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Although we use online educational software for our courses, the computer that you use for your online courses will need to meet some basic technical requirements to be able to access the course and all of its features. Most computers made in the last few years will meet these requirements. The following are necessary to take an online course at Summit University:
A Windows, Macintosh or Linux computer with:
NOTE: Some courses may require you to have additional hardware and software in order to complete the course. These requirements will be made available to you before you register for the course.
The latest version of one of the following Internet browsers: Firefox (recommended), Internet Explorer, Safari, Google Chrome.
*Note: Version requirements are subject to change without notice.
The following additional software is required and can be obtained for free from the websites listed below.
Students need to be comfortable and confident using the computer to succeed in an online course. If all of the following statements apply to you, then you have the skills needed to take online courses at Summit University:
NOTE: Some courses may require you to have additional computer skills in order to complete the course. These requirements will be made available to you before you register for the course.
Moodle navigation and operation skills are also required. For this reason, all students must agree to review Moodle 101, an introductory Moodle course, in the three weeks before their first course starts. Technical support will not be granted to students who have not done this.
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