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eLearning Classes Support - Students Support - Faculty Contact a Human

Live Canvas & Elluminate Support
eLearning Learning Office
150A Fallerius
Mon-Fri 7:30am-4:30pm
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Instructional Designer
Mike Welker
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Faculty Mentor
Carmen Morrison
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Mon-Fri 8am-5pm


eLearning Classes, Degrees & Certificates

eLearning Classes:
FALL 2016
eLearning Classes

[Starts August 22, 2016]

eLearning Degrees:

Associate of Arts (AA)


(Fully Online)

Online FasTrack Associate Degree

Criminal Justice

(Fully Online)

eLearning Certificates:

Community Health Worker Certificate

(2 Oncampus Hybrid & 1 Fully Online class)

Electrical Maintenance - Level I Certificate

(3 Oncampus Hybrid & 2 Fully Online classes)

Entrepreneurship Certificate

(2 Oncampus Hybrid & 1 Fully Online class)

Microsoft Applications Certificate

(All Fully Online)

Pharmacy Technician Certificate

(All Oncampus Hybrid)


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What is an "eLearning" Class?

An eLearning class uses some sort of technology to give you flexibility in either the time and/or place of your learning.

What eLearning Formats Does NC State Offer?

Fully Online (Section 92x)

Online Hybrid (Section 91x)

On-Campus Hybrid (Section 90x)

How do I get started?!

Distance Learning Cube

Are eLearning Classes
Right for You?

eLearning classes are not always a good fit for everyone, depending on your learning style and skill set.

You can find out if it might be a good fit for you by taking a FREE eLearning  Self-Assessment test.

This online assessment will help you figure out if an eLearning class may be right for you.



Fully Online Classes

Sections 92x (ie 920, 921 etc.)
All class activities are online via Canvas with no live meetings
(outside of a possible intial orientation)

Classes List


  • Offers most *time* & *place* flexibility.
  • Good for independent learners.
  • Do not have to be on campus regularly.
  • Can attend class in your PJs :)


  • Need excellent time management
  • Need to be independently motivated.
  • No live interaction with your classmates or instructor.
  • Need reliable Internet access.
Compare with: Online Hybrids (Section 91x) | On-Campus Hybrids (Section 90x)

Online Hybrid Classes

Sections 91x (ie 910, 911 etc.)
All class activities are online via Canvas, but with regular required weekly ONLINE live class meeting times,  via a Zoom virtual classroom.

  • No campus visits neccessary -can attend required live classes from anywhere with internet.
Classes List


  • Gives flexibility in the *place* of your learning.
  • Regular live (audio) interaction with your instructor and or classmates.
  • Usually fewer LIVE meetings than a regular course.   
  • Can save gas and not have to drive to main campus.


  • Don't have *time* flexibility of fully online -  regular live online meetings required.
  • Need good time management skills.
  • Need reliable *High speed* Internet, a Mic and ear buds/headphones.
Compare with: On-Campus Hybrids (Section 90x) | Fully Online (Section 92x)

On Campus Hybrid Classes

Sections 90x (ie 900, 901 etc.)
Some class activities are online via Canvas, but there are also regular required ON-CAMPUS live class meetings.

Classes List


  • Offers weekly face to face interaction with instructor and classmates.
  • Fewer regular classroom meetings than regular course.


  • Don't have full *time* flexibility  -  regular live on-campus meetings required.
  • Still have to be on campus at least once a week.
  • Need to manage time to be able to do online work.
  • Need reliable Internet access.
Compare with: Online Hybrids (Section 91x) | Fully Online (Section 92x)


Are eLearning Classes for Everyone?

In a word, no. eLearning courses can be more intensive than a traditional class. In particular, they require you to have good time management, reading, writing, computer and study skills. That being said, there are no special pre-requisites or requirements for eLearning classes.


Do eLearning Courses count for the same credit as a traditional class?

YES! You earn the same amount of college credit whether you take an eLearning version or a traditional on-campus version of an NC State course. Course content and transferability are identical to courses offered on-campus.


Will I have an instructor or classmates in an eLearning course?

YES! Each eLearning course has a NC State instructor who facilitates the learning process and is available for you to contact by various means (phone, e-mail, on-campus office hours, online office hours via Zoom etc.) when you need help or have questions. In addition, for Online & Hybrid courses, you will also have classmates that you interact with either face to face or online.


How do Online Classes "First Days" Work? 

For Fully Online classes (Section 92x), typical "first day of class" information is provided through either a some sort of recorded orientation online in Canvas, or an optional live online session via Zoom. ONLINE Hybrid classes (Section 91x) will also have some introductory info in Canvas, including the live class meeting link which you will use at the designated day/time each week to login live online to a Zoom virtual room. On-Campus Hybrid classes will simply meet for their first regularly scheduled session in the designated on campus class room. See the current term eLearning Classes orientation page for details.


How do I do my assignments and interact with my Online Instructor or classmates?

NC State uses Canvas to conduct online classes. Canvas is on online course platform that allows you to access information, submit assignments, download course materials to your computer, interact with your instructor and classmates via discussion boards and more. In addition, some Online and Hybrid instructors utilize the Zoom live virtual classroom software to hold live online class sessions or office hours. 










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