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Delivery Methods1a

  1. 1. Online Many courses are entirely Web-based and use the Internet for communication, course centered research, and information resources. Students who don’t have access to the Internet from home can participate from the computer lab at their local University College Center or site. Some of these courses may require a computer with specific multimedia capabilities. Are online courses for you? Take our quick quiz.
  2. 2. IT V Interactive Television (IT V ) courses are broadcast live by faculty from university campuses to University College Centers and sites across Maine. Students view the class on T V monitors and interact with the instructor and other students using a toll- free classroom telephone.
  3. 3. IT V - Videostreaming Many IT V courses are recorded in a live on- campus classroom and later digitized and made available for students on the Internet. The professor may grant students anytime access to the lectures or choose to make them available only at centers.
  4. 4. Videoconferencing Videoconference ( VC) courses offer two- way video interactions. Available on the University of Maine System campuses, most UC Centers, Lewiston/Auburn College, University College of Bangor, and the Hutchinson Center in Belfast.
  5. 5. For more information visit www.learn.maine.edu/courses or call 1-800-868-7000 .

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