Video Conferencing

Videoconference courses allow students at different Jefferson State campuses or instructional sites to receive simultaneous instruction via two-way video, interacting with their instructor and their classmates as though all participants were in the same classroom. Interactive videoconference courses are similar to traditional lecture courses, with regularly scheduled class meetings. Students are expected to attend class in the videoconference classroom on the days and times specified in the class schedule. Students in interactive videoconference courses may be required to use Blackboard or other forms of instructional technology. Students enrolled in a videoconference course must be able to present a valid photo ID upon request to verify their identity and should expect to do so to complete some course requirements.

Students in interactive video conference courses may be required to access course materials in Blackboard.