UNAD Florida ensures that the facilities, equipment, technology, resources and infrastructure associated with education match the administration of each program's courses.
The University uses the Moodle educational platform as the online environment tool for distance education. Moodle, is managed by the distance education team to deliver programs and courses through online education hosted on dedicated servers to ensure an Internet connection 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Components of the Instructional Process
This technological infrastructure for online courses and programs at the University allows students to study, review, respond and interact with other students at any time of the day.
- All courses and degree programs taught at UNAD Florida follow the same academic structure and a structured study plan for self-management of learning.
- The online faculty of the University is trained to use the platform and apply the best practices for the teacher's online interactions.
- The students advanced at their own pace in their learning in accordance with established planning.
- Students can access various sources of information, learning alternatives and various activities.
- A variety of pedagogical learning scenarios are created, including self-learning, small group work, participation in research seminars, personal support and consultations.
The delivery system for distance education at UNAD is the Moodle LMS (Learning Management System), which is currently running with Moodle version 3.2.3 (Build: 20170508). The system was chosen to be open, mainly because it promotes the pedagogy of social construction, which means collaboration, varied activities and critical reflection, learning with everyone and everyone. Our virtual campus or online learning self-management system http://classrooms.unad.us.