As one of California's largest two-year colleges, Glendale continues to grow and adapt to the needs of its community, and area residents continue to express their satisfaction with the college's excellent programs and services.
What is Distance Education (DE) at GCC?
Distance Education (DE) means ONLINE EDUCATION. Distance Education (DE) at Glendale Community College offers online courses are equivalent to a classroom-based course. Courses are taught by the same qualified instructors and follow the same curriculum and standards as the classroom-based course. Distance Education courses provide flexibility in scheduling and are especially helpful to self-directed learners. It is recommended that students be comfortable with computers, particularly the internet, before taking an online or hybrid course.
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Glendale Community College offers online classes in three formats:
- Online classes in which students complete their coursework via the internet (though some online classes require that students travel to campus for a class orientation and/or exams).
- Hybrid classes in which some class hours each week are completed by students via the internet while others take place in a classroom setting.
- Web-enhanced classes meet in the classroom setting during all class hours but make use of the internet for communication, out-of-class assignments, and learning resources.
What technology is used at GCC?
GCC’s Distance Education utilizes Moodle as a Learning Management System (LMS). Moodle and other technologies are used in learning exercises every week to ensure regular and effective contact between instructor and student.
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