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Faculty & Instructors: You don’t need a large amount of digital media or virtual reality style technology in order to effectively teach online and engage students. Review the concepts on this resource page to begin transitioning a course or portion of a course to the online environment. Our faculty consultants will also be available for Zoom office hours to assist faculty with questions regarding the online course transition.


Online Programs and Courses

Welcome to Vols Online, your home for information about online and hybrid teaching and learning at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. This site is designed for students who want details about online program and course offerings, and faculty and staff seeking guidance regarding online and hybrid course development and delivery.UT offers programs at the Bachelor’s, Doctoral, Master’s, and graduate certificate levels in which the coursework can be completed online. These programs are considered Distance Education (DE) campus programs and are designed for off campus students.UT also offers online and hybrid courses at the undergraduate level. These classes are meant to serve on campus, residential students and undergraduates who are away from campus during the summer.Online and hybrid courses at UT are credit bearing courses offered through academic departments. Currently enrolled students can log into MyUTK and find online and hybrid courses under the student registration links or visit the online and Distance Education campus course directories for more information.