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Spring 2022 Falcon Online Course Shells

by Erlande Laguerre on 2021-12-03T11:03:28-05:00 | Comments

Falcon Online Spring 2022 course shells are now available!

This is the time of the semester when we often get inquiries regarding the availability of the course shells for students and faculty. As a reminder, Falcon Online shells are generated 45 days prior to the start of the following semester. Instructors are enrolled during this period into their specific course shells. If a course shell is not visible, the department has not released it in the schedule for open enrollment or it may be a limited access course.

Student enrollment begins 30 days prior to the start of the semester, students can see their courses, but cannot access the course until the first day of the semester start date. All students can access their Falcon Online homepage Announcements, Office365 widget, and 24/7 Falcon Online technical support. If you wish to contact your students before classes begin, you can use the Falcon Online course shell to send an email to your classlist welcoming students and providing any housekeeping updates.

The Falcon Online enrollments are updated daily at 2:30am, 7:30am, 2:30pm, and 9:30pm. As always, if you have any questions, feel free to contact the Faculty Innovation Center at 386-506-3485 or FIC@daytonastate.edu.

 

 


Erlande Laguerre
Instructional Designer, Division of Online Studies
Erlande.Laguerre@daytonastate.edu | 386-506-4330
Online Studies |Faculty Innovation Center (FIC)


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