Online/Hybrid Course Info And Resources
Courses that are not fully taught in-seat in a classroom may make use of various technologies to conduct instruction, including Sakai, Zoom, and other online resources.
A hybrid course meets in person and has online work that replaces some in-person class time. The amount of time spent in person and online varies between courses. The in-person time is noted in the schedule (or syllabus). Online work may be synchronous (everyone at the same time) or asynchronous (on your own). Additional information in the schedule you may see:
– the Building Code is HYS (Hybrid – Synchronous) or HYA (Hybrid – Asynchronous
These courses generally have two meeting patterns, one designating the HY code (everything else TBA); and a second designating the days/times/location for the actual in-seat instruction.
Always refer to your instructor and the syllabus on Sakai for further information.
Courses that are fully-online (no in-seat classroom at all) are considered Online courses. Like Hybrid courses, Online courses may be conducted synchronously or asynchronously, and they are designated in the following ways:
– the Building Code is OLS (Online – Synchronous) or OLA (Online – Asynchronous; all else is TBA
Fully Online courses carry a technology fee ($75 per credit hour) though some adjustments for the COVID-19 pandemic have been applied.
Some courses are designated as HyFlex (HYF in the comment field) – offered both in-seat and online, with the student able to flex as needed between both modalities.
Courses held fully in-seat (no online option) are designated as Face-to-Face (FTF in the comment field) courses.
Again, refer to your instructor and your syllabus on Sakai for further information about the conduct of the course. Additional information, support, and tutorials are provided below by the Center for Teaching and Learning, IT Services, and other resource centers.