Glossary

Glossary

H
  • Hybrid Course (HY)

     

    Hybrid courses combine both an online and classroom component.  These courses require that students spend 50% of the scheduled class time in a traditional classroom setting with the remaining 50% of the class being held in a virturl online classroom.  Students must have access to the Internet and be familiar with email, the web, creating and saving documents and uploading files. 

     

Top
I
  • Internet Course (IN)

     

    An Internet (online) class is an asynchronous format conducted almost, if not entirely online. Some courses may require that students come to campus to take tests in an approved testing location, attend field trips and/or complete other course requirements. 100% of classroom time in an Internet class is in an online, virtual classroom. Internet courses are not self-paced, there are required due dates and deadlines.  Students must have access to the Internet and be familiar with email, the web, creating and saving documents and uploading files. Students may be required to attend a class orientation prior to the start of the class.

Top
W
  • Web Enhanced Course (WE)

     

    Web Enhanced classes are traditional synchronous courses that require students to attend the entire scheduled class on campus. These courses are enriched by the addition of an online component and require that students be actively engaged in that online component. (This online component may be hosted on our course management system or other web locations.) Students must have access to the Internet and be familiar with email, the web, creating and saving documents and uploading files. 

Top