The Distance Education Department, located in WLC 305 will host it’s next open Moodle Help sessions on August 20 and 21, 2015 from 8 AM to noon.
Bring your laptop or tablet or come and use ours. These sessions are open to any student with questions about Moodle and online classes.
Nervous, taking your first online class, or just have questions? This is your opportunity to get help and answers. In the mean time if you have any Moodle related questions – email the DE department at email@example.com
Welcome Spring 2015 Students!
Spring 2 Courses started March 9, 2015. Other courses with different start dates, will appear in Moodle on the first day of the session.
Face-to-face (traditional) courses may also use Moodle but those courses are made visible by individual instructors as needed.
For Student email, Moodle, and Webadvisor login information please go to Online Services Student Login (opens in a new window). If you are a brand new WCC student, scroll to the lower part of that page for: Your Initial WCC Login (New Students), there you will find directions for formatting your username and password.
Need to order/purchase books? Access the WCC online bookstore: http://www.neebo.com/wayne-community-college
New to online learning? New to WCC? There are two great opportunities to give you a jumpstart on the new semester.
To experience Moodle before classes begin login to Moodle using wccguest as the username and password and then click on the WCC Moodle Demo course. The Moodle Demo Course includes sample units from a few courses and opportunities to try submitting assignments, participating in a discussion forum and even take a quiz.
Nervous about taking an online course?
The Distance Education department will be offering walk-in Moodle assistance sessions at the start of each semester in WLC 305 (same floor as the library- follow the signs for Distance Education). Spring 2 Moodle Help sessions will be held March 9th and 10th from 8 – noon. Check back for future dates. These sessions are geared for students who are new to Moodle and need assistance getting started. No question is too basic, so stop by and get answers to your most pressing online learning questions.
Questions about WCC Mail, Webadvisor or Moodle?
Other resources to help you be successful in online courses:
Moodle Student Help and Student Support Information: http://www.waynecc.edu/distance-ed/moodle/
Online Course Information: http://www.waynecc.edu/distance-ed/online-course-information/
Feel free to contact the DE department with any questions you may have.
DE and Webadvisor Helpdesk Contact Info:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-739-7029 or 7023
Online courses, degree, diploma, and certificate programs offer students the flexibility to pursue a college education or enhance their skills while working, caring for family, and attending to other relationships and responsibilities.
Curriculum: WCC has several online degree, diploma and certificate programs that can be completed entirely online. Additionally, there are even more programs in which most courses can be completed online. See the Online Programs page for more information.
Continuing Education: Distance Education courses are also offered through the WCC Continuing Education division. Many online learning options are available, like internet marketing, digital photography, Microsoft Office programs and more. Visit our Continuing Education Distance Learning Website for more information on these non-credit online courses.
Student Support Services: The Student Support Services page is the starting point for accessing all WCC student services, including: Admissions and Records, Financial Aid, Counseling, Academic Skills Center, Distance Education Student Support and many more.
Faculty Support: The MoodleFaculty Support page provides technical and pedagogical online teaching resources.