Course Delivery Options
Flexible Learning Options at Central Lakes College (CLC)
CLC has course delivery methods that include face-to-face and virtual options for greater flexibility for students. Virtual options may use Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or other technologies. To access online and virtual courses, students should have regular access to a computer, webcam, and a reliable internet connection.
Please review the descriptions of course delivery methods below. Not every course is offered in each delivery method, so please check the delivery method column on the course schedule for details. Click on the title of the course to see important notes about delivery method, meeting information, etc.
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Course Delivery Methods:
In-Person: All course meetings are on-campus.
Online Synchronous: The instructor will teach live virtually. All instruction is delivered online with required, real-time (synchronous) meeting days/times that are listed in the schedule. Students attend virtually.
Online Asynchronous: All instruction is delivered online with no required scheduled meetings or attendance. Students complete coursework by accessing instructional materials online.
Blended/Hybrid: 25-75% of instruction is online (asynchronous) with regularly-scheduled, mandatory, in-person meetings.
LiveOnline: The instructor will teach from the classroom. Students may attend the course in-person or live virtually. To find LiveOnline courses in the course schedule, set the Delivery Method to “In-Person” and look for “Videoconferencing Originating Site” in the Delivery Method column. Click on the title of the course to see the course attendance policy and course recording information.
HyFlex: The instructor will teach from the classroom or live virtually. Students may attend the course in-person or live virtually. Click on the title of the course to see the course attendance policy, course recording information, and instructor location.
Mostly Online: Instruction is delivered online (asynchronous), with up to two possible in-person meetings and up to four required proctored exams.
For further information on CLC’s course scheduling, view our CLC Course Scheduling Guidelines (pdf)