What is eLearning?

eLearning at Clark College provides alternative options to students that give them the opportunity to attend classes beyond the traditional on-campus experience.

Clark College has dedicated a number of resources to ensuring exceptional Universal Design for Learning practices and proactively attending to accessibility concerns.

What Types of Classes are Offered?

eLearning classes are offered in the following formats: online, hybrid, and weekend hybrid. To learn more about eLearning class formats, please go to What is eLearning page. General class descriptions are as follows:

  • Online – A course that uses web-based tools and where 100% of the instruction and interaction between instructor and student is done online.
  • Hybrid – A course that displaces some, but not all face-to-face class time with web-based tools.
  • Web Enhanced – A face-to-face course that does not replace any face-to-face seat time, and access to web-based tools is required.

For more information regarding these programs, please contact the Advising department.

Students registering for web-enhanced, hybrid, or online courses can get help preparing by visiting the following pages:

The Smarter Measure test is recommended for help with assessing technology skills and learning styles. Here is a link: Welcome to Clark SmarterMeasure! 

What Types of Programs are Offered?

Through the eLearning class formats, students have several options to complete a degree through Clark College eLearning:

  1. Associate in Arts General Transfer degree (AA DTA): In a combination of formats including online, hybrid, and weekend hybrid.
  2. Business Administration DTA/MRP: In a combination of formats including online, hybrid, and weekend hybrid.

How Do I Start an eLearning Class?

eLearning classes follow the same college policies and procedures as face-to-face classes; therefore, they have the same start and end dates, unless otherwise noted. This means students are expected to log into the Learning Management System (LMS) the first day of the term for class instruction.

Please visit the eLearning Getting Started page for information about starting an eLearning class.

Technical Requirements and Support

To see if you have appropriate technology for eLearning courses go to the Technical Requirements page.

Technical support is available through the TechHub for:

  • LMS login and troubleshooting;
  • Computer lab and student wireless login and troubleshooting;
  • Mobile device connectivity;
  • Course-specific software and e-books;
  • eTutoring login;
  • Online student services;
  • Computer usage and troubleshooting;
  • Student Gmail.

For further information about TechHub, please visit their website.