Interactive Videoconferencing Courses are in-classroom courses linked by interactive video to multiple classrooms. Courses are for credit and take place over a set term (6 and 12 weeks for the Summer semesters, and 16 weeks for the Fall and Spring semesters). Students are expected to attend scheduled lectures at a connected location. Details
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Beverly Bunch-Lyons, associate professor of History, shares some perspectives from her distance learning course, including tools used to foster student engagement:"Teaching online offers flexibility to students; those who have families or full-time jobs are offered the opportunity to be in a class that they otherwise may not be able to participate in.. I'm most excited about the places you can go with technology. "
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