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Campaign To Define Course Types

Campaign To Define Course Types

Applicable Learning Management System(s): Blackboard Ultra, Blackboard, Canvas, Moodle, D2L

Campaign Description: As the COVID pandemic stretches on, institutions are considering alternative formatting for course delivery. Many universities are offering a variety of hybrid courses blending synchronous and asynchronous delivery. The goal of this campaign is to help students and faculty alike with their registration process by defining the types of classes offered.

Submitted by (and on behalf of, if applicable): Annelise Ewing Goodman


Important Registration Announcement

This pop-up message serves as a template to define what types of courses are offered at your institution. Pick and choose which are fitting and delete the others.

Location: Course Home

Audience: Students and Instructors

Content Type: pop-up message



Copy Message Content: 

It’s registration time again! Please note the instructional type of course you are selecting. Below are the types of courses offered at NAME UNIVERSITY next semester:
1. Classroom Course: In-person instruction during scheduled class meetings
2. Synchronous Online: Online courses in real-time; requires no face-to-face
3. Asynchronous Online: Online Courses that happens on your schedule; requires no face-to-face
4. Blended (Hybrid) Classroom course: In-person activity is mixed with occasional online meetings
5. Blended (Hybrid) Online Course: most course activity is completed online, but there are some required face-to-face instructional activities such as lectures, labs, etc.
6. Flexible Mode Course: Offers multiple delivery modes so that students can choose which delivery mode(s) are best for their learning.
Make sure to get registered (LINK) by DATE for Summer 2021 and Fall 2021 classes! 
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