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Methods of eLearning

eLearning resources within the eLearningNC.gov site are related to online, delivery and interaction over the Internet, using classroom management systems (CMS) such as Blackboard, Moodle, Vista or Angle. Using a CMS (and a web browser), students can log in from anywhere in the world to access their class materials and interact with one another. Each institution uses a specific system, but they are all similar in their ability to present course material including class syllabus, assignments, quizzes, and provide video and audio plus a whiteboard screen where the lesson is presented just like it would be on a classroom’s video screen or blackboard. You can interact with instructors, access course materials and stimulate debate among your fellow students when it fits your schedule. In most courses, you must keep up with the scheduled course work. Courses are instructor led and in most instances, follow the same semester schedule as traditional courses. All specific course information such as how to reach the instructor, what work is expected, and deadlines to turn in assignments and take tests will be found within your course site.