Welcome to online learning and thank you for enrolling into an online or hybrid course at Daniel Amoateng Ministries School of the Prophets!
As you may already know, online and hybrid courses provide amazing flexibility in allowing you to continue your education without traveling to a physical locations several times per week. This can save you time, travel costs, and fit nicely into your already busy life! It is important to note, however, that these webinar classes follow a set schedule, have weekly assignment deadlines, require regular participation in discussion boards, and are as intensive as an in-person courses.
It will be very helpful for you to be self-motivated and disciplined to ensure that your assignments and course requirements are completed on time.
Please take a moment to review the remainder of this letter to ensure you start off the eight-week course on the right track!
Tips for Online Success
There are 3 key steps to success in online learning:
STEP 1: Before the Webinar Begins – Be sure to review the readiness tips, login and learn how to use the pages under “My Content”, and access your email for any updates.
STEP 2: The First Week of the Webinar – Make sure that you login on the first day of the course, become oriented to the course, and read the entire syllabus.
STEP 3: During the Course – Be sure to login daily, interact in discussion board forums as required, keep a schedule and planner, and submit assignments or assessments on time.
There are 6 key readiness tips that can help you to prepare for your online learning experience. These include:
- Getting Oriented
Learning about learning online, how to access your course, how to use your account, etc.
- Knowing Your PC
Navigating technology and ensuring reliable Internet access is important so that it doesn’t get in the way of learning the content.
Access your course and ensure you read the syllabus and instructions presented.
- Logging in Daily
This is how you attend class… by logging in!
- Being Self-Disciplined and Engaged
Stay motived, keep a schedule, and participate.
- Believing in your Abilities and Asking for Help
Youc an do it! Don’t get behind, if you have a technical issue, ask for help. If you need help with content or the class, contact your instructor and/or a tutor.
In addition to this readiness site, we will provide additional orientation information through a letter, email, or an announcement in your online account.
On the webinar start date, we strongly encourage you to login early to begin your course.