Online learning offers flexibility that students may not have in a traditional in-seat course. For many, that flexibility is what allows them to take classes setting their own schedule for when to work through course content, participate in discussion, and complete assignments. However, an online course is not a correspondence course, designed to be a self-paced independent study. In hybrid and online courses, students still have course reading expectations, assignments with due dates, and interact with faculty and classmates.
The resources on this site are designed to familiarize you with eLearning at Grand Valley. We've organized content into two areas: one for instructors who are new to online and hybrid courses, and another for those ready to take their skills to the next level. We invite you to explore the content using the navigation menus above.