As we all continue this unprecedented journey together, we remain committed to our students, to our mandate and to our values. At Humber, these commitments don’t change during challenging times; in fact, they guide us in all that we do. As we are following physical distancing and other health and safety measures, and limiting the number of people onsite, on-campus learning continues to be a quality experience for students who require access to labs and facilities in order to continue their learning.
Work-Integrated-Learning has remained an important part of our program delivery. Each program has its own approach to incorporating online and off-campus activity whether through field and clinical placements or industry-based projects. Hear what our students have to say about their experiences.
Work Placement through COVID with Elizaveta in Accounting
Working on COIL in Summer 2020 with Zuleymi
Working in the field in Summer 2020 with Chloe in Healthcare Management
Working remotely during COVID with Flannery
Online Students Find a Way to Connect During Social Isolation
Building Digital Capacity: Fall 2020 Webinars
Law Professor Challenges Students to Connect Beyond the Classroom
Humber's Five-Week Global Systems Gap Challenge
Study at Humber and benefit from our online learning platforms that bring education to you, wherever you are, using the internet, digital classroom platforms and different types of software. Online courses are designed by Humber faculty using a common set of design principles: simplicity, usability and accessibility. Learners can also access supports and tools to help them succeed in their online studies. Read the student testimonials below to learn about their experiences.
Education that takes place using the internet, digital classroom platforms and different types of software. Online courses are designed by Humber faculty using a common set of design principles: simplicity, usability and accessibility. They include activities and tasks that inspire thinking and creative applied learning experiences.
Often referred to as blended or hybrid learning, the online components of a program or course are designed to complement hands-on education that typically occurs on campus, creating an enriched learning experience.
Instructor and learners engage with the course content in a group setting together in real-time, but from different locations. The class time is set and can occur over a number of weeks. The instructor interacts with the group of learners by means of a video conferencing platform to lecture, hold discussions and breakout sessions, live stream audio, video and presentations. This format is also sometimes referred to as online live/virtual live.
Instructor and learners engage with the course content at different times and from different locations. The learner has more flexibility to choose when to engage with the course content within the overall schedule set for course milestones. The content is a mix of lectures, learning activities, and recorded audio, video, and presentations.