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Our MassBay Online courses cover the same material as campus-based courses. Our skilled teachers use the Blackboard Learn™ system to conduct online classes. Some of the technologies used by instructors and students include discussion boards, online videos, podcasts, blogs, and wikis to build an online community of learners. Students participate in online class discussions and complete assignments and projects (with deadlines) just as in a campus-based course. Completing an online course is just as challenging as taking a face-to-face course, but students can contribute to discussions and complete assignments any time of the day or night each week. In return for the flexibility and convenience of online education, students must schedule their study time and take control of their own learning.
MassBay faculty design and teach our academic online courses. While the catalog descriptions for MassBay online courses are the same as those for our classroom-based courses, the teaching methods used in the two types of courses can be very different. For example, students in an online course may be required to do more reading, project-based work, or online discussion in lieu of attending lectures. Online courses typically require strong computer skills and longer time spent online than classroom-based courses.
There are two types of online courses at MassBay: online and blended/hybrid. Most of the blended/hybrid courses are offered in the STEM Division and are listed as “Hybrid” in the Bay Navigator (formerly PeopleSoft) registration system.
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