Requesting Access to a Sample Online Course

Last revised: 02/19/2021 by dsm


This article provides information about available sample online courses and how to request access


Are you a UConn faculty member curious to see what an online course looks like?  Request access to one of the sample courses listed below. These courses were developed by a UConn faculty in collaboration with UConn eCampus instructional designers and are viewable via HuskyCT.

To request access, email with your full name, NetID and the course(s), from the list (below), that you would like to view.

  • ANTH-1000: Other People’s Worlds (Eleanor Ouimet)
  • BME-ENGR-3120: LabVIEW Basics for Engineers (David Kaputa)
  • CHIN-1122: Modern Chinese Culture (Nan Meng)
  • COMM-4222: People of Color and Interpersonal Communication (Shardé Davis)
  • CSWK-5345: Clinical Conditions with Children & Adolescents (Caitlin Elsaesser)
  • ENGR-5312: Engineering Project Planning and Management (Raymond H. Williams, Jr.)
  • HDFS-3277: Issues in Human Sexuality (Laura K.M. Donorfio)
  • KINS-5507: Fundamentals of Exercise Prescription (Linda S. Pescatello)
  • MATH 1070Q: Finite Mathematics for Business and Economics Majors (Amit Savkar)
  • MATH-2110Q: Multivariable Calculus (Anthony Rizzie)
  • MSE-5320: Behavior of Composites (Greg Ojard and Rajiv Naik)
  • POLS-2062W: Privacy in the Information Age (Kristin Kelly)
  • POLS-3604: Congress in Theory and Practice (Thomas Hayes)

Are you interested in developing an online course or learning more about designing quality online and hybrid/blended courses?  See the eCampus site for more information.