any course in which video-cassettes are required or recommended viewing for successful completion of the course and which are integrated into the course materials. Most telecourses are broadcast on ACCESS television in Alberta.
A class that delivers content via televised lessons (sometimes referred to as modules). Students watch the lessons on cable television or on videotapes. Tapes are usually available to check out or view at the college offering the class.
Credit courses that include video programs, which are shown on cable television or available for viewing in the Lane Library or outreach centers. Some course videotapes may be borrowed from the Library, or rented for the term.
a college course in which the primary delivery of instruction is through pre-recorded broadcasts
a college course which is professionally produced and designed for television
a college credit course that allows you to complete much of your study at home by viewing televised or videotaped lectures instead of attending lectures on campus
a complete and integrated instructional system that generally includes television programs, a textbook, and a variety of other instructional materials designed to be used by students as the principal components of a college course
a complete instructional package in which video programs are used instead of classroom lectures
a coordinated learning system based on a series of television programs aired on PBS stations
a course that uses broadcasts on cable TV as an additional source of course content
a fully accredited, college-level integrated learning system based on a series of video programs supplemented by print materials (text book, study guide, etc
a videotaped course broadcast on television
a videotaped course televised for adult learners
a videotaped course televised for e Learners
Educational courseware delivered via television or other electronic means.
Courses broadcast via Channel 9 (KULC). Exams are given on campus or at extension sites located in Bountiful, Park City, Cedar Park, or Sandy. See Telecourses.
A course utilizing instruction viewed on a student's TV, either broadcast or by videotape from a VCR.
is a class or lesson that is given using telecommunication de-vices as the main delivery medium. This would include telephone conferencing, one-way and two-way television conferencing, and com-munications over a com-puter network.
A method of class presentation in which instruction is delivered through television broadcast or video tape
Material that would traditionally be communicated through face-to-face lectures is presented through a series of videotapes. A telecourse generally has these components: program viewing, reading assignments, campus visits, written assignments or projects, and tests (usually taken on-campus).
A college course using televised lessons instead of classroom meetings. The lessons may be televised or available on video tapes/ DVDs at libraries. Students are required to read textbooks and do assignments at home and come to MCC for an orientation, review sessions, and examinations.