Distance Learning Classrooms

Synchronous distance learning (DL) courses are those in which the teacher and students meet at the same time, but are separated by physical location and distance. This approach can extend the reach of faculty to remote student populations, provide access to experts, and support ongoing access to course content anywhere, at any time.

 

UTM's DL synchronous courses are those which meet one of the following criteria:

  • Has one or more student groups that regularly meets in a remote location at the same time and connects to a live classroom on campus- e.g. an off-campus center.
  • Has a F2F and DL course section cross-listed so that DL students can individually join remotely to participate in the class.

Courses that meet these criteria and are scheduled in a DL classroom have a technician assigned to the course to aid the faculty member on use of equipment, support remote students connecting to the class, and ensure that the class has no technical issues.

 

Students Learning via Video Conference

 

There are multiple classrooms currently located at:

  • Main campus
  • Jackson Center
  • Parsons Center
  • Ripley Center
  • Selmer Center
  • Somerville Center

Questions about room scheduling may be directed to:

Mary Beth Fortner, Distance Learning Admin., x. 7085 or mfortne9@utm.edu

 

Questions about development of DL classrooms may be directed to:

Erica Bell, Director of Educational Outreach, x. 7089 or ebell@utm.edu

 

Questions about support services for DL classrooms may be directed to:

Erica Bell, Director of Educational Outreach, x. 7089 or ebell@utm.edu

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