Distance Education Faculty Resources
The Distance Education program offers a variety of college credit courses for busy adults and professionals interested in learning from home or other locations. These courses are offered via the Internet. The methods of instruction include the Internet, videoconferencing or other media, substantial reading, interaction with faculty, and exams.
Before you sign up to teach a distance education course, please read the information provided in the Distance Education Handbook.
For general information about the courses offered, such as description, orientation dates, and faculty please click on Online Courses for courses offered over the Internet.
Check out the
EVC Campus Tutoring Center for more information on online tutoring and Distance Education.
If you would like to discuss your educational program with an online counselor, visit the online counseling center: (TBA)
If you need online tutoring, please contact William Nguyen, Tutoring Center Faculty (x6802).
Beginning summer 2017, Moodle will no longer be the Learning Management System (LMS) of SJECCD, and all classes will use Canvas (LMS). Training faculty on using Canvas to teach courses started Spring 2016. A few faculty members, early adopters of Canvas, successfully piloted their online, hybrid, and web-enhanced courses on Canvas in Summer 2016. Some have joined in the piloting process in Fall 2016. Regular training sessions will be available in Fall 2016 at the Technology Resource Center (TRC) LE-227. The training will be provided by David Eisenberg, who will be substituting for the regular Distance Education faculty and coordinator, Nasreen Rahim, for Fall 2016. Please note that Nasreen Rahim will return in Spring 2017 to resume her responsibilities. Until then, if you have questions, please contact:
David EisenbergOffice: Library/Educational Technology (LE-227)Email:
email@example.comPhone: (408) 274-7900 x6577
The training is offered in a hybrid format, as it allows you to continue following up your face-to-face training sessions virtually through a fully developed online version of Canvas training tutorials. The face-to-face training schedule is listed below, and the online workshop link is posted below.
The training sessions are linked with the online component that faculty can access without any user name or password by going to the following link: Develop Online Course in Canvas
Please visit the Distance Education Committee (DEC) Page to learn more!
Office: Library/Educational Technology Bldg. LE-227
Phone: (408) 274-7900 x6246