Online learning experiences will be part of all program delivery methods, including face-to-face (in-person) delivery. As there is no one-size-fits-all approach to program delivery, the amount of online learning required will vary across courses.
Flexible online delivery means that instead of meeting with your instructor and classmates on campus, you’ll connect with your class and access course materials on a virtual platform. You’ll complete and submit assignments and assessments using online tools and apps.
We know that online learning may be new to many of our students. It may even be scary to those who aren’t familiar with how it works.
That’s why we’re working hard to ensure our online program delivery gives you every opportunity for success:
- We’re working hard to ensure your courses and programs provide opportunities to engage with your instructors/fellow students and build important class connections.
- We’re developing assignments that are appropriate and fair in the online environment.
- We’re designing courses with flexibility in mind, so they fit your own schedule as much as possible.
The skills and tools you use in online learning are becoming essential features in nearly every industry workplace and career path. Flexible online learning will make it easier for you to hit the ground running in the new world of work from day one.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Does Red River College Polytechnic use a specific online system/platform to teach? If so, do all classes use the same platform or is it random?
Are students who take online courses doing nothing more than reading books and watching PowerPoint presentations?
Will all RRC Polytech courses be delivered via online conferencing (Zoom, WebEx, Skype, Microsoft Teams, etc) all the time?
Will courses have instruction, or will they be self-guided?
What is the College doing to make online courses engaging?