Q&A for FALL 2020 Course Delivery

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Q&A for FALL 2020 Course Delivery

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What modality will my classes be offered at Ithaca College for Fall 2020?

Courses will have one of 4 Schedule Types assigned indicating the method a CRN will be taught:

100% On Campus Required: The class must meet in person and all students must attend in person.  This method will be reserved for classes with accreditation or regulation-related requirements, or classes with hands-on equipment-related student learning objectives that cannot be delivered remotely. Students will need to review the guidance from faculty about the online portion of the term while meeting remotely and when to expect to meet in person.

Online Asynchronous: The class meets online with no specific days or times specified beginning the first day of the term.

Online Synchronous: The class meets online on particular days and times beginning the first day of the term.  These days/times can be found on the course schedule under Instructor/Meeting times.

Hybrid: Online w/ F2F option: The class has in-person elements, but is accessible to students who are attending fully online. Students attending on campus will need to review the guidance from faculty for when to expect to meet remotely and when to expect to meet in person (for non-remote students), beginning the first day of the term.

How can I find Schedule Type in the course search on HomerConnect?

1. Click advance search from Browse classes (tutorial at Browse Classes):
2. Use 1 of the 4 schedule types to look up classes (you can search on 1 or many Schedule Types):
3. Scroll down and click Search:
4. To confirm, click on class title then Class Detail:

How can I find Schedule Type on my current schedule in HomerConnect?

1. From the student profile click Registration and Planning:
2. Click View Registration Information:
3. Click on Active Registrations and review schedule type:

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Article ID: 972
Created
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