Classroom Instructional Methods
ACCL — Accelerated classes offer the same content in a condensed time frame. These classes meet on scheduled dates and times at Moraine Park sites. You communicate with the instructor in person. Assignments and projects require extensive time outside of class. Assignments may be required for the first class. These classes are usually offered once a week so you can take multiple classes in one semester. In ACCL programs you may be expected to follow a sequence of accelerated classes.
BLD — Blended classes are a combination of Online, Interactive Video Conference (IVC) and Classroom. Coursework is completed both online and in the classroom. For the online work, a computer with Internet access is required. Students use their Moraine Park student e-mail to submit assignments using the Microsoft Office Suite software. Instructors will supply further information during the first class session. Classroom learning will take place either in a classroom at one site or at up to three different sites using the IVC system.
IVC — Interactive Video Conference classes are offered at multiple Moraine Park sites with video and audio interaction through television medium and microphones. These classes meet at scheduled dates and times. You communicate with the instructor via audio and video technology.
ONL — Online classes are offered via the Internet. A computer with Internet access is required. Students use their Moraine Park student e-mail to submit assignments using the Microsoft Office Suite software. You have the flexibility to learn where you choose. These classes may require students to log into designated chatrooms on a set schedule and, in most instances, have specified start and end dates (see course descriptions). Some classes may also require additional software (see course descriptions). Communication with instructors is done via e-mail and threaded discussions. Online classes delivered via the Internet will have an additional $45 fee.
SPCS — Self-Paced Computer Software concept means you may start a class anytime within a semester. Class completion dates are communicated during the face-to-face orientation and are strictly adhered to by the College. If the competencies and components of the class are not satisfactorily completed by the end of the semester, you will receive an “F” for the class grade. An orientation session is required before beginning SPCS classes.
SPOL — Self-Paced Open Lab Within the scheduled open labs, students choose times to attend class. Required orientation includes lab expectations, testing requirements, class duration (11 weeks, etc.), and other logistics.
Campus and Center Abbreviations
|ALN: Allenton||JUN: Juneau|
|BDC: Beaver Dam||KEW: Kewaskum|
|BRL: Berlin||LOM: Lomira|
|BRD: Brandon||MRK: Markesan|
|CAM: Campbellsport||MAY: Mayville|
|EDN: Eden||NHL: New Holstein|
|FDC: Fond du Lac||OKF: Oakfield|
|FXL: Fox Lake||PRN: Princeton|
|GRL: Green Lake||RIP: Ripon|
|HRT: Hartford||ROS: Rosendale|
|HRC: Horicon||SLN: Slinger|
|HUS: Hustisford||WAU: Waupun|
|JAC: Jackson||WBC: West Bend|