SURV 62 Section 1619

Introduction to Aerial Remote Sensing & Photogrammetry

General Info:

Fall 2024
3 Units
Final Exam:  12/16/2024
Textbooks:  • Bookstore   •Library

Status:

Total Seats: 24
Current Enrollment: 8
Seats Remaining: 16

Important Information About This Class:

This course will utilize Zoom for all online instruction. Active synchronous visible participation and attendance are required for the entire duration of all online class meetings.. There will be two daytime in-class field demonstrations possibly on Saturdays. Dates for those two events will be established during the first week of instruction. Further details will be provided in the course syllabus. Students are required to have a suitable computer, reliable internet access with a minimum of 5 Mbps UPLOAD speed, a functioning webcam that has both video and audio capabilities, and the ability to print and scan 8-1/2 x 11-inch sheets of paper (at the instructor’s discretion, clear and legible digital photos may be an acceptable alternative to scanning). SRJC does have a first-come-first-served laptop loaner program through SRJC Student Services. Cell phones and the majority of tablets are not suitable for attending this course. Computers must be capable of running GIS, CADD and statistical analysis software, Microsoft Office Suite, and Adobe Acrobat Pro. Please note that some applications may not run adequately on a Mac OS. If your computer does not meet the minimum system requirements for running Autodesk Civil 3D 2024, ESRI ArcGIS Pro, and Star*Net version 12, and Google Earth Pro. or if you have a Mac or a Chromebook computer you may have difficulty completing assignments. OS emulators and boot partitions are not supported by the instructor, are the sole responsibility of the student, and will not be considered an excuse for inabilities to complete coursework.

  • Course Fee: $10.00

Meetings:

Days Times Dates Instructor Location Building/Room
MW 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm 08/19 - 12/11 Parks R;   Looper J;   King N;   Online - Sync
   Definitions of Synchronous and Asynchronous

Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Definitions:

Synchronous Online:
The class meets online, usually via Zoom, at set times and days. See the class details and/or notes for specifics on this meeting schedule.

Asynchronous Online :
The class has no meeting times or days. Students view instructional materials and complete assignments online on their own time following a schedule of due dates.

Note: Some classes may include a mixture of face-to-face, online asynchronous, and online synchronous. See the class details and/or notes for more information.

ONLINE
MW 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm 08/19 - 12/11 Parks R;   Looper J;   King N;   Online - Sync
   Definitions of Synchronous and Asynchronous

Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Definitions:

Synchronous Online:
The class meets online, usually via Zoom, at set times and days. See the class details and/or notes for specifics on this meeting schedule.

Asynchronous Online :
The class has no meeting times or days. Students view instructional materials and complete assignments online on their own time following a schedule of due dates.

Note: Some classes may include a mixture of face-to-face, online asynchronous, and online synchronous. See the class details and/or notes for more information.

ONLINE

Content:

Online Content: Not Available
Syllabus (PDF): Not Available
Syllabus (Canvas): Not Available

Important Section Dates Below:

Last Day to Add Without Approval Last Day to Add With Approval Last Day to Drop and be eligible for enrollment/course fee refund Last Day to drop without a "W" Symbol
Sunday, August 25, 2024 Sunday, September 8, 2024 Sunday, September 1, 2024 Sunday, September 8, 2024
Last Day to Drop with a 'W' symbol Last Day to Opt for P/NP First Census Date Mid-Term Date
Sunday, November 17, 2024 Monday, September 9, 2024 Monday, October 21, 2024