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- Graduate: Syllabi with this marker were written for graduate- or mixed undergraduate/graduate-level courses.
- Online: Syllabi with this marker were written for online courses.
- Hybrid: Syllabi with this marker were written for hybrid courses. These are courses taught partially online and partially in a traditional classroom.
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Call for Submissions of Exemplary Syllabi for the Pedagogical Use of Technology
Do you integrate technology into your psychology courses to assist students in understanding course concepts? We would like to recognize your efforts and facilitate the sharing of good ideas.
The Office of Teaching Resources in Psychology invites submissions of syllabi of traditional psychology courses (e.g., Introductory, Abnormal, and Statistics) that incorporate technology in an effort to improve student understanding of content.
How to Submit: Submit your syllabi for review by the Project Syllabus Team and add a request for a review specifically for technology content by sending an electronic copy or URL to Robin Morgan, Associate Director for Project Syllabus, at firstname.lastname@example.org.