The instructional delivery method for a course describes how a course will be offered by the instructor(s). Until recently, most JHU classes were held in-person, in an instructional space. However, that has recently changed due to both advances in technology and the need to hold courses remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic. Below you’ll find the University’s instructional delivery methods.
|Instructional Delivery Method
|Both the instructor and students meet in-person, in a dedicated instructional space.
|In-Person, Live to Classroom
|Content delivered to students in an instructional space with a remote instructor.
|Hybrid In-Person and Asynchronous Online
|Content delivered partially online in an asynchronous manner and partially in-person.
|Hybrid In-Person and Synchronous Online
|Content delivered partially online in a synchronous manner and partially in-person.
|Hybrid Asynchronous and Synchronous Online
|Course content delivered partially in-person and partially online, with both synchronous and asynchronous components.
|Course content delivered online at a specific day/time as noted in the schedule.
|All course content delivered online with no set meetings. Students learn same material independently.
|Synchronous Online with Some Asynchronous Online
|All course content delivered online at a specific day/time as noted in the schedule with some additional asynchronous sessions.
|Asynchronous Online with Some Synchronous Online
|Most course content delivered online with no set meetings supplemented with some synchronous scheduled sessions.