As online learning opportunities advance with technology and become increasingly electronics-based and interactive, print-based distance learning courses have become a rarity.
Since it can be a hassle to find print-based courses, it's worthwhile to use alternate search methods.
Instead of looking specifically for programs that teach with print materials and use postal communication, try contacting schools in which you are interested and asking if they have any print-based opportunities available.
Even if a course is not advertised in a catalog as being print-based, the instructor may bend the rules for some students or find a way to work around the existing parameters of the course.
Purely print-based distance learning courses have a number of factors that distinguish them from their more traditional online counterparts.