Fall 2011 Courses
No Course offered for Fall 2011.
Distance and On-Campus Course Offerings Eligible students with passing grades will be awarded $500 per online and summer institute course. These funds are intended to defray costs associated with attending courses offered through the LA-LIDC. Students are expected to pay for tuition and fees when they register at the beginning of the semester and will receive their stipends after final grades are posted.
To apply and register for courses at UNO:
New students or students who have missed a semester must visit http://admissions.uno.edu/app.cfm for application information. Once accepted you may register through the WEBSTAR link on the UNO homepage ( http://www.uno.edu ). All current UNO students can register for these classes as they usually do through WEBSTAR. Once registered you will be entered into your course’s Blackboard site. It is important that you check your course Blackboard site the week before classes to make sure you are ready to attend your first class.
For more information on classes in significant disabilities or autism: Dr. William Sharpton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Unless otherwise noted, all courses offered above are delivered online.
These courses are offered via interactive videoconferencing on the web at http://lalidc.uno.edu. Students MUST have weekly access to a high speed internet connection (DSL, Cable or better), a web camera, and headset with microphone (both available for about $40.00 each at numerous local retailers like Best Buy, Office Depot, Wal-Mart). If you register for an online class you need to download the free Microsoft Live Meeting software on your home computer (you will need a web camera, headset with microphone, PC [not Mac] computer, and cable or DSL internet connection), so read the LiveMeeting tips on this web site.
Technical questions? E-mail email@example.com