I recently received an email indicating that I have incomplete courses. When I followed the link to upload my project for Old World Essentials, I noticed that now there are specific parameters to be followed when completing this project. The current project requirements are different from those expressed when I took this class, and originally submitted my project almost two years ago. They are not on the syllabus I still have in my possession. Do I need to redo my project to comply with the current standards and receive credit or may I resubmit what I previously provided two years ago?
Also, when I did take the class I was informed there was not an associated quiz and that I would receive a grade solely based on the project. Is the quiz a requirement as well and if so, is there a study guide I can use in preparation? I only ask because it has been over a year since I took the course and I would like to be prepared. Please advise me on what I can do and whether there is a specific deadline.
Thanks Keith, I appreciate the help. Additionally, I have an incomplete notice for the New World Essentials class I took in early 2014. For that class I submitted a project which required us to “uncover” a new world region not covered in class. Per your suggestion I used Tasmania. Do I need to resubmit that project as well? Also, do the same grandfather conditions apply for me taking this test as they do for the Old World Essentials?
I noticed that my queue for completed courses does not reflect my completion of the Global Studies or Foundation courses. Are they no longer recognized for professional certification?
Good questions! Yes, you can upload your project. You don’t have to comply with current standards. You were grandfathered in to the national certification program, so you do not have to pass the re-certification exam. However, you will have to take the exam before the certification is valid (It won’t count, but you will have to take it)