In online courses you can participate from home, school, or your local library - anywhere with a computer and internet access. Never set foot in a classroom while entering the wonderful world of flexible learning. Online courses requires a high degree of self-motivation and time management skills are critical to success as there will be due dates for assigned work.
Your class will NOT meet face-to-face, but participating in the course and following the instructors timeline is critical. While you don't have a synchronous time that you must be online, you do have to participate regularly. The online portion can be accessed anywhere, anytime! You must check in and participate regularly.
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Online & On-Site Testing
This format differs from online courses in that they require you to take proctored exams. There are a variety of ways to have your exams proctored. Individuals who may be approved to proctor exams include:
- Adult learning center employees
- Local college testing center staff
- Commanding officers
- Employer, school, or public librarians
- Human resource or educational/training representatives
- Managers or supervisors
- Teachers/professors (academic relationship only)
Online courses require a computer/device and internet access. Your class will meet in real time online as scheduled and also have additional independent online work. Regular online attendance during the scheduled time, participation in the online activities, and following the instructor's timeline is critical. Online courses require a high degree of self-motivation and time management skills.