Distance Learning (eLearning)

 

Welcome to Distance Learning! 

Coconino Community College offers a variety of courses online and through Interactive Television (ITV) to fit your schedule. Distance Learning utilizes online tools to deliver online classes and to enhance in-person classes. Canvas is our Learning Management System (LMS) that hosts course shells. These shells deliver to students their class information. CCC utilizes Interactive Television (ITV) to broadcast in-person classes to remote destinations including Page and the Grand Canyon.

 

 

 

Students

Faculty

 Student Orientation Module

 

Questions to consider before taking an online class

  • Do you have a computer at home?
  • Do you have reliable internet access?
  • Do you know your Comet ID and your password?
  • Can you open a variety of files on your computer that would likely be used in your class?
  • Are you self-disciplined and motivated?
  • Do you have enough time to commit to your course?

Tips for Success

  • Schedule a weekly time slot for your online class.
  • Login early, study the syllabus and explore the class structure and materials.
  • Review the materials and complete assignments EARLY.
  • Communicate effectively with your instructor.
  • Stay current!
  • Get help when you need it.
  • Print the course calendar and syllabus

How do I learn how to use Canvas

How do I login to Canvas?

You can login to Canvas through the myCCC Student Portal. The link for myCCC can be found on the CCC website, or by going to  https://myccc.coconino.edu.

Proctorio Information

Proctorio Information can be found on the  Online Proctoring FAQ Document

How do I send my instructor a question

Canvas has a robust communication system built in. You can learn how to use it on the  What is Conversations? page. 

When will my classes appear in Canvas?

Students are not added to Canvas courses until the day before classes begin. If you don’t see your courses on the first day of class, you may need to update your favorite courses.  This guide explains how to favorite a course. If you still don’t see your courses please contact Registration.

How do I get additional Help or report a problem?

In Canvas, click on the “Help” icon and then select “Report a Problem.” Please provide a detailed description of the problem. All communications will be directed to your default email address in Canvas. Learn more about setting your  default email address.

The ITS Help Desk can assist with many issues with Canvas. They can be found near the Computer Labs on the Lone Tree and Fourth Street Campuses. 

 Resource Center for Faculty

 

What are the Distance Education Departmental Guidelines?

View our  Distance Learning Overview PDF

What is the TLC?

The eLearning department provides a Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) for faculty to get help implementing technology in their courses. 
You can contact the TLC by calling us at 928-226-4368 or visit us in room 458 on the Lone Tree campus.

How do I learn how to use Canvas as an Instructor?

Proctorio Information

Proctorio Information can be found on the  Faculty Resource Center page

Start of the Semester Resources

End of Semester Resources

How do I get additional Help or report a problem?

The TLC is happy to assist with any problems you have. You can contact the TLC at 928-226-4368, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or stop by room 458.

In Canvas, click on the “Help” icon and then select “Report a Problem.” Please provide a detailed description of the problem. All communications will be directed to your default email address in Canvas. Learn more about setting your  default email address.

The ITS Help Desk can assist with many issues with Canvas. They can be found near the Computer Labs on the Lone Tree and Fourth Street Campuses. 

 

 

Distance Learning is supported by:

AZSara

Quality Matters Canvas Community