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Are you ready for Distance Learning?

If this is your first time taking an on-line course, we recommend that you complete this self-assessment before registering.

When I receive an assignment:

  • I wait until someone reminds me that it's due, then I rush to finish on time.
  • I begin to work on it a few days before the due date. I feel I work better under pressure.
  • I note the due date in my calendar and begin working on it right away or soon after I receive it.
  • I have a tendency to turn assignments in late.

If I don't understand course material or assignments:

  • I ask questions in class, or talk to classmates for more insight. Sometimes, if I'm stuck, I'll go see the instructor in person.
  • I sometimes ask questions in class, but mostly I get a lot from listening to class discussion and lecture.
  • I keep working on it, hoping that I understand and that what I submit is what the instructor wants.
  • I check with the instructor frequently for help. It is helpful for me to hear the instructor explain materials or assignments.

The following best describes my writing skills:

  • I am comfortable communicating in writing papers, essay questions on tests, e-mail etc.
  • I can do writing assignments but I prefer hands on assignments.
  • I find writing difficult and frequent writing assignments pose a real problem for me.
  • I write well and prefer written assignments to other types of assignments.

My computer experience can best be described as:

  • Some word-processing, e-mail and using the Web.
  • Sending and reading e-mail and using the Web.
  • Word processing, using the Web, sending and reading e-mail, sending e-mail attachments and downloading and installing software.
  • Little or no computer experience.

Which of the following describes how many hours per week you can spend studying and working on an on-line class?

  • 6 hours or less.
  • 6-9 hours per week.
  • 10-15 hours per week.

Which of the following best describes how often you'll be checking in and participating in your on-line class?

  • 1-2 days per week
  • 3-5 days per week
  • every day, even weekends.

Some courses require on-campus testing. Usually, you will have a limited choice of days and times to schedule your test. If this were the case for your distance learning class, would you:

  • be able to arrange to come to campus?
  • find it difficult, but be willing to do it?
  • be unable to take exams on campus, but be willing to make special arrangements.
  • be unable to take exams on-campus and do not wish to make special arrangements.