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The University of Calgary main campus is located at 2500 University Drive NW.
After registering in this course, the building and room number will be posted in your account and on your receipt. Please check for room changes within 24 hours of the class starting.
Off Campus courses are offered in a variety of locations. Refer to Section Notes to determine your the location of your course. If you have already registered for a course, the location will be provided in your receipt.
Field trips, meetings, and activities to support regular programming. On and off campus.
Online Synchronous courses are hosted using Zoom or Microsoft Teams videoconferencing software. Classes are held online in real time, at specified times and dates. Please note that times are provided in Mountain Time (MT).
While participating in a Zoom class, students can interact directly with their instructor and classmates through live conversation, text chat, and screen sharing.
Instructor-led, with no scheduled live videoconferencing
Your course will be delivered using Desire2Learn (D2L), the University of Calgary learning management system. Unlike correspondence or self-paced courses, asynchronous courses are instructor-led and require regular student participation throughout. There are learning activities and assignments included in each D2L course that would fall under instruction.
A blended course means that some classes are taught in a classroom and some classes are taught online in either a synchronous or asynchronous manner. The majority of blended courses have scheduled start- and end-dates, and students are expected to engage fully in their studies whether in class or online.