Your Guide to Succeeding as an Online Student
If this is your first online course, you may be feeling a bit anxious about how online learning works and what skills and technology requirements you'll need to learn. The first thing to keep in mind is that we will do our best to support you in your learning.
Our online programs are specifically designed to provide you with a flexible, engaging and high-quality learning experience. For the most part, online learning is not much different than learning in a classroom setting.
The tutorials and resources below are designed to provide you with the support you need to succeed as an online student.
If you have questions or simply want to learn more about online learning, visit the links below:
For online courses that have been developed and released specifically for online consumption, Canvas, our learning management system, will be your primary platform.
Online learning generally consist of content and curriculum that is taught using research-based best practices for both live and self-guided learning. Live class sessions are scheduled on specific days/times, which allow students to have virtual interactions with the instructor and other students.
Zoom is a user-friendly video conferencing platform for students and instructors to engage in real-time learning. It’s perfect for facilitating live group learning, sharing visuals and engaging in small or large group activities.
Learn the basic features of Zoom:
Coursera is an online platform that offers self-paced online courses specializations and degrees from top universities, including courses created by us. These self-paced courses allow you to view pre-recorded lectures and complete assignments within a more flexible time frame.
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