Students may participate anytime, anyplace they have Internet access. Online courses require little or no on-campus attendance. Interaction with the instructor and other students is provided through discussion forums and email. Students don't have to be online at a certain time every day, but will be expected to log on and participate in the course regularly beginning the first week of the term. Students are responsible for maintaining their own computers and software required for each class. To locate online or hybrid classes in the web schedule, look for the Online/Hybrid icon
Log in to online courses through Moodle, Lane's learning management system.
- How to use Moodle - Log in as a guest if you're not already enrolled in a Moodle course.
To take online courses, you need:
- Access to a computer with reliable internet (high-speed internet access is recommended)
- A current email address on file in myLane
- Computer skills--comfortable using email and be able to operate a browser such as Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Software specific to your course or program may also be required.
- Good time management and written communication skills. You also need to be organized, self-motivated, and an independent learner.
- A test proctor, if your course has on-campus exams and you live outside of the local area.
Online courses have a $10 per credit fee up to a maximum of $50 per course.
Watch the video to find out what one student thinks about taking online courses.