It is very easy to get started with Distance Learning. Information related to "registering" for both credit and non-credit courses is available below.
- You may want to review course offerings first:
- Review the Distance Learning (DL) Orientation
- Check the Technology Requirements for using DL tools
- Determine if Distance Learning is for you and you have the appropriate computer technology skills
- Read what other DL students have to say about their experiences
- Register for the course.
Registering for distance learning courses
- You must be enrolled at CCRI in order to register online for a distance learning course. For information on admission to CCRI please see Admissions Information.
- Once enrolled at CCRI, you can register for a distance learning course the same way you would for any other course. See the schedule of distance learning courses. For information on registering for a course please see Registrar - Frequently Ask Questions.
- Once you are registered for a course please review any special requirements and/or instructions. Instructions and information for most Web courses can be found by logging in to your MyCCRI account, clicking on the My Courses tab and then clicking on the green link to the specific course. For most Web courses please log into your Blackboard account (note that this does not apply to the Music courses and most telecourses). Please see additional requirements and information about telecourses.
- Books can be ordered through the CCRI Bookstore. Note that some Blackboard courses will require a special access code that is normally purchased with the book. It is a good idea to check the ISBN to make sure that you have the correct book with access code before purchasing.
- Review the distance learning orientation for students at CCRI.
Registering for a non-credit distance learning course or program
The Center for Workforce & Community Education offers hundreds of instructor-facilitated non-credit web courses allowing you to acquire new skills or learn a new subject in as little as six weeks, all at an affordable cost. The Division also offers web-based workforce training programs open for immediate enrollment. For program offerings, more information, and how to register please visit Lifelong Learning's Distance Learning site.
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