Welcome to Latin Online, a premier language of the humanities and sciences that has been studied by most educated persons in the west for the past 2000 years! The Latin 101 and 102 courses online will help you acquire the same reading skills and appreciation of Roman culture as do our on-campus courses, Latin 101 and 102.
The content of this course is divided into six units. Each unit is in turn divided into chapters that correspond to the chapters in your textbook. The menu to the right will always display the main links of the unit you are working on. Note the links under the main menu. They provide information that is related to the content of the page you are browsing.
The activity checklist is a chart that gives you important information regarding the time and pace of the course. You are strongly encouraged to use the unit checklists to keep track of your progress in time and to make sure you complete all activities. You may either print it off and pencil in the dates as you make progress or you may save it in your computer and enter the dates using your word processing program. Click on the button below to download a sample checklist.
For each Latin Online course there are "windows" of time within which you must complete our course activities within the twelve-week span of the course. The windows for the six unit tests will be from three days before the due date until 12AM Central Daylight Time on the due date specified in the syllabus. These six tests must be proctored. If you are close to the ISU campus, you may use the testing facility at the Center for On-Line Learning, located in 60 Carver Hall. If you registered for the course, you should have received instructions to select and set up a proctor for your tests in an e-mail from the instructor. If you have not received this information, please let the instructor know immediately.