Virginia Syllabus Bank
A collection of syllabi for courses using OER at Virginia higher education institutions.
The syllabus for MTH 162: Precalculus with Trigonometry, taught at Northern Virginia Community College by Dr. Don Goral, PhD.
The syllabus for MTH 167: Precalculus with Trigonometry, taught at Northern Virginia Community College by Dr. Don Goral, Ph.D.
This online introductory cognitive psychology course was designed in a modular format that students work through from beginning to end. Each topic has corresponding OER material for students to review (most often readings and/or videos), a video lecture (not included), a brief quiz to check understanding of content (not included) , and various virtual cognitive psychology experiments, discussions and brief writing assignments. Currently there is no cumulative exam for the course, In lieu of an exam, students write a reflection journal, with entries due at the end of each module (five in total). These entries consist of a response to a prompt that encourages students to link theories and findings learned in the module to their daily lives.
The syllabus for SOWK 621.01: Research I: Basic Research Methodology, as previously taught by Dr. Matthew DeCarlo at Radford University.
The syllabus for SPAN 212 or SPAN 215: Español Intermedio II or Español Intermedio Intensivo, as instructed at Randolph Macon College.