Instruction Mode Code Definitions

Course & Curriculum
Method of Instruction and Delivery

 

CODING INSTRUCTIONS:

This is a two character code (Example: CF = Lecture/Face to Face.

Indicate whether the class being reported falls under one of the categories given below

Character 1 - Method of Instruction

 

A = Study Out-Of-State

course instruction or academic work that takes place in a U.S. state other than Mississippi

B = Study Out-of-Country

course instruction or academic work that takes place in a country other than the United States

C = Lecture

students receive structured units of information and accompanying material through direct contact with the instructor; typically considered the traditional classroom

D = Dissertation

students study a particular subject and do individualized original research under the guidance of an instructor and work toward completing a scholarly research document

E = Seminar

students study a particular subject and do individualized original research under the guidance of an instructor and exchange results by informal lectures and discussions

F = Field Supervision of Student Teaching

short-term work experience requiring students in the education discipline to teach under the direct supervision of persons experienced in the teaching profession

H = Clinical Instruction

short-term work experience, usually related to a student's major field, that is supervised by persons experienced in the discipline and focuses on the practical application of concepts and principles; typically associated with biological, physical, and other sciences such as biology, chemistry, anatomy, psychology, etc.

I = Individual Directed Study

academic work chosen or designed by the individual student with the approval of the department concerned, under an instructor's supervision, and usually undertaken outside the classroom structure; typically one-on­one interaction

J = Joint Lecture/Laboratory

students receive structured units of information and accompanying material through direct contact with the instructor as well as receive supplemental instruction in a classroom setting conducive to the practical application of relevant principles and concepts

L = Laboratory

students study in a classroom setting conducive to the practical application of concepts and principles; typically associated with biological, physical, and other sciences such as biology, chemistry, anatomy, psychology, etc.

M = Correspondence

students receive structured units of information and accompanying material completely through the mail; different from distance learning

P = Practicum

short-term work experience, usually related to a student's major field, that is supervised by persons experienced in the discipline that consists of study and/or practical experience; uses campus resources

1 = lnternship

short-term work experience, usually related to a student's major field, that is supervised by persons experienced in the discipline that consists of study and/or practical experience; off campus; example: student teaching

S = Studio

students study in a classroom setting conducive to the practical application of visual and performing arts such as art, music, dance, etc.

T = Thesis

students study a particular subject and do individualized original research under the guidance of an instructor and work toward completing a scholarly research document

Character 2 - Method of Delivery

F = Face-to-Face

students receive course instruction and structured units of information by face­to-face contact with the instructor

V = Video Tape

students receive course instruction and structured units of information by means of video tape

T = Telephonic

students receive course instruction and structured units of information by means of voice mail

E = E-mail

students receive course instruction and structured units of information by means of E-mail

O = 100% Online, Internet, or Web

9 = 51-99% Online, Internet, or Web

students receive course instruction and structured units of information by Web-based using online, Internet, or web-based methods

P = Print-based

students receive course instruction and structured units of information by print-based material delivered through postal mail or facsimile transmissions (typically correspondence)

R = CD-ROM

students receive course instruction and structured units of information by means of compact disc

C = Television or Cable

students receive course instruction and structured units of information by means of television or cable television

S = Satellite

students receive course instruction and structured units of information by (Digital, Analog, Direct) means of satellite

I = Interactive Video

students receive course instruction and structured units of information by means of real-time interactive video

Y = Computer-Aided Instruction

students receive course instruction and structured units of information by means of computer either locally or by specialized network

X = Other Distance Learning

course instruction by other means of distance learning

 

Edit: Any entry other than the above alphabetic characters above will generate an error.