Our distance learning course includes both student-paced (asynchronous) learning modules and live (synchronous) events.
Students have access to all asynchronous content for one week prior to the official start date for the course and two weeks after course completion.
In addition to submitting a quality rad-path correlation case, students are expected to complete seventy-five percent (75%) of all activities to qualify for a certificate of course completion.
All required activities are ungraded assignments but will show as complete/incomplete in the students' grades. The student's course transcript and attendance records will be provided to their residency program director and coordinators at the completion of the course.
Student Paced Learning Modules
- All participants must begin by creating an account in Canvas, logging into Canvas, and setting up their profile. Canvas will be the home base for lectures, course resources, and faculty information.
- Modules are organized alphabetically by organ section (⭐) and then numerically by presentation.
- Dates have been assigned for all required assignments to help participants keep pace throughout the course.
- Due dates are suggestions and will show in the student's course calendar. Students will have a full seven weeks to complete all asynchronous materials.
- Suggested due dates will show in the student's course calendar.
- Note: In some cases, the faculty have prerequisite activities for some of their presentations (⏰). Students will not be able to move forward in the learning module until the prerequisite activity is complete.
- Asynchronous lecture recordings (🎦) include the lecture length in the title header to assist in planning your time commitments.
- Additional resources (🔎) are provided by the faculty to assist in organizing, or furthering, the student's learning.
- Asynchronous lecture recordings have a Survey (📋) at the end of the module please complete this for each lecture.
Live Course Events
- Live (synchronous) events for the course will be presented via the Zoom web-conferencing program.
- All live events are scheduled in the student's course calendar.
- Live lectures and seminars are identified by 💻.
- Students are expected to participate in seventy-five percent (75%) of the live lectures to qualify for a certificate of course completion.
- Live lectures will be recorded and made available in Canvas for two weeks after course completion to accommodate those in other time zones.
- Students are expected to view the lecture recording(s)📼 if unable to attend the live event.
- Live events (and subsequent recordings) are ungraded assignments, but participation will be reflected as complete/incomplete in the student's grades.
- Many AIRP faculty are offering virtual office hours 🙋 for individual questions or further discussion. Please attend as you determine necessary.
- Office hours will not be recorded.
- Live events have a Survey (📋) at the end of the module please complete this for each lecture. You do not need to review the recording if you attended the live event; Simply answer the Survey (📋) at the end of the recorded module.