Category: online learning

New Geek Bar gives students additional tech support

St. Petersburg College’s Geek Bar is a new program piloted this summer on the St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus where student technology interns use their skills to help students solve common computer issues. Geek Bar helps students solve computer problems A collaborative effort between the College of Computer and Information Technology (CCIT) Internship Program and the St. … Continue reading New Geek Bar gives students additional tech support

New Flex format for technology classes

The College of Computer and Information Technology (CCIT) offers a variety of teaching methods and course modalities it its programs. This fall, SPC will introduce a new Flex format for some technology classes. Online technology classes A major portion of the classes are offered in the online format that allows students the convenience of not … Continue reading New Flex format for technology classes

How to be successful in online courses

In today’s high-paced society, many are seeking ways to expedite the learning process. With technology advancement on the rise, colleges and universities are gravitating to online learning, since it affords students and faculty the opportunity to access information in a timely manner and allows them to work in convenient locations. Before deciding whether online learning … Continue reading How to be successful in online courses

Online vs. classroom learning – which is better?

By KIMBERLY ROSS Whether you are a kinesthetic (learn by touch), auditory or visual learner, the environment in which you learn plays a large part in your success. As with every choice in life, there are pros and cons. Some students like learning face-to-face, while others prefer the hands-on approach. For convenience, some prefer to … Continue reading Online vs. classroom learning – which is better?