Distance Learning

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Education anytime, anyplace.

Distance Learning offers the convenience and flexibility of technology-enhanced courses that work around your lifestyle.

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Online classes are held almost entirely online in a classroom we call Moodle. Most online classes require you to take proctored exams – either on campus or at an approved testing center in your area. 

>>>Find a listing of online classes by clicking on the Class Schedules link over in the left-hand column or in myLane by going to MyEnrollment > Registration Tools > Advanced Search, scroll to Instructional Methods, and select "OnLine."

Online classes are not easier than their face-to-face equivalents. To see if computer-based learning is for you, take our Online Readiness Survey to help you identify your strengths and opportunities for growth related to learning in a virtual environment.

Hybrid classes are partially online. Some work is done in Moodle, and some in the classroom.

For more information, download our LaneOnline informational brochure.

Online and hybrid courses become available to access on the first day of the term. You may not see your course if you log in before then. Log in to your courses here:

Login to Moodle

Make sure you log in and get started as soon as the term starts. Instructors may drop students who don't log in or complete assignments due the first week. Please note: it is the student's responsibility to drop any courses in which they do not plan to participate, in myLane, by the official refund deadline.

Need help with technology or having trouble logging in to Moodle? There are people who can help you. Visit, call, chat or email the Student Help Desk (SHeD).