International elearning Skills

International E-Learning Skills
EDU-232182
2 credits, lower level, liberal
March, November

Description: This educational planning workshop will allow Russian special program students to integrate successfully into the American college environment and to develop necessary global competencies, including expected academic skills, learning management skills, cross-cultural and e-learning skills. For successful transition, students will use bilingual guidelines prepared by Russian-speaking professors. Students will learn how to make efficient use of the vast electronic information resources, online databases and other information technology services of the College; they will learn how to participate in international virtual teams, discussions and projects. Working with their mentor, students may individualize investigations that support transferring credits from their home institution and planning their American degree. They may further individualize the course as appropriate to their educational planning needs and interests.Note: this course is open to non-matriculated Center for Distance Learning, Russian Special Program students only. Matriculated students need their mentor/advisor permission prior to enrolling into this course.

International elearning skills for professional development (offered in 2009 and 2010).

Video lecture.

My bilingual study book is now available on Amazon. Link. This book is written to accompany a bridging bilingual online course currently offered by SUNY Empire State College under the title “EDU-232182 International eLearning Skills: Educational Planning workshop for Russian students“.

This 8 week study will allow Russian-speaking international distance learning students to successfully integrate into the American college environment and to develop necessary global competencies, including expected academic skills, learning management skills, cross-cultural and e-learning skills. For successful transition, students will use bilingual guidelines prepared by Russian-speaking professors. Students will learn how to make efficient use of the vast electronic information resources, online databases and other information technology services of the SUNY Empire State College; they will learn how to participate in international virtual teams, discussions and projects. In addition, they will learn about careers and career planning in the US.