Generally, the virtual education programs available through Educere offer the convenience of studying where and when it fits the registrant's schedule. The manner in which a particular virtual education program is carried out varies from institution to institution and from program to program.
Most of the programs offered through Educere are delivered primarily through the internet and/or computer. However, the methods used to deliver a given program could include any combination of the Internet, Email, Streaming Video, Streaming Audio, DVD, CD, Video Tape, Audio Tape, Real-time Telephone-based Meetings, Real-time Web-based Voice Meetings, Real-time Web-based Text Meetings, Print Materials, and Traditional Mail. While most programs are delivered in an asynchronous (anywhere, anytime) environment, some programs may include synchronous (real-time) components.
Most programs require access to an internet connection. Typical features of a web-based program could include an online syllabus, calendar, streaming video or audio lectures, interactive problems, lecture notes, threaded discussions, live chat room, exams, grades, email and resource links. Some programs may require textbooks, supplementary materials, and proctored, offline examinations.
Details about how a particular virtual education program is delivered is found on the Program Overview page in the Course Finder section of this website. Among other things, the Program Overview includes information about the program education level, subject area, and schedule. A sample of a program, or a program demo, from the institution providing the program is also provided when available.
* The Delivery Methods listed above are for informational purposes only. Each Educere Participating Education Provider may describe the Delivery Method for a particular program in different terms.