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George Joeckel
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PDF Course Schedule Builder

Best Practice Published 5/15/12 Last updated on 2/28/20
An open-source tool developed at Utah State University which allows instructors to create an accessible course schedule for an online course in a native PDF environment--Adobe Reader. Click here to view a "how to" video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QZQiwzsr2k. Download the tool at http://fact.usu.edu/files/uploads/PDFCSB_v1.pdf. Attached is an example course schedule.
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Anthony Salters

Posted on 5/29/20 3:53:38 PM Permalink

​This doesn't work.

Randall Osborne

Posted on 3/14/20 3:14:08 AM Permalink

​Logged in via schools account and it downloaded great. It did ask if I wanted to allow it. Thank you this will be helpful

Shannille Williams

Posted on 5/30/19 5:52:08 PM Permalink

​Link does not work.

Denise McDonough

Posted on 4/25/20 6:17:17 PM Permalink

I created an Adobe account and it let me click the download link and get it. Perhaps it changed when Adobe started requiring logins for even old software (it is what I do at work)

Donna Pence

Posted on 8/8/18 7:47:35 PM Permalink

Wasted an hour downloading updates to adobe. Please take down this lesson!​

Elaine Robinson

Posted on 3/20/18 10:21:48 PM Permalink

​This will not download

bummer!!

Denise McDonough

Posted on 4/25/20 6:16:50 PM Permalink

I created an Adobe account and it let me click the download link and get it. Perhaps it changed when Adobe started requiring logins for even old software (it is what I do at work)​

Denise McDonough

Posted on 4/25/20 6:17:05 PM Permalink

I created an Adobe account and it let me click the download link and get it. Perhaps it changed when Adobe started requiring logins for even old software (it is what I do at work)

Sera Hirasuna

Posted on 7/28/17 3:52:37 PM Permalink

I cannot download. I've used Chrome and Explorer. Has it been taken off?​

George Joeckel

Posted on 10/2/12 5:54:52 PM Permalink

Thanks John!

John Doherty

Posted on 10/2/12 3:31:45 PM Permalink

Many thanks for sharing.

George Joeckel

Posted on 6/19/12 5:53:20 PM Permalink

Thanks Madara Smile

Madara Mason

Posted on 6/19/12 4:54:23 PM Permalink

Great tool. I'm always looking for new ways to help faculty develop their courses in an organized way. Wish I had this when I was still faculty!