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Instruction Mode and Delivery

Instruction Mode


Refers to how course content is delivered in what would traditionally be considered as the classroom. Many instructors use technological outlets such as KSOL to post notes, lecture slides, reading materials or other resources.

These uses of technology are considered supplemental to content delivery, so are not considered as content delivery for the purposes of this process.

CodeDescription
PIn Person (Default)
Instructor is physically in the classroom and delivering content in a face-to-face format for ALL meetings of the class.
DDistance (must also supply Attributes)
Instructor is NOT physically in the classroom for any part of the class, and uses distance methods to deliver ALL of the course content.
HHybrid (must also supply Attributes)
Instructor is not physically in the classroom for PART of the class and uses distance methods to deliver parts that are not In Person.
GSGuided Study
Instructor-directed independent learning courses with set starting and ending dates that use technology to support regular and substantive interaction between students and the instructor.  Includes: independent study, research hours, internships, student teaching, individual instruction, and all other course types that do not fit into the above categories.
 Instruction Mode Example

 

Course Delivery Attributes/Values


When “Distance” or “Hybrid” Instruction Mode is selected, then also select delivery methods and percentage values; total must equal 100%.

CodeDescription
AAsynchronous
Where the students are receiving the course content ON THEIR OWN through the assistance of some form of technology, with the opportunity to interact with the instructor at another point in time.
SNSynchronous Videoconferencing
Where the instructor is delivering the course content directly to the students at the SAME POINT IN TIME, just not in the same place, using a Non-web-based technology.
SWSynchronous Web-based
Where the instructor is delivering the course content directly to the students at the SAME POINT IN TIME, just not in the same place, using a Web-based technology.
PIn-Person
Where the instructor is physically in the classroom directly delivering course content to the students -- select onlyfor “Hybrid” Instruction Mode
Values

The total percentage must equal 100%

Recommended percentages to use for delivery methods.

5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 49% 50% 51% 55% 60% 65% 70% 75% 80% 85% 90% 95% 100%

NOTES

Attach the attributes to the "Enrollment" section only.

 

Course Attributes and Couse Attribute Value


Example Values for Course Attributes and Values

Picture of Course Attribute and Value examples