- this is the campus wide software used
for Distance Learning classes.
Section 40 classes - a course that combines online and scheduled face-to-face instruction.
Section 20 classes. 100% of the instruction is delivered through the Internet, except on-campus testing may be required for some courses. These
"non-traditional" courses are designed for students who are
self-directed, meaning that they are responsible to do their lessons
and assignments without having a set schedule of class meetings. Instructors
teach courses online via the web
instructors and students
Blackboard may be used
for posting assignments, grades, quizzes and submissions.
Internet access may be required.
North Carolina Information Highway Classroom
Teleclassrooms provide a video and audio interactive learning
environment between two to five classrooms simultaneously.
College Academy (BCA)
Beaufort College Academy is a unique opportunity for area high
school students to earn a significant amount of college credit,
tuition free, through Beaufort County Community College’s
interactive Continuing Education courses
that you can take entirely over the Internet.
Carolina Community College
Virtual Learning Community
By clicking here students can search for
distance learning degree programs and classes, plus request more
information from a member institution.
NC Education portal eLearning NC.gov
Is Online Learning For You?
(Adobe PDF file)