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Flexible Course Delivery Format Definitions​


BTC has added a variety of flexible course delivery formats. Please see the definitions below for clarification.

F​ace-to-Face Course
In a face-to-face course, class time is delivered at the​​ designated campus in a classroom, lab, etc. The course may or may not include web content as enhancement.

Online Course
In an online course, 100% of the content is delivered online. Proctored testing/assessment may be required. Students need regular access to a computer with a high speed Internet connection. For more information about online and/or hybrid courses attend one of the Online Student Orientation sessions.  This link provides the scheduled sessions for this semester.

Hybrid Course
A hybrid course is a course in which the content is delivered in a blend of face-to-face and online formats. Between 40% and 60% of the content will be delivered online. Students need regular access to a computer with a high speed Internet connection.

ITV Course

Courses are offered over the compressed video system in specially equipped classrooms​.

Hybrid/ITV Course
A hybrid/ITV course is a course offered over the compressed video system in specially equipped classrooms in which the content is delivered in a blend of face-to-face and online. Between 40% and 60% of the content will be delivered online. Students need regular access to a computer with a high speed Internet Connection. .

FlexLab MyEdChoice Course
Student attendance times are flexible, but must be done at the specified 
campus during open lab hours. Students can choose to receive the non-lab instructional content in the following ways:

  • in the classroom at a set class time
  • live during class time using video conferencing
  • online at anytime.

F​lexLab Hybrid Course​
Student attendance times are flexible, but must be done at the specified campus during open lab hours. The non-lab instructional content is delivered online.

MyEdChoice Course
​No lab is associated with this format. Students can choose from three different ways to attend each week/day of the class.

  • in the classroom at a set class time
  • live during class time using video conferencing
  • online at anytime

Participation is counted through: 
1. comments/activities in the classroom or using video conferencing.
2. through online discussions/online activities.

FlexLab Course

This course is taught completely in the lab. Student attendance times are flexible, but must be done at the specified campus during open lab hours.


  
  
  
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The purpose of the Teaching Learning Center is to provide support to instructors along three strands. This support is delivered through just-in-time training, email support, phone support, workshops and video/text tutorials.

Learning Management System: Blackboard Learn

  • Support instructors' use of Blackboard for all course delivery models
  • Please click the "Video Tutorials" > "Blackboard Video Tutorials" link on the left navigation to access tutorials.
  • Support Instructors on various educational technologies for all delivery modes.
  • Please click the "Video Tutorials" > "Other Educational Technology" link on the left navigation to access tutorials.
  • Offer TLC workshops as well as workshops led by other BTC experts or outside experts in the field; organize and cover costs for the Flexible Learning Conference, and other professional development opportunities.​
Teaching and Learning Center Contacts
Lynn Neitzel
Director of Teaching and Learning Resources

608-743-4508
lneitzel@blackhawk.edu
Location: room 2204

(Central campus -
Student Success Center)​


Cynthia Delcourt​
Teaching and Learning Specialist
(including Blackboard and educational technology support for instructors)
608.757.7632
Location: room 1507 
(Central campus -
Teaching Learning Center)
​​Jeff Ziegler
Instructional Design Specialist
(curriculum design support for instructors and faculty professional development)
​608.743.4403
jziegler@blackhawk.edu
Location: room 2203

(Central campus -
Student Success Center)

BTC Help Desk*
Instructors or students with login issues, , BTC email, or MyBTC.
The Help Desk is also tier 1 student support for Blackboard.
* The Help Desk is not part of the TLC but are listed here because of their role as student suppport resource for Blackboard.

(608) 757-7711
 
ITS room 2409
 Central Campus