What is a "hybrid" course? A hybrid course is the combination of classroom interaction with the use of online/outside resources and activities. Up to half of the course interactions and activities are conducted online, allowing for fewer class meeting times. RTC students may use computers in the campus computer labs or use their home computers with Internet access to participate in a hybrid course.
Advantages of Hybrid Courses.
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The RTC Library has computers available for student use. See the library hours here. The RTC Student Resource Center located in C102 also has computers and tutoring help for registered students. It is open noon – 6:00 Mon-Thursday.
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Students enrolling in online and/or hybrid courses will need the following: Operating System - Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, Pentium Processor, 500 MB RAM, 800x600 resolution, 210 Kbps connection or higher. For Macintosh computers, OS 9.1, 9.2 or higher. Internet access through an ISP (Internet Service Provider) including e-mail and World Wide Web. Minimum browser requirements: Internet Explorer 7 Service Pack 2 or Firefox 3.6 or higher.