Contact Information:
206-934-3738
 
Office Hours:

Monday – Friday 8:00am-4:30pm

 

Location: LB2237
(Southeast section of the Library Building, 2nd floor)

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Is eLearning for you?

Who should take elearning courses?

eLearning courses are designed for highly motivated students who cannot or do not want to come to campus because of their work schedules, family needs or other reasons. eLearning students can control their own schedules by working with the course materials at their convenience within the framework of the course syllabus. However, the courses are not self-paced; classes begin and end on the same schedule as regular campus classes. Depending on the instructor, there are also regular assignments, and exams are due on specific days.

Most elearning courses require access to computers and Internet connections. Students at North also have the option of coming to campus to use the two computer labs that are available. Students must have a current NetID to use these labs.

Public libraries may also offer computers but may restrict user time or block required server access to virtual classroom sites. Students need to contact their library for more information about computer use.

If you have more questions about elearning courses and how they may fit into your college plans, please contact North Seattle College Advising.

Your academic advisor can help you decide whether elearning is a good option for your personal situation. Feel free to discuss this option when you plan your quarterly schedule. Advisors can be reached at (206) 934-3658 or by e-mailing AdvisorNorth@seattlecolleges.edu

 

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