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Log No. 6771Faculty Guide for Developing Course Syllabusfor Traditional and Online Learning Delivered CoursesThe intent of this “Faculty Guide for Developing Course Syllabus for Traditional and Online LearningDelivered Courses” is to assist faculty with developing their course syllabus, so that all coursesyllabuses align with university requirements.This guide is not meant to infringe on faculty academic freedom or to indirectly standardizeinstructional delivery or assignments.As a guide for instructors, programs can adapt this document with program-specific curriculuminformation and requirements.There are university-wide requirements for course syllabus information, such as the course catalogdescription, course content, SLO Alignment Matrix, required course texts, and policy statements suchas EEO/ADA. The language for university-wide syllabus requirements will be issued by the Office of theSenior Vice-President/Provost.For OLL delivered courses, information about Access, expected student behaviors, and communicationpreferences are expected syllabus components.Additionally, programs may have adopted policies and “signature” assignments that should be stated inthe syllabus. This document can be adapted by programs to assist program faculty with developingcourse syllabuses that align with program/curriculum policies and expectations.Using this GuideThis guide begins with a SYLLABUS CHECKLIST that lists the various components of the Course Syllabus.Information about each syllabus component is provided in the order of items listed in the SYLLABUSCHECKLIST. Individual Programs can provide program-specific requirements in their adapted version ofthis syllabus development guide.A supplement to this guide is a SYLLABUS TEMPLATE based on the information provided in this guide.This supplement is a separate document file, which is formatted in MS Word (.docx) for faculty use.Endorsed:( ) Approved ( ) DisapprovedDr. Mary Therese F. CruzPresident, 21st Faculty SenateDr. Anita Borja EnriquezSenior Vice President and Provost12/09/2021Date:Date:

Faculty Guide for Developing Course Syllabus2SYLLABUS CHECKLISTNOTE: THE ORDER OF SYLLABUS COMPONENTS PRESENTED BELOW IS NOT A REQUIRED ORDER TO FOLLOW. THIS CHECKLISTREFLECTS COMPONENTS THAT SHOULD BE INCLUDED IN THE COURSE SYLLABUS. FACULTY WILL DETERMINE THE ORDER OF THESYLLABUS COMPONENTS.Course ID and Instructor Information1. Course Information:Course Number, Name, Section, Semester, Course Delivery Mode2. Instructor’s Contact InformationName, Phone, Email address, Office number, Office hoursCourse Description3. Catalog Course Description from the course outline4. Course Content (the content to be covered as stated in the course outline)5. Additional information about course requirements such as the amount of time students areexpected to put into the course, and pre-requisites and co-requisites courses that are included inthe course outline, but are not stated in the catalog descriptionStudent Learning Outcomes Statements6. A listing of expected student learning outcomes and how SLOs will be assessed7. A matrix or hyperlink to matrix of the alignment/links (SLOs, GELOs, PLOs, and ILOs)Course Requirements8. Titles and authors of Required Texts and where the texts can be purchased9. Access StatementGrading Information10. Final Course (Letter) Grades: /- grading system and Pass/Fail option, if any11. Grade Categories/Assignment and Points/Percentage Weights12. Information about how assignments will be graded (rubrics, criteria, requirements, etc.)Assignment Descriptions (Optional Expanded Details)13. Assignment Descriptions which align with Grade Categories/Assignments listed in “GradingInformation”14. Expanded Information for Assignments with Multiple Parts (e.g., tasks for assignments)

Faculty Guide for Developing Course SyllabusCourse Calendar15. Schedule of class meetings with an indication of topics to be consideredFor OLL HYB courses, indicate which class sessions will be synchronous and which will beasynchronous16. Assignments with target SLOs and due dates and examination datesOther Required Information17. Class attendance policies – attendance, tardiness, early departure, maximum absences/tardiness18. Netiquette19. Technical Assistance Statement20. Student evaluation of faculty information21. Plagiarism statement22. Certification of Original Work23. Communication policy (Preferred Method of Communication): Use of gotritons/triton emailaccounts, DM, SMS, social media, etc. and instructor response window for messages andassignments24. EEO/ADA statementOther Optional Information25. Assignment/Assessments Make-up Policy26. Withdrawal policy27. Disposition Statement (Acceptable or unacceptable behavior)28. Student Support Information (such as Writing Center, Math Lab, Isa Psychological Center)29. Turnitin Statement (if Turnitin is being used)30. Tobacco and Drug-free campus statement31. Policies about cell phone and other tech devices32. Recycling Campaign33. How to Succeed in an Online CourseNotes for faculty on Accessibility Issues: Minimize the use of tables Use descriptive alternate text for graphics Label resources to provide text descriptions for working with course resources and activities3

Faculty Guide for Developing Course Syllabus4SYLLABUS COMPONENTS INFORMATIONNOTE: The order of syllabus components presented below is not a required order of components. Thischecklist reflects components that should be included in course syllabus. Faculty determine theorder of the syllabus components.Course and Instructor Information1. Course Information: Course Number, Course Name, Section Information, Course Delivery Mode,Days/Times, and Location2. Instructor Information: Name, Phone, Email address, Office number, Office hoursThis is an example of the course identification & instructor information for the syllabus:Include College/School, Program Name, and Academic Term/Semester** in the Header of the Syllabus.**NOTE THE FOUR ACADEMIC TERMS:FANUCHÅNAN SEMESTER (RAINY SEASON): August to DecemberTINALO’ (Intersession): December to JanuaryFAÑOMNÅKAN (DRY SEASON): January to MayFINAKPO’ (SUMMER SESSIONS A, B, and C): June through August

Faculty Guide for Developing Course Syllabus5Course Description3. Catalog Course Description from the course outline. Course description should match the coursedescription found in the Course Outline and published in the Course Catalog4. Course Content. The content to be covered in the course; this should match information in thecourse outline.5. Additional Information About Course Requirements. Include information about the amount of timestudents are expected to put into the course, and descriptions of pre-requisites and co-requisites thatare included in the course outline but are not stated in the catalog.Student Learning Outcomes6. A listing of expected student learning outcomes (SLO) and how each SLO will be assessed. Note thatdescriptions of how each SLOs will be assessed can be included in the matrix, or provided in a differentsection of the syllabus, such as the assignment descriptions section.7. A matrix or hyperlink to the matrix of the alignment/links between course SLOs, GELOs, PLOs, andILOs. Below is a sample table of the Student Learning Outcomes Alignment Matrix.STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES ALIGNMENT MATRIXCourse Student LearningOutcomes (SLO)GenEd Learning Outcomes(GELO)Program (PLO)Institutional (ILO)Course Requirements8. Required Texts. Titles and authors of required texts and where the texts can be purchased. Forexample:Required TextsThe following texts are required for this course. Texts can be purchased at [ ].Suggested/Recommended Additional TextsThe following texts are additional (suggested/recommended) texts for this course.

Faculty Guide for Developing Course Syllabus69. Access Statement. An online course syllabus should have a statement about access to computers,such as:Students must have access to a computer daily. The computer should have access to generalsoftware applications for word processing software, electronic spreadsheets, graphicpresentation, video viewing software, the recommended web browser and a reliable internetconnection. The student must be able to navigate the Learning Management System site,upload and download materials, participate in assigned online activities, and follow generallyaccepted online etiquette.Grading Information10. Final Course Letter Grades ( /- grading system) and Pass/Fail option, if any. Faculty will determinehow students will be graded. Faculty should follow the university grading guidelines. Below is theApproved Grading Scale published in the UG Catalog.LetterGradePercentGradeDefinitionA nors-level performance with superiorquality and extraordinary distinction.A-3.6790-92%B 3.3387-89%GoodB3.0083-86%Solid accomplishment, indicating a substantialmastery of course materials and a goodcommand of skills required by the course.B-2.6780-82%C 0.00 60%FailureStudents have achieved the level ofcompetency needed for advancing to asubsequent course which has this course aspre-requisite.Minimal passing, but not adequate to take asubsequent course which has this course aspre-requisite.Inadequate to receive credits.PPassIIncompleteNCNo Credit

Faculty Guide for Developing Course Syllabus711. Grade Categories/Assignment and Points/Percentage Weights. In this section, instructors shouldlist the grade categories/assignments and points/percentage weight that each category/assignmentcontributes toward the final grade. Programs should provide an example list for faculty.12. Information about how assignments will be graded (rubrics, criteria, requirements, etc.). Specificguidelines and evaluation criteria should be provided to students for assignments. Instructors mayinclude guidelines and criteria in the syllabus.Assignment Descriptions (Optional Expanded Details)13. Assignment Descriptions. Information about Assignments should align with the “GradeCategories/Assignment etc.” listed under Grading Information: Grade Categories/Assignment andPoints/Percentage Weights.14. Expanded Information for Assignments with Multiple Parts (e.g., Tasks for assignments). Instructorsshould specify tasks for assignments that have multiple parts. Name and describe the tasks andidentify the target SLOs that align with the tasks.Class Calendar15. Schedule of class meetings with an indication of topics to be considered. For OLL-HYB deliveredcourses, indicate which class sessions are synchronous and asynchronous class sessions. For HYB-F2Fdelivered courses, indicate which sessions will be delivered Face-to-Face (on-campus) and which willbe online-synchronous and online-asynchronous.16. Assignments with target SLOs and due dates, and examination dates. Include information aboutsession activities and assignments with targeted SLOs, due dates, and exam/test dates to be coveredduring specific class session. Below is an example class session calendar information provided in thecourse syllabus. On the syllabus template, a few entries are provided, so faculty will need to cut andpaste as needed.

Faculty Guide for Developing Course Syllabus8Other Required Information17. Class attendance policies – attendance, tardiness, early departure, maximum absences/tardiness.Policy for class attendance, tardiness, leaving early/during class session, and information aboutmaximum absences/tardiness and penalties imposed on students’ final grade due to attendancerecord should be included in the syllabus.18. Netiquette: A suggested statement is below.Remember your “netiquette,” or network etiquette. Although you may traditionally interactinformally with friends and family when you are online, it is important to note that this is aclassroom environment and students must adhere to high standards of academic behavior. Thisclassroom is a safe haven for all ideas. We are all unique individuals entitled to our own opinionsand beliefs. Any comments, jokes, or remarks that denigrate the worth of an individual'sphysical/mental ability, body size, religion, race, creed, ethnic background, sexual preference, orgender are inappropriate and will not be tolerated.a.b.c.d.Do not say things in an email or forum post that you would not say face to face.Be polite, concise, and remember that all-caps signify yelling.Do not send forwards to the class list or to the professor.Proofread. Please avoid texting language, lack of punctuation, capitalization, orinappropriate signatures.e. Emojis should not be used in graded assignments. You are welcome to use them in informalwriting.19. Technical Assistance Statement. An online course syllabus should include clear instructions forrequesting technical assistance from the Center for Online Learning, including an email address, phonenumber, and hours of availability.

Faculty Guide for Developing Course Syllabus920. Student Evaluation of Faculty Information. Suggested language for this section will be provided bythe Office of the Senior Vice President/Provost.21. Plagiarism Statement. Suggested language for this section will be provided by the Office of theSenior Vice President.22. Certification of Original Work: Online courses must require the student to verify the originality ofher/his work. A suggested certification statement is below.I certify that the attached paper is my original work. I am familiar with, and acknowledged myresponsibilities which are part of, the University of Guam Student Code of Academic Integrity. Iaffirm that any sections of the paper which has been submitted previously is attributed andcited as such, and that this paper has not been submitted by anyone else. I have identified thesources of all information whether quoted verbatim or paraphrased, all images, and allquotations with citations and reference listings. Along with citations and reference listings, Ihave used quotation marks to identify quotations of fewer than 40 words and have used blockindentation for quotations of 40 or more words. Nothing in this assignment violates copyright,trademark, or other intellectual property laws. I further agree that the submission of myassignment as replied back to this thread is intended to have, and shall have, the same validityas my handwritten signature.23. Communication Policy (Preferred Method of Communication): Use of gotritons/triton emailaccounts, DM, SMS, social media, etc. and instructor response window for messages and assignments.Faculty should follow the university’s email and social media policies. Additional information aboutinstructor’s communication (email/social media) policy for the class should be included in the syllabus.24. EEO/ADA Statement. This policy statement was updated for Fanuchånan 2021. Revised policylanguage will be provided by the Office of the Senior Vice President/Provost.COPY AND PASTE THE FOLLOWING ADA STATEMENT INTO YOUR SYLLABUS.The University is committed to maintaining the campus community as a place of work and study forfaculty, staff, and students, free of all forms of discrimination and harassment. If you experienceharassment or discrimination, then you should report it immediately to the EEO Director at theEEO/ADA &Title IX Office, Institutional Compliance Officer (671) 735-2244 located in Dorm 1. Forimmediate assistance in an emergency call 911.DSS (Disability Support Services) AccommodationIf you are a student with a disability who will require an accommodation(s) to participate in thiscourse, please contact the Student Counseling and Advising Service Disability Support Servicesoffice to discuss your specific accommodation needs confidentially. A Faculty Notification letter willbe emailed to me specifying your approved accommodation. If you are not registered, you should

Faculty Guide for Developing Course Syllabus10do so immediately at the Student Center, Rotunda office #5, sssablan@triton.uog.edu or ph/TTY:735-2460, to coordinate your accommodation request.Other Optional Information25. Assignment/Assessments Make-up Policy. Instructor’s or Program’s policy about making up missedAssignments and Assessments.26. Withdrawal Policy. Information about the University’s Voluntary Withdrawal deadline andinstructor’s policy for addressing withdrawals after the university voluntary withdrawal deadline.27. Disposition Statement (Acceptable or unacceptable behavior). Instructor’s policy about expectedstudent behavior in the course.28. Student Support Information (Writing Center, Math Lab, Isa Psychological Services). Informationabout student support services offered across the campus.29. Turnitin Statement (if Turnitin is being used). Information about using Turnitin as an originalitycheck for students’ assignments and Turnitin’s policies about archiving of students’ work in Turnitin’sdatabase.30. Tobacco and Drug-Free Campus Statement. Official university statements about a Tobacco andDrug-Free Campus.31. Policies about cell phone and other tech devices. Instructor’s policy about using cell/smart phonesand other devices in class.32. Recycling Campaign. Information about the University’s recycling campaign.33. How to Succeed in an Online Course. Tips for students’ success in online courses.

[COLLEGE/SCHOOL][PROGRAM][ACADEMIC TERM/SEMESTER][Course Number] [Course Title]Course Syllabus and CalendarSection InformationSection [Number]Course Delivery Mode [Face-to-Face, Hybrid/Face-to-Face, OLL-Synch, OLL-Asynch, OLL-HYB][Course Schedule Days/Times][Location/Room]Instructor Information[Name]Email [xxxxxx@triton.uog.edu][Office Location – Room Number][Office Hours - Schedule][Office Phone Number XXX-XXXX]COURSE CATALOG DESCRIPTIONCOURSE CONTENT[ADDITIONAL COURSE INFORMATION]STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES ALIGNMENT MATRIXCourse Student LearningOutcomes (SLO)GenEd Learning Outcomes(GELO)Program (PLO)Institutional (ILO)

[COURSE NUMBER/TITLE]COURSE SYLLABUSCOURSE REQUIREMENTSREQUIRED TEXTSACCESS STATEMENT FOR OLL-DELIVERED COURSESGRADING INFORMATIONCOURSE FINAL GRADESA AAB BBC CDFNC No Credit. Note: This Course Grade must be stated in the approve Course CatalogDescription.UW: Unofficial withdrawal assigned by Registrar. Student stopped attending classes and didnot submit required documents to the Admissions & Records office.W:Withdrawal assigned by Registrar. Student stopped attending classes and submittedrequired documents to the Admissions & Records office.GRADE CATEGORIES: ASSIGNMENTS AND PERCENTAGESASSIGNMENT DESCRIPTIONS2

[COURSE NUMBER/TITLE]COURSE SYLLABUS3Course, Program, and University Policies and Other InformationNote: Official language about policies should follow university policy language or program policylanguage. Refer to the following sections in the Faculty Guide for Developing Course Syllabusfor additional information about policies and other information to include in this section of thesyllabus: Other Required Information Other Optional Information

[COURSE NUMBER/TITLE]COURSE CALENDARCOURSE CALENDARWEEK [Number][Date]: Course Session [Number]Activities & Assignments Target SLOs [Number/s] [Date]: Course Session [Number]Activities & Assignments Target SLOs [Number/s] WEEK [Number][Date]: Course Session [Number]Activities & Assignments Target SLOs [Number/s] [Date]: Course Session [Number]Activities & Assignments Target SLOs [Number/s] FINALS WEEK[Date][Exam Time]*During Final Exam Week, the class meets according to the Approved Exam Schedule. All UOGclasses are required to meet during Final Exam Week.4

Faculty Guide for Developing Course Syllabus 2 SYLLABUS CHECKLIST NOTE: THE ORDER OF SYLLABUS COMPONENTS PRESENTED BELOW IS NOT A REQUIRED ORDER TO FOLLOW. THIS CHECKLIST REFLECTS COMPONENTS THAT SHOULD BE INCLUDED IN THE COURSE SYLLABUS. FACULTY WILL DETERMINE THE ORDER OF THE SYLLABUS COMPONENTS. Course ID and Instructor Information _ 1.

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