purchased at the SSCC Bookstore with your other textbooks OR you may also purchase this online through The CE Shop.
  • https://www.theceshop.com/ohio/real-estate-exam-prep/oh-salesperson-exam-prep-cost

THEA

THEA 1121 HC1 & HC2 – Introduction to Theatre

Rainee Angles (rangles@sscc.edu)

Students enrolled in this course must:

  • 1. Acquire the textbook and script(s) by the first day of class.
  • 2. Have broadband and reliable internet service. Use a wired connection, not a mobile device. Use Google Chrome browser.
  • 3. Log in to Canvas the first day of class and read all the information located on the Home Page, as well as the syllabus.
  • 4. Utilize Microsoft Office to submit documents. Students can access Microsoft 365 within MyMail (SSCC email). You are required to use your SSCC email for this course. All course announcements will be sent via SSCC email/Canvas messages.
  • 5. Be familiar with our Learning Management Software, Canvas. The instructor suggests completing Student Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100.
  • Must be able to upload/download/attach documents, open PowerPoint presentations, view/listen to video assignments, and complete quizzes/test(s).
  • Know how to access Gradebook and view instructor comments on graded assignments.

THEA 2220 HC1 – Script Analysis

Rainee Angles (rangles@sscc.edu)

Students enrolled in this course must:

  • 1. Acquire the plays/script(s) by the first day of class.
  • 2. Have broadband and reliable internet service. Use a wired connection, not a mobile device. Use Google Chrome browser.
  • 3. Log in to Canvas the first day of class and read all the information located on the Home Page, as well as the syllabus.
  • 4. Utilize Microsoft Office to submit documents. Students can access Microsoft 365 within MyMail (SSCC email). You are required to use your SSCC email for this course. All course announcements will be sent via SSCC email/Canvas messages.
  • 5. Be familiar with our Learning Management Software, Canvas. The instructor suggests completing Student Canvas Orientation CRDW 1100.
  • Must be able to upload/download/attach documents, open PowerPoint presentations, view/listen to video assignments, and complete quizzes/test(s).
  • Know how to access Gradebook and view instructor comments on graded assignments.