September 1: Labor Day (Holiday)
September 3: Classes begin
November 27-28: Thanksgiving recess
December 1: Classes resume
December 9: Classes end
December 10: Study Day
Honestly answer the following questions to find out if online learning is the best choice for you.
Are you able to express yourself clearly through writing and do you follow written instructions well? (Skills: Written Expression and Reading Directions)
Do you feel comfortable with technology and have reliable access to the Internet? Specifically, are you able to upload and download documents, search and browse the Web, use email, interact in the online discussions, type or keyboard? Can you get online reliably every day to perform class work online? (Skills: Computer/Technology Skills and Access to the Internet)
Are you good at managing your time when left to study or do class work outside of a normal class schedule? You must be prepared to schedule some time online several days each week. (Skill: Time Management)
Can you focus when asked to read and communicate online? Are you able to get things done by talking to others online? Can you learn without an instructor in the same room? (Skill: Concentrate, perform and communicate online)
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New Feature: Subscribe to a Discussion! You can choose which Discussions you want to stay updated on and which you don't.
View detailed release notes about this new feature and more at help.instructure.com.
Depending on the program, you may take some or all of your courses online.
From registration to authentication, check out the new online services.
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