GUO1001 Orientation to Global University Learning (International)

Welcome!

Welcome to this research guide for Orientation to Global University Learning. This guide will help you find resources that you can use for your course project. Be sure to view the video "How to Format and Write an Undergraduate Paper." A link to this video is below under "Research & Writing Helps."  View a short video presentation by the Professor of Record introducing you to this course.

This two-credit course assists new students in understanding the process and expectations of studying with Global University in the distance education setting. It provides an overview of academic policies and guides students in developing skills in library usage, creative and critical thinking, reading and writing, study and note taking, and time management. Students identify personal learning styles to increase effective study practices and learn to make connections between personal views and other worldviews. They are introduced to how Global University courses are designed, become familiar with how to prepare assignments, and learn what to expect from three-credit courses.

Global University does not necessarily agree with all the views represented in the resources in this guide. These are provided for the student to contrast and compare with the Biblical text and ideas presented in the Global University IST.

Course Professor

Hi! My name is Brad Ausbury. I am the professor for the Orientation to Global University Learning (International) course. Feel free to ask any question you might have about the course. This short document explains the theory and practices behind the Global University Instructional Design that seeks to approximate the interaction of a classroom professor with students.

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Trouble logging in? Questions about Library resources? Contact the University Librarian via email. For questions related to undergraduate course content, contact the course professor directly via the email contact found on the Course Research Guide.

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