Additional university dates are located in the University Academic Calendar.
Syllabus templates are provided to assist you with building your course syllabus. You are expected to use the appropriate and most current syllabus template for your Drury GO classes. Syllabus templates may change each semester so please check for the latest versions.
All syllabi should be submitted online at last 30 days prior to the start of the term.
All syllabi should be posted in Moodle at least one week prior to the start of class.
If you are teaching business or education courses, you should use those templates listed in the sections below.
For all other Drury GO courses, we are asking that you use one of the two standard syllabus templates which are available for seated, blended, and online courses, The items printed in “black” are standard for all courses and should not be altered. The items printed in “green” provide examples, general comments, or instructions. You will need to download the template as a WORD document in order to start editing. The Word document can be uploaded into your Moodle shell.
For Drury GO courses:
Dual Credit courses:
Non-EDUC & Breech Graduate Courses Template
All instructors (seated, blended, and online) should post their syllabus in their Moodle course at least one week prior to the start of class.
When planning your course, please use this guide as you consider student work load.
Course Evaluation Forms
Courses are evaluated by the Online Department based on the following rubrics:
The current “Drury GO Required Textbook List” can be accessed by logging in to Moodle. It can be found under Instructor Resources then Course Resources.
How to Order an Instructor Desk Copy
If you don’t have a desk copy or if you need an updated desk copy, please go to the publisher’s website and request a copy as soon as possible. Please have the desk copy sent to your home address.
To expedite a textbook selection, often publishers can grant you immediate access to an electronic desk copy. This can also give you access to electronic resources such as discussion questions, test banks, and additional resources. If you do not have a required textbook for your course this is the fastest way to narrow down your textbook options.
When you are on the publisher’s site, you will see all of the different texts such as instructor manuals, slide presentations and test question pools. These are very helpful when creating or updating a course with a new textbook.
You will be able to search each site to look for the sales rep for our school for your particular subject. When you request a desk copy, it’s helpful to both you and the rep if you follow these steps:
Please don’t delay in requesting your desk copy.