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2 Large Lecture Course Patterns

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  • Those institutions having a similar pattern are listed in the "Examples:".

a


A course with multiple sections is associated to a single site with instructor and/or student populated sections. Student enrollment is in the course, the only course offering. Site tools can publish to or limit views by sections.
Examples: Stanford # 2, U-Arizona, UC-Davis, UC-Berkeley

b


A course with multiple lectures and sections is taught by one instructor and associated to a single site with instructor and/or student populated sections. Student enrollment is independent in either the lecture or section. Site tools can publish to or limit views by sections.
Examples: U-Arizona, UC-Davis, UC-Berkeley

c


A course with multiple lectures and sections is taught by two instructors. Each lecture/section set is associated with single site with instructor and/or student populated sections. Student enrollment in a section put him/her into a lecture, or vice-versa. Site tools can publish to or limit views by sections.
Examples: U-Arizona, UC-Davis, UC-Berkeley

d


A course with one lecture and multiple section types is taught by one instructor and associated to a single site with instructor and/or student populated sections. Student enrollment is independent in either the lecture, lab, or discussion section. Site tools can publish to or limit views by sections.
Examples: U-Arizona, UC-Davis, UC-Berkeley

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