What are Traditional, Internet, Hybrid/Blended courses?
Online Learning uses the following guidelines to understand the distinctions between Traditional, Internet, Hybrid, and Blended courses:
North Carolina Community College System
Delivery Method Reporting Changes, June 2018
Trad (f2f with tech)
College curriculum or continuing education course in which of the instruction is delivered face-to-face with the instructor and student not separated by distance. This is true even when some instructional activities are conducted using web-based technology.
Internet (designated with an I)
College curriculum or continuing education course in which the instruction is delivered via the internet/online. Courses may have proctored testing, but instruction is delivered online.
Hybrid/Blended (designated with a Y)
College curriculum or continuing education course in which instruction is delivered when the student and the instructor are separated by distance. Instructional delivery methods may include, but are not limited to: internet, LMS, licensed instructional video, CD, TV, DVD, instructional software, or other media.
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