Students - Navigating Online & Hybrid Courses
Here are a list of definitions for Instructional Delivery Methods
Computer Requirements for Online Courses
- All incoming and current students will need to have a functional camera, microphone, and speaker. For additional information visit our Videoconferencing Equipment Guide.
- Reliable Internet will also be vital when taking online courses. Please visit Home Internet Tips for further information.
- Visit the College of Engineering's Incoming Student Computer Requirement page for a list of all current hardware requirements.
- Test out your internet before your first class and make sure you have a stable connection.
- Have a good quality set of speakers or headphones to ensure you can hear class conversation.
- If your class requires or allows verbal participation make sure you have a working microphone and you know how it integrates with the software your professor is using.
- NOTE: many headphones have a built in microphone
- Talk to your professor as soon as possible if you know that you will not have internet access on a particular day.
- If you have or think that you may have a disability, please visit the Services for Students with Disabilities website by clicking here.
If you need help navigating your online courses, please visit Tips for students navigating online classes. There are other great resources for students. You can visit Academic Success in a Virtual World for resources on how to stay connected, or visit the Student Respondus Guide for information on how to download and test Respondus LockDown Browser.
As Engineering students, you have access to free computer support through the SWAT (Software Assistance and Triage) office.