Support For Faculty
DE Workshop Resources
Resources shared in DE sponsored workshops.
Google Repository/Adding Files to Moodle
Online Teaching Strategies
NOTE: Faculty and staff having login and/or password issues with Moodle or WCC Mail should contact the IT department for assistance.
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 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. Please contact the Distance Education Office at (919)739-7023 or (919) 739-7029 or email to email@example.com
Helpdesk for Distance Ed and Web Advisor
If you need further assistance, please contact the Distance Education Office at 919-739-7023, 919-739-7029 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Requirements/Recommendations for Online Learning
Visit Frequently Asked Questions (opens in a new window) for requirements/recommendations to help online students prepare for online learning. Information ranges from prerequisites to Internet connections.
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
All WCC faculty and students can apply online for a WCC library card online (opens in a new window).
For information on Admissions and Registration, Schedules & Calendars, Course Search, Non-Credit courses, Student Services, Bookstore, WCC Technology Services, Policies, etc. visit this page Related Links for Distance Education (opens in a new window).
Distance Education Resource Links for Faculty
NC LOR (opens in a new window), 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, Distance Education Specialist.
NC Community College Virtual Learning Community (opens in a new window). The Virtual Learning Community is a collaborative effort of all of North Carolina’s Community Colleges (opens in a new window) to increase the quality and availability of online learning and support services.
NC Net (opens in a new window) – 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.