Learning Mode

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Learning Mode identifies the instructor / enrolled students environment as either live instructor with physically present students ("Face-to-Face" mode) or prescheduled (days/hours) remote broadcast of instruction ("Synchronous" mode) or web delivered instruction available to students 24/7 ("Asynchronous" mode). Hybrid learning modes combine some aspects of "Face-to-Face", "Synchronous", or "Asynchronous" modes.

Metadata
Where Term Appears
CSUMB Data Warehouse Dashboards:
Filter / Group Breakdown Location:
Other Reports:
Data Custodian
Academic and Centralized Scheduling
Data Source
Source System:CMS - SA
Source Table Name:N/A
Source Field Name:N/A
Census Process:Yes
Logical Transformation / Calculation
N/A
OBIEE Folder and Column
Folder Heading:"CSU APDB Meeting Pattern"
Column Heading:"CSU APDB Learning Mode"

Business Rule

Facility ID and Space ID are defaulted to blank in the APDB Section file when Learning Mode is "03" (Asynchronous).

Examples

Example values for Learning Mode include:

  • Asynchronous
  • Asynchronous mtgs allowed FDE
  • Asynchronous no meetings AB386
  • Asynchronous with mtgs, Hybrid
  • Face-to-face

See the APDB Data Element Dictionary for all codes and corresponding descriptions.[1]

Definition Source

"A two character code that, for a given course offering, identifies the instructor/enrolled students environment  as either live instructor with physically present students  (“Face-to-Face” mode)  or prescheduled (days/hours) remote broadcast of instruction (”Synchronous” mode) or web delivered instruction available to students 24/7  (“Asynchronous” mode). Campus reported Learning Mode and Space Type codes allow for a quantitative assessment of the extent to which the use of available remote instructional technology reduces the need for traditional lecture and laboratory SFDB space."[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 CSU. APDB Data Element Dictionary. Transaction Data Elements. Retrieved from: https://csyou.calstate.edu/Tools/academic-affairs/apdb/Pages/APDB-Data-Element-Dictionary.aspx. (Requires login).