Course Delivery Method Definition
A course may be classified as a distance education course, a hybrid education course, or a face-to-face education course and the “principally” will be interpreted as 70–75% or greater.
- A distance education course is offered principally by distance delivery methods.
- Distance delivery means that the student and instructor are not both physically present at the same time and place. Examples are course activities offered through the use of television, audio, or computer transmission including open broadcast, closed circuit, cable, microwave, or satellite, audio conferencing, or computer conferencing.
- A face-to-face education course is offered principally by face-to-face delivery methods.
- Face-to-face delivery means that the student and instructor are both physically present at the same time and place.
- A hybrid education course is one in which there is a blend of distance delivery and face-to-face delivery methods. The course meets neither the distance education nor the face-to-face definition.