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OnLine Learning 

Dominique Monolescu, Interim Director 
665 Ritter Annex 

The OnLine Learning (OLL) Program is a five-year-old initiative designed to give students more flexibility in when and how they attend classes. Courses are offered at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and also for continuing education students. 

Matriculated students can submit their registration requests online via the OWLnet web site (http://owlnet.temple.edu).  Non-matriculated or continuing education students need to register through the Office of Continuing Education in the Academic Resource Center, Rm. 113, Curtis Hall (215-204-2500). Non-matriculated students can obtain their registration forms online (http://oll.temple.edu/conted/form.html) and submit them by fax to (215) 204-2516. For more information check the OnLine Learning website. 

Each week a student will probably receive a week's worth of assignments, discussions materials from a listserv or class bulletin board, and a conferencing session for class discussion. Therefore, becoming familiar with email and internet browsing before enrolling in an online course is very helpful. 

The OnLine Learning program provides access to over 100 courses via the Internet or via Videoconferencing formats. There is one online degree completion program in Organizational Studies (under development) and the Fox School of Business has the core courses for the MBA Program in E-Business available online. 

Macintosh or PC computer equipment is needed: 

68K or Power Macintosh with at least 16 MB RAM 
System 7.1 or later software with access to the web and email 
(MacTCP or TCP/IP Control panel is needed to use Temple PPP access) 

Windows 95/98/NT 
Pentium Processor (166Mhz minimum) 
32M RAM or higher is recommended 
33K modem or higher 
CD ROM drive (required for some courses)