An instruction course given online, using either synchronous or asynchronous communication facilities, connected to a server that acts as a repository for course information and as a mechanism for facilitating communication.
a class that is taught on the Internet, using WebCT. Courses like this will often include online chats, discussion boards, online tutorials, and online assignment submission. For more information, check out the Distance Learning website.
a complete course that includes lectures, assignments, discussions, and tests available to students who have access to a computer with required hardware and software
a course offered by a college or university (or any learning institution) which is conducted entirely over the computer (online) without requiring that the physical presence of the student in a conventional classroom
a course that delivers class material to you via the Internet
a course that uses the Internet to deliver some or all of the course
a course which is designed so that it can be taken almost entirely over the internet or the World Wide Web (WWW), using computer technology
a JCC college course that is taken entirely over the World Wide Web instead of on campus
a regularly scheduled course where the Internet is sometimes utilized for lectures, homework, labs, and tests
a type of educational resource, so it goes in the "Tutorials" category
a unique opportunity to meld your individual learning pace and style with a structured course timeline
a way to receive your course content and to communicate with your instructor and classmates via the Internet
A course in which instruction is delivered via the Internet. With some Internet courses, information is available for learners to read; other Internet courses include "synchronous" and "asynchronous" discussions and exchanges of information.
Course material and teacher-student interaction takes place over the Internet. Some online courses may require one or more campus meetings.
A course delivered through the Internet and web-based software. Students interact with the instructor and other students via email. This class format is very flexible for busy schedules due to the fact that you can log on to the course at any time of the day (or night). However, certain computer skills and a degree of determination (no procrastination) are necessary to be successful.