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FRCC online courses and campus-based courses use Desire2Learn (D2L), a user-friendly online learning management system. With D2L you can access online course materials and activities, and collaborate with your instructor and other students from your home, office or anywhere with an Internet connection. Learn more about our online courses and how they work.
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For FRCC online courses (sections 500-599): Login to D2L at https://frcc.desire2learn.com
For CCCOnline courses (sections C11-C50): Login to D2L at https://ccco.desire2learn.com/
You can also sign into D2L classes through eWOLF. On the Dashboard, click the Course Access icon.
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Online classes require access to a computer and certain software. Generally, online classes require more reading and writing than on campus classes, and require students to have strong time management skills and be self-disciplined. Online classes are not self-paced, and are normally driven by the deadlines during the semester for turning in papers, posting to discussion boards, taking quizzes, etc.
A wide spread myth among students who have yet to take their first online class is that online classes are easier than on campus classes. Surveys of students who have taken online classes show that they consider these classes to be as least has challenging as on campus courses.
The only time students may need to come to campus for an online class is if the class requires taking a test in the testing center.
The orientation for students new to online classes is different than the New Student Orientation that all new students are encouraged to do when they are accepted to FRCC. If you are registered for your first online class, you are required to complete the Orientation to Online Classes prior to starting your online class. The orientation explains how to use Desire2Learn (D2L) and provides other important information for succeeding in online courses. We also offer a one-hour webinar students can attend online in addition to, or instead of, the orientation course. Learn more about the Online Orientation.
If you are having trouble in your online class or with D2L, please contact the appropriate department below.
For technical assistance:
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(888) 800-9198 (toll free)
All sections starting with C are taught through CCCOnline. To login to CCCOnline courses, go to https://ccco.desire2learn.com/
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