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State College has adopted the broad expression , “eLearning” to reference understanding actions that use electronic systems generally speaking and the Internet in particular. The eLearning website is the major position of State Library actions and serves while the gate way to State Library process named Canvas. When exploring the State Library course routine , remember that course area figures recognize three several types of eLearning programs provided at State Library. .

State University offers many programs completely online. However, before registering for the first course in the programs listed below, we recommend that you contact the relevant academic department head to talk about the finer details which may affect your decision.

Online learning courses (also called “online” courses) require no on-campus visits. Note, however, many instructors do require proctored testing which students may complete over a State Library campus or in the supervision of an mutually acceptable proctor living any place in the world. Section numbers for Distance Learning courses fall within the subsequent ranges: 9500s, 9600s, 9700s, 7100s. Distance education courses are asynchronous. It indicates students are not required in order to meet using their instructor online at specified dates or times over the semester. Note, students are charged one more fee of $8.33 per credit hour for Distance Learning Courses.

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Companion Websites are web-based resources accustomed to supplement and support traditional on-campus courses. For instance , a group of assigned readings, homework, etc., are the types of things one will spot with a Companion Website. At some point during a program the instructor might instruct his/her students to reach this review , and not in place of class attendance. As most courses offered at State Library now include some online component, Companion Websites may carry section numbers in every range excluding those noted above.

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Live Online Classes: These classes utilize videoconferencing technology to construct a real-time (synchronous) learning environment for individuals and instructors. Students login for the State Library videoconferencing system at specified dates and times over the semester to “attend” class on this virtual classroom. Live Online classes are great for students who prefer real-time connection with an instructor but in addition would like to pursue their studies from an online location. Reliable Internet access , a webcam, and microphone are required. Note, students are charged an extra fee of $8.33 per credit hour for Live Online Classes.

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A Hybrid course is one out of which some element of on-campus instruction is substituted with asynchronous instruction transported to an off-campus location via the Internet. Hybrid courses are designed to simply reduce how frequent each student has to journey to any State University campus. Section numbers for Hybrid courses fall within the next ranges: 2400s and 7000-7049.