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Basic information: Learning to Write a Syllabus
Basic information: Learning to Write a Syllabus

There is basic information that needs to be on every syllabus. Sometimes this key information is simply missed. A syllabus needs to contain many pieces of key information about a course, including a course description, contact information for the instructor and detailed information on any required prerequisites.The placement and inclusion of this information in is important. Learn where this information should be contained on the syllabus and how including this information enhances the student's’ experience.

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