Savvy has some of the best classes online. They are quite different than face2face classes in schools. The instructors post a lesson and it can be days of silence between the lesson and assignment and the next post from a student, who has posted his/her homework.
Sometimes people 'lurk' and don't participate obviously but they copy the information to use it as a resource at a later date.
The best thing is that you can ask a question and the instructor will answer you directly. Such one on one is rare in online classes. I have taken classes where the only interaction is among the students. The teachers don't give feedback unless they 'deign' to do so.
Not so here. The interaction between student and teacher is awesome.
Each class can be as much or as little as you want to put into it.
If you have questions, don't hesitate to ask.
I'm one of the moderators here, so if I don't know the answer, I can find someone who does. @RJ Garside@Lynn Shannon@Dawn_McClure and @Mona will probably stop by to say hi, too.