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Below is an example of how an online course will be displayed in your timetable:
Below is an example of how an in-class course will be displayed in your timetable:
- Program code, the unique three-digit program number for a program, example: Business (General) = 320, where 320 is the program number
- Block registration code, the code for the predetermined schedule that contains the courses a student is expected to take during the semester for a specific program. Each block is a different schedule.
- Course title, example: COMM LL044
- Course registration number (CRN), example: 30248
- Online course is indicated for courses that are delivered online with no in-class requirement. Note: Similar to in-class courses, online courses include scheduled classes on your timetable. Further details can be found on the Virtual and Remote Learning website. Specific program information can be found on the program webpage and specific communication from your program area. Find program information and contact details using the program search.
- Room location for in-class courses, example: Room: E004
- Course time (start and end time during the day), example: 8:00 am - 9:59 am
- Course duration (when your course starts and ends during the semester), example: Course Start: 06-JAN-2021, Course End: 17-APR-2021. Your program may follow a different calendar. Check the Academic and Important Dates and Exception Calendars for your program dates.
Specific program delivery information will be confirmed by your academic area. The delivery options outlined below are to be used as a guideline. If you have any questions, please find your program page to review specific information and reach out to the academic contact listed.
- In-person: lectures and learning activities held in person, with the student required to be physically present in classrooms on campus, at the scheduled time.
- Synchronous Delivery: online lectures and learning activities delivered remotely at the scheduled time. Teacher and students connect in real-time and can interact.
- Asynchronous Delivery: Recorded lectures and online learning activities delivered remotely. Students work through content and learning activities on their own schedule, but may need to be completed within a specified time period – e.g. within a week.
- Combined Synchronous and Asynchronous: Synchronous classes may be recorded and made available later for asynchronous viewing. While the content will be the same, the real-time interactions between teacher and students that occur in a synchronous class are absent.
- In-Person: Labs held in-person, with the student required to be physically present in labs and shops, at the scheduled time.
- Simulation: Lab activities are done by interactive online applications that allow students to perform simulated activities to develop and practice required skills. May be synchronous or asynchronous delivery.