Provide the code indicating the course instruction mode.
Explanation of Use
Hybrid (Face-to-Face and Online)
A course offering that depends on both academic technology and face-to-face contact as significant components of communication between student and instructor, and among students. One-third to two-thirds of the student/faculty and student/student contact time is online. The remaining communication is face-to-face – similar to a traditional class.
A course offering in which the majority of the instruction occurs when the student and instructor are not in the same place. An online course uses academic technology to mediate most teaching and learning, but it may require up to two hours of face-to-face meetings within the term. These face-to-face class meetings may be used for activities such as orientation, special in-class presentations, or exams.
A course offering that depends on face-to-face contact such as lecture, discussion, demonstration, and direct exchange of materials as the primary method of communication. Face-to-face courses usually have a fixed day and time and are scheduled in a classroom, laboratory, or studio. However, courses with a TBA pattern, such as supervision, can also have an instruction mode of face-to-face. The majority of classes are scheduled in a face-to-face format.
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