|Overall Rating||Silver - expired|
|Submission Date||June 17, 2013|
OP-T2-40: Materials Online
|0.25 / 0.25||
Associate Professor / Chair Committee on Sustainability 2012-2013
Is the institution's default not to print course catalogs, course schedules, and directories, but instead make these materials available online?:
A brief description of the practice:
Beginning in 2009, the university stopped printing course catalogs, schedules, and faculty directories, and instead, moved those resources to the web.
Additionally, many faculty make course syllabi, assignments and readings available online through Moodle, a web-based course management tool. A number of faculty are also involved in a pilot program to use tablet computers for grading and course management in lieu of paper. In the Fall 2012, a pilot program to evaluate the use of iPad tablets over a variety of courses was initiated.
The website URL where information about the practice is available:
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