- Distance Education
- What Is Distance Ed
- Is It For Me?
- Online Programs
- Search For Courses
- Apply Now
- Support For Students
- Support For Faculty
- Distance Ed Resources
- Staff And Contacts
- Wells Fargo Partnership East
WCC Distance Education Helpdesk 919-739-7023 or 919-739-7029 firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall and Spring Hours: Mon-Thu 7:45 AM- 5:30 PM Fri 8 AM-1 PM
Summer: Mon-Thu 7 AM-6 PM
Support for Faculty
This is the place for faculty to get information and support for teaching online, Moodle, WCC Cruiser, and/or other distance education issues or concerns.
NOTE: Faculty and staff having login and/or password issues with Moodle or Cruiser should contact the IT department for assistance.
Distance Ed - Moodle Support - FAQS and How To's for Faculty
This is collection of all the "FAQs" and "How To's" Randall sends out to faculty throughout the year.
Want to teach online?
Take a few minutes to look through the Distance Ed website or complete the online orientation to see what WCC has to offer! Here is more information on WCC Distance Education. If you are a new instructor, want to teach online, and just need help, contact Randall Shearon 919-739-7029 for assistance and information on getting started.
Moodle Login Help
The WCC Distance Education staff is available to assist you. Click here to contact the WCC DE Help Desk staff directly.
WCC Moodle Sample Course Site
Want to check Moodle out? Go to the WCC Moodle Sample Course Site at: http://moodle.waynecc.edu. Use wccguest as your Username and Password.
Moodle Instructor Tutorials
In-depth Moodle instructor help and tutorials. Click to view.
Moodle Student Tutorials
In-depth Moodle student help and tutorials. Click to view.
Moodle Technical Issues
If you are having technical issues such as your course not working correctly, testing issues, files not attaching or uploading, gradebook issues, etc. click here for help!
Helpdesk for Distance Ed and Cruiser
If you need further assistance, please contact the Distance Education Office at 919-739-7023, 919-739-7029 or toll free at 1-866-414-5064; or email to email@example.com.
Student Requirements/Recommendations for Online Learning
Click here for requirements/recommendations to help online students prepare for online learning. Information ranges from prerequisites to Internet connections. Click to view.
WCC Distance Education: Student Assessment Check Sheet for Online Learning This form is used by Advisers for students interested in registering for a distance education class. It is located on the WCC internal page under forms.
Library Resources for WCC Distance Education students. Click to view.
WCC Cruiser - Faculty, Staff, and Student E-mail, Records, and Online Services
WCC Campus Cruiser is a Web-based portal that enables the college to provide all students with free email accounts and 24/7 access to their student records and online services. The WCC cruiser email is the college's primary means of student communication for registration dates, award letters, final grades, tax documentation, and general campus announcements. Students can access personal records such as course schedules, grades, GPA, financial profile, financial aid reports, etc. Online services include online registration, class searches, and electronic tuition payments. For WCC Campus Cruiser Support and help, click here.
More Information on Admissions and Registration, Schedules & Calendars, Course Search, Non-Credit courses, Student Services, Bookstore, WCC Technology Services, Policies, etc. click Related Links for Distance Education.
Distance Education Resource Links for Faculty
NC LOR, North Carolina Learning Object Repository. The NCLOR is an online library of instructional resources for North Carolina's K-20 educators. For access contact Randall Shearon, the DL coordinator.
NC Community College Virtual Learning Community. The Virtual Learning Community is a collaborative effort of all of North Carolina's Community Colleges to increase the quality and availability of online learning and support services.
NC Net - NC-NET offers community college faculty in North Carolina a collaborative, statewide professional development system committed to sharing best practices, leveraging resources, and avoiding duplication.
Other Distance Learning Resources:
The Internet is full of information about distance learning. Browse the links below to continue your exploration of the subject on web sites outside the North Carolina Community College System.
Virginia Tech Design shop - http://www.edtech.vt.edu/edtech/id/
Web Design for Instruction - http://www.usask.ca/education/coursework/skaalid/index.htm
Oregon State Teaching with Technology - http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/~tep/technology/lecture/improvelecture.html
Honolulu Community College Teaching Tips - http://www2.honolulu.hawaii.edu/facdev/guidebk/teachtip/teachtip.htm