Delivery Method Descriptions (Face-to-face/Online)

Posted: December 18, 2020 at 3:39 pm, Last Updated: December 18, 2020 at 3:56 pm

The delivery method of each class section can be categorized in one of three ways: completely face-to-face (F2F), completely online (100% Online), or a blend of those two, generally referred to as Hybrid.

Classes can also be synchronous, meaning they meet at a set date and time, or asynchronous, meaning that while there is no set meeting time, work is done according to the deadlines in the syllabus.

You may locate the section’s delivery method in the Schedule of Classes, or on your registration by clicking on the title of the class in Patriot Web.

Face-to-Face (F2F) Designations
  • 76% – 100%  F2F:  This is considered on-ground.  For formal instruction, the instructor and learner share the same physical space more than 75% of the time. The instructor and learner interact mostly at the same time.
  • 51% – 75% F2F:  For formal instruction, the instructor and learner share the same physical space more than 50% of the time. The instructor and learner interact mostly at the same time.
Hybrid Designations
  • 50%-50% F2F:  This is considered hybrid.  For formal instruction, the instructor and learner share the same physical space 50% of the time.
  • 2% – 49% F2F:  This is considered hybrid:  For formal instruction, the instructor and learner share the same physical space less than 50% of the time.
Online Designation
  • 100% online:  no more than 2% mandatory face-to-face sessions.  Apart from a face-to-face orientation or initial class meeting, for formal instruction the instructor and learner use electronic means to interact 100% of the time. The Campus of the section will read, “Online.”

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