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Are your courses taught by an instructors?
How do I know what level of instructor interaction and testing is involved in each course. It doesn't seem to be listed in the descriptions.

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Asked by nate Monday Oct 13th 2008 in Online Courses
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Hello Nate,
Glad to hear from your question i'd like to add a little answer what i had experience in my studies. Mostly course are taught by instructor interactively live, but some of our subject we take it in a module type, we only meet our instructor during examination or forum discussion. Some schools provides the framework for a degree course module awarding academic credit to science, technology, engineering and mathematics undergraduates working with teachers in local schools. to their undergraduates as an optional course module which carries credits that contribute to their degree. They provides a full set of documentation designed to help departments get the module up and running, the module is run by the university department and tutors often choose to adapt their materials to fit their own requirements.

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Hi Nate,

Yes most of our courses are taught by instructors, the rest are what is called "self directed" courses. Most of the courses state what type of learning they are. Self directed online courses put you in charge of learning at your own pace. All the materials and information are provided. When you enroll in one of Distance-Education.org online courses or a course from another partner of ours there is a point in the enrollment process you will be about to learn about the instructor and the type of learning.

For example if you click on the Enroll Now buttons for a course we offer, it will take you to a page to pick your start date and give you a name and bio of your instructor.

To learn about how you will be tested for the course and learn what type of learning it is. Look for the "Assessment" section on the course page. It will look something like this:

"This course is self-directed and assessments are graded immediately upon completion."

We are working on moving those instructor profiles to the courses pages themselves. So you should be seeing this in the next couple months.

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