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"Even though we do not have the teacher in the room to be able to help us individually, it challenges students to be more proactive and do things for themselves instead of having a teacher right next to you telling you how to do everything and not having to worry about thinking. It encourages us to become more verbal. "
Tori C, Honors Forensics and Mandarin Chinese; High School Student
You can be an eLearner too. If you are interested in understanding what it takes to be an eLearner, the About section can answer all of your questions from how to prepare for eLearning to how to pay for eLearning. If you have an interest in eLearning in North Carolina, check out one of the following sections:
K-12 - From elementary to high school; to preparing for college or getting a GED.
College - Take courses and pursue degrees without going to a traditional campus.
Career - Links to online certification, licensing, and executive education programs.
Not a student? The Facilitating section has resources for teachers and professors that will help them become more proficient in creating and administrating eLearning classes.
North Carolina is a leader in eLearning and eLearningNC.gov pulls all of the links to the information together into one convenient spot. Get started in eLearning now by selecting any of the categories above.
The eLearning Commission is dedicated to creating and promoting a collaborative online learning environment that promotes student achievement, business success, economic stability, and lifelong learning for every citizen of North Carolina.