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Distance Learning takes place between you and your instructor primarily through web-based communication via technology such as the Internet, audio, and video.
The following resources provide information, tips, and best practices to ensure your distance learning is efficient, convenient, and successful:
Online Blackboard Course Support
Blackboard Resources on Accessibility
The accessibility of the Blackboard Learn™ platform is an important part of design and development at Blackboard. Blackboard is committed to providing adequate documentation, resources and references for those looking for more information about the accessibility of Blackboard Learn.
How to submit an assignment through the Assignment
Click on the link above to go to begin a tutorial on how to submit an assignment through the Assignment Manager.
Taking an online Test/Quiz tutorial
Click on the link above to begin a tutorial on how to take an online Test/Quiz.
Creating a Discussion Board
Click on the link above to begin a tutorial on how to create a Discussion Board post.
Checking Grades tutorial
Click on the link above to begin a tutorial on how to Check your grades.
More Resources that will help with your online success
10 Attributes Of A Successful Online Student.
This handy inforgraphic says it all.
Tips for Online Student Success
Thinking about taking an online course? We compiled some helpful tips that will assist you when you’re taking a distance education class at Cincinnati State.
What is the difference between a web-based course and a hybrid course?
Students at Cincinnati State can enroll in two types of online courses. Follow the video link to find out more about both types of online courses.
Distance Learning FAQs
Frequently asked questions about Distance Learning.
Distance Learning Glossary
The Distance Learning Glossary contains terms and definitions related to distance and online learning.
Google Docs Information
Google Docs is an easy-to-use online word processor where students and teachers can share and collaborate on online documentation
Non-Attendance in Web-based and Hybrid Courses
Due to a recent change in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR668.22) that covers institutions taking academic attendance, a new policy has been implemented. Visit the link for more information on this policy.