Welcome to Distance Learning (DL) for the College of Computing, Engineering and Construction (CCEC) at the University of North Florida. If you are new to distance learning, here's a brief overview to help you gain a better understanding of how this process works.
Courses are recorded live in a classroom environment, and web cast over the Internet for on-demand streaming of recorded lectures. Distance Learning students may choose to watch live, or watch later, and have unlimited access to video lectures anytime, any place. Faculty also have access to their distance learning lectures so that they may review content and teaching style. For some courses, students may be required to participate on campus for special projects or class exams. Check the course syllabus for the dates and times when on-site attendance is necessary.
Freedom and Flexibility
Distance Learning offers freedom and flexibility in educational opportunities. Successful DL students are self-motivated, goal-oriented, and disciplined in keeping a study schedule and completing coursework. Taking this active role in education helps students become resourceful at using new technologies, which results in a tremendous advantage in the workplace. Distance Learning provides students and working professionals a convenient way to earn a degree or continue their academic development.
Beginning Fall 2016, a fee of $30 per credit hour will be assessed for students enrolling in UNF distance learning sections to help supplement the additional costs involved in delivering these classes.