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Remote Learning Tips from Faculty

Our faculty understands that those who haven't experienced remote learning might be uncertain about what it means and how to use it. Hear from our professors about various remote learning opportunities and support services to ensure your success.

Synchronous Learning

 

Asynchronous Learning

     
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Math department faculty show synchronous learning.

 

Sara Taylor (Math) explains asynchronous course.

     

Tutoring

 

General Overview

     
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Sara Taylor demonstrates how to use Math Center tutoring help.

 

Dr. Liz Faber gives a general overview of online English classes.

     

Testimonials

 

General Overview 

     
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Business students talk about their experiences with remote learning.

 

Dr. Navina Hooker (English) discusses how she approaches remote learning.

Course Delivery Options

ADL – Asynchronous Distance Learning: This class does not have specific meeting times and will use remote/online environments only, such as Blackboard. 

SDL – Sychronous Distance Learning: This is more like a traditional classroom experience, meeting virtually during specific times through remote/online environments such as Zoom or Collaborate.

CDL – Combined Distance Learning: Students will meet during some of the specific meeting times listed in the class schedule through remote/online environments such as Zoom or Collaborate. Students should expect that 25-75% of the class will meet synchronously during the scheduled meeting times. Specific dates can be found in the course syllabus. Students will also be using remote/online environments such as Blackboard for asynchronous components.

HYA – Hybrid with Asynchronous: Students will be expected to attend some sessions on campus in small groups; these dates can be found in the course syllabus. The remainder of the course will be completed without specific meeting times through remote/online environments such as Blackboard.

HYS – Hybrid with Synchronous: Students will be expected to attend some sessions on campus in small groups; these dates can be found in the course syllabus. The remainder of the course will be completed during specific meeting times through remote/online environments such as Zoom or Collaborate.