Does any distance education program offers video Lectures or audio ?
With the increase in popularity of distance education a large number of online degree programs offer at least some sort of multimedia component, at minimum most will have audio lectures. So, one should typically expect that the majority of online program will offer students components such as, audio lectures, streaming video discussions, and some even use ipod technology as a part of their curriculum.
The list below is a collection of institutions that I have found which advertise their use of audio/video components in their online programs.
- Jacksonville University
- Saint Leo University
- Abilene Christian University
- Charter Oak State College
- Full Sail University
- University of Cincinnati
- Argosy University - Online
- Westwood College
- Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences
- Lehigh University
- Mississippi State University
- Portland State University
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