A course in which 100% of the course contact hours meet face-to-face on campus or at an institutionally approved location. Face-to-Face (F2F) indicates that the faculty and all the students registered for the class are in the same physical location at the same time. Methods of instruction are typically direct instruction (using active learning strategies), labs, or simulations.
The course syllabus and grades are required to be posted within The Citadel’s approved learning management system (Canvas).
All student work must be submitted via Canvas including work done in a third-party vendor.
Faculty will post on-campus office hours in the course syllabus.
100% contact hours/seat time; days/times/ room locations must be listed in the Registrar’s course schedule and in the syllabus.
LL- Lecture Laboratory Combined -primarily used Health Sciences (Nursing) or Studio courses
LC- Lecture Clinical Combined-primarily used by Health Sciences (Nursing).
LLC- Lecture Laboratory Clinical Combined-primarily used by Health Sciences (Nursing)
Key Principles for Success
In order to present a successful learning experience:
Identify the goal(s) of what students need to be able to do by the end of the class.
Prepare lessons to capture students’ attention to engage them in the learning process.
Understand where students currently are in their knowledge.
Make necessary adjustments for the next lesson.
Determine effectiveness of the learning.
Carry out the plan.
This process will repeat throughout the semester. The Dick and Carey (2022) Model of Instructional Design describes these steps as “analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation.” (p. 6)