The learning outcomes for an online mathematics course are the same as the learning outcomes for the same mathematics course offered face-to-face. Therefore, taking this course online does not make the course content easier to learn.
Some or all of your tests and exams will be proctored. Refer to the course syllabus.
have your tests and exams proctored on campus at the AU Testing Center or off campus at an approved testing center. Sometimes, your instructor may proctor your tests or exams. Your instructor will provide additional information about proctoring and proctored assessments.
The Mathematics Assistance Center is located in AH N304.
The Academic Success Center is located in UH 156.
Yes, the syllabus is a lengthy document. However, you must read the entire syllabus
The syllabus contains information about your instructor and the course—instructor contact
information, learning outcomes, descriptions of assignments and tests, the grading policy, campus resources, study tips, etc.
You should log in your course in Desire2Learn on the first day of class. This action confirms your enrollment in the course. You should log in your other online environment (MyMathLab, MyStatLab, WebAssign, etc.) by the date required by your instructor.
Your presence in the course will be monitored by your instructor. You should complete all assignments, quizzes, tests, etc. by the due dates. You should contact your instructor immediately if you cannot submit an assignment, quiz, test, etc. by the due date.
You must check your JagMail every day of the semester! Since your instructor will not interact with you face-to-face in a traditional classroom setting, your instructor will communicate with you and your classmates via email.
Select to receive notifications in Desire2Learn whenever your instructor posts new content and
assignments. Put due dates in your mobile device.