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Definitions of Course Modalities at GCC

Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, GCC has planned its fall schedule with maximum flexibility. Many courses are listed "hybrid" in the event we need to resort to remote/zoom learning. Please read the instructor comments about the course carefully for specific details.
In Person
Course instruction is provided at a specific location on a specific day and time.
Course instruction is provided using a video conferencing tool, which connects the instructor of a course section with students in one or more specific locations on a specific date and time. Each connected course section will list the location where the student will attend.
Not In Person – Asynchronous (Not at scheduled times)
Course content is delivered online with a flexible schedule as directed by the instructor.
Not In Person – Synchronous (At scheduled times)
Course content is delivered virtually/online on specific days and times as directed by the instructor.
Not In Person – Partially Synchronous (Some scheduled times required)
Course content is delivered virtually/online with some work required to be accessed on specific days and times, as directed by the instructor.
Hybrid
Course content is delivered at a specific location on a specific day and time (as with in-person classes), and part of the course is also completed virtually/online.
HyFlex
Combines online and in person instruction simultaneously into one single course section. Students are able to participate in class in different ways: as a synchronous distance learner (via real-time, video-streaming); as an asynchronous distance learner (accessing materials, recorded lectures, and responding at a later time); as an in person learner (physically present in the classroom); or as a flexible learner (with a degree of choice as to how they participate each week; sometimes in person, sometimes by streaming class sessions, etc.).

Instruction Delivery Locations

Batavia
In person instruction for this course is delivered on the Batavia Campus in an assigned classroom, lab or lecture hall.
Campus Center (Albion, Dansville, Medina, Lima, Warsaw)
In person instruction for this course is delivered at one of the regional campus centers in an assigned classroom or lab.
Online

Instruction for this course is delivered entirely online. Students may complete the coursework at any location where they have access to all necessary technology. Online courses may be offered using Synchronous, Asynchronous, or Partially Synchronous delivery methods.

Students should review Blackboard and the course syllabus for specific technology requirements. (Proctored exams may be required.)

Remote

The delivery location has changed: Instruction for this course would ordinarily be delivered in an “In Person” format at the Batavia Campus or a Campus Center; however, this term, it will be delivered virtually in a specified online delivery method: synchronous, asynchronous or partially synchronous. Many remote courses will replace in person learning with video conferencing requirements such as “Zoom”.

Students should review Blackboard and the course syllabus for specific technology requirements. (Proctored exams may be required.)