Fundamentals of mass communications research methods and applications. Survey, observational and experimental research; primary research data-gathering techniques; secondary research sources; data analysis; message, market, competitive and audience research measures.
The course is required for 600+ public relations majors, and it is a viable elective for students from across all SJMC majors. Because public relations sequence has the most majors of any sequence within our school, it particularly makes sense to move some of its required courses online. Offering this course online will help relieve the demand for limited classroom space on campus and increase the flexibility of the program for our students. In particular, offering an online option will significantly increase summer enrollment, as students’ engagement to learning is unrestricted in regards to time and space, as long as they have a computer or mobile device with online access.
The INDEV Committee is returning the proposal for JOUR 332 for revisions.
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Course description on syllabus is not the same as Academic Bulletin
What are the requirements for the pass/fail option?
The word "understand" cannot be measured. Please work with the F2F instructor and consider modifying the learning objectives so the word "understand is not used. Please refer to Bloom's Taxonomy.
There needs to be a statement on technology – requirements, use, and help.
How will assessment rubrics be provided to students?
How will tests and quizzes be secured?
There needs to be a statement on academic integrity.
Please give a full grading scale.
At the top--stating that class meeting times is online sounds like there may be a synchronous online meeting but reading syllabus --it states asynchronous. In general, this language needs to be clarified.
Instead of “days,” the schedule should be divided into learning modules. Also, “Topic” column shows items with LMs, but is not clear as to what the learning activities are. Please be specific (video, group exercise, etc.)
change course description
change to course delivery only - updated effective term to spring 2018