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pdp 101: How to Navigate the PDP Internet course

Course Outline

Instructor

Sue McNamara, MS, CRC, CPRP
Boston University Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation
940 Commonwealth Avenue West, 2nd Floor
Boston, MA 02215
Phone: 617/358-2574
Fax: 617/353-9209
E-mail: suemac@bu.edu

Description

PDP 101 will help beginners with the basics and necessities of navigation to aid with coursework comprehension and understanding, as well as provide valuable tips for intermediate and expert internet users.

Goals

This course is designed to give current PDP students an understanding of how the classes will operate, as well as to provide tips on how to get the most out of their PDP Internet Courses.  Completion of this course is not required, but is strongly recommended, as it explains the operation, navigation, and format of the PDP courses.

This course also can be used by the prospective PDP student as a sample to observe how an actual course within the PDP Internet Course Program will operate and navigate.

Required Texts

There are no required texts for PDP 101, but external links may be referred to in the lectures for further reading.

To participate in PDP Internet courses, minimum hardware and software requirements are strongly recommended. You may view these requirements by clicking here.

Cost

This course is free of charge.

Credits

This course has no credit or PDP hour value.

For More Information

PDP 101 Syllabus
Instructor Profile

For more information about our distance learning options, please visit our website at http://www.bu.edu/cpr/training/distance/index.html or contact:

Sue McNamara, MS, CRC, CPRP
Director, Professional Development Program
Phone: 617/358-2574
Fax: 617/353-9209
E-mail: suemac@bu.edu

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