Curriculum Delivery Modes
For fall and winter of 2021, most of the courses could be taken either in person or
remotely (hyflex mode). Most classrooms and labs were outfitted with an additional large screen, a rotating
camera, and other equipment that maked the physical classroom visible to students
online and online students visible to the faculty and students in the room. In addition, some
classes were offered online only or as a hybrid of hyflex and online. A few classes, whose essential learning outcomes require in-person
work, were only available face-to-face (in-person only mode).
Students could choose whether they wanted to attend in person or remotely for the term.
In-Person Attendance Experience
To mitigate risk for the campus community, everyone was required to wear masks and
to observe 6-foot distancing in classes and in other public spaces on campus. Like
all employees, students were asked to complete a short health screening form daily.
Classrooms were arranged for distancing requirements and were fitted with technology
that made students attending in person and students attending remotely visible to
Students were provided with guidelines for health-related circumstances and policies.
Remote Attendance Experience
Spring term of 2020, all classes were conducted remotely.
In 2021-2022, remote students participated in the live class sessions using their
computer’s video and audio capabilities.
Classrooms had technology that made students attending in person and students attending
remotely visible to each other.