Inclusive Access: Residential & LUO Graduate
Beginning in Fall 2018, Inclusive Access is being offered for LUO Undergraduate students enrolled in any LUO Undergraduate course. However, Inclusive Access is still only adopted on a limited basis for LUO Graduate or Residential students.
Students- How do I know whether my Graduate or Residential course is part of Inclusive Access?
You can determine whether your course is a part of Inclusive Access by checking for a course fee for Online Content. The course fees can be found by going to http://www.liberty.edu/financeadmin/studentfinances/index.cfm?PID=38407.
The following list of deadlines must be met in order to have your electronic course content posted for the upcoming semesters.
|Academic Technology Order Form||Course Fee Request Form|
Faculty- Adopt Inclusive Access:
Please complete the following steps in order to adopt your electronic course content and make available within Blackboard.
Step 1: Verify that the content you want to use is available in an electronic format from either Cengage, McGraw-Hill, or Pearson.
Step 2: Verify that the upcoming deadline aligns with the next available academic start date.
Step 3: Seek approval from academic leadership by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org after receiving approval from the Vice Provost.
Step 4: Complete the Fee Request Form (FRF) by the appropriate deadline so the fee can be added to the course.
Step 5: Fill out the Academic Technology Request Form so that the content can be adopted.
Step 6: Once both forms have been submitted, you will receive an email from the Inclusive Access inbox confirming the receipt of both forms.
Step 7: Work with your publisher representative and CAD to design the course.
* If you require additional assistance related to Inclusive Access, please submit an e-mail to email@example.com
|Fee Request Form (FRF) >>||Academic Technology Request Form >>|
Faculty - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Is Vice-Provost approval needed before I can complete the Academic Technology Order Form (ATOF) and Course Fee Request (CFR)?
- Yes. If the Vice Provost does not approve your IA request, you should not complete the forms.
With whom should I complete the Academic Technology Order Form (ATOF) and Fee Request (FRF)?
- These forms should be completed with your publisher representative, CAD representative, and your department's budget manager.
What is the Academic Technology Order Form (ATOF) and why is it necessary?
- The Academic Technology Order Form allows the University to keep track of courses in Inclusive Access.
- Additionally, IS Accounts uses the information in this form to provide a quote to the academic department's Budget Manager, who then creates a budget requisition for the purchase of the publisher content.
What is the Fee Request Form (FRF) and why is it necessary?
- The FRF allows the Student Accounts Office to collect a course fee from each student who uses the publisher content.
- The collected course fees are used to pay for your department's purchase of the technology.
I received a software quote from someone in the IS Accounts department. What should I do with it?
- You should forward it to your department's budget manager. He/she will use the quote to submit the required budget and purchasing paperwork for the technology.