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  • Professional Growth for Educators | UW Independent Learning
    teacher licensure and or professional development into your busy life as an educator Independent Learning can help Study on your own schedule when it s convenient for you Independent Learning has courses that meet Wisconsin teacher licensure and continuing professional growth requirements If you are currently working in a degree program leading to licensure course approval must be obtained from your home campus For questions about Wisconsin teacher licensure contact the Department of Public Instruction DPI Teacher Licensing at 608 266 1028 If you live outside of Wisconsin check with your state licensing agency Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction DPI Teacher Licensing PO Box 7841 Madison WI 53707 7841 608 266 1879 phone 800 266 1027 automated answering message The courses listed below often meet DPI licensure requirements Please verify with DPI that your course or courses will fulfill any requirements Special Education U194 300 The Exceptional Individual Human Relations U990 465 Human Relations in the Education Community U448 699A Independent Reading in Wisconsin Native American History Environmental Education U416 339 Environmental Conservation Conflict Resolution U272 511 Conflict Resolution The UW Madison Education Outreach office also has information on which IL courses meet teacher requirements You may ask your questions

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  • Submit Print Assignments | UW Independent Learning
    questions or problems with submitting assignments contact us at 1 877 UW LEARN 895 3276 or by email at il uwex edu Indicates a required field Personal Information 6 Digit Registration ID First Name Last Name Email Address Course Information Assignment Number Attach Your Assignment Course Please Select a Course A101 ABC CEOEL Course C216 M28 Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure U104 454 Modern African Prose and Poetry in French Print U156 100 General Anthropology U156 104 Cultural Anthropology and Human Diversity U156 314 Indians of North America U188 100 Survey of Astronomy U208 100 Survey of Botany U216 311 Principles of Marketing U224 103 General Chemistry I U244 205 Greek and Latin Origins of Medical Terms Print U244 370 Classical Mythology U272 511 Constructive Conflict Resolution U315 301 Human Abilities and Learning U315 320 Child Development Stelzel U315 321 Human Development in Adolescence U350 102 Freshman Composition U350 151 The Bible as Literature Print U350 168 Intro Lit 20th Century English and American Print U350 201 Intermediate Composition The Essay Print U350 203 Creative Writing The Short Story Print U350 219 Shakespearean Drama I U350 249 Women Novelists of the 19th Century Print U350 268 Intro 20th Century African American Lit U350 269 American Indian Literature Print U350 312 Willa Cather Print U350 315 Virginia Woolf Print U350 323 History of the English Language U350 324 The Structure of English U350 431 Ernest Hemingway Print U350 610 The American Short Story Print U350 611 The Contemporary Short Story Print U3600 110 College Algebra U3600 117 Elementary Statistics U3600 221 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I U3600 222 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II U3600 223 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III U400 101 First Semester French U400 102 Second Semester French U400 203 Third Semester French U400 204 Fourth Semester French U400 227 Intermediate French Language and Culture Print Sage Goellner U400 271 Introduction to French Literary Analysis Print U400 313 Introduction to Business French Print U400 347 Introduction à la civilisation francaise Print Sage Goellner U400 454 Modern African Prose and Poetry in French Print U416 339 Environmental Conservation U420 100 General Geology U424 101 First Semester German U424 102 Second Semester German U424 203 Third Semester German U424 204 Fourth Semester German U424 391 German for Reading Knowledge Print U428 103 First Semester Greek Print U428 104 Second Semester Greek Print U448 120 Modern European History U448 393 The Civil War Era 1848 1877 Print U448 699 J Connors Independent Reading in WI Native American History U508 101 First Semester Italian U508 102 Second Semester Italian U524 103 Elementary Latin I Print U524 104 Elementary Latin II Print U524 203 Intermediate Latin Print U524 204 Introduction to Latin Literature Print U640 100 Weather and Climate Print U660 101 Appreciation and History of Music U660 308 Jazz Styles An Introduction to the History of Jazz U754 103 General Physics I Print U754 104 General Physics II Print U778 104 Introduction to American Politics and Government U820 202 Introduction to Psychology U820 461

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  • Request an Exam | UW Independent Learning
    Human Diversity U156 314 Indians of North America U188 100 Survey of Astronomy U208 100 Survey of Botany U216 311 Principles of Marketing U224 103 General Chemistry I U244 205 Greek and Latin Origins of Medical Terms Print U244 370 Classical Mythology U272 511 Constructive Conflict Resolution U315 301 Human Abilities and Learning U315 320 Child Development Stelzel U315 321 Human Development in Adolescence U350 102 Freshman Composition U350 151 The Bible as Literature Print U350 168 Intro Lit 20th Century English and American Print U350 201 Intermediate Composition The Essay Print U350 203 Creative Writing The Short Story Print U350 219 Shakespearean Drama I U350 249 Women Novelists of the 19th Century Print U350 268 Intro 20th Century African American Lit U350 269 American Indian Literature Print U350 312 Willa Cather Print U350 315 Virginia Woolf Print U350 323 History of the English Language U350 324 The Structure of English U350 431 Ernest Hemingway Print U350 610 The American Short Story Print U350 611 The Contemporary Short Story Print U3600 110 College Algebra U3600 117 Elementary Statistics U3600 221 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I U3600 222 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II U3600 223 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III U400 101 First Semester French U400 102 Second Semester French U400 203 Third Semester French U400 204 Fourth Semester French U400 227 Intermediate French Language and Culture Print Sage Goellner U400 271 Introduction to French Literary Analysis Print U400 313 Introduction to Business French Print U400 347 Introduction à la civilisation francaise Print Sage Goellner U400 454 Modern African Prose and Poetry in French Print U416 339 Environmental Conservation U420 100 General Geology U424 101 First Semester German U424 102 Second Semester German U424 203 Third Semester German U424 204 Fourth Semester German U424 391 German for Reading Knowledge Print U428 103 First Semester Greek Print U428 104 Second Semester Greek Print U448 120 Modern European History U448 393 The Civil War Era 1848 1877 Print U448 699 J Connors Independent Reading in WI Native American History U508 101 First Semester Italian U508 102 Second Semester Italian U524 103 Elementary Latin I Print U524 104 Elementary Latin II Print U524 203 Intermediate Latin Print U524 204 Introduction to Latin Literature Print U640 100 Weather and Climate Print U660 101 Appreciation and History of Music U660 308 Jazz Styles An Introduction to the History of Jazz U754 103 General Physics I Print U754 104 General Physics II Print U778 104 Introduction to American Politics and Government U820 202 Introduction to Psychology U820 461 Abnormal Psychology U820 530 Intro to Social Psychology U820 560 Child Psychology U837 265 Intro to Mental Health and Stress Mgmt U900 131 Criminal Justice in America U900 212 Marriage and Family U900 225 Racial and Ethnic Minorities U900 313 Law and Society U900 357 Methods of Sociological Inquiry U900 530 Intro to Social Psychology U912 101 First Semester Spanish U912 102 Second Semester Spanish U912 203 Third Semester Spanish U912 204 Fourth Semester Spanish U912 224 Introduction to

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  • Books & Materials | UW Independent Learning
    other online or traditional retail bookstores Purchasing your books through Follett will ensure that you get the right editions of the right books for your classes Buy Books through Follett When purchasing textbooks please be sure to verify the title edition author ISBN number etc that are listed for each required text in your class es and plan ahead to have your textbooks available by the start date of your course s Materials may also be purchased from Follett via phone fax or mail Follett 918 S Park Lane Suite 105 Tempe AZ 85281 5126 Phone 866 243 0077 Fax 480 829 9497 When ordering textbooks from Follett by phone identify yourself as a UW Extension student and specify your program of study Independent Learning along with the course number and title to identify your courses and texts New or Used Textbooks In most cases you have the option to purchase a new or used textbook When purchasing a used textbook please note that some textbooks require students to have a special code to access required supplemental materials These codes are often not available with used textbooks but they can be purchased separately If you purchase a used textbook refer to your course syllabus and then purchase the code if you need it You will need to purchase the code through the book s publisher What Is the Follett Return Policy Read about the Follett return policy here May I Purchase Texts from Other Vendors You are welcome to buy your books anywhere However it is your responsibility to obtain the correct book and appropriate edition for your class Be careful to use the exact ISBN numbers to ensure you have the correct edition of the text Allow enough time for delivery to ensure your books arrive by the start

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  • Transcripts | UW Independent Learning
    Current Students Desire2Learn D2L Submit Assignments Request Exams Books Materials Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Transcripts To transfer credits to your home campus submit your signed transcript request form to the Student Records Office Their contact information follows UW Extension Student Records 702 Langdon Street Room 139 Madison WI 53706 Fax 608 265 3163 Phone 608 262 1953 Email studentrecords ecc uwex edu You may order copies of your transcript for 8 00 each If you provided us with a tuition waiver from a UW campus when you registered complete and return the transcript request form and we will send your transcript to that institution at no charge If you choose to scan and email your form please do not include your credit card information on the form Instead call Student Records directly to pay over the phone Please note If you are a current student looking to earn credit toward your degree please talk with your campus adviser to confirm that credits for your chosen course will transfer toward your degree You may ask your questions through online chat Monday through Friday 8 00 a m 4 30 p m U S Central Time View Our Course Catalog Choose from

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  • Instructor Resources| UW Independent Learning
    information including the grade The information will also be emailed to IL but it is expected that the instructor will enter the grade in LPV Send the student an email and attach the graded assignment Independent Learning Partner View Allows you to enter grades directly into the student record system record notes about student issues or check on student status e g Is the student still enrolled If you need

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  • Parlimentary Procedure | UW Independent Learning
    Services at Email il uwex edu Toll free telephone 1 877 UW LEARN 895 3276 TTY toll free telephone Via 711 relay How do I register You can register by choosing Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure Dynamics of Leadership in the IL course catalog Who takes this course This introductory course in parliamentary procedure is designed to help leaders managers and others involved with organizations to have more productive meetings What are the knowledge areas covered in the course Basic Principles and Procedures Introduction of Business Classes of Motions Business Meetings Main Motions and Resolutions Ranking Motions Subsidiary Ranking Motions Privileged Non Ranking Motions Incidental Motions and Motions That Bring a Question Again before the Assembly Officers Boards and Committees What is the cost of the course Specific Cost Information What is the cost of materials for the course The following information is provided for perspective Keep in mind that it is approximate The textbook Robert s Rules of Order Newly Revised costs approximately 35 00 plus shipping For specific price information please contact Follett our virtual bookstore at 866 243 0077 or visit the Web site at http www uwilshop com How do I get the course materials after registering To order course materials please contact Follett our virtual bookstore at 866 243 0077 or visit Follett If I have any questions about the course may I phone or email my instructor directly Students may email their instructor at any time Contact by telephone depends on the individual instructor Contact Independent Learning at 1 877 UW LEARN 895 3276 if you have questions about contacting your instructor Does the course run on a semester basis No you may register for the course at any time You have a year from the date of registration to complete your course What is

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  • Smarter Measure | UW Independent Learning
    Policies Transcripts Instructors Resources Smarter Measure Are you ready for distance learning Thinking about taking an online or distance learning course Would you like some personalized feedback on whether distance learning is a good fit for you Try SmarterMeasure Please note that all links on this page will open in a new window SmarterMeasure is a FREE online personal assessment tool It takes between 20 40 minutes to complete and includes five major assessment components that measure Reading comprehension Basic technical competency Individual attributes like self motivation persistence and time management skills Preferred learning styles and Typing speed and accuracy SmarterMeasure provides you with immediate results and resources And it can help you decide if distance learning is the right choice for you If you are interrupted during the assessment you will be able to re enter using the username and password If you have any questions an online adviser is ready to discuss your results To start taking SmarterMeasure now follow the link and use the username and password provided here Username partner Password students http uw readi info You may ask your questions through online chat Monday through Friday 8 00 a m 4 30 p m U

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