Notice:
Aug. 27, 2015:  

August 27: We apologize for the inconvenience, but the Jules Center (Building 6) elevator will be out of service until Wednesday, September 2, 2015.  Please contact Tanya Hoistion, 315-786-2335, with requests for accommodations. Thank you for your patience as we work to resolve this problem as quickly as possible.

Tips for Success

Here are some helpful tips for succeeding in an online class:

  • Manage your time
  • Familiarize yourself with the course
  • Set goals and meet deadlines
  • Ask questions
  • Communicate
  • Participate on a regular basis
  • Be proactive
  • Know how and when you can ask for help
  • Stay in touch with your instructor

Academic Considerations:

  • Although taking an online course means you don’t have to attend class at a given hour and day, you do have to sign on, do the assignments, interact with your instructors and classmates, and generally participate in the course on a regular basis.

Online learning is ideal for: 

  • Individuals who are self-motivated
  • Individuals who are self-disciplined
  • Individuals who are self-directed learners
  • Individuals who are good readers
  • Individuals who do not procrastinate
  • Individuals who prefer an individualized mode of learning
  • Individuals who do not need the stimulation of a traditional class
  • Individuals who are excited and fairly comfortable with technology

 Are you ready?