In these, the instructor is actively engaging with the participants, and new content may be released each week.In live courses, it is often possible to earn a Statement of Accomplishment by meeting certain grade requirements.
After a successful pilot during the 2014-2015 academic year, Canvas was adopted to replace Course Work as Stanford’s primary LMS. To find out which option is the best one for your class, request a consultation with staff at the Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning (VPTL).
Canvas is an all-in-one system that lets you post announcements and reading materials, manage class assignments, run discussion forums, assign grades, and more; the website is just one of many system components. Some schools and departments host web pages on their own servers or use third-party solutions.
Participants can go through the course materials and assignments at their own pace, and often earn a Statement of Accomplishment by completing the assignments.
These courses will typically include a way to trigger the system to process and finalize your particular grade in the course, and will result in a Statement of Accomplishment being generated if the requirements were met.
To take a Stanford Online course, first register an account and activate it. Each course will have a particular start date, which refers to when some or all of the course content will become available to you.
While no one will be there monitoring your presence after the course starts or "goes live", it's a good idea to sign in and visit the Course Info page.Try in-session courses for live lectures and discussions from Stanford professors or participate in self-study courses at your own pace.For those interested in professional education, tuition-based Stanford courses for credit in law, business and engineering are available for licensed professionals, as well as occasional free non-credit courses for the general public.Occasionally, this information (except for the course syllabi) is included with the official transcript.However, if it is not, students are strongly encouraged to purchase a third-party, course-by-course international transcript translation and evaluation service, as most of these services include all of the abovementioned information. Get started with Canvas In addition to Canvas and Course Work, the Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning (VPTL) also supports the following digital learning platforms: Lagunita, Coursera, Novo Ed.To pursue a local hosting option, talk to administrators and colleagues within your department or submit a Help SU request.All of these tasks can be completed at your convenience – there's no need to "come to class" at a particular time of day, although some assignments do have due dates.Deadlines and due dates display in local time and use a 24-hour clock, so be sure to carefully check the time at which an assignment is due.form in order for an evaluation to be completed and any eligible credit to be awarded.Please note that all documentation must be in the English language (or all documentation must have a certified English translation).