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What is the difference between an online and print-based course?

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What is the difference between an online and print-based course?

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Print-based Print-based (correspondence) studies are a continuous intake, self-paced method of learning. You will receive a home study kit, assignment requirements (via Canada Post) and be assigned a tutor who will be responsible for marking and providing some assistance through telephone consultations. Students have a maximum time limit of six months to complete print-based (correspondence) courses, including writing the final exam. Online Study in your own home, your workplace, or your community! Algonquin College is pleased to be a member of OntarioLearn, which is a consortium of 22 Ontario Colleges that provide learning opportunities through the Internet. To take an online course, students must have access to a personal computer (Pentium PC with a Windows operating System or a comparable Macintosh computer) with a modem (56 K recommended) and an Internet Service Provider (ISP). Most internet courses are offered at the beginning of each semester and are 14 weeks in duration, includi

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The manner in which you submit assignments varies depending on the course. Online courses require an e-mail account. Visit Completing Your Coursework for more information.

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