CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Excellence in online class offerings has never been more important than it is now. Following a state-wide shutdown in late March due to COVID-19, and the re-structured opening of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi this fall, the Island University’s wealth of online and hybrid class resources has grown in size, offering Islanders the best online options possible. At present, 34% of classes are fully online, 53% are presented in a blended/hybrid format, and 13% are fully in person.
Recently, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi ranked 18th on the learn.org 在得克萨斯州最好的认可的网上大学的名单。
“Online learning has a record of success at TAMU-CC. A holistic quality digital student experience that extends from the academic classroom to student engagement is what makes the Island University virtual experience unique and appealing for students”, said Dr. Michelle Singh, Associate Vice President for Teaching & Learning Technologies at A&M-Corpus Christi. “Our students engage in rigorous academic delivery while creating a bond with classmates through digital technology and acquire a digital information literacy skill set that will be their competitive edge upon graduation.”
“We live in a digital age, and it is important that our generation and future generations learn the basics of technology they are working with,” said Noah Evans, A&M-Corpus Christi senior and political science major. “Whether its understanding websites like 黑板 or learning how to run basic troubleshooting when your browser freezes; these are all things that can be learned and are useful to your academic and life success.”
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