Distance Education FAQs
These are some helpful answers to some commonly asked questions. If you have other questions, send them to the CIS office staff (firstname.lastname@example.org). How does a Web course work?
- Courses are recorded during the live on-campus lecture.
- Lectures are available on-line.
- Homework assignments can be faxed or emailed whichever the instructor prefers.
- Assignments are graded and faxed back to the students.
- Each student is required to select a person who agrees to act as proctor for the semester.
- Exams are faxed to the proctors which then administer the exam and fax them back when completed.
- Exams are graded and faxed back to the student.
The Minimum Computer Requirements.
- PentiumII 200 MHZ.
- 64 Megabytes of RAM.
- Video at 800x600 at 256 colors.
- Modem with a minimum transfer rate of 28.8 Kbps.
- Sound Card and Speakers.
- CD-ROM drive.
- Pentium4 or Celeron processor at 1.7 GHz or higher.
- 256 Megabytes of RAM or higher.
- 20 GB hard drive or larger.
- Broadband internet connection (DSL or cable modem) or 56k modem.
- Sound card and speakers.
- CD-ROM drive.
How much does a Web course cost?
- Course costs change slightly each semester and the current cost can be found here.
- Textbook requirements are not included in these costs.
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