Taking Online Courses
Many students desire the flexibility an online course allows while meeting the same learning outcomes as a traditional in-class course. Similar to a traditional in-class course, an online course follows a schedule and syllabus with quizzes, assignments, required readings, chat sessions and discussion board postings usually due by certain dates. Instead of attending lecture sessions in a classroom, online students access course content via the internet through PowerPoint presentations, podcasts, video demonstrations, assignments, websites, etc. The instructor maintains contact with the students through online office hours, chat sessions, email, or telephone.
Support for Belmont Online Students
Before You Register
Is Online Right for You?
If you are wondering whether online learning is right for you, this assessment tool could help you decide. It provides insight into skill sets which lead to success in the online learning environment.
7 Tips for Successful Online Learners
This YouTube video contains seven basic tips for online students.
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Print Books Available In the Belmont College Library
Click to see catalog information about each book and whether the book is available at the library. Descriptions for each book were provided by the publisher.