Delivery methods vary according to each institution. Online video, live-streaming of lectures and downloadable text and photos are some examples of delivery methods. Some institutions have an online learning management system through which you will access most of the course information, materials and online discussions
- Assiniboine Community College - You can find out more about the delivery methods that ACC uses on the Delivery Methods page.
- Brandon University - Courses are delivered through a learning management system, Moodle, where courses are delivered by a combination of recorded lectures, PowerPoint slides, readings, videos, class discussions, assignments, and tests.
- Red River College - Red River College uses a number of methods to deliver distance courses. The Continuing Education catalogue of courses identifies the delivery method used in each course.
- The University of Winnipeg - The University of Winnipeg delivers its distance courses using two different delivery methods. The Web-Based Program involves the delivery of video lectures via the web (VOD) and nexus. In-class lectures are recorded live and later posted for viewing. All lectures are available for the entire term. The LMS Online Program delivers the course via nexus, the University of Winnipeg's learning management system. Courses are available 24/7 and most are designed in modules that provide links to websites, images, PowerPoint presentations, and more.
- Université de Saint-Boniface - Access to courses can be found on the Access to Online Courses page.
- University of Manitoba - Information about course delivery methods can be found at the Online Learning page on the University of Manitoba’s website.