It is a delivery model that uses a mix of online and in-person online instruction. Synchronous (in-person online) instruction allows for the instructor and student to engage simultaneously (online) using the video conferencing tool Microsoft Teams during a scheduled time. Other resources, activities and assignments are provided in Blackboard, for students to access during a given time framework.
It is recommended that you have a computer and Wi-Fi access for your course. Materials and your student learning platform are not optimized for mobile devices and can require significant amounts of bandwidth to access.
Access to campus during COVID-19 is still restricted. This winter, Continuing Education courses are being offered by Alternate Delivery which uses web technologies and resources to facilitate and contribute to learning that takes the place of a face to face course on campus.
Alternate delivery classes have a specified time to meet online, just like being in class. Most classes are held weekly at the same time and on the same day. However, you can access the course information in Blackboard 24-7.
You will need a computer or tablet with a camera, mic and high speed internet access.
This is something the teacher will decide. For some students it may take too much bandwidth which can affect the internet connection.
As an SLC student you will have a student account which includes an SLC email address. You will access your course through this account. You will find Microsoft Teams here and it is the program that you will use to attend class.
• To register online for Alternate Delivery courses/programs, visit: Continuing Education
• To register by phone for Alternate Delivery courses/programs, call Toll Free: 1-866-276-6601, Mon.-Fri., 8am-4pm
Have your credit card ready! Credit cards, Visa debit and pre-paid credit cards are the only accepted forms of payment for online purchases.
Once you have registered, you will receive an email confirming registration/payment.
Register early to reserve your spot in a course and to avoid cancellations due to insufficient enrollment.