|Rachel Marsden, CMHC graduate student, co-presenting with Dr. Erickson, CMHC grad students Sean MacMillen, Molly Yarnell, and Dr. Vincenzes at the 2014 national American Counseling Association (ACA) conference in Hawaii. The title of the presentation was: Demonstration of a Real-time Virtual Classroom using a Collaborative Synchronous Tool for Online Learning and Counseling.|
Program delivery will consist of a blend of distance and face-to-face cyber instruction through collaborate synchronous tools. Courses offered via distance education modalities will utilize the latest technologies in online instruction including (but not limited to) streaming audio, streaming video, threaded discussion, real time chat , face-to-face interactions and document sharing. In addition, the online delivery software has a campus pack allowing the development of course wiki’s, blogs, journals and podcasts.
Online, web-based delivery enables working adults the flexibility to progress through the program on a part-time basis, at a reasonable pace, without interrupting their career. The program will also accommodate traditional and non-traditional students to attend on a full-time basis. Lock Haven University’s distance instructional methods are designed to maintain a personal, one-to-one mentoring and supervision relationship with degree candidates and make it possible to create active and engaged learning communities.
No campus visits or on-campus residencies are required.
Some requirements to participate effectively in our online program through Desire2Learn include:
- Integrated Webcam and Audio System
- Updated version of Java Script
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