If this is your first time in the class, you should:
1.Read the Help page.
2.Read Getting Started & Course Syllabus.
How the course is taught
The class is divided into three modules and three assignments. Each module contains one or more topics. Contained within each topic is an outline of relevant material from your textbook, including web links to related information. The outlines are intended to guide you through the reading, and they are double spaced so that you may print them and supplement them with your own notes.
You should read and complete each topic in order by the due dates listed. Generally, each topic will consist of required reading(s) from the text book, presentation of on-line materials, on-line activities, an assignment, and some form of communication.
See an overview of the modules, topics and assignments for this course. (You should print this out and check off each item as you complete it).
How this course is organized
PRM 326 Inclusive Recreation is divided into six major areas. Buttons for these areas appear at the top of each page in the course. The six areas are:
This page. "Attending" a class over the internet is different from attending a class on a traditional campus. This page will
help you learn how readings, assignments, communication, and other class functions are handled in a virtual classroom
The syllabus contains important information about such items as objectives, expectations and grading. As with any course,
you should read the syllabus carefully before beginning any course work.
This is likely where you will spend most of your time. Required readings, course notes, assignments, and activities are
presented in this area.
To communicate with any member of the course - student(s) or instructor - visit the communication page.
NAU Cline Library has collected many resources available to students enrolled in the course. These resources are
available from the library page. If you find something you think should be included, please send me e-mail.
The help page is designed to help you deal with technical issues and problems related to this course.
1. Dattilo, J. (2002). Inclusive Leisure Services: Responding to the Rights
of People with Disabilities. (2nd. ed.) State College, PA: Venture Publishing.
You are required to read all text assignments. It is recommended that you read the text and on-line lesson before completing any of the assignments.
You are required to read the on-line lessons. These lessons are marked throughout the course in this manner:
ON-LINE LESSON: Study Guide Exercises
Each of the topics in this course have at least one assignment. You must complete each of these assignments to pass the class.
The method of completing assignments will vary.
See an overview of the modules, topics and assignments for this course.
(You should print this out and check off each item as you complete it).
Assignments are marked with one of these icons.
Throughout the class you will be asked to complete activities using the internet. Usually these activities will coincide with
assignments. You will be given an idea to research, and a few pointers about how and where to begin your research.
Each Web activity is marked with this icon.
Communication is an important part of this course. You will be expected to communicate with the instructor by submitting weekly Chapter Discussion Questions/Answers which are listed in the Course Outline. Communication will account for 10% of your grade for the class. On line Discussions Questions/Answers will be submitted into the Blackboard Learn
Private (one on one) communication with the professor can be conducted via email.
Send E-mail to Judith.Montoya@nau.edu
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