Delivery Methods

 

Introductory materials for distance delivered courses are usually mailed to students the week before classes begin. Students registering during the week before classes begin may experience a delay in receiving introductory materials.  If you do not receive introductory materials, please contact the Distance Education Office 1-800-735-8418 ext. 2124 or 307-855-2124 or by emailing distanceedinfo@cwc.edu. Please allow one week for materials being mailed. To avoid delays in receiving materials, please register early for distance delivered course and provide a current address to the Records and Research Office.

Interactive Classroom Network (ICN) - The interactive Classroom Network is a state-of-art distance delivery system.  This system allows real time interaction between instructor and students located off campus.  The Interactive Classroom Network serves students throughout Central Wyoming College’s service area.  For more information about these classes, please contact the CWC Distance Ed Tech at 1-800-735-8418 ext. 2124 or (307) 855-2124.ea.

IMPORTANT
Enrolling in a course being recorded or transmitted over the Interactive Classroom Network indicates your consent to be seen by others via the recording or at the remote site.

WEB (Internet-based Instruction) – Students are required to have access to computer equipment and the World Wide Web. Some courses also require specific software. Skills in word processing, email and internet use are necessary for success.  Computer and internet access are available on campus and at selected outreach centers for enrolled students.
 
Lecture Capture and Replay– Selected courses may be recorded and made available for replay over the internet. Check with instructor for details and availability.  
Channel 5 Rustler TV - (Riverton & Lander Only) Selected courses may also be available through cable TV on Channel 5.  The schedule can be found on at this link:

 

Video Courses – Video courses are recorded lectures. Students can check out the DVDs at the CWC Main Campus library.  DVDs can also be viewed at the CWC campus library and on-line through the Learning Management System. Those students who do not live near CWC  should contact the Distance Education Office for information on further options at 1-800-735-8418 extension 2124 or (307) 855-2124.


Telecourses - Telecourses are aired on Wyoming PBS and Rustler TV two times every week. Telecourse videos can also be viewed or checked out at the CWC Riverton campus library with a CWC student ID card or accessed on-line through the Learning Management System. . Those students who do not live near CWC or do not  have high speed internet, should contact the Distance Education Office for information on further options at 1-800-735-8418 extension 2124 or (307) 855-2124.

HYBRID – A hybrid course is carefully designed to integrate online and face-to-face experiences, using the best aspects of both environments to meet learning objectives.  In a CWC hybrid course, students are required to attend scheduled face-to-face sessions, as well as actively participate in online components.

Cost – Students enrolled for credit courses pay tuition and fees according to established campus procedures.

Consistent with its mission to value diversity and to treat all individuals with dignity and respect, Central Wyoming College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, religion, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its educational program services or activities. The college makes reasonable accommodations to serve students with special needs and offers services to students who have the ability to benefit.
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