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Online Success Faculty Resources

The Online Success Team supports faculty within the online program.

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Special Session Faculty FAQs

Have questions about teaching a January Term or Summer Session course? Please review the FAQs available on the Academic Affairs website.

Summer + J-Term Faculty FAQs

The primary goal of the Online Success Team is to support both the faculty and students within the online program. By collecting data submitted by instructors, we are better able to target those students in most need of assistance and work toward better outcomes for everyone involved. For our traditional online students, enrolled in online-only programs, we have been using Loynotes to track early warning flags. This survey is designed for intervention opportunities to help students who may be struggling in their online classes. Please share what you can based on assignment submission and student communication. 

Please complete this Survey or access the survey link: 

To complete for your student(s), please follow the instructions below:

1.    Click here to login to Loynotes. 

2.    On the left you will see a list of your classes that contain one or more of the students we are requesting information about. 

3.    Simply click on a course, select the student or students for whom you have feedback, and click the "Complete Survey" button to respond to the brief questions.

4.    If you are satisfied with the performance of any student at this point in time, simply select the student and click on the "No Concerns" button (you can select multiple students if you wish).

If you have any questions about logging into Loynotes, please contact Stephen Lousteau ( 

We have been using a platform called to provide free tutoring for certain subjects to traditional online students. All online students are enrolled in a Canvas course called "Online Student Resources" and they can find the tutoring link there. You can always direct them to Dr. Corina Todoran ( if they are not sure how to access it.  Every semester we update the list of available subjects according to our course offerings. As of now, these are the subjects available:


  • Intro to Business
  • Legal Environment of Business
  • Personal Finance
  • Business Law
  • Strategic Communication
  • Business Communications
  • Business Statistics
  • Principles of Macroeconomics 
  • Financial Management 
  • Project Management
  • Production and Operation Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Management and Organizational Behavior
  • Management Information Systems
  • Contemporary Management Decision Making
  • Operations and Process Management
  • Financial and Managerial Accounting
  • Principles of Managerial Accounting
  • Principles of Financial Accounting

Computer Science:

  • Introduction to Programing I
  • Introduction to Programing II
  • World Wide Web and Scripts
  • Object Oriented Programming 
  • Introduction to Relational Databases


  • Professional Writing
  • Critical Reading and Writing


  • First Year German


  • US Military History
  • Global History I
  • Global History II
  • American Beginnings


  • Survey of Calculus
  • Introduction to Finite Math
  • Graduate Statistics
  • Math Models

Microsoft Help:

  • Microsoft Access
  • Microsoft Excel


  • Investigating Nature

Social Sciences:

  • Global History
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Global Sociology
  • Social Psychology
  • Introduction to Research
  • Killing Democracy
  • Information Literacy and Interdisciplinary Research
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Race, Racism, Privilege
  • Research and Statistical Methods


  • Epidemiology
  • Advanced Pathophysiology