What is online learning?
Online learning is a course delivery method that allows you to learn from a location convenient to you. Class activities are managed through online tools, which provide access to CVCC’s instructors and resources within a structured framework.
As an online learner, you will enjoy increased convenience and flexibility while pursuing your education. Keep in mind, online is not synonymous with self-paced. Assignment instructions and deadlines are clearly communicated by your instructor throughout the semester to help keep you on track.
While most of the online learning takes place from a distance, please note one proctored exam or other activity is required in every online class. You may take your proctored exam on campus, or your instructor may let you use proctoring software at home. This service is free to students. Please note that you may be required to use a webcam for remote proctoring. Before you enroll ensure you can make arrangements to visit campus or use a webcam for online proctoring as required.
Find your classes
Online classes are offered every semester. For more information, visit our Online Course Information Guide.
Is online learning right for you?
Technology access, learning styles and study habits can impact your online class success. A desktop computer or laptop is a must – smartphones and tablets will not work. A Chromebook may not work well if you have to install software for your classes. For proctoring online exams from home, you may need to use a webcam.
Additionally, you need to be an engaged and proactive learner. Effective communication, technology and time management skills are essential.
Your Blackboard portal
Use your Blackboard portal to its full potential by reviewing the following information:
Director of Online Learning
In your email, please include your name, student ID, and a description of the issue.
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