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Jun 4 2020
06:37 am

From the Maryville Daily Times:

Pellissippi State Community College plans to allow students to return to campus on a limited basis this fall, offering classes in four formats: online, virtual, hybrid or on campus.

Online classes do not meet on a certain day or at a certain time, but are taught completely through Pellissippi State's learning management system.

Virtual classes are offered online but use virtual platforms such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom to offer instruction at the times and days listed in the college's fall schedule.

Hybrid courses offer part online or virtual instruction and part face-to-face instruction in a classroom, with instructors letting students know which days they will meet on campus.

On-campus courses will be limited primarily to programs that have a strong hands-on component, such as nursing and welding. A few general education courses will be offered on campus in the evening with smaller enrollments to allow for social distancing.

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