Clark College offers a variety of eLearning options giving students the opportunity to attend classes beyond the traditional on-campus experience. Your eLearning options include:
Classes where activities are completed in the online environment. Most online classes provide all of the instruction online, however there are a few exceptions such as mandatory orientations or on-campus tests so always check the online class schedule (not schedule planner.) Because there is no set meeting time students are expected to put in both "in-class" time and "homework time" within their own schedules weekly. There is a $30 eLearning fee associated with these courses.
Identify an Online Class in the Schedule:
Online Course Title
#DL Section Code
These classes combine traditional face-to-face classroom time with online instruction. On-campus instruction time is reduced anywhere from 20 to 80 percent and the remainder of the instruction is completed online. Since not all of the instruction is done at a set meeting time students are expected to put in both the rest of the "in-class" time and "homework time" within their own schedules weekly. There is a $15 eLearning fee associated with these courses.
Identify a Hybrid Class in the Schedule:
#H# Section Code
Space in these classes is reserved for students in the Weekend Degree Program. Courses are hybrid format, with about 80% of the work done online and on-campus meetings 3 weekends throughout the quarter. This program leads students through a specific course of study towards a general transfer Associate in Arts degree. The program begin every Fall though students can apply for the program throughout the year as space allows.
Identify a Weekend Degree Class in the Schedule:
#WD Section Code
By permission only registration
A face-to-face course that does not replace any face-to-face seat time, and access to web-based tools (Moodle or other) on a regular basis is required. There is no eLearning fee associated with these courses.