Distance Learning at AHUSOL
The School of Law dual programs are administered entirely on-line. Currently, the school utilizes Populi’s college management system. Specifically developed Learning Modules, including evaluations were developed to enable students to attain degree program objectives through the Distance Learning education method. Through this system, the program objectives are achieved in a flexible and sensible manner.
Each Learning Module includes the course syllabus, learning objectives, textbook chapters, key terms, assignments, midterm examinations, case studies and the final exam. Written assignments may be in any one of the following formats: essays, problems, case study, critical thinking papers, and mini-research project.
This process ensures that the Law School students, upon successful completion of a course, have the opportunity to demonstrate that they have attained the goals and objectives for the program. Independent study is an important part of overall academic strategy as well. Students are given outside reading, research, and assignments, to compliment their online learning.
Distance Learning Platforms
ZOOM is a cloud-based video communications app that allows you to set up virtual video and audio conferencing, webinars, live chats, screen-sharing, and other collaborative capabilities.
With ZOOM you can see all your classmates, instructors, and lecture slides, notes, or documents all in real-time. The best part? The entire interaction including video can be captured and watched on any device.
ZOOM works on virtually all smartphones, tablets, Windows devices, Apple computers, and Linux. (Internet connection required).
Populi is essentially a data management system used for student records. This is accessible to the faculty, students and authorized personal. Populi is web-based software, no CD, no downloads, no upgrades. You simply log in. Student records are stored in one place with the same level of protection and security. Populi runs in a web browser such as Mac, Windows, or Linux.
Wistia takes video archives to the next level. Each student has their own unique sign-in which they can stream, share, download, or comment on any video even on specific timelines of the video. As the students interact with the videos, the school is given in-depth analysis and stats on each video in the archives.