(Note: the following is an overview of distance-education technologies. If you need help using online or hybrid classes, please visit the Technical Help page for online classes.)
Not all of your learning has to be in a classroom on a campus. With distance learning at Martin Community College, you can learn any time of the day, anywhere you have a computer and a stable Internet connection. Some classes at MCC are entirely online, some are partially online, and some simply use Internet connectivity to enhance classroom learning. Regardless of which classes you are taking, you will likely encounter distance-education technology during your career at MCC. All distance-education technologies use the Internet and standard Web browsers.
Three main systems are used for online courses at MCC:
If you need help, first visit the Technical Help page; this page lists the most common problems students have. You may also want to attend a Blackboard And Student E-mail Orientation, which are held throughout the year on the Williamston MCC campus. Finally, be sure to contact your instructor as soon as possible if you are having problems.