Fall 2020 Course Types

In the fall 2020 semester (which begins Wednesday, August 26), you can expect to see five different course types: TRAD, HYBR, ONLN, LRON, and OLCR. Please refer to the graphic below for additional information. To register, click here.

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On-Ground

These courses are delivered on campus at a specific time, place, and location.

Technology: Minimal, depending on the instructor assignments and instruction (unless a shutdown occurs); however Blackboard is often used for delivery of supplemental course materials.

Online

These courses are delivered fully online (asynchronously).

Technology: Students need a reliable computer with internet connection. Typically, all instruction and assessment are delivered through Blackboard—often in conjunction with publisher-based content. These courses include discussion boards, assignments, projects, assessments, etc.

Online with Classroom Component (OLCR)

These courses may require an on-ground orientation and/or proctored assessments, although all instruction is delivered online (asynchronously).

Technology: Students need a reliable computer with internet connection. Typically there is an expectation that Blackboard will be used for the delivery of ancillary readings and instructional content, assignments, assessments, and (captioned) recordings of lectures or other relevant media.

Live/Remote Online Courses (LRON)

These courses are delivered fully online with LIVE (synchronous) instruction at specified times listed on the class schedule.

Technology: Students need a reliable computer with internet connection. Typically there is an expectation that Blackboard will be used for the delivery of ancillary readings and instructional content, assignments, assessments, and (captioned) recordings of lectures or other relevant media. Live sessions may also be hosted using MS Teams or WebEx.

Hybrid

These courses include on-ground and online delivery of instruction with a focus on scheduling a limited number of class sessions on campus at a specific time, place, and location.

Technology: Students need a reliable computer with internet connection. Typically there is an expectation that Blackboard will be used for the delivery of ancillary readings and instructional content, assignments, assessments, and (captioned) recordings of lectures or other relevant media.