WITC Course Delivery Options
Interactive Television (ITV): Courses which involve real-time live video/audio instruction via network or broadcast technology where classes include students at one or more remote sites and interaction between the instructor and students is synchronous. The ITV class may be composed of students at the same site as the instructor and students at one or more remote sites. The video signals may be one-way or two-way; audio interaction is two-way. WITC offers courses at a variety of convenient locations throughout the district over an interactive television (ITV) network.
Accelerated: These courses are limited to students who are in an accelerated program, such as Supervisory Management. You will need to contact the instructor or academic/divisional dean to enroll in these classes if you are not part of an accelerated program.
In Person: This is the "traditional" way that classes are offered. You are expected to attend all scheduled in-person class meetings.
Web Enhanced: You will be expected to attend all scheduled in-person class meetings. You will need to use a computer and the internet to access course content and materials from Blackboard.
Hybrid: You will be expected to attend all scheduled class meetings. The remainder of the class will be conducted online. You will need to use a computer and the internet to access your course content and materials from Blackboard.
Online: Online courses are defined as instruction offered via the Internet and accessed by the student using a Web browser. Off-line supervised tests/exams at specified sites may be conducted in conjunction with these courses. Check the class notes for details when you register. If you are new to online courses, you may wish to review Frequently Asked Questions and WITC's Hardware Requirements.
Independent Study: This is a self-paced format. You must be responsible for meeting with the instructor the first week of class for orientation and contract signing, and be highly organized and self-motivated to succeed. (Instructor meeting can use Lync, telephone, etc.) Your instructor, however, may require you to meet on a one-on-one basis at some time. Check the class notes for details when you register.
Work Based Learning: Work based learning is a work based educational experience that provides students opportunities to attain work that is correlated with program instruction.