Most courses are designed to be taken independently at the convenience of
the participant. Most are structured around 3 to 5 sessions, each
including a recorded web cast lecture. The lecture will cover course
educational material from the associated Encyclopedia of Water TreatmentTM
course CD-ROM, as well as text and questions taken from the course textbook.
Credit for viewing the web cast is earned by submitting the answers to the
assigned questions that are discussed within the web cast.
An additional research and reporting assignment will be due at the midterm in
the course and/or at its completion. At the course completion,
participants must pass the final examination from the course CD-ROM, which in
itself qualifies the participant to receive a minimum grade for the course of
"C". Points obtained from submitting answers for the weekly assignments,
and for the mid-term and final research assignments may enable the participant
to achieve a "B" or "A" grade in the course.
College courses using multimedia CD-ROM, textbook, and the
internet for Certification, Continuing Education Credits (CEU), Professional
Development Hours (PDH), or Degree.
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December 18, 2012.